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Lantern City #1 Review- The Start to a Dark, Steampunk Ride

Review by Nolan P. Smith

Writers: Paul Jenkins and Matthew Daley

Art by Carlos Magno

Created by Trevor Crafts

(Victor Valley)—When Archaia Entertainment/ Boom! Studios announced Lantern City a few months ago, I was stoked. 364 more words


A book review: Etiquette & Espionage

As a writer, I can be very picky about my books and stories. But I read a little bit of everything. Nothing will win my heart more than a fully realized world with intelligent, relatable chatracters in a good story. 510 more words


Global Fantastika: An Interdisciplinary Conference, 4-5 July 2016, Lancaster University

Sadly, I was unable to attend this year’s Locating Fantastika Conference at Lancaster University in July (though Kaja is presenting there and I’m sure she’ll report back!). 95 more words

YA Fiction

Blonde, Brunette or Blazing Red: A Steampunk Perspective of Victorian-era Hair (Part One)

Give me a head with hair, long beautiful hair

Shining, gleaming, streaming, flaxen, waxen

Give me down to there, hair, shoulder length or longer…

Lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni and music by Galt MacDermot…

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Steampunk & Assorted Tom-Foolery! Spotlight on: A Halo Called Fred

There are those who would jump in before I even get rolling and say, ‘Shelby, Halo is NOT Steampunk.’ To those of you who would make the claim, I would like to say “Hogwash!”, “Don’t be a fascist,” and remind you in the gentlest way possible that I truly do not give a shit, and apparently, neither does the Steampunk World’s Fair, because I have had the pleasure of seeing them two years running (even if this year they were shoved into the equivalent of a broom closet, and the panel before them would not GTFO when their time was up.). 936 more words