of, pertaining to, or characteristic of steampunk n. 2
Josepha Sherman's "Monsieur Verne and the Martian Invasion" is set in a steampunkish 19th century, and here the great inventor Jules Verne discovers and fights a creature from outer space.
Review: Resnick's ALTERNATE WARRIORS in rec.arts.sf.reviews (Usenet newsgroup) 26 Aug.
1997 Interzone Nov. 66/4
Humorous sf novel, first edition; proof copy received; another example of Steampunkish American Englishry…
Nevins has amazingly ferreted out hundreds of obscure Victorian icons and other allusions that went into the composition of this steampunkish comic.
On Books in Asimov’s Science Fiction July 140/2
Now, with his co-writer David Tischman and artist Niko Henrichon, he’s turned his hand to a steampunkish adventure, one that summons up the glory days of television’s The Wild, Wild West.
On Books in Asimov’s Science Fiction Apr.–May 230/2
Research HistoryIrene Grumman submitted a 2004 cite from Paul Di Filippo's review column in Asimov's.
Irene Grumman submitted another 2004 cite from Paul Di Filippo in Asimov's.
Jacek Dobrzyniecki submitted a 1993 cite from Usenet.
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