“I say, Mr. Temperance, you would do well, sir, to be more aware of the world around you. The clamour of war threatens to engulf the globe. Moreover, I confess a trepidation in my soul stemming from other quarters in … Continue reading Find out More About “A World of InTemperance”
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!
Herbert George (H. G.) Wells (1866-1946) and his sci-fi classics of course predate the word “steampunk.” In fact, they even predate the term “science fiction.” In his own time, works like the Time Machine were called “scientific romances.” I don’t … Continue reading Happy Birthday H.G. Wells!
That’s right folks, I’ll be making my mark on Detroit’s second annual Motor City Steam Con held by the Capitol Steam Society. For this event, I’ll be there as an author rather than a lecturer. In addition to doing a … Continue reading Phoebe Darqueling on Panels at Motor City Steam Con July 14-16
The first book in Jarvis’ Steampunk series is our giveaway of the day on April 5 Phoebe Darqueling: How did you first find out about Steampunk? What do you like about it? E.C. Jarvis: Have you seen the awesome … Continue reading An Interview with Steampunk Author E. C. Jarvis
The Collaborative Writing Challenge is a fantastic program for new and experienced writers. Each project contains 30 chapters, and each chapter is attempted by at least three different writers who get to direct where the story goes next. Yours Truly … Continue reading Vote on your Favorite Cover for the CWC’s Steampunk Project – Now to April 2
The Drosselmeier Chronicles Uncle Drosselmeier was so much more than a human who tinkered with clockworks, and the Nutcracker was no mere cursed boy. The faeries in the so-called “Land of the Dolls” weren’t made of sugarplums, nor were the … Continue reading The Drosselmeier Chronicles – 2-Part Novella Collection by Wolfen Moondaughter