Steampunk Week at Tor.com

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Hi Tor.com readers,

Thanks for stopping by.
Here is the new blog from Arthur Morgan, all in english this time.

I will feature here my work and also stuff from the french retro-commnity.

Let’s start with the plan for the annual Tor.com steampunk week. Enjoy :

  • Kevin J. Anderson about working with the band Rush on their steampunk book Clockwork Angels
  • Award-winning producer Yomi Ayeni on transmedia storytelling in the non-colonialist world of Clockwork Watch
  • Julie Brannon, marketing wizard behind Steampunk Holmes, on creating a successful Kickstarter for your steampunk project
  • Professor Calamity of Combustion Books reveals Victorians’ Secrets (the steamiest post for the Week, hands down)
  • Executive producer Trevor Crafts and head writer Matt James Daley give the lowdown on Bruce Boxleitner’s Lantern City
  • Chaphop artist and tea connoisseur Professor Elemental delivers the funniest one-liner about steampunk, ever
  • Cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks draws a tribute to Fullmetal Alchemist
  • Dr. Lisa Hager, on why this genre-bender is also a genderbender
  • Margaret “Magpie” Killjoy of Steampunk Magazine throws a political one-two punch about how steampunks can help save the world
  • Vaporiste Arthur Morgan (yep, that’s me) introduces the Anglophone world to French steampunk
  • Tee Morris, author of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series, names the three things every steampunk filmmaker needs to know
  • James Ng’s artistic take on alchemy (and Chinese steampunk zombies)
  • Balogun Ojetade, author of Moses: The Chronicles of Harriet Tubman, writes about amazing black folks you didn’t know about (but should) from the 19th century
  • Cat Rambo gives us the scoop on Nisi Shawl’s highly anticipated book set in the Belgian Congo
  • Composer Paul Shapera on penning a thrilling steampunk musical
  • Editor Ann Vandermeer offers an exclusive excerpt from the upcoming Steampunk Revolution anthology
  • Diana Vick, con chair of SteamCon, dishes about Victorian monsters