The Steampunk User’s Manual: Free Game and Steampunk Story Download


Post-Halloween, it’s time to clear the cobwebs and get back to making things–and one of the things I helped make is The Steampunk User’s Manual. This is a unique look at Steampunk fashion, fiction, art, making, and much more that takes a practical and whimsical approach. There are projects you can do and projects nobody can ever do but that are fun to speculate about: like a giant steam-powered mecha-penguin commissioned specially for the book. Steampunk creators in all fields give their advice in ways that will be of use to those looking to enter the Steampunk world, but also general enough to be useful to anyone who is creative. As a full-color coffee table book, The Steampunk User’s Manual is also just darn pretty to look at. You can check out our website for more details and my esteemed coauthor has also written a pretty spiffy “7 Reasons Why Steampunk Is Totally Now.” In addition to this interview I did for the Royal Museums, Greenwich. The perfect book for you to order or to give as a gift this holiday season.

It also just so happens we’ve provided some free stuff online to supplement the book.

–Storium’s Will Hindmarch created a whole Steampunk RPG for the book’s release, which you can check out here.

—Author Richard Ellis Preston Jr. has been kind enough to allow readers to download his new story set in his popular Romulus Buckle Steampunk universe while we also showcases his giant kraken vs airship battle from a Buckle novel. (Offer good until November 9; direct link here) Featuring original art from Wonderbook’s Jeremy Zerfoss!