Lia Keyes's Blog – January 2011 Archive (6)

Submission Guidelines: The Mammoth Book of Steampunk

New from Sean Wallace:

"I'm now taking original submissions for The Mammoth Book of Steampunk,

to be published by Robinson in the UK and Running Press in the US in…

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Added by Lia Keyes on January 31, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Want A Book Signing Venue?

Ray Hemphill is looking for Steampunk authors interested in doing a book signing in San Diego before Abney Park perform on February 12th, 2011. If you're interested, feel free to contact him on his SWAG page by private mail. Book signings done as a group can be a lot of fun!…

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Added by Lia Keyes on January 24, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Sir Ken Robinson: Collaboration in 21st Century

Added by Lia Keyes on January 19, 2011 at 1:30am — No Comments

We're Looking for Volunteers!

It goes without saying that running a Facebook Page, Twitter account, social network, Tumblr, Blog, and GoodReads forum is more than one person should try to do alone, so if any of you would like to get involved, here's a list of easy ways you can help:



  • Post links of interest to…
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Added by Lia Keyes on January 17, 2011 at 11:30pm — 4 Comments

SWAG Is Now On GOODREADS.COM!

The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild now has its own discussion group on GoodReads!

For those of you who aren't on GoodReads yet, you should really consider the tremendous benefits…

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Added by Lia Keyes on January 17, 2011 at 11:00pm — 1 Comment

New Online Class: STEAMED UP: THE ANATOMY OF WRITING STEAMPUNK

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OUTREACH INTERNATIONAL is pleased to announce our CAMPUS online workshop/class for the month of February

STEAMED UP: THE ANATOMY OF WRITING STEAMPUNK

INSTRUCTOR: Beth Daniels

DATES: February 1st – 28th, 2011

COST: $20 - Members, $25 - Non…

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Added by Lia Keyes on January 16, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments

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Kevin Steil posted a blog post
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Jan 6
Kevin Steil posted blog posts
Jan 5
Stewart J Breier posted a blog post

Swingjugend

Swingjugend on my mind, a WWII subculture that effects my contemporary music listening.  From Swingjugend, I can go to punk, disco, and metal.Looking forward to adding more steam to my collection.http://holocaustmusic.ort.org/politics-and-propaganda/third-reich/swing-kids-behind-barbed-wire/See More
Jan 3
Stewart J Breier posted a photo
Jan 3
Stewart J Breier replied to Maeve Alpin's discussion Steam-Gyptian-Punk by Maeve Alpin
"Brilliant!  Those 2 Egyptian SP books, made my reading list. Perhaps you would consider, "The Purple Rose of Cairo", Woody Allen, as steamworthy.  It has a magic of it's own, and is partially set in an Egyptian…"
Jan 3
Stewart J Breier posted a discussion

Swingjugend

I thought the Swingjugend of WWII would make a fine addition to Steampunk.The Swingjugend rejected the Nazi state, above all because of its ideology and uniformity, its militarism, the 'Führer principle' and the leveling Volksgemeinschaft (people’s community).  http://holocaustmusic.ort.org/politics-and-propaganda/third-reich/swing-kids-behind-barbed-wire/See More
Jan 3
Stewart J Breier replied to Sophie Playle's discussion Body Horror and the Fusion of Man & Machine
"I see postings not necessarily from the age of steam.  In that case, I recommend the sourcebooks for the RPGs Shadowrun and Cyberpunk.  They both involve cyber, though they are set in an SF more 80s-esque, and not steam, though it could be…"
Jan 3

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