Tuesday, 29 November 2011

New Steampunk Anthology

I’m incredibly thrilled and delighted to announce a new Steampunk anthology I am currently editing and writing for, featuring sixteen brand new stories from some of the most exciting and critically acclaimed writers working in the genres of SF, Fantasy & Steampunk today, scheduled to be published on 1st June 2012 by UK publishers Snowbooks.

The anthology will feature writers such as Brian Herbert, co-writer of the Dune sequels and Fantasy & Horror legend Tanith Lee, contributing Steampunk stories that will reimagine some of our most beloved classic works of fiction; such as Sherlock Holmes, Carnacki, H. Rider Haggard, Jekyll & Hyde and White Fang.

What would these timeless, classic stories be like if they had been written in an alternate reality to ours; a reality where Ebenezer Scrooge is taken to an alternate Steampunk Christmas that never happened by the Ghost of Christmas Sideways, or Robin Hood fights in the Holy Land against the forces of darkness in the fourth steam-powered Crusades?

The full line-up is;

Resurrection Engines:
16 Extraordinary Tales of Scientifc Romance

01 - Philip Palmer
02 - Brian Herbert & Bruce Taylor
03 - Adam Roberts
04 - Tanith Lee & John Kaiine
05 - Lavie Tidhar
06 - Juliet E. McKenna
07 - George Mann
08 - Kim Laikin-Smith
09 - Roland Moore
10 - Scott Harrison
11 – Jim Mortimore
12 – Alison Littlewood
13 – Paul Magrs
14 – Simon Bucher-Jones
15 – Cavan Scott
16 - Rachel E. Pollock

Edited by Scott Harrison

More details of titles and cover designs will be added as we get nearer to publication date. Meanwhile, for more information on other books published by Snowbooks, you can visit there website by clicking the link – http://www.snowbooks.co.uk/

-- Coming Soon – future projects for 2012! --

Novel – A TV tie-in novel to be published in mid-to-late 2012.

The Madness From Beyond The Sea
– my short comic book story with artwork by Lee Grice will be appearing in the comic book anthology Into The Woods: A Fairytale Anthology, edited by Stacey Whittle, to be published some time at the beginning of next year.

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