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Topic Summary - Displaying 3 post(s).
Posted by: PM Posted on: 22. May 2008 at 10:38
I see they also mention The Willows- it's a newish magazine (been around for a year or so) that I've had a few stories published in.

There does seem to be more interest recently in steampunk, both in the literary and style forms. This past Monday CBC Radio One did a short feature on steampunk, and I got to chat with the host briefly about it. It was well timed for the holiday here, since in Canada we still celebrate Queen Victoria's birthday, a day suitable for steampunk if ever there was one!
Posted by: Captain Rackham Posted on: 22. May 2008 at 00:27
Aw, you beat me to it!  Smiley

I've definitely seen a large surge in interest in steampunk lately. I hope its exposure will bring only good. And more interest in Blaylock, of course!
Posted by: Silver Posted on: 21. May 2008 at 12:24
Cool article overall in the New York Times mentions Blaylock in passing along with some great sources for clothes, decor, music and such:

One Steampunk band they mention is one I particularly like: Abney Park.

Looks like Steampunk has now hit mainstream... Good timing for the publication of Blaylock's newest later this year, even though it's not to be a Steampunk novel.