I’d like to incorporate more steampunk, neo-Victorian and futuristic into Urban Fantasy Land. I believe the blend of genres lends itself to the same audience that adores urban fantasy. I’m also seeing some crossovers among these genres. And a lot of confusion on their definitions.
Have you read a good steampunk, neo-Victorian or futuristic lately? Want to review some?
Want to write a guest post on the difference between steampunk and gaslamp fantasy?
Send me an email with samples of your writing to urbanfantasyland at gmail dot com.
Futuristic SF/F/R: Eve Silver’s DRIVEN, Ann Aguirre’s Sirantha Jax series.
Gaslamp Fantasy/Historical UF/Neo-Victorian: Colleen Gleason, Kristen Callihan, Gail Carriger
Steampunk: Meljean Brook’s RIVETED; Cherie Priest’s BONESHAKER