Katherine McIntyre

 

I split my time writing and working my day job as a massage therapist. If it’s a creative pursuit though, chances are I’ve dabbled in it. Hell, I’ve played around with soapmaking, beer brewing, cupcake baking, tea blending and everything else under the midday sun. I run a tea company, Solstice Brews, and my short stories, novellas, and novels (including steampunk ones) have been published through companies like Decadent Publishing, Breathless Press, and Hazardous Press.

Cynthia M. Gayton

Cynthia M. Gayton is an attorney based in Arlington, Virginia. This article is based, in part, on a presentation called “Girl Genius® versus Sherlock Holmes: Character Development and the Law” made at the Steampunk World’s Fair in 2013 and 2014 as well as a publication entitled “Guide to Creating and Protecting Fictional Characters” which is available in Kindle format on Amazon.com

David Mclain

David McLain is the author of “The Life of a Thief” and “Dragonbait” available from All Things That Matter Press and Wayman Publishing, respectively.  His stories have been printed in over two dozen magazines and anthologies.  You can read about his adventures with his wife and his dog at mydogisgross.tumblr.com

M. Sally-Rouge Pax

M. Sally-Rouge Pax is a woman of many interests and passions. Among these include: advocating for “pit bull” type dogs; working with various animal rescues; modeling; voice acting; and dabbling in the arts of music and sketching.

 

More of her writing can be found at: http://www.sally-rouge.com/

Julia O’Connell

  • July 7th, 2014

Julia O’Connell is a bibliophile and lover of literature studying English and Linguistics at the College of William & Mary. Her favorite things to do (apart from reading) include dressing up and dancing. These two hobbies led to her discovery of Steampunk, first at Jeff Mach’s Wicked Faire, and later at Steampunk World’s Fair and assorted concerts of her favorite Steampunk musicians.

 

She can now be found teaching ballroom workshops at these conventions with her sister and fellow members of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (https://www.facebook.com/whiskeytangofoxrotwtf). She’s also a writer and editor for the geeky blog, The Daily Geekette (http://dailygeekette.wordpress.com) and is hoping to enter the professional world of editing and publishing after she graduates.

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