GDPR is coming and Steampunk Journal is compliant

A recent change in the law about how websites store and use visitors’ identifiable and non-identifiable information comes into force on 25th May 2018. You may have noticed receiving a lot of emails from companies recently about getting permission to send you emails. That’s because the new law has strict consent rules that means a company has to ask your permission with what they want to do with your details. Even the data that doesn’t identify you as a person. Steampunk Journal has always maintained a strict ethos of never selling or sharing details of our readers with third parties … Continue reading GDPR is coming and Steampunk Journal is compliant

Phoebe’s Been Writing a Ton of Guest Posts for the Army of Brass Blog Tour. Check em Out!

If you haven’t seen me around the Journal much over the past few weeks, it’s because I’ve been hard at work doing guest posts all over the aetherweb to get the word out about Army of Brass. Here’s a little … Continue reading Phoebe’s Been Writing a Ton of Guest Posts for the Army of Brass Blog Tour. Check em Out!

Want to See Yourself Featured on Steampunk Journal? Become a Guest Writer!

Greetings Steam-friends! You’ve probably noticed a few new names around the Journal already this year. Sean Tice is contributing photography. Tony Green dropped by as a guest writer to share his vision for the place of Socialism in contemporary Steampunk. … Continue reading Want to See Yourself Featured on Steampunk Journal? Become a Guest Writer!

Phoebe Darqueling Stops by Radio RetroFuture to Talk about Politics in Fiction

Radio RetroFuture is a fabulous podcast hosted by anachropunk enthusiast, Bonsart Bokel. He invited me to join fellow bloggers and artists, Bess Goden and Stephanie Kato to talk about politics in Steampunk fiction. YouTube has told him that if he … Continue reading Phoebe Darqueling Stops by Radio RetroFuture to Talk about Politics in Fiction