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Author Topic: A (Relatively Comprehensive) List of Steampunk Anthologies; help requested  (Read 11237 times)
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« Reply #50 on: November 06, 2014, 05:02:20 am »

I really need to put all this in a database - but just in case, do you have the following?
Mohammad Bahareth - Sherlock Holmes in 2012: Timeless Duel
Mohammad Bahareth - Sherlock Holmes in 2012: Lord of Darkness Rising

Just found these listed - haven't read them, but the sound SP...
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« Reply #51 on: November 06, 2014, 11:06:25 am »

I guess you only want english-language anthologies, right? I'll try not to forget to give the data for this when it's out in a couple of months then.
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« Reply #52 on: February 02, 2015, 06:51:57 am »

I really need to put all this in a database - but just in case, do you have the following?
Mohammad Bahareth - Sherlock Holmes in 2012: Timeless Duel
Mohammad Bahareth - Sherlock Holmes in 2012: Lord of Darkness Rising

Just found these listed - haven't read them, but the sound SP...

Well, the first book does have George Pal's version of the time machine on the cover, so...

Once I make sense out of the mess (the information on Amazon about this series does not inspire confidence, and there's conflicting information on one of the titles), I'll add it to the Novels list.

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« Reply #53 on: February 02, 2015, 07:06:32 am »

I guess you only want english-language anthologies, right? I'll try not to forget to give the data for this when it's out in a couple of months then.


Well, it just makes it easier on me, personally (it took me eight semesters to earn four semesters worth of Spanish credit; yeah, soy estúpido), plus my spell checker implodes on me every time I add any Steampunk title, so...yeah.

That being said, I'm interested in any titles in any language, because (a) I want these lists to be as inclusive as possible, and (b) a great many of these get translated into multiple languages eventually, anyway. As a matter of fact, if memory serves (and that's a huge caveat) I've got one or two titles on one of these lists (French? Japanese?) that I've got no clue on what's being said and/or I've noted there's not an English-language version yet.

So, bring 'em on!

I did follow your link, and the book cover says "translated by", so is it out, or merely pending?
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« Reply #54 on: March 11, 2015, 11:57:23 am »

I guess you only want english-language anthologies, right? I'll try not to forget to give the data for this when it's out in a couple of months then.

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I did follow your link, and the book cover says "translated by", so is it out, or merely pending?

I am sorry, I went off-forum for some months  Embarrassed.
It is out now. You can follow the quoted link to find shop links. It says "translated by" because the original stories were written in Spanish, but it is an original anthology with no direct equivalent in Spanish. What I mean is the editors took a bunch of Spanish-language Steampunk stories they really liked from different sources, compiled them and translated them, so it is an English-language anthology... somehow?

There is a recurrent Spanish Steampunk anthology called "Ácronos" (link to page (recurrent because they are publishing one volume per year, third one is announced) which is quite good too. If you need help extracting the data give me a word.
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« Reply #55 on: July 02, 2015, 05:22:53 am »

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« Reply #56 on: July 21, 2015, 07:38:02 pm »

Sorry, folks, but I'm still working on my backlog.

In the meantime, however, in regards to the forthcoming (Relatively Comprehensive) list for non-fiction books, I can post them alphabetically by author, or by subject. Which would you prefer?

The current subjects are:
Art/Makers
Culture & Lifestyle
Entertainment
Fashion
History
Literature


Of course, if you PM me for a copy of the Word .doc, you can arrange it however you want with your copy. But, for the purposes of its initial posting here, which is your choice?

(Note:  I'll go by whichever option has the most support at the time I begin posting the list to the forum.)

On a related note, do you think I should include the manuals and supplemental materials (in printed form only, and yes, there are quite a few) for RPGs? They would go under the entertainment category if they're included. Thoughts?

As always, thanks for your support on these threads.
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« Reply #57 on: September 14, 2015, 07:37:48 pm »

Don't know if it's been listed, but

Julie Anne Taddeo - Steaming into a Victorian Future (Anthology, so stories may have been found elsewhere)
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« Reply #58 on: September 14, 2015, 08:09:11 pm »

I think I have that one; I don't have that list up at the moment.

I'm pretty sure I've got this transition to .pdf thing going, so all the lists will be easier to read for you guys and theoretically easier for me to keep up with the updates.

There's just so much new stuff...
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