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  • Steampunk! News

    • Steampunk! in Russia

      April 28th, 2017

      Popping back here for a moment as we’ve just been told that AST has just bought Russian rights to Steampunk! […]

    • Monstrous Affections giveaway

      August 8th, 2014

      We have 2 copies of Monstrous Affections to give away here!

    • Monstrous Affections!

      July 21st, 2014

      New book, ToC, starred review, events! This September Candlewick will be publishing our second YA anthology, yay! This one, disappointingly, […]

    • Mechanical tiger

      May 20th, 2013

      There’s a ton of fascinating steampunkĀ things out there in the world, but this mechanical tiger really takes the biscuit. It […]

    • AWP in Boston

      March 6th, 2013

      The paperback is flying off the shelves, yay! Hey, Kelly and I will be in Boston this week for the […]

Third Star!

August 24th, 2011

We just heard the amazing news that Steampunk! just received its third starred review! Wow! This one is from School Library Journal. It’s so great that these early readers and reviewers are enjoying the book so much:

“Most readers have become familiar with the essential steampunk elements: clockwork automatons, brass goggles, mad scientists, brave adventurers, and Victorian imagery. However, this collection of short stories by some of the best YA authors today, including Libba Bray, Garth Nix, and Cory Doctorow, offers something different and takes the steampunk ethos to a new level. Within these pages, thereā€™s a little something for everyone. . . . There is not a weak story in the bunch. This exceptional anthology does great service to the steampunk subgenre and will do much to further its audience.”

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