New Singapore Steampunk Anthology!

We've been covering various steampunk anthologies from around the world, and the most recent one comes from Singapore: The Steampowered Globe: Asian Science Fiction and Fantasy contains 7 original stories by Singaporean writers. it is edited by Maisarah Abu Samah and Rosemary Lin.  io9 reviews: The Happy Smiley Writers Group is a group of seven writers... Continue Reading →

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The Encyclopaedia of Feminism According to Harry Potter

Ekaterina Sedia recently translated this delightful, non-existent table of contents for an Encyclopaedia of Feminism According to Harry Potter, compiled by Russian fans. We thought it was too good not to share! Encyclopaedia of Feminism According to Harry Potter The Practice of Female Separatism in Daily Life of Luna Lovegood Hermione Granger on Liberal Feminism Female... Continue Reading →

Tuesday Fiction: “Fear and Loathing in Deptford” by K.A. Laity

Today's Tuesday Fiction is by K.A. Laity from the USA.  K. A. Laity is the award-winning author of Pelzmantel and Other Medieval Tales of Magic and the forthcoming Owl Stretching (both from Immanion Press) as well as Unikirja, a collection of short stories and a play based on Finnish myths and legend, for which she won... Continue Reading →

Moebius graphic novel published in English

Via [BoingBoing]: In 1981, comics writer Alejandro Jodorowsky teamed up with French comic artist legend Moebius and created a new French comic serial called The Incal, (allegedly salvaging a bunch of material Jodorowsky created for an aborted film adaptation of Dune). The Incal's story is barely comprehensible, a mystical, satirical space-opera that anticipates many of cyberpunk's tropes. But... Continue Reading →

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