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Hosted by Library-Agent Bluestocking and broadcasting from deep within the Library, Steampunk Dollhouse is a podcast for deep-dives into steampunk literature and how it relates to colonialism and postcolonial societies, intersectional theory and the damage technology can do when we don't understand its potential.
 
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Wherein grad students collide via Zoom; gamefication and sound rhetoric are defined; steampunk is NOT defined, or even talked about (much); and Bluestocking learns that grad school in COVID times is not an easy thing. Show Notes: Citations: Toward a Composition Made Whole, Jody Shipka Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.Org: “November Baby” …
 
or Why Nothing Ruins War Like the Rising of the Dead with Justina Ireland’s Dread Nation **There are some issues with sound quality in this episode. You will probably need to crank the volume. The producer apologizes for her shoddy sound-editing skills** Show Notes Today’s Book(s): Dread Nation by Justina Ireland Citations: The Heathen School: A St…
 
Wherein We Revisit Old Favorites and Delight in New Adventures - Rod Duncan, Queen of All Crows (Map of Unknown Things - continuation of The Fall of the Gaslit Empire series; A.J. Hartley, Guardian (Steeplejack #3); Rachel Caine, Smoke and Iron (Great LIbrary #4) Show Notes Today’s Book(s): The Queen of All Crows Guardian Smoke and Iron Podcast Rec…
 
Wherein universes collide, as they ALWAYS seem to do; steampunk is, for once, NOT defined; and Bluestocking learns that she is not yet ready for London primetime Show Notes Asylum X The Presenters: Eilís Phillips - @EilisPhillips William Sutton - @WilliamGeorgeQ Jenevieve Van-Veda - @VanVeda Helena Esser - @esserhelena Kurian T. Peters - @skuldugge…
 
or, How a Spiritwalker and a Soldier Risked Their Souls with Karin Lowachee's The Gaslight Dogs Show Notes Today’s Book(s): The Gaslight Dogs Additional Book Citations: The Heathen School: A Story of Hope and Betrayal in the Age of the Early Republic Web Citations: SNOPES FACT CHECK: Is the Trump Administration Paying Southwest Key $458 Million to …
 
Wherein Bluestocking updates the listeners on the current state of the Library and asks for assistance in achieving a long-held dream. GoFundMe Podcast Recommendations: The Clockwork Cabaret The Steam Rollers Adventure Podcast Friends of the Library: Mahometan and Celestial Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.Org: “Atlantic” by Talk Less Say…
 
Wherein universes collide (once more), steampunk is (again, not really) defined, and Bluestocking learns that she is basically a muppet Library Boosters: Mahometan and Celestial Audible Steampunk Podcast Collective: Storypunks Watch a video of the interview! Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.Org: “Storyteller” by Jahzzar Contact Us! http:/…
 
or Why Punishing People with Extreme Plastic Surgery is Really *$%^ed Up, with The Bas Lag series by China Mieville Show Notes Today’s Book(s): Perdido Street Station (Bas-Lag, Book 1) The Scar (Bas-Lag, Book 2) Iron Council (Bas-Lag, Book 3) Citations: Endometriosis.Org ALA / AASL Joint Statement on on Florida Senate Bill 7026 District Dispatch - …
 
or How to Throw Sand in the Gears of Ordinary Steampunk with the anthology Clockwork Cairo: Steampunk Tales of Egypt, edited by Matthew Bright **Trigger Warning: episode intro discusses recent allegations of sexual assault in the steampunk community. Discussion runs from 26:32 to 39:38 if you would like to skip it. ** Show Notes Today’s Book(s): Cl…
 
or Why Xenophobia Always Leads to a Bad End with S.E. Grove's The Mapmakers Trilogy Show Notes Today’s Book(s): The Glass Sentence (The Mapmakers Trilogy) The Golden Specific (The Mapmakers Trilogy) The Crimson Skew (The Mapmakers Trilogy) Podcast Recommendations: The Clockwork Cabaret Judgement Night Radio Hour The Steam Rollers Adventure Podcast …
 
or Why Sometimes It’s About the Silk, Not the Steam with Ken Liu's The Dandelion Dynasty Series Show Notes Today’s Book(s): The Grace of Kings (The Dandelion Dynasty) The Wall of Storms (The Dandelion Dynasty) Citations: Ken Liu - Interview with South China Morning Post, 11-12-2017 This Is What It's Like To Write Science Fiction Novels In China Ste…
 
Wherein universes collide, steampunk is (not really) defined, and tubas rend the air with a jaunty tune Show Notes Steampunk Podcast Collective: Texas Steampunk Connection The Clockwork Cabaret The Steam Rollers Adventure Podcast Library Boosters: Mahometan and Celestial Steampunk Dollhouse Patreon Audible Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive…
 
Show Notes: Wherein Bluestocking explains why she will need to put Ken Liu’s magnificent (and massive) tomes, and the show itself, on hold for a bit longer Podcast Recommendations: The Clockwork Cabaret Judgement Night Radio Hour The Steam Rollers Adventure Podcast Portentous Perils in the 23rd Century Sponsors: Mahometan and Celestial Steampunk Do…
 
or, How a Young, Jewish Woman Decided to Grab Destiny by the Horns with Emily Barton's The Book of Esther Show Notes Today’s Book(s): The Book of Esther Citations: An interview with Emily Barton [Interview by J. Peacock]. (2015, April 1). Wikipedia: Book of Esther Khazars Kabbalah Podcast Recommendations: The Clockwork Cabaret Festivals: Steampunk …
 
Wherein we become acquainted with a man who is most certainly not a lunatic. He’s not. Honestly. Show Notes: Today’s Reading: The King in Yellow Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.Org and Incompetech Episode Sounds courtesy of FreeSound.Org Support Us! Patreon Stickers by TeeSpring Contact Us! http://www.SPDHPod.Com steampunkdollhouse@gmail…
 
Show Notes: Wherein the steampunk survivalist becomes learned in the various and sundry pox and plagues that inevitably accompany the apocalypse Today’s reading courtesy of: Margaret Killjoy and Steampunk Magazine Suggested Books: The Lamb Will Slaughter the Lion Show Some Love: Stickers by TeeSpring SPDH Patreon Sponsors: Audible Festivals: Steamp…
 
or, How a Carnival Kid Brought Down an Empire with Rod Duncan’s Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire Series **Trigger Warning - episode includes a frank discussion of rape** Show Notes Today’s Book(s): The Bullet-Catcher's Daughter: The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, Book 1 Unseemly Science: The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, Book 2 The Custodian of Marvels: The F…
 
or, Why Decolonial Determination is Steampunk as S* with the anthology The Sea Is Ours, Tales from Steampunk Southeast Asia, ed. Jaymee Goh & Joyce Chng Show Notes Today’s Book(s): The Sea Is Ours: Tales from Steampunk Southeast Asia Citations: Steampunk and Nineteenth-Century Digital Humanities: Literary Retrofuturisms, Media Archaeologies, Alte…
 
Wherein Bluestocking decides to venture forth from the bunker and spend time with her family Show Notes: Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.Org: “Ladies, Take Me With You” by Doctor Turtle Episode Sounds courtesy of FreeSound.Org Contact Us! http://www.SPDHPod.Com steampunkdollhouse@gmail.com Twitter: @spdhpod Facebook: /SPDHPod The Steampu…
 
Show Notes: Wherein the steampunk survivalist is instructed on the best options for self-defense and home security. Today’s reading courtesy of: Margaret Killjoy and Steampunk Magazine Suggested Books: The Lamb Will Slaughter the Lion The Secret History of Twin Peaks: A Novel Sponsors: Audible Festivals: Steampunk November Episode Music courtesy of…
 
or Why One Should Never Underestimate a Girl from the Drowning - A.J. Hartley, The Alternative Detective Series Show Notes: Today’s Books: Steeplejack: Book 1 in the Alternative Detective series Firebrand: Book 2 in the Alternative Detective series Citations: Steampunk and Nineteenth-Century Digital Humanities: Literary Retrofuturisms, Media Archae…
 
or Why Burning, Banning, and Burying Are Not Effective Methods of Thought Control - Rachel Caine, The Great Library Series Show Notes Today’s Book(s): Ink and Bone (The Great Library) Paper and Fire (The Great Library) Ash and Quill (The Great Library) Great Library Playlist Additional Books: Steampunk and Nineteenth-Century Digital Humanities: Lit…
 
Show Notes: Wherein the steampunk survivalist learns how to scavenge and utilize the human detritus that has been left behind Today’s reading courtesy of: Margaret Killjoy and Steampunk Magazine Suggested Books: The Lamb Will Slaughter the Lion, Margaret Killjoy Area 51: An Uncensored History of America's Top Secret Military Base, Annie Jacobsen Su…
 
or Not All Steampunk Is About Whitey Victoriana! - Nisi Shawl, Everfair Show Notes Today’s Book(s): Everfair: A Novel Additional Books: King Leopold's Ghost: A Story of Greed, Terror, and Heroism in Colonial Africa Heart of Darkness Heart of Darkness (Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism) Things Fall Apart Academic Citations: Achebe, Chinua. “An …
 
Wherein Bluestocking tries to describe the indescribable nature of a migraine Show Notes: Black Phoenix Irish Coffee Buttercream Black Phoenix Spiced Rum Buttercream Coffee Margaret Killjoy, The Lamb Will Slaughter the Lion, Chapter 1 Margaret Killjoy, “I’m Not Even Going to Try to Pass” “We’re Still Here” Kickstarter Episode Music courtesy of Free…
 
or How the Clockwork Slaves Found Their Names - Ian Tregillis, The Alchemy Wars Trilogy Show Notes Today’s Books: The Mechanical (The Alchemy Wars) The Rising (The Alchemy Wars) The Liberation (The Alchemy Wars) Citations: Flush Times and Fever Dreams: A Story of Capitalism and Slavery in the Age of Jackson Southern Horrors: Women and the Politics …
 
Wherein the steampunk survivalist becomes learned in the best methods for the procurement, sanitization, and storage of delicious and life-maintaining water Show Notes: All material courtesy of Margaret Killjoy and Steampunk Magazine Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.Org: “Cantina Rag” by Jackson F. Smith Episode Sounds courtesy of FreeSou…
 
or Why the Capable Ladies of the Clockwork Century Don’t Need Your Mansplaining - Cherie Priest, The Clockwork Century Series Show Notes Today’s Books: Boneshaker (The Clockwork Century) Clementine (The Clockwork Century) Dreadnought (The Clockwork Century) Ganymede (The Clockwork Century) The Inexplicables (The Clockwork Century) Fiddlehead (The C…
 
Wherein Bluestocking offers abject apologies, deepest regrets, and piss-poor excuses for delaying this week’s episode Show Notes: Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.Org: “Ladies, Take Me With You” by Doctor Turtle Episode Sounds courtesy of FreeSound.Org Contact Us! http://www.SPDHPod.Com steampunkdollhouse@gmail.com Twitter: @spdhpod Faceb…
 
Wherein the steampunk survivalist becomes learned in optimal locations in which to build their shelters and what materials are best for shelter construction Show Notes: All material courtesy of Margaret Killjoy and Steampunk Magazine Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.Org: “Royal Vagabond” by Jockers Dance Orchestra Episode Sounds courtesy …
 
or How a Privileged White Edwardian Man Had His Eyes Opened Rather Forcefully - Michael Moorcock, Nomad of the Time Streams Series Show Notes Today’s Book(s): The Warlord of the Air (A Nomad of the Time Streams Novel) The Land Leviathan (A Nomad of the Time Streams Novel) The Steel Tsar (A Nomad of the Time Streams Novel) Citations: Headrick, Eliza…
 
Wherein the listener is introduced to the manner in which a steampunk might survive the inevitable apocalypse Show Notes: Content provided by Margaret Killjoy & Steampunk Magazine Episode music courtesy of freemusicarchive.org: "The Royal Vagabond" by Jockers Dance Orchestra Episode sounds courtesy of freesound.org Visit us! If you prefer you can a…
 
Everything has to begin somewhere, and for the Steampunk Dollhouse, this is that beginning. It’s not great, it’s probably not even good. It really actually sounds as if it was cobbled together in someone’s garage, which, I guess, really does make it steampunk after all! Welcome to the Steampunk Dollhouse! Watch out for the rolling doors, they’re su…
 
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