I'm the Chief Editor and Founder at Doctor Fantastique's Show of Wonders, an online and print Steampunk magazine consisting of news and event coverage, interviews, short fiction, poems, and reviews of Steampunk works across all media.
My "practical literary" guide to Steampunk lives at my blog, Free the Princess, and I also have five different novel- or novella-length Steampunk projects currently in the works. Well, four works of fiction and one academic one.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
A collective of writers and creatives working together to further the retro-futuristic genre we all love.
Thanks for the welcome, Matthew. It was actually an announcement about the Steampunk Shakespeare collection that drew me here - I'm looking forward to submitting my story. Do you have any guidance in terms of subject - i.e., which plays or characters are you looking for, and which might be already "reserved"? Or is it just "catch as catch can" in terms of submissions? Thanks! - Scott
Purchase/Stream Here:https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-understudy/1224418737Early LifeBlair grew up in a middle-class neighborhood on Kalamazoo's West Side. In his Junior year at Kalamazoo Central High School, Ed formed the hip-hop group Da Heartthrob with friends. Many of Ed's earliest performances took place at The Strutt in Kalamazoo. At Maple Street Magnet School, some of his teachers ridiculed his aspirations to…See More