Gatehouse Gazette, my favorite Steampunk and Dieselpunk publication, has released its 15th edition this month.
In this issue of the Gazette, you’ll find not only the great short fiction you’ve come to know and love, but there are also interesting articles on Feminism in Steampunk, and a chapter excerpt from a historical account of the journeys of Nellie Bly, a Victorian journalist especially known for her exposé on mental institutions she penned while pretending to be mentally ill herself.
The entire contents of the magazine is as follows:
- Bennett, A., “The Mission,” 8-11
- Brackley, I., “The Frock Coat Conundrum,” 21-22
- Davia, L., “Local Steampunk: Italy,” 16-18
- Heyvaert, H., “Halloween in Disneyland Paris,” 3
- Heyvaert, H., “Review: The Princess and the Frog,” 12
- Heyvaert, H., “The Steampunk Wardrobe,” 19
- Joseph, E.B., “It So Hurts,” 23-27
- Khenfi, S., “Victorian Paperdoll,” 23
- McCleary, C., “Nellie Bly in a World of Smoke and Mirrors,” 13-15
- Rauchfuß, M., “Amazing Artificial Antrhopoids,” 6-7
- Stock, A., “Battle of the Sexes: How steampunk should be informed by feminism,” 4-5
At 27 pages, Gatehouse Gazette 15 is a short by enjoyable read for Steam and Dieselpunks alike. The Gatehouse runs on a bimonthly publishing schedule, so look for the next publication sometime in January.