Author archives for Mecha Underwood

Guest Post: From the Editors of Planes B, a new Steampunk Anthology series

A year ago, two writers (Josué Ramos from Spain, and Negro Inmunsapá from Mexico) had the idea to create the first Steampunk anthology in Spanish, written by people from Spain and America. This concept then lead them to more ideas. … Continue readingMore

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Why Does Steampunk Still Matter?

It is a good single question with myriad and varied answers.  This year, Tor.com has devoted its annual Steampunk week to delving into what sounds like a koan but is in fact a certainty: Steampunk does still matter. If you… Continue readingMore

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World Fantasy Nominee for Special Award Professional

The Steampunk Bible has been nominated for a World Fantasy Award in the Special Award Professional category.  Jeff and S. J. are deeply honored and both have written about it at their respective blogs:  Ecstatic Days (Jeff) and Bas Bleu… Continue readingMore

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In Memoriam: Joshua Pfeiffer interviews Paul Roland, Part II (Giveaway Edition)

Today concludes our exclusive guest interview between Joshua Pfeiffer and Paul Roland. For those of you just joining us, you can catch the first part of the interview here. In our second installment, Joshua Pfeiffer questions Roland–who was one of the… Continue readingMore

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Steampunk Chronicle’s 2012 Reader’s Choice Awards

We are proud to have been voted best non-fiction by The Steampunk Chronicle‘s readers.  The awards ceremony was held Sunday night as part of The Artifice Club’s SteamFEST, and while unfortunately neither Jeff nor S.J. could be present, they were… Continue readingMore

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