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Steampunk Work

I can finally say I am coming to the end of reworking the TOC for the Immersion Book of Steampunk. If I don’t get bogged down with serious energy-fail, this thing could see the light of day very soon.

New TOC:

Gareth Owens

James Targett

Jacques Barcia

Gord Sellar

G.D. Falksen

Anatoly Belilovsky

Toby Frost

Elizabeth Counihan

James Johnson

Tanith Lee

Chris Butler

Paul Di Filippo


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Filed under Carmelo Rafala, Chris Butler, Editing, Gareth Owens, Gord Sellar, Immersion Press, Paul Di Filippo, Science fiction, SF, Speculative fiction, Steampunk, Stories, Tanith Lee

Interview at SF Signal

The incredible Charles Tan conducts an interview with me over at the reknowned SF Signal website. We talk all things SF, including The Immersion Book of SF, fiction, Immersion Press, and, well, you go read the rest.

SF Signal is a great place for news and reviews of all things going on in the world of speculative fiction.  I am very stoked to be on the site, as it is one of the best places to go for SF, and there is something there for everyone. You could, literally, spend a whole day going through all the great information there.

So go on! Get going!

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Filed under Charles Tan, Editing, Gareth Owens, General, Immersion Press, Lavie Tidhar, publications, Science fiction, SF, SF Signal, Speculative fiction, Steampunk, Stories, The Immersion Book of SF, Writing