The Sea Is Ours by Jaymee Goh
Tales from Steampunk Southeast Asia

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Even the slighter stories have the craft, perspective, and components that merit savoring, and the finest would be worth considering for any year’s best anthology.
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Steampunk takes on Southeast Asia in this anthology
 
The stories in this collection merge technological wonder with the everyday. Children upgrade their fighting spiders with armor, and toymakers create punchcard-driven marionettes. Large fish lumber across the skies, while boat people find a new home on the edge of a different dimension. Technology and tradition meld as the people adapt to the changing forces of their world. The Sea Is Ours is an exciting new anthology that features stories infused with the spirits of Southeast Asia’s diverse peoples, legends, and geography.
 

About Jaymee Goh

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Jaymee Goh is a writer, editor, reviewer, blogger, and academic of science fiction, fantasy, and steampunk. She is the author of the steampunk blog Silver Goggles and has written steampunk-related nonfiction in The WisCon Chronicles and Steampunk III: Steampunk Revolution. She lives in Riverside, California. Joyce Chng writes science fiction, steampunk, and urban fantasy, and her fiction has been published in publications including Crossed Genres, the Apex Book of World SF II, and The Alchemy Press Book of Urban Mythic. She coedited The Ayam Curtain, a Singaporean anthology of SFF micro fiction, and she blogs at A Wolf’s Tale.
 
Published November 30, 2015 by Rosarium Publishing. 270 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Sep 25 2015

Even the slighter stories have the craft, perspective, and components that merit savoring, and the finest would be worth considering for any year’s best anthology.

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