Crafted by a team of writers, “The Drifting Isle Chronicles” is a world blending “the mechanical wizardry of steampunk with the classic magic and mystery of epic fantasy.”
The Clockwork Servant, if used correctly, could provide our nation with an enormous amount of power. Like any kind of power, however, it must be dealt with wisely, and it must not fall into the wrong hands. I have every trust that Her Majesty will choose the wisest course of action, and act in the best interests of her people. – Lady Frobisher Pilbeam
From the Far West website:
Imagine: A fantasy world, but not one based on Medieval/Dark Ages European culture and myth, but rather one based on the tropes of the Spaghetti Western and Chinese Wuxia. Add steampunk elements. Mix well.
It began as a simple class project. The students of Beckinfield High School asked citizens to record video diaries. Their goal was to share small-town life through the eyes of its residents. The townsfolk took to this right away, uploading self-recorded video glimpses into their very private lives.
A self-described “mass participation TV” project from Theatrics, “Beckinfield” offers anyone the opportunity to contribute to an on-going shared world.
It was the last great science hero fight, but the energy blast ripped a hole in reality, and birthed the Empire State – a young, twisted parallel prohibition-era New York.
When the rift starts to close, both worlds are threatened, and both must fight for the right to exist.
Welcome to Orion’s Arm, a scenario set thousands of years in the future where civilization spans the stars. Godlike ascended intelligences rule vast interstellar empires, and lesser factions seek to carve out their own dominions through intrigue and conquest. And out beyond the edge of civilized space and the human friendly worlds, adventure awaits those prepared to risk all.
A bi-monthly anthology of fan-written fiction set in the 1632 universe created by Eric Flint. Based on the “1632” novel written by Flint and expanded on over a series of additional novels, the Grantville Gazette emerged as a result of the amount and quality of fan fiction that began circulating the “1632” universe.
Authors are currently paid professional rates if their submission is accepted.