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Best Mythpunk podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Mythpunk podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Cindy Grigg interviews authors and artists within the “punk” sub-genres such as cyberpunk, steampunk, dieselpunk, decopunk, biopunk, mythpunk, silkpunk, mannerpunk, solarpunk, ecopunk, atompunk, clockpunk, and and other realms of anachronistic techno-whimsy, such as time travel and alternate history. This show is for fans and readers, but we naturally also touch on advice for writers and creatives working in many mediums. Come nerd out with us! www.Storypunks.World
 
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In Part 2, Todd and I continue talking about his love for retro pulp adventure, as well as different themes and creative choices when storytelling and punking the 1920s and other eras. Don't miss this conclusion to everything we started nerding out over in Episode 57! www.ToddDowning.com --- www.Storypunks.World www.Patreon.com/Storypunks…
 
Todd Downing describes himself as the "complete creative" because, like many in our audience, he wears a lot of creative hats. In this first of two episodes, we learn about how his Airship Daedalus series developed, including the Greek myth of Icarus and other influences. Join us for your 1920s fix! www.ToddDowning.com --- www.Storypunks.World www.…
 
In part 2 of this interview about the show Sage and Savant, Eddie Louise shares her process for writing and refining episode storylines (as well as the novelization TransMIGRATIONS) and Chip Michael describes his editing and sound design, including foley and composing the original background music. It's amazing what this duo pulls off along with th…
 
Sage and Savant is a monthly steampunk audio drama produced by Chip and Eddie Louise Clark. Not only should you check out their show, but Eddie Louise and Chip also have a ton to share about lessons learned from podcasting. You definitely don't want to miss this two-part interview. www.SageAndSavant.com Reach out regarding their booth setup and mor…
 
Bethany C. Morrow’s decopunk novel Mem is a must-read for anyone interested in historical speculative fiction set in the 1920s. In this interview, we also chat about her other works, including A Song Below Water and Take the Mic, for which she is both a story contributor and editor. www.BethanyCMorrow.com www.twitter.com/BCMorrow www.Facebook.com/B…
 
Bethany C. Morrow's decopunk novel Mem is a must-read for anyone interested in historical speculative fiction set in the 1920s. In both episodes of this two-part interview, Bethany articulates many important issues for readers and creators, so prepare to be inspired! www.BethanyCMorrow.com www.twitter.com/BCMorrow www.Facebook.com/BCMorrow Also in …
 
Madame Askew and the Grand Arbiter are a hostess and host with the most . . . steampunk! Teapot races. Tea Scouts. Compliment duels. Historical sewing challenges. And that doesn't even begin to pin these two down. For instance, I met them as the Official Steampunk Ambassadors to the Gallactic Steampunk Federation at Wild Wild West Con in Tucson, Ar…
 
In this second part of two, Dankaert Lexicon shares his involvement with the SCP Foundation's files and other creative projects, of which he has many! Join us for additional perspective on retrofuturism and steampunk, including some thoughts on video and tabletop gaming. www.radioretrofuture.com All other links mentioned in the show: www.Storypunks…
 
Dankaert Lexicon is a character my guest Bonsart Bokel assumes in hundreds of videos about retrofuturism and steampunk communities, books, games, and much more. His "Steampunk Beginner's Guide" playlist may be of particular interest. He also runs two themed troupes for festivals and offers a bunch of insight about that. Great for storytellers of al…
 
Matthew Mather writes cyberpunk technothrillers, as informed by his extensive background as a cybersecurity expert. In addition to leveraging his expertise, Matthew has gone the extra mile with in-person research or interviews for his books whenever possible. Come learn from this successful entrepreneur turned full-time author! www.MatthewMather.co…
 
In the second part of this interview, Sarena Ulibarri gets into additional detail about solarpunk, including a fantastic list of recommended solarpunk reads. She also shares more about her own solarpunk writing and how other creators can avoid pitfalls in the genre. Tons to learn from here! www.SarenaUlibarri.com www.Storypunks.World Note: I refer …
 
Sarena Ulibarri has written dozens of short stories that have been published in prominent science fiction magazines and anthologies. In this interview, we chat about solarpunk, ecopunk, and all kinds of futuristic optimism you won't want to miss! I loved hearing Sarena's definition of what makes solarpunk unique and she makes a lot of great points …
 
Nathan Van Coops' steampunk Skylighter series is a great point of reference as we continue talking about steampunk, alternate history, retrofuturism, and more. Since Nathan is a pilot, I also picked his brain about the airships and other contraptions we love to speculate about as punks. It's a really fun and creativity-inspiring chat. Join us! www.…
 
Some consider time travel its own genre and in this first part of two, I explore this with author Nathan Van Coops. We talk about types of time travel, including a few that may surprise you or ignite new creative ideas. Nathan has so many relevant insights for anyone reading or writing their own time travel fiction. Don't miss it! www.NathanVanCoop…
 
Creative Director Madqueen continues our discussion about Blade Runner and Philip K. Dick's book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?. Madqueen brought a ton of perspective and I left with so much to think about. I think you will, too! We covered a lot, but as always, feel free to add your comments to the social media posts. Don't be shy! Find Madq…
 
Madqueen produces amazing videos about cyberpunk, gaming, and related topics. I learned so much from her insights about Philip K. Dick as we discussed his novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, which inspired the Blade Runner movies. Join us for this book club AKA Storypunks SALON session! Find Madqueen: www.youtube.com/channel/UC0G5rpOFcY6pOd…
 
Not only has Dakota Krout done well in GameLit (the wider term encompassing things like LitRPG), but he and his wife Danielle also apply tools and data that worked well for him as they help other authors launch and succeed. Part 2 also features Dakota's answer to the trends question I end most interviews with--his was probably the most unexpected a…
 
I loved catching up with LitRPG author Dakota Krout this week. In Part 1, we chat about his thoughts on cyberpunk as well as his Divine Dungeon and Completionist Chronicles Series. Since some of you may not be familiar with the term LitRPG, we get into some detail about it and I think you'll really love thinking about the possibilities. www.dakotak…
 
In Part 2 of 2, the Steampunk Scholar, Dr. Mike Perschon, chats with me further about character, theme, and more in this unique Arthurian tale. Join us as we further celebrate and explore K.W. Jeter's classic Morlock Night! www.SteampunkScholar.blogspot.com www.facebook.com/AuthorK.W.Jeter/ Join our Salon and Reading Room! www.Storypunks.World/news…
 
Dr. Mike Perschon AKA the Steampunk Scholar joined me to chat about K.W. Jeter's classic Morlock Night. Dr. Perschon has a lot of cool insight about this follow-up to H.G. Wells' The Time Machine. Perschon wrote a non-fiction guide to steampunk titled Steampunk FAQ and we talk quite a bit about steampunk itself in this first of two parts. www.Steam…
 
Our conversation naturally shifted toward collaboration for Part 2, which is no surprise with this creative trio. They have some wonderful insights about collaborating, as well as more background about how they found inspiration from a local historical site, how they turned their comic into educational content, and much more! www.JekyllIslandChroni…
 
In Part 1 of this conversation, I speak with all three of the Lost Mountain Mechanicals: Steve Nedvidek, Ed Crowell, and Jack Lowe. We look at their creative process and how they've found ongoing inspiration to create the Jekyll Island Chronicles graphic novels. I loved their interpretations of dieselpunk, steampunk, and so much more. Tons to think…
 
The conversation about Bacigalupi's novel The Windup Girl continues. Jesikah Sundin and I swap impressions about this complex book that can be classified as ecopunk, biopunk, cyberpunk, or science fiction generally. Want to chime in during the next discussion? That would be awesome: www.WindupStories.com www.JesikahSundin.com www.Facebook.com/Group…
 
Paolo Bacigalupi's novel The Windup Girl is a Hugo and Nebula award-winning novel set in a future Thailand experiencing the fallout of environmental and societal breakdowns. It's a book to discuss much longer than an hour but Jesikah Sundin and I enjoyed sharing ideas about some of the book's characters, themes, and more. Want to chime in during th…
 
K.M. Weiland writes gaslamp fantasy, dieselpunk, and historical superhero fiction--but wait! She also creates bestselling non-fiction guides for outlining, structure, character arcs, and more. www.KMWeiland.com www.HelpingWritersBecomeAuthors.com In this episode, I also pay tribute to Kaja Foglio, who coined the term gaslamp fantasy in conjunction …
 
Join the Professor and me for a dusty little desert chat. I caught up with him at Wild, Wild West Con in Tuscon, Arizona. A birthday song, a song for artists, a little interview, an announcement for fans, and plenty of sardonic charm. Also! We've partnered with Lady Mechanika artist Joe Benitez to offer some free steampunk coloring books! Get 'em w…
 
In Part 2, we talk about a few things you don't often hear about when it comes to "the punks", and that's why you won't want to miss it! Jesikah shares some really cool insights about medieval, mythological, and pagan tie-ins to the punks. She's co-authored an Arthurian legend series titled Knights of Caerleon. Also, we'll be reading Paolo Bacigalu…
 
Interviewing author Jesikah Sundin about her Biodome Chronicles series is a stunning place to begin Season 2. We chat about so many punks in this one, especially ecopunk, mannerpunk, and cyberpunk as well as hopepunk and solarpunk! Plus, she'll join me as we kick off the Storypunks Salon and Reading Room virtual book club via Facebook Live on Earth…
 
In Part 2, we talk about Jim Butcher's worldbuilding and magic system development tips as well as multi-media creations he's written and consulted on. This is a really informative and super fun look at collaboration, from an author who's leveraged relationships with other artists to produce impressive maps, graphic novel art, role playing video gam…
 
Jim Butcher writes several popular series including The Cinder Spires (steampunk!) as well as The Dresden Files and The Codex Alera. In Part 1 of 2, Jim chats about writing several series at once, using his author powers for evil, and plenty of other interesting stuff! Please also note that Episodes 29 and 30 wrap up Season One of this podcast, so …
 
The conversation with Mary Woodbury continues! Discover additional resources, including initiatives to help reduce our environmental footprint in writing, publishing, and other creative endeavors. She has so many resources for artists and readers to check out: www.Eco-fiction.com blog: www.Eco-fiction.com/outdoors/ www.Dragonfly.eco www.Storypunks.…
 
Mary Woodbury runs Moon Willow Press as well as other sites and projects focused on eco-fiction. In this episode, we talk about her work as a curator and creator in this realm, including her definitions and vision for terms like solarpunk, ecopunk, hopepunk, and other environmentally-related punks. She has many resources for artists and readers to …
 
I'm preparing to speak at a writing conference, so in this week's episode I'm sharing my best tips and tricks for participating at conferences as a speaker or panelist. I've been presenting solo messages and contributing to sci fi and fantasy conference panels for the past four years, including discussions about steampunk and the other punks. It's …
 
There's so much to learn from Gail in this episode!! As anyone can tell from visiting her website and social channels, she really is a master of marketing and I know you'll come away inspired, no matter what creative medium you work in. We also talk about tools for writers including Dragon NaturallySpeaking (dictation), Scrivener, and more. Join us…
 
I've admired steampunk author Gail Carriger for a long time, and it's such a pleasure to interview her in this first of two episodes. We chat about her influences including Gothic literature (which we can thank for much if not all of the genre fiction we love today, including "the punks"!). We also talk Austen, fashion, and writing diverse characte…
 
In this second of two episodes, Holly Gonazalez and I continue our conversation about decopunk and dieselpunk, and also get into some atompunk, steampunk, and even splatterpunk. This also becomes a discussion about collaborating with others, especially when Holly's husband Max joins us to talk about co-writing their atompunk series. Holly has also …
 
In this first of two episodes, Holly Gonzalez AKA "The Duchess of Decopunk" talks about why she writes decopunk, dieselpunk, and other science fiction, with many popular stories on Wattpad in particular (she's actually a Wattpad Ambassador). Check out her popular Beauty in the Bones series and more! Holly also writes in other punk genres and collab…
 
Author Nisi Shawl's novel Everfair posits, what if Belgian forces had not succeeded in colonizing the Congo? And it's AWESOME!! In this interview, Nisi shares her definitions and ideas around steampunk as well as AfroRetroFuturism, cyberpunk, solarpunk, and hopepunk. She pays a beautiful tribute to Ursula K. Le Guin, and shares several resources an…
 
Ever thought to yourself, This short story could inspire its own musical album . . . , or, This visual art piece could become an awesome graphic novel . . . ? That's what "transmedia storytelling" is all about, as LARP (Live Action Role Play) gamer Michael Rigg knows very well. He's turned his steampunk and alternate history Heart of Bronze novels …
 
Lara Elena Donnelly has created a fascinating fictional world based on the art deco era of the 1930s, in her Amberlough Dossier series. This vintage-glam spy thriller has been classified as decopunk, so in this interview we talk about the aesthetic, inspirations, themes, voice, diversity, and so much more, including Lara's short stories. Decopunk i…
 
This week, Kevin Steil and I continue to discuss his many projects, including his Steampunk Museum, Steampunk Hands Around the World blogathon, Airship Ambassador TV channel on YouTube, Airship Ambassador expansion pack for the game Twisted Skies, and tips for reaching out to steampunk friends around the globe. He also shares some reading recommend…
 
A popular panelist and steampunk personality, the Airship Ambassador (Kevin Steil) has consulted for the show Steampunk'd! and other projects. His website, AirshipAmbassador.com, is an impressive compendium of steampunk news, recommended reads, and so many other goings-on. In addition, he writes a popular blog with in-depth interviews. In this epis…
 
Shelley Adina is an award-winning author and instructor of popular steampunk, contemporary, and Amish fiction. In this interview, we discuss her wonderful steampunk series Magnificent Devices, which is a longer story at 12 books (and counting!). Shelley shares tips for authors and writers creating longer works, and we also get into a bit of clockpu…
 
This is a crossover episode with podcaster Elizabeth Headrick aka Bluestocking of the Steampunk Dollhouse Podcast! We share podcasting lessons learned, including some bumper samples. I love Bluestocking’s literary analysis of steampunk fiction, which she studies academically as an MLIS grad student. Plus, she gets delightfully sassy and political–i…
 
"Big Daddy Cool" John Pyka is a showman who hosts and produces The Dieselpunk Podcast. He's an entertainer with tons of experience and he's turned his show into a book titled Tales From the Flip Side. John shares his definition of Dieselpunk, and how it can intersect with Decopunk, Atompunk, and other genres, as well as terms like Dark Dieselpunk a…
 
Think art made from human hair sounds weird? You might think again after this fascinating interview with historical and contemporary hairwork artist Courtney Lane, who creates and restores mourning jewelry, momentos, and more. We chat about how this unique storytelling medium intersects with death positivity, lachrymatory bottles, post-mortem photo…
 
Austin Dragon writes several sci fi series, including his cyberpunk detective series Liquid Cool. He describes this story as Blade Runner meets The Maltese Falcon. When it comes to his favorite works in the cyberpunk genre, Austin Dragon prefers the term "cyber noir", so in this episode we talk through that. Austin also shares why he's played homag…
 
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