Lia Keyes's Blog – February 2012 Archive (2)

El Investigador magazine's 11th edition is out!

The Spanish language steampunk magazine El Investigador released a retrofuturistic pirate-themed eleventh edition this month. 

There's a review of Mireille Calmel's Lady Pirate: Les valets du roi, a Victoriana role-playing game, and an article about ghost ships like The Flying Dutchmen.

Visually lush and packed with fascinating ideas and facts, you can download it for…

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Added by Lia Keyes on February 9, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Call for Submissions: Steampunk Revolution

Steampunk Revolution, edited by Ann VanderMeer (co-editor of both Steampunk and Steampunk II: Steampunk Reloaded) to be published in the Fall 2012 by Tachyon Publications, announces an open reading period.

Steampunk Revolution features a renegade collective of writers and artists—including steampunk legends as well as hot, new talents—who are rebooting the steam-driven past and powering it into the future with originality, wit, and…

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Added by Lia Keyes on February 1, 2012 at 9:00pm — 1 Comment

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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
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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…"
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