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SteamPunk Magazine #2SteamPunk Magazine #2 – A Journal of Misapplied Technology (2007)

 

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Contents

Narratives
Uhrwerk: The Incredible Steam Band by John Reppion
Mining Medusa by Donna Lynch
Unbound Muscle by The Catastrophone Orchestra
An Unfortunate Engagement (part two) by G.D. Falksen
Yena of Angeline (part two) by Margaret P. Killjoy

Interviews
I-Wei Huang – contraptor extraordinaire

Features
To Electrocute An Elephant – how Edison killed a century on Coney Island
Steam Gear – a fashionable approach to the lifestyle
The Lady Artisan’s Apron – how to sew this functional, fashionable piece
The Pennyfakething – how to build an ingenious bicycle
A Steampunk’s Guide to Body Hair – how to find the hairstyle that suits you best
O Coal, You Devil – the environmental impact of coal
A History of Misapplied Technology – exploring the history of the steampunk genre
Earth Sea & Sky – an excerpt from an antiquated book of natural science

 

SteamPunk Magazine #4SteamPunk Magazine #4 – Our Lives As Fantastic As Any Fiction (2008)

 

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Contents

Narratives
A Fabulous Junkyard. by David X. Wiggin
Doppler and the Madness Engine (Part One of Three). by John Reppion
The Duel. by Nicholas Cowley
Antonio’s Answer. by the Catastraphone Orchestra
An Unfortunate Engagement (Part Four). by G.D. Falksen

Interviews
Donna Lynch & Steve Archer. a pair of remarkable creators
Ann & Jeff VanderMeer. power couple of speculative fiction

Features
Letters.
For Freedom. being the remarkable life of one Isabelle Eberhardt
Build Yourself A Jacob’s Ladder. mad science for the sake of mad science
An Unexpected Hat. an introduction to DIY millinery
Green Fairies, Witch-Cradles, and Angel Tongues. victorian approaches to altered states
Paint it Brass. the intersection of goth and steam
Brass Monkeying. how to turn copper into brass

 

SteamPunk Magazine #5

SteamPunk Magazine #5 – Long Live SteamPunk! (2009)

 

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Contents

Narratives
Doppler and the Madness Engine (part two of three)  by John Reppion
Funny Thing About Horizons by Jimmy T. Hand

Interviews
The Chronabelle by Libby Bulloff
Voltaire by Margaret Killjoy

Features
Knights of the Road By Charles Eberhardt
Steampunk Ad-Libs  By Margaret Killjoy & Usul of the Blackfoot
On Progress, On Airships By Carolyn Dougherty
The User’s Guide To Steampunk By Bruce Sterling
On The “Validity” of SteampunkBy Heather Pund
Selected Timeline of Steampunk Events, Past & Future  By Margaret Killjoy
An Introduction to Casting By David Dowling
Emergency Welding Machine  By Zac Zunin
Reviews
Steampunk Funnies

SteamPunk Magazine #6

SteamPunk Magazine #6 – The Pre-industrial Revolution (2009)

 

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Contents

Narratives
Of Mice & Journeymen by Dylan Fox
The Catch-Valve Journal by Austin Dyches
Yena of Angeline in “Lizard Town Woes” by Margaret Killjoy
Doppler and the Madness Engine (part three of three) by John Reppion
The Useless Pistol by Leah Dearborn

Interviews
Ghostfire by Dylan Fox

Poetry
La Lotería de San Leonardo by Joshua GageFreedom
43 by A.M. Paulson

Features
The Luddites by Carolyn Dougherty
Steampunk Sculpture by Keith Newstead, Robin Martin, & Andy Clark
On Alchemy by Benjamin Bagenski & C. Allegra Hawskmoor
A Corset Manifesto by Katherine
CaseyChasing the Will O’ Wisp by Charles Eberhardt
Baritsu, Bartitsu, and the Ju-Jutsuffragettes by John Reppion
Waterloo by Richard Marsden
Blowin’ in the Wind by Professor Offlogic
The Angels of Insurgence by C. Allegra Hawskmoor