The Steampunk Empire

The Crossroads of the Aether


Scribblers' Den

Welcome to Scribblers' Den, the online tavern where authors of the ~punk genres can meet to share concepts and philosophies of The Craft in the hope that these conversations will provide the fertile ground that will give rise to tomorrow's incredible ideas.  You needn't be a famous author, nor even a published one to be a member.  You need only be serious.  This group is not about exclusion nor limitations, in fact it has only one rule:  No personal attacks on a fellow member for expressing his or her own opinion.  Violation of that axiom will get you thrown out of here so fast it will leave you with whiplash, and this is the only warning that will be given.  So pull up a chair, order a round, and put your wares on the table.  This is the place where imaginations fly!

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Discussion Forum

Indie Author Interviews

Started by C William Perkins. Last reply by Karen J Carlisle 21 hours ago. 17 Replies

This is my vision: I'd like to create a place to Interview other Indie Authors. A place where the authors can show off a little and get some press and share their vision. And also a place where fans and readers can go to get to know an author to see…Continue


Started by Blimprider. Last reply by Blimprider on Thursday. 10 Replies

Looking for someone?  Here's where to reach them:          Aaron Martinez          Adam…Continue

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Technical: Best bit of writing advice you've learned in the last year.

Started by Mark Lingane. Last reply by Rob Mancebo Jun 10. 13 Replies

As this is a writer's group, I thought I'd start the first of a technical series, a sort of tips and tricks section that everyone can contribute to. Hopefully it can help with a new perspective when analyzing your own work.I'll kick it off with this…Continue

A Shared Steampunk World

Started by Philip Allan Brian Drew. Last reply by Philip Allan Brian Drew May 25. 7 Replies

Some time ago I think that somebody mentioned the idea of having a shared steampunk world, in which different people could base their stories. I have been thinking about it, and I think that it is an interesting idea. But what would that world be…Continue

Manga Images: From Cat: Title: Kiy:Jumoku no Musuko (Son of the Forest)

Started by Cat; Blacksmith Mstr.Adept.. Last reply by Rob Mancebo May 19. 3 Replies

Here they are--  Thanks again to everyone including Professor Argon BatsContinue

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Started by William J. Jackson May 19. 0 Replies

Here it is again, with more material, and better editing! Anybody sees a flaw, let me know. It helps.            The smell of victory broiled out of an abhorrent stench.         The machine lay dead. At the least it had become only a ruptured mass…Continue

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Comment by Bryce Raffle 32 minutes ago

Nicely done Emma. Your signing booth looks great. Agree with the others - tell us more!

Comment by Lady Naomi 50 minutes ago
Hope you like WWW! Thanks for checking it out!
Comment by William J. Jackson 1 hour ago

Three cheers for Emma! Mixed bag, eh? So, what was the worst part?

Comment by Steve Moore 1 hour ago

Bravo Emma I need my copy of the Machine signed one day !! Stevo

Comment by Lady Naomi 2 hours ago
Super news! Do you have any fans( in the making) yet? Tell us more!
Comment by Emma Jarvis 2 hours ago

Well I did my first author signing event and it was a mixed bag. Utterly exhausting, very eye-opening and overall a great experience. A shame how many times I had to attempt to explain what steampunk is though...

Comment by William J. Jackson 6 hours ago

What Went Wrong? Nothing! Downloaded an eBook! Thanks Lady!

Comment by Lady Naomi 16 hours ago

Legendary Stories: What Went Wrong? going Free with the following code HQ79T.

I have a steampunk story here and all the others are fabulous! Read and Review!

Comment by Lady Naomi 16 hours ago
Alice, the freebie still stands as far as I know! Give it a try. I will repost the code in a moment, just let me find it!
Comment by Kent Edward Whittington 17 hours ago

Thanks all.  I'm glad you like the hat.  Lady Naomi, to answer your question, it's a little bit of both.  I was inspired by what I saw online, but wanted to make one of my own design.  I am quite happy with the result.  :-)


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