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    Magpie of Steampunk Magazine tells us:

    "We are proud as all get out to announce that Rachel E. Pollock of la bricoleuse will have her piece “reflected light” reprinted in an upcoming SteamPunk Anthology, appearing alongside Michael Moorcock, Jay Lake, and Neal Stephenson, among others."

    steampunk anthology

    Jeff and Ann VanderMeer's anthology contents are as follows:

    “Preface,” Jeff and Ann VanderMeer
    “Introduction: The Nineteenth Century Roots of Steampunk,” Jess Nevins
    “Steampunk in Pop Culture,” Rick Klaw
    “Steampunk in the Comics,” Bill Baker
    “Benediction: Warlord of the Air” excerpt, Michael Moorcock
    “Lord Kelvin’s Machine,” James Blaylock
    “The Giving Mouth,” Ian MacLeod
    “A Sun in the Attic,” Mary Gentle
    “The God-Clown Is Near,” Jay Lake
    “The Steam Man of the Prairie and the Dark Rider Get Down,” Joe Lansdale
    “The Selene Gardening Society,” Molly Brown
    “Seventy-Two Letters,” Ted Chiang
    “The Martian Agent: An Interplanetary Romance,” Michael Chabon
    “Victoria,” Paul Di Filippo
    “Reflected Light,” Rachel E. Pollock
    “Minutes of the Last Meeting,” Stepan Chapman
    “Excerpt from the Third and Last Volume of the Tribes of the Pacific Coast,” Neal Stephenson

    Looks like there's a lot of good stuff in there. Anthology comes out in May of 2008--can't wait.
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      CommentAuthorFerburton
    • CommentTimeDec 5th 2007
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    Oh, nice. I'll definitely try and look into this. Add it along with the many other books I need to get, including Crooked Little Vein.

    I'd love to read all those stories. It looks like something that could probably hold me over for a while. Very nice.
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      CommentAuthorCarnadine
    • CommentTimeDec 5th 2007
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    Looks like a great collection. I'll have to try and get a copy when (if) it ever shows up in bookstores here.
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    I'll have to try and get a copy when (if) it ever shows up in bookstores here


    That's why god made the internets! :D
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    Including my friend Jess Nevins and my brother Paul Di Filippo, it seems. Excellent.
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      CommentAuthorpKone
    • CommentTimeDec 5th 2007
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    exoskeletoncabaret:
    "That's why god made the internets! :D"

    Right! Online buying is getting cheaper. Thats one I will want to add to my, very small but growing, collection!
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      CommentAuthorCarnadine
    • CommentTimeDec 5th 2007
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    That's why god made the internets! :D


    Yeah, but shipping all the way out to Israel costs the earth. But it might be worth it if none of the stores here end up carrying it.