The Gunpowder Fantasy Review

In an effort to help raise awareness of other Gunpowder Fantasy/Muskets and Magic/Flintlock Fantasy authors, I’ll be reviewing their works and posting them here.

To facilitate the process, I’ll be using the following definition:

Gunpowder Fantasy: an alternate world story set in a world that uses gunpowder firearms (up to and including revolvers, but excluding magazine fed small arms or belt fed weapons), steam power (limited to rail transport and limited sea-going vessels) while also maintaining essential elements including some of the following elements: a fully-alternate world setting,  magic, a feudal or semi-feudal setting, alternate races (including, but not limited to elves, dwarves, orc and other “traditional” fantasy races), and/or a broad-scale conflict.

Alternate History stories may be considered if they are of a sufficiently “alternate” nature and will be considered on a case by case basis.

Steampunk will not be considered for review.

I’m currently working up a list of stories to be featured, so if you have any suggestions please hit up the Contact link.

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About Joshua K Johnson

Josh is the author of The Cerberus Rebellion and The Hydra Offensive, Gunpowder Fantasy novels set in the Griffins & Gunpowder universe. He is currently working on a new novel set in the same world as well as The Centaur Incursion, Book 3 in the existing series. He's married with a 5 yr old son and a 1 year old daughter, keeping him busy. He currently works and is a full-time student.

Posted on January 19, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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