Texas Week: Rick Klaw on Steampunk TV

Received trans­mis­sion: “Mecha, Get off your coil and post to the blog!” Very well…future impo­si­tions, how­ev­er, must be accom­pa­nied by gifts of new ribbons…the bet­ter kind.

Here, Aus­ti­nite Rick Klaw dis­cuss­es how he got into Steam­punk tele­vi­sion:

Rick Klaw on Steam­punk TV

Pro­fes­sion­al review­er, geek maven, and opti­mistic cur­mud­geon, Rick Klaw has sup­plied count­less reviews, essays, and fic­tion for a vari­ety of pub­li­ca­tions includ­ing The Austin Chron­i­cle, Mov­ing Pic­tures Mag­a­zine, San Anto­nio Cur­rent, Geek­Dad, Con­ver­sa­tions with Texas Writ­ers (Uni­ver­si­ty of Texas Press), The Green­wood Ency­clo­pe­dia of Sci­ence Fic­tion and Fan­ta­sy (Green­wood Press), King Kong Is Back! (Ben­Bel­la Books), Farscape For­ev­er (Ben­Bel­la Books), SF Site, Rev­o­lu­tionSF, Sci­ence Fic­tion Week­ly, and Nova Express, Steam­punk (Tachy­on Press), Elec­tric Veloci­pede and Cross Plains Uni­verse (Monkeybrain/FACT). Cur­rent­ly, Klaw pro­duces, along with Mark Lon­don Williams, the bi-week­ly graph­ic nov­el col­umn “Nexus Graph­i­ca” for SF Site.

A col­lec­tion of his works, Geek Con­fi­den­tial: Echoes from the 21st Cen­tu­ry (Mon­key­brain), received praise from such diverse sources as The Austin Chron­i­cle, Texas Month­ly Online, The Austin Amer­i­can States­man, Michael Moor­cock, and Joe R. Lans­dale.

In a pre­vi­ous life, Klaw was the man­ag­ing edi­tor of Mojo Press and the found­ing fic­tion edi­tor for Rev­o­lu­tionSF. He cur­rent­ly serves as a con­tribut­ing edi­tor for Rev­o­lu­tionSF.

He can often be found pon­tif­i­cat­ing on Twit­ter and over at the Dark Forces Book Group, and at his blog The Geek Cur­mud­geon which won the Top Sci-Fi Book blog in 2010.

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