(Cross posted from Free the Princess)
If you've been following my writings here for awhile, you'll remember the Roots of Steampunk series that I put together in April of last year going through the development of…Continue
Added by Lia Keyes on February 19, 2011 at 10:30pm — No Comments
The March issue of True West Magazine has a strong Steampunk component. I am proud to say I contributed a 7-page article to this, reporting on the increasing interest not only in the Steampunk phenomenon…Continue
I thought this might be of interest to those of you writing steampunk mysteries, who need to know what forensics were possible in the past. RWA's Mystery/Suspense Chapter has announced its COFFIN College of Felony and Intrigue MURDER ONE online Workshop for the month of March 2011.
The deadline also approaches for RWA's prestigious…Continue
Added by Lia Keyes on February 8, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Last spring I was very interested in trying to outline what "steampunk" means, at least for my own writing. What I came up with was a division between a literary genre with certain recognizable elements and a social phenomenon with certain cultural and physical touchstones.
Check it out at:…Continue
This is a photo of an "automatic restaurant" in Stockholm in 1905. If anyone knows anything about this kind of restaurant I'd like to learn more. It seems they were quite popular one hundred years ago.
SWAG founder Lia Keyes contributed a guest post on Steamed! this week to promote the Guild. Skip on over and say hi if you have a moment!