From Our Friends in Brooklyn
Papercut Press invites authors and artists to share how they understand the world of steampunk for our upcoming science fiction and fantasy collection. Is there more to it than gears and gadgets? Is it purely industrial or can it be romantic as well? Is it magical or historical? We believe it can be any of these things, and want our collection to reflect the many faces of steampunk art and literature. Grab your quill pens and powdered ink, enchanted typewriters or Daguerreotype cameras and tell us what you think! Please send your art, stories, poems and essays of 6000 words or less to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submissions is August 10, 2012.