Interview with Eva Gordon – steampunk author

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Hand of Miriam by Eva Gordon

In the past Eva Gordon has been better known for her fantasy novels, but recently her love of the Victorian era has combined and encouraged her to write steampunk. Now with her novel “Hand of Miriam” available on Amazon, Eva has spoken to me about writing steampunk novels, mummies and travelling the world on her steampunk airship. Continue reading “Interview with Eva Gordon – steampunk author”

Author Spotlight: Warren Ellis

by Warren Ellis
Captain Swing and the Electrical Pirates of Cindery Island

Though he’s probably best known for his work on superhero stories such as Astonishing X-men, writer Warren Ellis has dipped his comic-scripting toe in a wide range of genres, from history to crime to science fiction. So it’s hardly surprising to find that he’s written some steampunk, and that it’s really rather good. Continue reading “Author Spotlight: Warren Ellis”