steampunk

Book Review: The Guns Above by Robyn Bennis

Robyn Bennis’ The Guns Above starts off slowly, and perhaps carries more detail on the working of its steampunk ships than is absolutely necessary. However, once the battles have been joined, it is a rip-roaring read.

Noticias Literatura 21-9

Announcements about a steampunk and science fiction conventions, as well as an interview with Juan Manuel Sánchez Villoldo, author of Las Guerras del Código.

Review: Mechanical Tales

Each of these stories has a simple conflict that builds to a satisfying resolution, with just enough detail to make the reader believe…

Review: Blood Ties

I’m not a big fan of science fiction/western hybrids; for me, the tropes of the two genres just don’t mesh very well. A good recent example that proves the point is Cowboys and Aliens, which was a terrible movie. And, yes, I will admit that I was won over by Firefly because Joss Whedon is […]

Review: Airship Hunters

In post-Civil War America, military man Michael Valiantine is given the task of investigating sightings of strange, huge, impossible airships.

Review: The Weird Wild West

The Weird Wild West from eSpec Books brings new insight on what pioneer life could have been like as it takes readers across the fantastic frontiers of imagination.