About the Punkettes

YA author, Rebecca Sky has a strange obsession with clocks. (Her clock collection covers an entire hallway in her house.)
She'll be posting fun things she discovers about Clockpunk, and trying to promote the subgenre throughout this blog. Rebecca is rep'd by Mollie Glick of Foundry Media and Literary. To find out more about Rebecca check her out at--
email theclockpunkette[at]gmail[dot]com


Lindsay lives in Winnipeg, MB, Canada. She flies small private aircraft out of St. Andrews and Lyncrest airports, holds a commercial pilot's license, and has flown on skis, taildraggers and floats.  
She's inspired by tales of social upheaval, and writes about little people making a big difference in their worlds. Her stories tend to prominently feature aviation and flying. 
She's currently in the market for an agent to rep “Redwing,” a novel about the nation Avalice, as it plunges into a people's revolution whose outcome will be decided in the skies. 
Follow Lindsay's blog about writing and flying at http://lindsaykitson.com/
email  dieselpunkette[at]gmail[dot]com

E. Latimer resides in the city of Vancouver, BC. She became Steampunk obsessed after reading Gail Carriger's Parasol Protectorate series, but kept finding her own efforts at Steampunk fiction to be considerably more macabre. She is obsessed with all things dark and scary, and can often be caught describing things as "Tim Burtenesque". She buys far too many books and refuses to get an ebook reader until they make one that runs on steam. She is currently working on a dark Victorian fantasy story with steampunk elements, also known as "Dreadpunk".
Find out more -
email dreadpunkette[at]gmail[dot]com

Adelyn Sterling writes kissing books and woke up at 3a.m. to watch the royal wedding. She was first introduced to punk worlds through an obsession with Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow and the novels of Gail Carriger, but the Mythpunk novel Stardust, by Neil Gaiman, hold a special place in her heart.
She likes her steampunk with a little bit of magic and will be posting about all things Mythpunk on the blog. You can find out more about Adelyn and her writings at www.adelynsterling.com, http://fableandfancy.blogspot.com, or on twitter.

K.T. Hanna was born in Australia and met her husband in a computer game. Upon moving to the U.S.A., she went into culture shock. Bonus? Not as many creatures specifically out to kill you.
Notice that she met her husband in a computer game? Since Blade Runner lit that tiny techy spark, K.T. has been obsessed with all things computer, alien, and intermingled. She loves stories of all kinds that pull on computer driven interfaces, right through to virtual reality and cybernetics. 
Find out more about her on:
Her Website
Or email: thecyberpunkette[at]gmail[dot]com


  1. "Pterostichus madidus".
    Best Clock Punk Mascot. Ever.
    Tickingly Good Site, Aye.
    The Taisch
    "I'm not mAd"?
    MorE lateR . . .

    1. You are absolutely correct! I will do a post on this ASAP. I'm shocked I hadn't thought about the Black Clock Beetle sooner!

  2. I think you guys should add a small portion on cyberpunk. I myself am not that interested, but there are those who like slightly more modern things, and i feel like cyberpunk is a modern version of steampunk. I love all of your opinions on the punk genres, and I'd love to see what you think of cyberpunk!

    1. We just signed a new Cyberpunkette! Posts from here will be up shortly!

  3. is there anything here about atompunk

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  5. i ask because i really like the fallout video game series and i;m curious if there's anything else like fallout out there if anyone does not know what fallout is see here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fallout_(series) or here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzlqP1JfP1U

    1. We don't have anyone who blogs about atopunk. If you know someone send them our way, we're always looking to expand!