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!
A few days ago, Eric Jon Larson, the brains behind TeslaCon, asked a heartfelt question of his followers. He wanted to know if his event felt important to people, where it fit in their lives. He received a huge out-pouring … Continue reading Inspirational Words from one of Steampunk’s Biggest Event Organizers, TeslaCon’s Eric Jon Larson
State of a Genre This year’s International Steampunk Symposium had some fabulous literary guests. They came together for a little chat about the defining factors of Steampunk as a genre. Much to our astonishment, K.W. Jeter talked about a time … Continue reading Steampunk Authors Weighed in on Steampunk as a Genre at ISS 2017
Splatterpunk is a literary sub-genre – or movement – that rebelled against the typical conformity of horror which is seen as mild by comparison. It was because of this tepid approach to horror that authors took descriptions of violence further and include scene of extreme violence, gore, mutilation and death. Continue reading “Splatterpunk”
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?”