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Table of Contents: STEAMPUNK WORLD Edited by Sarah Hans

Here is the table of contents for the upcoming Steampunk World, a multicultural steampunk fiction anthology, which features cover art by James Ng:

Here’s the project description as it appeared on Kickstarter:

Steampunk is fascinating. There’s something compelling about the shine of clicking brass clockwork and hiss of steam-driven automatons. But until recently, there was something missing.

It was easy to find excellent stories of American and British citizens… but we rarely got to see steampunk from the point of view of the rest of the world.

Steampunk World is a showcase for nineteen authors to flip the levers and start the pistons and invite you to experience the entirety of steampunk.

And here’s the table of contents…

  • Introduction: Going Global, or Re-Engineering Steampunk Fiction by Diana Pho
  1. “Shedding Skin; Or, How the World Came to Be” by Jay Lake
  2. “Hidden Strength” by Jaymee Goh
  3. “Promised” by Nisi Shawl
  4. “The Firebird” by Emily Cataneo
  5. “The Little Begum” by Indrapramit Das
  6. “Forty Pieces” by Lucien Soulban
  7. “Hatavat Chalom” by Lillian Cohen-Moore
  8. “The Leviathan of Trincomalee” by Lucy A. Snyder
  9. “The Hand of Sa-Seti” by Balogun Ojetade
  10. “The Omai Gods” by Alex Bledsoe
  11. “The Governess and We” by Benjanun Sriduangkaew
  12. “Tangi A Te Ruru/The Cry of the Morepork” by Pip Ballantine
  13. “The Construct Also Dreams of Flight” by Rochita Loenen-Ruiz
  14. “Budo, or the Flying Orchid” by Tade Thompson
  15. “The Sehrazatin Diyoramasi Tour” by SJ Chambers
  16. “The Emperor Everlasting” by Nayad A. Monroe
  17. “Mary Sundown and the Clockmaker’s Children” by Malon Edwards
  18. “Good Hunting” by Ken Liu
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1 Comment on Table of Contents: STEAMPUNK WORLD Edited by Sarah Hans

  1. WANT.

    I thought I was getting burned out on steampunk a while ago. I think I was just getting burned out on British Victoriana.

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