Postcards from Austin

Just down­loaded some images from an S. J. trans­mis­sion today. Last Sun­day, she and con­trib­u­tors Rick Klaw, Michael Moor­cock, Jess Nevins, and Liz Gorin­sky met with a packed house at the U.S. Arts Author­i­ty to cel­e­brate the book’s release in Austin, TX.  Austin Books and Comics were on hand, and the venue was orga­nized and set-up with the help of Rick Klaw, Brandy Whit­ten, and Peg­gy Hai­ley.  The contributor’s dis­cussed the his­to­ry of Steam­punk, its lit­er­ary roots in the works of the leg­endary Michael Moor­cock, its lit­er­a­ture today, as well as with­in tele­vi­sion.  To cel­e­brate, this week shall be Texas week, and we’ll have some fea­tures, pro­files, and inter­views of not only last Sunday’s guests, but as well as some of Texas’ finest steam­ers. Mean­while, enjoy the folio, and if images aren’t enough, check out this inter­est­ing tex­tu­al by Austin Chron­i­cle’s Marc Savlov, who found with­in The Steam­punk Bible a call to steam.

From left to right:  Liz Gorin­sky, S. J. Cham­bers, Jess Nevins (stand­ing), Michael Moor­cock, and Rick Klaw.

Sign­ing line was out the door…

Jess Nevins, Liz Gorin­sky, and S. J. Cham­bers sign­ing.

Peg­gy Hai­ley hold­ing down the Austin Books fort.

Fan Orrin Grey pos­ing with Rick Klaw, Michael Moor­cock, Jess Nevins, Liz Gorin­sky, and S. J. Cham­bers.

 

 

 

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