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Clockwork Canada: Steampunk Fiction

Clockwork Canada Steampunk Fiction Welcome to an alternate Canada where steam technology and the wonders and horrors of the mechanical age have reshaped the past into something both wholly familiar yet compellingly different These fif

  • Title: Clockwork Canada: Steampunk Fiction
  • Author: Dominik Parisien Kate Heartfield Harold R. Thompson Terri Favro Kate Story Karin Lowachee Rati Mehrotra Rhea Rose
  • ISBN: 9781550965797
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • Welcome to an alternate Canada, where steam technology and the wonders and horrors of the mechanical age have reshaped the past into something both wholly familiar yet compellingly different These fifteen supercharged all new tales reimagine Canadian historical events, explore other Canadas, and gather inspiration from the northern landscape to make us wonder what if hisWelcome to an alternate Canada, where steam technology and the wonders and horrors of the mechanical age have reshaped the past into something both wholly familiar yet compellingly different These fifteen supercharged all new tales reimagine Canadian historical events, explore other Canadas, and gather inspiration from the northern landscape to make us wonder what if history had gone a different way Experience steam powered buffalo women roaming the plains visit brutal gas lit working class streets join extraordinary men and women striking out on their own or striving to build communities marvel as giant rampaging spirits are thwarted by miniscule timepieces, at a great clock that when it chimes the Seven O Clock Man appears to terrorize a small village in Quebec, or when a Maritime scientist develops a deadly new weapon that could change the course of the American civil war.

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    About Author

    1. Dominik Parisien Kate Heartfield Harold R. Thompson Terri Favro Kate Story Karin Lowachee Rati Mehrotra Rhea Rose says:
      Dominik Parisien is an editor, poet, and writer He is the co editor, along with Navah Wolfe, of several anthologies for Saga Press, including The Starlit Wood New Fairy Tales He is also the editor of the first anthology of Canadian steampunk, Clockwork Canada Exile Editions He was an editorial assistant for various anthologies, including The Time Traveler s Almanac Tor , Sisters of the Revolution PM Press , and The Bestiary Centipede Press Dominik s fiction, poetry, and essays have appeared in Uncanny Magazine, Strange Horizons, Shock Totem, and several anthologies, including Imaginarium 2013 The Best Canadian Speculative Writing, The Playground of Lost Toys, Those Who Make Us Canadian Creature, Myth, and Monsters, and other venues.

    Comment 999 on “Clockwork Canada: Steampunk Fiction

    1. writer... says:
      Canadian authored short stories featuring inclusion of a variety of nationalities along with creative and imaginative steampunk fiction Unique CanadianBookChallenge10 canadian located authored

    2. Mike Perschon says:
      I m going to update this review as I read through each story in Clockwork Canada, a so far outstanding steampunk anthology from Exile Editions Exile publishes themed anthologies with a Canadian focus I own their zombie and apocalyptic anthos as well, and will review that later this year I was sent Clockwork Canada for review, and I m so glad it was I really enjoyed Editor Dominik Parisien s introduction it s short, sweet, and doesn t make any grandiose claims for steampunk, as many steampunk ant [...]

    3. Caroline C says:
      I m greatly enjoying this collection of short stories which have Canadian and steampunk elements Very readable, and it s wonderful to be introduced to some interesting and new to me writers.

    4. Chris Patrick Carolan says:
      A fantastic collection of steampunk stories, each wildly different from the next I always enjoy finding a steampunk story set anywhere other than London, so to discover an anthology of tales set in various Canadian locations was a true breath of fresh air There are some absolute gems in here The Seven O Clock Man by Kate Heartfield, The Harpoonist by Brent Nichols, Crew 255 by Claire Humphrey, and East Wind in Carrall Street by Holly Schofield were among my favorites Absolutely recommended for a [...]

    5. Brian Gaston says:
      I really liked the first half of these short stories The second half of the stories were social commentary with the steampunk factor seeming to be only a second thought which is not what I expected in a collection like this.

    6. Derek Newman-Stille says:
      Steampunk has often struck me as a genre that has tended toward overly rosey views of the Edwardian and Victorian Eras The steampunk tales I have read have often uncritically represented colonialism as adventure, portrayed technology divorced from the horrible conditions of the factories, ignored massive wealth disparity and troubling social conditions It is a genre that is ripe with neo futurist possibilities to invite critical engagements with ideas of historicity and presentness, but often fo [...]

    7. Michelle says:
      Anthologies are always hit and miss, but this one has way hits than misses Great collection of stories

    8. Edwin Downward says:
      Honourable mention goes to Strange Things Done, Our Chymical Seance, and Komagata Maru





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