Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Back to work

We enjoyed meeting with folks at Mile Hi Con.   Had a very nice reading of steampunk stories for a late night event at the con.  Now it's back to work.  Changes are afoot with our magazine.  We'll be making some announcements soon.  

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Mile Hi Con

Our editor, J. A. Campbell and publisher David B. Riley will be at Mile Hi Con.  The con runs October 24-26th at Denver Hyatt Tech Center.  If you're in the area, stop by and say hello.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

FenCon September 26th through 28th

Why, dear readers, am I, J.A. Campbell a Colorado dweller, mentioning a Texas event? Well, it just so happens that yours truly will be in Texas for FenCon.

If any of you are in the area, I'd love to hear what you think of our humble publication. I'll have copies for sale as well if anyone is interested.


Sunday, August 31, 2014

Patricia Coleman - Meet the Contributors

"English Water" by Patricia Coleman is a great 300 word challenge story about the darker ways of fueling fog machines... 

P. R. Morris, aka Patricia Coleman, is a critically acclaimed author of historical, amateur sleuth, and steampunk short stories and novels.  She has received two Reviewer’s Choice Awards and has been a guest participant in national writers’ conferences, including Romance Writers’ of America and Left Coast Crime.  Once a world traveler, Pat landed in Colorado where she now teaches college English and writing, works with special needs teenagers, and volunteers at the local zoo.  You can contact her at her website, prmorris.com.

Friday, August 29, 2014

David Boop - Meet the Contributors

Author David Boop's story titled "The Almost Entirely Untrue Story of John Henry" is a great and touching retelling of John Henry's legend, a legend of strength and drive and unwillingness to give in. 

David Boop is a Denver-based speculative fiction author. In addition to his novels, short stories and children’s books, he’s also an award-winning essayist and screenwriter. His novel, the sci-fi/noir She Murdered Me with Science, debuted in 2008. Since then, David has had over thirty short stories published and two-short films produced. He specializes in weird westerns, but has been published in many genres including media tie-ins for Green Hornet and Honey West. 2013 saw the digital release of his first Steampunk children’s book, The Three Inventors Sneebury, with a print release due in 2014. David tours the country speaking on writing and publishing at schools, libraries and conventions.
He’s a single dad, returning college student, part-time temp worker and believer. He’s a member of the International Association of Media Tie-in Writer, the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and the Western Writers of America. His hobbies include film noir, anime, the Blues and Mayan History. You can find out more on his fanpage, www.facebook.com/dboop.updates or Twitter @david_boop.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Ebook now available

The ebook version of our new issue is now available on Kindle.

Friday, August 22, 2014

Ella Gray - Meet the Contributors

Ella Gray submitted one of our articles, an interview with Steampunk Author Beth Henderson.

Ella Gray is a part-time bookshop girl, a writer of speculative fiction, and an occasional blogger. Find her on the Savvy Authors website where she moderates classes and organizes promotions - https://ce.savvyauthors.com, on Facebook and Twitter.