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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