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“However, a core difference is that steampunk is “an argument with the science fiction of previous generations” p.8, “The 19th-Century Roots of Steampunk.””
“So when it came time to make a steampunk mouse to go with his Steampunk keyboard and monitor, he went a little crazy with the design.”
“The term Steampunk is applied almost too often these days, with some sub-genres even branching out from it like from a twisted, tangled tree - dieselpunk, greenpunk, stitchpunk, you name it (see definitions of various "punk" literary varieties here).”
“Steampunk is a subgenre of science fiction focusing on an alternate version of the Victorian era.”
“PROS: Steampunk is used not just for flavor, but also as a vehicle to give the story more meaning; lush prose; attractive, retro-futuristic world building.”
“Steampunk is interesting because it recreate currently technology by designing new fashion styles.”
“Steampunk is popular simply because brass ray-guns, airships, Analytical Engines, and bitchin 'stovepipe toppers with built-in daguerrotype cameras are just flat-out cool.”
“What experience do you have in Steampunk in general (costumes, cons, etc)”
“This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 5th, 2010 at 10: 22 pm in Steampunk, writing life.”
“According to wikipedia, Steampunk is a subgenre of fantasy and speculative fiction which denotes works set in an era or world where steam power is still widely used-usually the 19th century.”
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