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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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Be Our Valentine Giveaway Winners

Well, that was a lot of fun, and I’m hap­py to announce we have three win­ners! Anna, Jesse Car­dens, and Natal­ie Zaman. They will be receiv­ing a spe­cial valen­tine as well as a signed copy of THE STEAMPUNK BIBLE.  Thanks… Con­tin­ue read­ingMore

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Steampunk Revolution: Call for Submissions

Steam­punk Rev­o­lu­tion, edit­ed by Ann Van­der­Meer (co-edi­­tor of both Steam­punk and Steam­punk II: Steam­punk Reloaded) to be pub­lished in the Fall 2012 by Tachy­on Pub­li­ca­tions, announces an open read­ing peri­od. Steam­punk Rev­o­lu­tion fea­tures a rene­gade col­lec­tive of writ­ers and artists — includ­ing steam­punk… Con­tin­ue read­ingMore

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Happy Holidays!

Well bless my gears, it looks like THE STEAMPUNK BIBLE has made the cut of sev­er­al cov­et­ed Year’s Best Lists and Gift Guides: Barnes and Noble, MTV’s Infer­nal Device edi­tion, Wyrd­con, The Steam­punk Chron­i­cle, and Blas­tr.  Oh, my, I hope… Con­tin­ue read­ingMore

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Presence in Atlanta: The Artifice Club’s 2nd Annual Mechanical Masquerade

Just when you thought the tour­ing was over, comes the Arti­fice Club’s 2nd Annu­al Mechan­i­cal Mas­quer­ade in Atlanta, GA!  The intrigues begin at 5 pm on Novem­ber 12.  S. J. will be there don­ning a veil and mask to dance,… Con­tin­ue read­ingMore

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