Morlock Night by K.W. Jeter K.W. Jeter’s Morlock Night (1979) is often cited as the first novel to be categorized at “steampunk.” In a 1987 letter to Locus magazine, Jeter coined the term in an effort to describe the types of stories that he and his friends Tim Powers and James P. Blaylock were writing: […]Read More
SFF Author: K.W. Jeter
Infernal Devices: A Mad Victorian Fantasy by K.W. Jeter George Dower’s father was a watchmaker, but he didn’t just make watches. Some of his special customers knew he was a genius with all sorts of gear work. When his father died, George inherited the watch shop. Unfortunately, he didn’t inherit his father’s genius. He can […]Read More
Kat Hooper´s rating: 3.5 | K.W. Jeter | Audio | SFF Reviews | | 2 comments |
Fiendish Schemes by K.W. Jeter Fiendish Schemes is a recent (2013) sequel to K.W. Jeter’s classic steampunk novel Infernal Devices which I have previously reviewed. Jeter, who inadvertently coined the term “steampunk” and writes in a style similar to his friend James P. Blaylock, is probably an acquired taste. Personally, I love his droll overblown […]Read More
Kat Hooper´s rating: 3.5 | K.W. Jeter | Audio | SFF Reviews | | 1 comment |
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