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At the very least, we can support each other, in all our different ways, in all our different lives, and continue to share our interests.
(Oh, and dieselpunk will probably be the next thing to capture mainstream attention. KS: I suppose the easy answer is that all of the ‘famous’ people were once ‘up and coming’ themselves.
– and collection is at its best where it takes those and mixes them up with Spanish settings and histories.
“Shot to the Gut” by Jesús Cañadas which retells an anarchist revolt in Andalusia, is a particularly good alt history telling of a bit of Spanish history that I wouldn’t have known, but now want to read about.
They often have the benefit of those who have walked the path before them; they have grown up on steampunk, so to speak, and are now giving it their own stamp and expression.For a genre that delights in its tropes (and oh, do I delight in a good automata,) it was a reminder that they can’t stand on their own without solid characters, conflicts, and, yeah, maybe traveling a bit away from London. Day of the Dragons: Girl in the Corner and Day of the Dragons: Ballroom Blitz are two novella-length stories in the Clockhaven Chronicles series produced by Penny Gaff but in a very different style to A Drop of the Venom by Andrew Mc Curdy that I reviewed earlier this year. Attendance to the cons seems to be holding steady with some slight increases, and the smaller events are attracting more mainstream attendees and interest.(Though maybe not too far – there were a few good stories that left the real world behind altogether and opted for building new steampunk worlds for their settings, but the strongest pieces in the anthology were without fail rooted at least a bit in history.) If you’re looking for many hundreds of pages of steampunk that mix the tropes we know and love with settings and histories you might not have encountered before, Best of Spanish Steampunk is definitely worth a look. CHAMBERS Publisher: Penny Gaff Publishing reviewed by Leanne Tough Another triumph for Penny Gaff Publishing, this time delivered by author P. They are the first two in a four-part serialisation. Non-USA participation is way up, with each country and culture bringing their own unique perspective and creativity to the fore.1920s and 30s fashion design, The Charleston, and art deco! Steampunk is the future of the past today, therefore it’s today, therefore Steampunk has no future only present. MF: You interview a lot of people, many of them famous, some of them up and coming. Everyone starts somewhere down the ladder, and even Cherie Priest remarked how some people called her an ‘overnight success’ despite nearly a decade of struggling and trying.Some people are common steampunk-household names, and they are great fun to chat with.
That said, SPM has been immensely important to a lot of us, and we would have it make such an end, the likes of which have never been seen before. We pretty much have a full compliment of awesome fiction, articles, interviews, and other interesting bits and pieces all ready to go.