Author Archives: RieSheridanRose
Guest Post: Captain Nemo—the First Undersea Pirate
Thank you, Rie, for the opportunity to steam into your blog. I’ll try to leave the place looking as shipshape as I found it. I know Rie and her fans love pirates, so allow me to brag about a new … Continue reading
Finishing with Avast, Ye Airships!
Today we finish our tour of Avast, Ye Airships! from Mocha Memoirs Press. “Adventures of a Would-Be Gentleman of the Skies” by Jim Reader tells the story of a young man smitten with the idea of air piracy…and the soiled … Continue reading
RieView: The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.
For more than two decades (and coming up on three now…) this picture has hung on my wall: It’s not a great sketch, but I did my best. 🙂 Heck, I even did one of my longest pieces of fanfic … Continue reading
Continuing with Avast, Ye Airships!
Continuing on with the walkthrough of Avast, Ye Airships! from Mocha Memoirs Press, we will look today at the next seven stories. Andrew Knighton’s tale, “A Wind Will Rise,” tells of two adventurers out to save a shipload of captives … Continue reading
Avast, Ye Airships!
Continuing from the theme of last week, this week we take to the air with the pirates again and begin a discussion of Avast, Ye Airships. 🙂 In 2015, Mocha Memoirs and I wanted to publish a Steampunk anthology. As … Continue reading
Collaborating with Pirates…
Several years ago now, I received an email from my good friend Marc Gunn asking if I wanted to do another collaborative album after Don’t Go Drinking with Hobbits. This time, it would be a collection of songs about airship … Continue reading
The above is an actual program from a variety show that is preserved in the Library of Congress. If Alistair and Jo get back from the Continent in time, they could actually attend this show. If you look very closely, … Continue reading
What would you like to see here next, as we broaden our Steampunk horizons somewhat? I have three anthologies of Steampunk stories I could do as I have been doing the anthologies on RieWriter.com. I could do a feature on … Continue reading
Because I Promised…
…I will attempt to discuss diversity in The Conn-Mann Chronicles and not offend anyone. There isn’t much. There are two reasons for this. The time period was not an extremely integrated era. It’s a cheap excuse, but it’s true. The … Continue reading
Thought about It this Weekend…
The book tour is over, and we are at a crossroads. What’s next? I am considering book reviews, author interviews, music recommendations–any and everything Steampunk. What do you think? It might take a while to set up some of these. … Continue reading