eSteampunk March 2013Vol. 01 No. 05
Gravship Turbinia A. Stuart Williams
The Magnificent Legs of Asif Hamza Yakoub Islam
London Raymond J. Witte
Processes Unnatural S. L. Windsor
Black Dragon Blues Brent Nichols
Episode Four - Tsar Alexander’s Revenge
Orphans of the Mark Fenger
Episode Four - Dog of War
Eureka! A Steampunk Art Exhibition Jim Smith
eSteampunk February 2013Our this February issue is packed with some wonderful short stories: "The Clockwork Man: a Boston Metaphysical Society Story" by M. Holly-Rosing, "The Great Circus Robbery" by David Grigg, "How Fitting" by emerging writer Christine Ries, and the third episodes of both Black Dragon Blues by Brent Nichols and Orphans of a Celestial Sea by Mark Fenger.
We have another poem by Rigel Ordinario with artwork by MANDEM, a review of Neal F. Litherland’s The Unusual Transformation of Abraham Carver, a review of Phantom Hearts Part 1: Bound, and words from cover artist Jonathan Hunt.
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eSteampunk January 2013In our first issue of 2013, we have artwork by Mandem, a review of the upcoming web series Progress, a review of The Wizard of OZ: a Steampunk Adventure, and five wonderful short stories:
"Justice like Clockwork" by Andrew Knighton
"An Empire's Conception" by Jeffery A. Ballard
"The Important Blueprints" by J. Woolston Carr
The second episode of "Black Dragon Blues" by Brent Nichols
And the second episode of "Orphans of the Celestial Sea" by Mark Fenger
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eSteampunk December 2012eSteampunk's second issue brings you steampunk tales of the dead and undead in Matt Bett's "The Safest Passage" and D.L. Mackenzie's "The Smiljan Breach." You can also meet Sherlock Holmes' daughter in George S. Walker's "The Case of the Night-walking Automaton" and enjoy eSteampunk's first ever serial, "Black Dragon Blues." This and more in eSteampunk's second issue. Cover image by Jonathan Hunt (http://huntillustration.carbonmade.com/)
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eSteampunk October 2012Vol. 01 No. 01
Welcome to the world of steampunk, where technology and magic meet, and where the glamor of the Victorian era is once again in style. In the honored tradition of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea, and The Time Machine, steampunk has risen to new heights and great popularity.
Join us on the maiden voyage of the Airship eSteampunk on an adventure that takes to the skies in stories and non-fiction work that brings to life the wonders of the steampunk genre.
• The Collector: A Steampunk Fable by Meg Kingston
• The Airships of 1776 by David Wright
• Preacher’s Story by Jim Herbert
• Dead Mule Crossing by O.M. Grey
• Drinking Down Death by Jeff Young
• The Clicking Eye by CharlLandsberg
• The Heart and Soul of Steampunk:A Beginner’s Crash Course by Neal F. Litherland
• Tales of Airship Neverland
• Reviewing an Airship Nominee by Mandy Alyss Brown
• Origins by Jarosław Jaśnikowski ( http://jjart.pl/) ***Mr. Jaśnikowski's surname is misspelled in the issue but is spelled correctly here. Our sincerest apologies.***
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