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The SEA is Ours – Interview with Jaymee Goh and Joyce Chng

| 8. Oktober 2015

Following up on the review of The SEA is Ours (see below), I got in touch with the curators of the anthology, Jaymee Goh and Joyce Chng, and asked them if they would be willing to give me an interview. They were happy to and I am delighted to present the interview here, now. And […]

Pre-Release Book Feature: A Vanishing Glow by Alexis Radcliff

| 28. September 2015

Today’s book feature is a bit different from the others, because this time I asked the author, if she would like to be featured on my blog. I contacted Alexis Radcliff after reading a short description of her upcoming novel A Vanishing Glow on her personal website. A Vanishing Glow will be released on October […]

Review: The SEA is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia

| 20. September 2015

This is the aforementioned Steampunk from Asia Part II. As you may have noticed by the amount of book features I post, I get a lot of review requests recently, most of which I have to turn down because of time constraints. I do literature reviews on request only in exceptional circumstances. Enter The SEA […]

Book Feature: Guns and Guano by Andrew Knighton

| 17. August 2015

And so we continue to work on the æthermails that accumulated during my absence with another piece of literature, this time on the light-hearted side of things: Guns and Guano by Andrew Knighton Dirk Dynamo is enjoying a life of learning with the gentlemen adventurers of the Epiphany Club. Joining an expedition to find the […]

Book Feature and Guest Post – Iron and Blood by Gail Z Martin

| 22. Juni 2015

Today is one of the rare occasions when I welcome an actual guest-author for a blog post on The Traveler’s Steampunk Blog. It is Gail Z Martin, best-selling author of The Chronicles Of The Necromancer, the Fallen Kings Cycle and the Ascendant Kingdoms Saga. Here is a short introduction to Iron and Blood: New Pittsburgh, […]

Feature and Self-Plug: Bird Song, a lovecraftian short-story

| 30. April 2015

It had been a while since I penned anything about the Cthulhu Mythos that was not directly related to this blog, this had to change. In order to make that change, I sat down the last few weeks and penned a short story about an idea I had a while ago. The idea involved parallel […]

Review: Jews vs Aliens (Anthology)

| 3. April 2015

One thing first: Jews vs Aliens is not Steampunk, two of the stories in there fall, from what I can tell, into the Pulp Era and could be considered Dieselpunk but I primarily read the anthology for two reasons: The title alone… The anthology was curated and edited by my friend and favourite author Lavie […]

The Diamond Conspiracy Trailer

| 24. März 2015

And here it is, the trailer for Pip Ballantine’s and Tee Morris’ upcoming novel The Diamond Conspiracy, featuring (in order of appearance): Matt Ord PJ Schnyder Bill Blume Judging from the trailer, I had a theory concerning the plot, which one of the authors has since debunked, too bad. All shall be revealed soon, though.

Book Feature: The Vitruvian Heir by L.S. Kilroy

| 24. März 2015

Another new author, L.S. Kilroy, has sent me a message through my ætherbox asking for a review of her work, and since it is unlikely I will ever be able to catch up to my back-list of books on my kindle and bookshelf, I have decided to give this book and the author a full feature: […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #30 – Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris

| 15. März 2015

It is the 30th episode of the Non-Euclidean Æthercast, and what an episode it is! The renowned Steampunk and Fantasy authors Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris were kind enough to allow me to interview them concerning their upcoming fourth installment of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series, The Diamond Conspiracy.   Subscribe on iTunes And […]