Wild West Steampunk by David Lee Summers

This week I was a guest at STEAMED! A blog about Writing Steampunk Fiction. I tell about my interest in Wild West Steampunk and give some tips for those who would also like to explore the Wild West in their writing. Drop by and share your thoughts. Maybe you can think of some other regions around the country or around the world that would make a great setting for Steampunk story!

STEAMED!

David Lee Summers is an author, editor, and astronomer living somewhere between the western and final frontiers.  He’s the author of the wild west steampunk adventure novel Owl Dance, which tells the story of Sheriff Ramon Morales, the healer Fatemeh Karimi, and their adventures with everything from clockwork wolves and electric kachinas to submariner pirates and Russian Airships.  He’s also the author of the Empires of Steam and Rust novella Revolution of Air and Rust, a story of Pancho Villa, espionage, American air power and parallel universes in 1915.  Learn more about Empires of Steam and Rust at http://steamandrust.blogspot.com and learn more about David at http://www.davidleesummers.com

Wild West Steampunk

by David Lee Summers

Wild-Wild-West-LiveWhen I was a kid, my mom loved to watch westerns on TV, especially on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon.  I found them boring.  I wanted to watch cartoons or Star Trek.  Then one…

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6 comments on “Wild West Steampunk by David Lee Summers

  1. […] Wild West Steampunk by David Lee Summers (davidleesummers.wordpress.com) […]

  2. nrlymrtl says:

    That was a fun guest post. Now I need to put the show Wild Wild West on my list of shows to catch up on.

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