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    • 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 steampunk 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 […]

    • Paperback is here!

      February 1st, 2013

      It’s publication day for Steampunk! An Anthology of Strange and Fascinating Stories. Fingers crossed the paperback will go out and […]

Tor.com says “look no further”

October 12th, 2011

Great story-by-story review here. The post is part of the B&N Bookseller’s Picks, which is exciting.

“Fourteen stories, and not a dud among them. Educators looking for a textbook to inspire class discussion around the question, “What is steampunk?” should look no further than this oft-iconoclastic collection. For those not so pedagogically inclined, it’s got my vote for the best collection of steampunk I’ve seen so far, not only as steampunk tales, but as damn fine short stories in their own right.”

Woot!

There’s also an appreciation of Steampunk, edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, so you can get all the punky steam you like!

“The VanderMeers’ first Steampunk anthology (2008), can already be considered a classic, for the quality mix of the stories and non-fiction articles.”

I know that indie bookstores (those closest to our hearts!) ordered a ton of copies of Steampunk! so I hope you will consider them first in your quest for the book.

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