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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 find millions of new readers. If you can’t find it in the shops, how about in a library?

Steampunk! was the (proud and amazed!) recipient of five starred reviews, was an Indies Choice and Locus Award finalist, and was featured on the LA Times Holiday Gift List. Two of the fourteen fabulous stories, Libba Bray’s “Last Ride of the Glory Girls” and Dylan Horrocks’s “Steam Girl”, were reprinted in Jonathan Strahan’s The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume Six, and Kelly Link’s “The Summer People” was reprinted in Rich Horton’s The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2012. “The Summer People” also received the Shirley Jackson Award!

Thank you again to all the wonderful contributors and to the amazing peeps at Candlewick Press who took our little book and launched it out there so well. Woohoo, here we go again!

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