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What's your favorite steampunk novel?

i'm not sure i have a favorite but i am currently enjoying Boneshaker by Cherie Priest.

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Curses of Steampunk nature

Hello all! I am doing some writing and searching for some good curses/swear words to use in a Steampunk world. Any suggestions?  cc

Started by Ceilidh Celine

11 6 hours ago
Reply by Nicci T.

What book is beside your bed right now?

What are you currently reading right now!? What book is in your bed, under your pillow, on the floor beside the bed, on the night stand, or…

Started by Elizabeth

612 22 hours ago
Reply by Pierre LeStrange

Empire Booksellers

  Good day, citizens of the Empire, and welcome to our bookshop.  This being the steampunk capitol of the world, you might expect that we h…

Started by Blimprider

66 on Saturday
Reply by Rulon James Downard

OPINIONS WANTED: Are Steampunk novels Science-Fiction or Fantasy?

Let me begin this forum with some background as to where this question is stemming from: I'm currently studying popular and genre fiction a…

Started by Ricki Palmisano

11 on Saturday
Reply by Rob Mancebo

What's your favorite steampunk novel?

i'm not sure i have a favorite but i am currently enjoying Boneshaker by Cherie Priest.

Started by General Skyfire

251 Apr 6
Reply by Magdalena Noah

A Gas-lamp Fantasy Serial: Roanoke

I am putting a serial on my website. It will be gas-lamp fantasy rather than pure steampunk. I hope to put a new chapter on every one or tw…

Started by Philip Allan Brian Drew

0 Feb 20

Share your favourite reading nook/spot/chair?

There have been many discussions of what we are reading.   Where and how do you read?I must confess I still lay upon my belly on the floor…

Started by SouthernGothic

31 Feb 7
Reply by Prof. Sebastian Fate

Poetry

Just a place to put down ones thoughts on poetry, posting self poems is very much welcomed also.

Started by Sgt. Alistair Kelly

32 Jan 25
Reply by Sir Ravenskraft

Was Dickens's Christmas Carol inspired by Lowell mill girls' writing?

Massachusetts scholars are suggesting that Dickens's Christmas Carol may have been inspired by articles and stories from the Lowell Offerin…

Started by Fiona Finnegan

2 Dec 12, 2015
Reply by Nicci T.

Edith Wharton story discovered

According to the Atlantic, an Edith Wharton short story has been found in the Yale University rare books library.*  The story is about the…

Started by Fiona Finnegan

2 Nov 23, 2015
Reply by Athene Radcliffe, Ph.D.

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