edited by B.K. Bass
One man’s cog in the machine may be another’s exploit to hack.
Since the 1980s, Punk fiction has captured the hearts and minds of readers. Whether looking for another time and place to escape to, or hoping our own future might hold the seeds of revolution, these genres have bucked both the trends of speculative fiction and the conventions of society.
Join us with four tales that explore two of the most common punk genres: steampunk and cyberpunk; along with one that may introduce you to something new: clockpunk!
So sit back, plug into the net, and get the gears turning; because the world may never look the same again.
Mary, Shelley, and the Clockworked Orange Guard by Stephen Coghlan
New Years Day by Professor Cognome
The Gear Revolution by Michael D. Nadeau
Gateway by Crystal L. Kirkham
Cypher by Vince Salamone