Greetings dearest readers, and even-tempered Bookeaters,
Below lies a list of Independent (and sometimes not so much) works of Steampunk emerging from all-cultural rootage (msg me with any not yet on the list-- Please accept my advance apology for any snail's pace I may operate through):
-Neil Gaiman-A study in Emerald
-Dazjae Zoem- Wonderdark (Reviewer Edition)
-See the Steampunk group @ BlackScienceFictionSociety
for excerpts of Whiyaul, Milton Davis and more!
-Maurice Broaddus-Pimp my airship, Apex Books
-Milton Davis- The Sivad Chronicles (Forthcoming)Philip Reeve- Mortal Engines (1st of a quartet), Starcross and more.Richard Senate- Flight of Hercules
-Gail Carriger- Soulless
-A list of Steampunk comments containing indie author links I've yet to log separately.
Mercedes Lackey- The Wizard of London (Steampunk elements)Captain Zaphod- Twitter lit and links
-Malon Edwards- Bijoux and the coaldust faery
(within Purplemag's Black Fae Antho-- forthcoming
Update 2/2010: Check Malon's profile for a link to the digi-version.
- DYCTER group lit installment feat Inspector Okoye
(title forthcoming/Check Purple Mag 8 for the first installment)
-Philip Reeves- Mothstorm
(3rd in a trio? series-Not quite finished reading. A little slow at times but amazing;y entertaining as far as steampunk aesthetic and turn of phrase goes. It does feature a person of color in its cast)Fun and Games and Musical Ethers:Tom Slatter's 'Spinning the Compass'
[game]For the villians
[game]Aeronef and other steampunk games
[game]Spam for Tiffin
Unquestionably I've just barely gotten started with this record. Do bear with me, gracious friends. Send recommendations, if you will!
*cups hands about mouth* Did you click the orange-ish lines?! They work. Mostly. *dusts off dress, pulls the frock coat tighter to fend off the breeze, and returns to the Moorwing where... mushroom pastries and mulberry teacakes await* *Smiles pleased and heavy-lidded*