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Steam-Powered 2 Anthology

4 August, 2011

Some of you may recall that I reviewed the Steam-Powered Lesbian Steampunk Anthology last year.  This year, there will be a second volume which I will not be review as I am one of the authors!   This is my first non-gaming related fiction publication so I am very proud of it.

Steam Powered 2The table of content for Steam-Powered 2 is:

Introduction: Kevin Steil (of Airship Ambassador)

Journey’s End: Elizabeth Porter Birdsall
Amphitrite: S.L. Knapp
In the Heart of Yellow Mountain: Jaymee Goh
Playing Chess in New Persepolis: Sean Holland
A Thousand Mill Lofts Gray: Jeannelle Ferreira
Dark Horse: A.M. Tuomala
The Return of Cherie: Nisi Shawl
One Last Interruption before We Begin: Stephanie Lai
Selin That Has Grown in the Desert: Alex Dally MacFarlane
Granada’s Library: Rebecca Fraimow
The Canary of Candletown: C.S.E. Cooney
Fruit Jar Drinkin’, Cheatin’ Heart Blues: Patty Templeton
Deal: Nichole Kornher-Stace
Not the Moon but the Stars: Shveta Thakrar
The Terracotta Bride: Zen Cho

Article/Afterward: Winding Down the House: Taking the Steam out of Steampunk: Amal El-Mohtar

Update: We have a release date, October 26!  As soon as ordering information is available I will have that up as well.  Updated Update: Kindle Edition is for sale – SteamPowered II: More Lesbian Steampunk Stories

Update 2:  There is a mini-interview about my story up at the Steampunk News.

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Wandering the Web [10]

11 June, 2011

Today, we travel out on to web to share things that I found interesting and useful.

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Wandering the Web [9]

12 May, 2011

Time, after a considerable break, for another post detailing fun, curious and odd things I have discovered in my travels across the web.

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Wandering the Web [6]

28 October, 2010

A variety of interesting articles I have stumbled across in my recent explorations:

An amazing eleven or so minutes of film called “A Trip Down Market Street“, shot from a street car in San Francisco just weeks before the great earthquake tore the city apart.  A fascinating look at a different time.

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