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Introduce yourself!
I'm a British expat living in California, represented by Laura Rennert (Andrea Brown Literary Agency, Inc). I'm also the founder of The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
All the best links, resources, support and friendship made possible by networking with others.
How did you hear about us?
I created it! :)

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At 2:11pm on November 8, 2010, Paul Marlowe said…
Thanks, Lia! Glad you're enjoying "The Resident Member"!
At 8:25pm on November 9, 2010, Lucien von Wolfe said…
Thanks for the welcome! I will be happy to spread the word!
At 2:40am on November 10, 2010, D. L. Major said…
"Beyond that I'm fascinated by all things Steampunk, like someone who's just been diagnosed with a mental disorder and discovers all her oddities are finally understood, if not entirely justified." -- I can so relate to that! Looking forward to participating here.
At 9:39am on November 10, 2010, Emilie P. Bush said…
Thank you for your kind invitation. I am pleased to be here and look forward to what we can all do together. Just like snowflakes, it will be amazing to find out what we can do if we all stick together.
At 1:50pm on November 10, 2010, Michelle Black said…
Thanks, Lia. I am happy and excited to be here. Looking forward to a fun and creative year ahead.
At 4:31pm on November 10, 2010, Teagan Oliver said…
Thanks for the heads up on the site. I can't wait to hear all the great things that everyone has to share.
At 3:30pm on November 14, 2010, Teagan Oliver said…
Hi Lia, I can put the research links wherever you want them to go. Just let me know. So far I've discovered fairly extensive links for NYC history.
At 3:46pm on November 14, 2010, Teagan Oliver said…
I jumped before I got your last comment. How it works the way I posted it. If it doesn't then let me know and I'll change it. :)
At 6:33pm on November 14, 2010, Pam Harvey said…
Thanks, Lia. Looking forward to the community chat!
At 9:06pm on November 14, 2010, Christine Amarantus said…
Thanks! Happy to hear you liked it. :-)

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Karen Garvin replied to Lia Keyes's discussion LIST: Books Set in London in the group LONDON CALLING
"I'd start with Mark Hodder's books: The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack, The Curious Case of the Clockwork Man, Expedition to the Mountains of the Moon, and The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi. For classics look at H. G. Wells's The…"
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Lia Keyes replied to Lia Keyes's discussion Phillip Reeve Calls for Greater Scientific Plausibility in Steampunk Fiction!
"Hi, Leslie, Thank you for the invitation! I'm delighted that this post has engendered such thoughtful debate.  Unfortunately, I am racing to meet a writing deadline for my novel at present, and unable to take on any outside  work (or…"
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Leslie Orton replied to Lia Keyes's discussion Phillip Reeve Calls for Greater Scientific Plausibility in Steampunk Fiction!
"Lia, This is Leslie Orton, of the online Steampunk newspaper, The Aether Chronicle. I think your blog post hits on a key point of dissension in the Steampunk world. I was wondering if you would like to flesh out your blog post (above) with some of…"
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Jack Tyler replied to Lia Keyes's discussion Phillip Reeve Calls for Greater Scientific Plausibility in Steampunk Fiction!
"Half the self-appointed experts say that steampunk is a burgeoning new field that's about to take off, the other half say it never had any life, and will be buried next week.  I wish these folks would make up their minds so that I'll…"
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Norman Hugh Redington replied to Lia Keyes's discussion Phillip Reeve Calls for Greater Scientific Plausibility in Steampunk Fiction!
"Here is an example of a new technological development of obvious relevance to steampunk, a press release from MIT issued just today: Steam from the sun --- New sponge-like structure converts solar energy into steam. This would seem like a useful…"
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"You know me, I don't read them until after the fact, either, lol. From what little I know, it may fit into the cli-fi category, but I can't be certain of that. So many sub-genres out there, I'm sure I'm getting it wrong, lol."
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