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http://www.pennygaffpublications.com
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Introduce yourself!
I am an author of speculative fiction (primarily: Clockpunk, Steampunk, and Dieselpunk) and co-owner of Penny Gaff Publishing, LLC.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
I hope to find writing and artistic peers, not just for sharing of ideas and creativity, but to also help afford opportunities through my indie publishing house.
How did you hear about us?
Who in steampunk literature hasn't heard of you??

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At 1:34pm on October 8, 2012, Lia Keyes said…

Welcome, Stephen, and thanks for the laugh!

At 1:40pm on October 8, 2012, Ray Dean said…

Welcome to SWAG! 

At 9:37am on July 13, 2014, Leslie Orton said…

Congratulations! You have been randomly selected to receive the 13th edition of the online Steampunk newspaper, The Aether Chronicle! 

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An Excerpt Taken From The Clockhaven Chronicles - "Day of the Dragons"

Posted on October 24, 2012 at 1:22pm 0 Comments

- - An excerpt, taken from the fourth chapter of "The Girl in the Corner...", the 1st Episode in the "Day of the Dragons" serial, 2nd Edition of the Clockhaven Chronicles, by P.S. Chambers. (Copyright © 2012 by Penny Gaff Publishing, LLC)- -



     Alone, Stan settled lower in the cockpit seat, assuming his natural role of observer rather than participant. Few of this select assembly were familiar to him. Some he had met with the briefest of…

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An Excerpt Taken From The Clockhaven Chronicles - "Captive Sky, Truant Heart"

Posted on October 24, 2012 at 1:18pm 0 Comments

- - An excerpt, taken from the first chapter of "Captive Sky, Truant Heart", the 1st Edition of the Clockhaven Chronicles, by P.S. Chambers.  (Copyright © 2011 by Penny Gaff Publishing, LLC) - -



"The order was given. The tricolored pennant fell. A black flag with a grinning red skull took its place. 



  Within the confines of the forward casemate, the gun crew stood ready. A pot bellied gunner sighted down the long barrel of the Armstrong…

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