Where Steampunk Meets “Once Upon a Time…” The Queen of Clocks and Other Steampunk Tales is Available Now!

About The Queen of Clocks and Other Steampunk Tales

“Once upon a time” is a phrase that immediately conjures images of enchantment. Royal balls, magical creatures, love at first sight… We are taken to a fantasy world where anything is possible. The Queen of Clocks and Other Steampunk Tales brings together the magic of fairytale and the allure of cogs and gears. Within these pages, find dancing automatons, industrial age fairies, a mermaid with wind-up legs, heroes of the steam age, and more. Drawing from classic tales of the Brothers Grimm, Carlo Collodi, Charles Perrault, Hans Christian Andersen, and Homer, these original interpretations are sure to delight fans of steampunk and fairy tales alike.

This collection of 7 stories is available an e-book only so far, but the print version is coming soon to book stores in the Ann Arbor, MI area and Barnes & Noble stores. Here’s a little information about the authors featured in this anthology. Get your copy now for $4.99 on Amazon or Barnes and Noble ebook stores

About the Authors

Phoebe Darqueling, author of “The Marionette.” Editor of Steampunk Journal, and her gothic short story “The Vigil” appeared in the Chasing Magic anthology and she coordinated and contributed to the collaborative Steampunk fantasy novel, Army of Brass. (Read Ch. 1)

Bess Raechel Goden, author of “The Clockwork Nightingale” and illustrator behind the cover for the anthology. Previously, she’s published a coloring book entitled “Cats in Top Hats” and is a regular contributor to Steampunk Journal.

Victoria L. Szulc, author of ” Steaming Sleeping Beauty.” Her previous Steampunk works include The Society Series: Strax and the Widow, Revenge and Machinery, and A Long Reign (UK Storyteller 2017 competitor, #9 in Steampunk and #7 in Time Travel on Amazon). She is also a regular contributor to Steampunk Journal.

Thomas Gregory, author of the titular “Queen of Clocks.” Previously featured in Valves and Vixens Vol. 2 and host of the bizarre film podcast “Cinema Guano.”

Crysta K. Coburn, editor of the volume and author of “Treasure.” Previously featured in Valves and Vixens Vol. 1 and Vol 2, as well as Cosmic Encounters and GlassFire.

Queen of Clocks and Other Steampunk Tales also has first time publications by K. Gray (“The Little Wind-up Mermaid) and Aaron Isett (“Odyssey?”).

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