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Steampunk Magazine #9
|This long-awaited issue is our thickest yet, coming in at 118 pages of mad science, history, interviews, fashion, and fiction!Download:web | 8.5″ x 11″|
|Our first issue in a new format. 110 pages of content covering everything from girl gangs in 19th century NYC to the mathematics of lighter-than-air craft.Download:web | 8.5″ x 11″|
|With a good handful of politics, a smattering of non-UK-centric and non-Victorian steampunk, and instructions on how to create your own island from the deathless oceans, we hope that you think that ‘New and Future Worlds’ is as awesome as we do.Download:web | legal imposed|
|So much goodness! Our biggest issue yet, “The Pre-Industrial Revolution” contains the finale of Reppion’s “Doppler”, alchemy, luddites, Romantics, tramp printing, and all sorts of other goodness!Download:web
Steampunk Magazine #5
|The long-awaited fifth issue of steampunk magazine features our first ever color cover! Issue #5 also has an interview with Voltaire, how-to do DIY casting and welding, a guest essay by Bruce Sterling, fiction and more!Download:web | legal imposed|
Steampunk Magazine #4
|The fourth issue of SteamPunk Magazine features interviews with Alan Moore and the VanderMeers, fiction, how-to build a jacob’s ladder, how-to sew a hat, and of course much more.Download:web | 8.5″ x 11″
A4 | 11″ x 17″
Steampunk Magazine #3
|The third issue of SPM includes a primer of post-apocalyptic survival as well as a run-down of likely end-of-the-world scenarios. It also has fiction, and pieces on how to create spats, paper-mâché, and an aviator’s cap.Download:web | 8.5″ x 11″
A4 | 11″ x 17″
Steampunk Magazine #2
|SPM #2 includes an article on how to build a penny fakething bicycle. It also has an introduction to steampunk fashion and an article on the history of the steampunk genre.Download:web | 8.5″ x 11″
A4 | 11″ x 17″
Steampunk Magazine #1
|Our first issue includes an interview with Michael Moorcock as well as one with Abney Park. It has an introduction to all things steampunk, and covers the basics of electrolytic etching.Download:web | 8.5″ x 11″
11″ x 17″
A Steampunk’s Guide to the Apocalypse: Second Edition
|Our guide covers water filtration, personal defense, location, looting, and many of the other skills that any good steampunk might need in the case of catastrophe. This second edition contains minor corrections as well as new content covering Victorian apocalypses and community disaster response.Download:web | legal imposed|
A Guide to our Formats:
web – A standard, web-viewable format.
legal imposed – This document is suitable for printing on any home printer that can print legal sized paper. Print out double-sided (set to “short-edge binding”, if you can print two-sided), fold in half and then staple.
8.5″ x 11″ is the document we gave to our printer, and is suitable for readers with high-end printers that can automatically impose documents.
11″ x 17″ is for people who are printing at home. The pages are ordered so that if you print double-sided (short-edge binding), then fold in half and staple, you have a magazine. Most printers can automatically shrink this down to be a half-sized zine, as well.
A4 is like 8.5″ x 11″, but for the non-US world.
Many thanks to the people who have helped impose the zine!
Please contact collective [at] steampunkmagazine.com if you can help us in widening the variety of formats that we offer!