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Introduce yourself!
Ellie is the author of the Astrid Darby and Tess Mercury Steampunk adventures, as well as a columnist, editor, lady of leisure and amateur sleuth. When she isn’t writing books, short stories, essays and articles of questionable veracity, she is typically enjoying the attentions of Mr Prophet, a dashing international man of mystery and intrigue. Her favourite activities include larking about, rule-breaking, mischief-making and getting to the bottom of things. She often receives fascinating, comical and occasionally disturbing mail to her desk and publishes it at ellieprophet.wordpress.com for the public’s information, entertainment and frequent outrage.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
Action, adventure, romance, mad science, Victorian sensibilities and like-minded lovers of silliness.
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Wild West Steampunk Audiobook

Posted on February 21, 2016 at 12:32pm 0 Comments

Hey, guys! Looking for a new audiobook?

Bounty hunters, gunslingers, death rays, crooked Pinkertons, and irradiated spit. 



Check out the new Wild West steampunk adventure by Eleanor Prophet, narrated by Cynthia Hemminger. Now on Audible!…

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Chapter One of ASTRID DARBY & THE EYE OF RA by Eleanor Jane Prophet

Posted on July 17, 2013 at 5:21pm 0 Comments

Our expedition came upon a small village on the outskirts of Moscow. The cold was dreadful, and I feared for the health of our frailer fellows. I was reluctant to enter the village as it appeared to be uncivilized or, at the very least, unsophisticated, but the nearest city was kilometres away, and the cold had rendered our engine inoperable. The steam turned as quickly to ice as it hit the freezing air, and the wind made it impossible to maintain speed. We were forced to hire a sleigh…

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An Excerpt from TESS MERCURY & THE CROOKED PINK by Eleanor Prophet

Posted on July 17, 2013 at 5:05pm 0 Comments

We stayed off the main roads and stuck to the frontier land on our way to Fortune City, New Mexico. The Pinkerton didn’t seem to mind. He was a quiet, patient travel companion. Hazel on the other hand, was so hopped up she might have been a Mexican jumping bean. The hotter the weather became and the closer we drew to Fortune City, New Mexico, Hazel got wound tighter and tighter.

She was bouncing in her saddle upon her long-suffering steed Tesla the afternoon we drew towards the small,…

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At 7:13am on January 1, 2014, Leslie Orton said…

Congratulations, you have been selected at random to receive a copy of the third edition of The Aether Chronicle! Enjoy!

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