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Self Promotion > Want to write for a steampunk website?

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message 1: by Erika (new)

Erika Tamblin (ETamblin) | 6 comments If your a writer and like Steampunk, then you might want to check out http://xerposa.com/, it's a huge Steampunk blog that I just found out, takes submissions from the general public. My husband loves this website and he just submitted something the other day. I don't know if they have approved him yet but I just thought I would mention it in case some of you have articles you have been wanting to write.
Mary


message 2: by Brianna (new)

Brianna Kilcrease (silversleeps) Sweet! I just read my first steampunk novel and loved it! Can't wait to check this out :)


message 3: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth (Elizabeth1976) | 4 comments Awesome! Thanks for sharing.


message 4: by Traveller (last edited Feb 09, 2012 09:04AM) (new)

Traveller (Moontravlr) | 8 comments Thanks for the link to the site - I love all things Steampunk.

Your link takes me to a Steampunk site, but I get a "page unavailable" error message regarding the particular page you seem to be linking to.


message 5: by Julie (new)

Julie (Nocturnallupine) I used the link, it came up saying page unavailable but had other links including the one for xerposa


message 6: by Erika (new)

Erika Tamblin (ETamblin) | 6 comments Ahhhh, so sorry, here is the link! I just checked it, to make sure it works.

http://xerposa.com/


message 7: by Madeleine (new)

Madeleine Holly-Rosing (MHollyRosing) | 22 comments Tor is a terrific publisher, but it takes about a year to get your story read and then no guarantees it will be published. But if it does, you've got their marketing machine behind you. (Which is nice).

There is a new site called eFiction Steampunk that is looking for material. No pay for steampunk, but the managing editor is very nice and they are in the process of building it up.

http://www.efictionmag.com/steampunk/

Madeleine


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