The Thrill Electric by John Reppion and Leah Moore

SteamPunk Magazine favorites John Reppion and Leah Moore have been hard at work on The Thrill Electric for some time now. This free ten-part enhanced comic is set in Victorian Manchester and demonstrates the extraordinary parallels between the Internet Age and the Telegraph Age. Beautifully realised, and scripted by Leah Moore and John Reppion, the […]

The Traveling Tyrant

It looks like SteamPunk Magazine contributor Richard Marsden (author of the article on Waterloo from SteamPunk Magazine #6) has released the second novel in his Traveling Tyrant series, Traveling Tyrant: Casual Fridays. Haven’t actually read this yet, but he’s certainly a competent writer and well-versed in the history of warfare. And more importantly, this book […]

SPM contributor Miriam Roček arrested at #OWS again

Word on the facebooks is that Miriam Roček, aka Steampunk Emma Goldman, was arrested in last night’s attempt to retake and hold Liberty Plaza (née Zuccotti Park). To my knowledge, this is her third arrest as part of Occupy Wall Street. This, from my point of view, is cosplay done right. I’m really damn proud […]

Biopunk Project Gropes With Slimy Tentacles For Submissions

Earlier this month, I received an email from Christine Danse, author of the steampunk novella, Island of Icarus. She had seen a blog post I’d made about a year ago regarding the subgenre of biopunk, and raised the question of why it has sat so quietly in the back corner of popular culture. From there, […]

A Very Steampunk Christmas

I’m not normally one to go spreading around the steampunk Christmas cheer (I don’t have a problem with it per se, but it’s not a holiday I celebrate and I’m old enough now to complain about the fact that the build-up starts in August), but today I’m going to be making an exception. That is […]

Steampunks Around the World, Unite: Multiculturalism in Steampunk

by Ay-leen the Peacemaker This article has been previously published on Free the Princess and in Doctor Fantastique’s Show of Wonders, and is reproduced here with the author’s permission Part 1 Multiculturalism: One compass, many directions When one thinks of the words “steampunk” and “multicultural,” there’s a moment of head-scratching. Since steampunk has existed as […]

Katie at Airship Ambassador, Pt 2!

Hello everyone! I’m enjoying my last few weeks of break before school starts, so there probably won’t be much regular posting for a bit, but here’s a bit of shameless self-promotion: The second half of my interview at Airship Ambassador, featuring a small hoard of links and my suggestions about what to call a group […]

Katie at Airship Ambassador!

This is a few days old, but I thought I should point out… The fabulous Kevin over at Airship Ambassador has put up the first part of an interview with me, in which I address such thorny questions as “How would you define steampunk?” and “Why does everyone call you ‘Spiffy,’ anyway?” It’s fun times, […]

Another Conspirator Weblog

Speaking of SteamPunk Magazine co-conspirators with band new(ish) blogs, SPM writer, editor, attempted magazine layer-outer and all around dogsbody Allegra Hawksmoor has recently set herself up over at Hawksmoor’s Bazaar. Here, she will be posting makers tutorials, articles and thoughts of interest to steampunks, reviews, ideas, and even the odd poem or two (with odd […]

Announcing DylanFox.Net

A while ago, Dylan — known to readers of SteamPunk Magazine as one of our writers and also as part of our editorial team — set up a new blog for himself over at DylanFox.net. Within this site are now posted thoughts, ramblings, talks about writing and other general madness and weirdness. We haven’t mentioned […]