Have a hankering for a Steampunk story but tired of so much screen time? I’ve got an audio recording of A.F. Stewart’s Secrets and Airships, which is one of the amazing tales in the Cogs, Crowns, and Carriages anthology. The … Continue reading Listen to “Secrets and Airships”, a Steampunk Short Story Written by A.F. Stewart
Queen of Clocks and Other Steampunk Tales Guest Review by Danielle Miller What would the fairy tales and legends of a steampunk world be? Danielle Miller investigates this collection of retold tales. What is Queen of Clocks and Other Steampunk Tales About? This collection of seven short stories was the brainchild of Crysta K. Coburn. She came up with the idea to compile steampunk versions of classic fairy tales and legends. Enough fellow authors took the bait, and this book is the result. The first of the tales is “The Clockwork Nightingale” by Bess Raechel Goden, a retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen story. “Sleeping Steaming … Continue reading Queen of Clocks and Other Steampunk Tales – Anthology Review by Guest Writer Danielle Miller
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 … Continue reading Where Steampunk Meets “Once Upon a Time…” The Queen of Clocks and Other Steampunk Tales is Available Now!
Greetings Steam-friends! This is a friendly reminder that in addition to guest posts on a wide variety of subjects, we also welcome press releases, event announcements, and other types of Steampunk news in our inbox. If you want to tell … Continue reading Have You Got an Event or Anthology Call Happening Soon? We Want to Feature it on the Journal!
This anthology paid homage to the very real obsession with all things Egyptian in the steam-era. I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review of Egyptian Steampunk crossover stories, but I would have happily paid the price to enjoy this wide range of stories. Because this is an anthology, I can’t give you a quick and decisive synopsis of the entire volume. Instead, I’d like to share a few highlights from the collection that stood out to me. (I received this book in exchange for an honest review) What Worked The Curious Case of the Werewolf that Wasn’t, the Mummy that Was and … Continue reading Clockwork Cairo Steampunk-Egypt Crossover Anthology Review
So here we are again, back for Part 2 of our Sherlock Holmes Sourcebook more story synopses. My challenge was to summarize all 56 stories in two sentences max, so here are the three remaining volumes. (Please note that these … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes Sourcebook Part 2 – Short Story Synopses
I recently posted an article about the rules of steampunk and how there’s more and more versions of what steampunk is. This can be quite confusing for the newcomer to steampunk and even more so if the information is biased or incorrect. Continue reading “What does steampunk mean to you?”