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Preface by Jeff and Ann VanderMeer "Introduction: The Nineteenth-Century Roots of Steampunk" by Jess Nevins "Steampunk in Comics" by Bill Baker "The Giving Mouth" by Ian R. Macleod "Lord Kelvin's Machine" by James P. Blaylock "The God-Clown Is Near" by Jay Lake "The Steam Man of the Prairie and the Dark Rider Get Down" by Joe R. Lansdale "A Sun in the Attic" by Mary Gentle "The Martian Agent, a Planetary Romance" by Michael Chabon "Benediction: Warlord of the Air" excerpt by Michael Moorcock "The Selene Gardening Society" by Molly Brown "Excerpts From the Third and Last Volume of the Tribes of the Pacific Coast" by Neal Stephenson "Victoria" by Paul Di Filippo "Reflected Light" by Rachel E. Pollock "Steampunk in Pop Culture" by Rick Klaw "Minutes of the Last Meeting" by Stepan Chapman "Seventy-Two Letters" by Ted Chaing
Ann VanderMeer is the Hugo Award--winning editor of Weird Fiction Review. She was the fiction editor at Weird Tales and the publisher of Buzzcity Press, work for which received the British Fantasy, International Horror Guild, and Rhysling awards. An expert on Victoriana, she is the co-editor of the bestselling World Fantasy Award--nominated Steampunk series. Her other anthologies include the Best American Fantasy and Leviathan series, The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide to Eccentric & Discredited Diseases, The New Weird, and Last Drink, Bird Head. Jeff VanderMeer is the best-selling author of City of Saints and Madmen, the noir thriller Finch, and the quintessential guide to writers, Booklife. His award-winning novels have made the year's best lists at Publishers Weekly, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Wall Street Journal. His nonfiction and reviews have appeared in Washington Post Book World, the Huffington Post, and the New York Times Book Review.
"Jeff VanderMeer is one of the most remarkable practitioners of the literary fantastic in America today." -- Locus magazine"