Book Review: Nefertiti’s Heart (Artifact Hunter 1) by A. W. Exley

Ever since I did my research about Egyptomania I have been dying to get my hands on some Steampunk fiction that played with this topic. When I fired up my Christmas Kindle, I found lots of great Steampunk books out there to download, but they didn’t all hold my interest. Nefertiti’s Heart was the first […]

Book Review: The Curious Case of the Clockwork Man (Burton and Swinburne 2) by Mark Hodder

One of the very first Steampunk books I ever read was Mark Hodder’s The Strange Case of Spring Heeled Jack, and I enjoyed it so much I knew I was destined to read the rest of the series. The Curious Case of the Clockwork Man picks up a few months after the events of book 1. […]

North and South America–East of the Sun

At last we come to the part of the world with which most of you are probably most familiar. Or are you? The United States of America is a very young country; only a little over two hundred years old. It isn’t just politically young, it is culturally young. The vast majority of all US […]

Interview with Kerry Nietz–East of the Sun

Please welcome our author for this week–Kerry Nietz! Kerry is the author of A Star Curiously Singing and its sequels. The novel is about Earth, hundreds of years in the future, when much of the world is living under sharia law. It is a dualistic society, where the average human plies the streets in squalor […]

Amy Kuivalainen–East of the Sun

This week we are exploring Scandinavia with a delightful new author. Amy Kuivalainen is a Finnish Australian writer with an obsessive interest in the fairy tales and mythology of the Nordic countries and Russia, as well as magical wardrobes, doors, auroras and burial mounds that might offer her a way into another realm. Until her […]

Sarah Hans–East of the Sun

Welcome back to East of the Sun! This week we are exploring the Mediterranean sea, as well as Africa. As this is a very broad region, we’ve invited an author with a very broad scope. Please welcome Sarah Hans, editor of Steampunk World. Sarah is an author, editor, and educator. About a dozen of her […]

Mediterranea and Africa–East of the Sun

This week we’re visiting a very interesting part of the world. You know it as the home of olives and pasta, and maybe the beginnings of civilization. It’s the Mediterranean Sea, with all of it’s surrounding countries. Let me list off some of the important ones for you.

Interview with Simon Morden–East of the Sun

Welcome back to East of the Sun! This week we’re reading in Celtic Europe, and we’re talking to Simon Morden about the importance of cultural diversity, and things to keep in mind when writing about other cultures.

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