Best of Spanish Steampunk

Months ago, I was sent a copy of Best of Spanish Steampunk, an anthology edited by Marian Womack. There’s really nothing more awesome than waking up to find twelve hundred pages of steampunk sitting in your inbox. It took me a long time to read, but that’s sort of the beauty of a broad-ranging anthology […]

Madeline Foxtrot’s “No Torque Zone”: An interview with The Airship Ambassador, Kevin Steil, Part 2

Now that we have a fresh pot of tea we are once again entering Madeline Foxtrot’s No Torque Zone is The Airship Ambassador, Kevin Steil. Kevin was nice enough to tell me a little bit about what he does and his completely incorrect view of Steampunk. You can see the first part of my interview […]

Madeline Foxtrot’s “No Torque Zone”: An interview with The Airship Ambassador, Kevin Steil

Welcome once again to my sporadically reoccurring segment on Steampunk magazine Online “Madeline Foxtrot’s No Torque Zone.”  As stated before I don’t deal with spin, only truth, and I refuse to let my interviewers have the force to move me on my convictions.  Sitting with me today in my palatial two bedroom apartment in Brooklyn […]

MS Fantasy Ball Overrun With Steampunk Goblins… Again.

Interview with Joy Halcott by Kevin Steil   Steampunk Magazine: Hi Joy, thanks for joining us! Joy Halcott: Hello!  I’m glad to be here.   SM: You’re involved in an upcoming steampunk themed Multiple Sclerosis event. Can you share a bit more about it? JH: Hosted by Team Wench, Inc., the Multiple Sclerosis Fantasy Ball […]

Frank Howard the Wonderful Tattooed Man

Art and culture blog Hyperallergenic has a great post about the 1880s book  Life of Frank Howard, the most wonderful tattooed man ever known in the civilzed [sic] world: a sketch of his life and the manner in which he became tattooed. The book was recently digitized by Harvard University, and is apparently a great read. Frank […]

Madeline Foxtrot’s “No Torque Zone”: An Interview with Glenn From League of STEAM

My name is Madeline Foxtrot, and I am an important person. If I were to write out all my accomplishments Steampunk Magazine Online would have to pay the internet for more space. I’ll admit I’m not sure how the internet works but I’m quite certain it works like that. While I’m not an internet expert […]

FICTION: On the Effects of Transmutational Science by Jeannie M. Leighton

Editor’s Note: Issue 10 is starting to come together! To keep you entertained until it’s ready, we’ll be featuring a couple of short stories here on the blog. Here’s the first; enjoy! *** ON THE EFFECTS OF TRANSMUTATIONAL SCIENCE Jeannie M. Leighton Truth be told, the life of a half-ghost is not as thrilling as […]

Call for Artists/Makers in Oklahoma

A Steampunk Art Market in Norman, OK is looking for vendors and performers, and we’ve been asked to pass the link along! So if you’re in the area, check out this page for more information. The deadline for submissions is August 24th, and artists, makers and performance artists are all welcome to submit.

Les Machines de L’lle

Know what’s really cool? Giant steampunk mechanical animals. But where to find them? France, apparently. We’ve posted  Les Machines de L’lle‘s giant elephant before, but here’s some of their other creatures!

Issue 9 is Now Available Online!

Our long-awaited 9th issue is now available for download! You can get it on the Combustion Books website or on our downloads page. This issue is our thickest yet, coming in at 118 pages of mad science, history, interviews, fashion, and fiction! This issue covers such subjects as: dieselpunk, anti-fascist fashion, DIY miniature airships, paper […]