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Card Game Review: ‘Stuff and Nonsense’


Players gather the pieces needed to convince the club of their tales of incredible adventures. Read More »

eBook Review: ‘Steam City Pirates’ by Jim Musgrave


A historical thriller hero ventures into the realm of steampunk. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dearly, Departed’ by Lia Habel

BC Dearly Departed Lia Habel hi-res book cover

A post-apocalyptic, dystopian, steampunk, zombie romantic fiction YA novel shouldn't work but somehow does. Read More »

Card Game Review: ‘Incredible Expeditions: Quest for Atlantis’


Great fun for lovers of the steampunk aesthetic, the game challenges players to be the first to reach fabled Atlantis. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Lazarus Machine’ (Tweed & Nightingale Adventures) by Paul Crilley


This steampunk adventure set in 1895 London delights with its clever plot and colorful characters as well as its unique invented technology. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Doctor and The Dinosaurs (A Weird West Tale)’ by Mike Resnick


Enter an alternate history where dinosaurs come alive and Doc Holliday and his friends must defeat them to save thousands of lives. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Red Sun Also Rises’ by Mark Hodder


An intriguing premise in a novel that falls apart under the weight of its complexity. Read More »

Book Review: ‘In Thunder Forged: Iron Kingdoms Chronicles (The Fall of Llael Book 1)’ by Ari Marmell


An interesting military steampunk novel based on the 'Warmachine' and 'Iron Kingdom' games. Read More »

Book Review: Once Upon a Clockwork Tale: a Short Story Collection


Steampunk seems to be charging into the world of speculative fiction. Read More »

Book Review: Steampunk Fashion – by Spurgeon Vaughn Ratcliffe


The photos show Steampunk creations, from dresses and corsets to jewelry and masks, in intricate detail. And it tells you where to buy them. Read More »