Head Writer Eddie Louise had the chance to sit down with the folks over at The Steampunk Tribune. She discusses the podcast, where it came from, the concept of the episodes verses the seasons, and TransMIGRATIONS, the novelization of Season one. Here are some highlights, but you can read the entire interview here.
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You can order your copy from Amazon today, available in paperback and e-book. If you have ordered the book from our site, we have not yet received our shipment. When we do, author Eddie Louise will sign them and we’ll ship them out right away. However, we’ve been told to expect delivery in early May.
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Novel to be available in e-book, paperback, and audiobook formats.
EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing expect to release the novelization of the popular Steampunk podcast “The Tales of Sage and Savant” in early May. Transmigrations will be the first of four books, each one covering a season of the podcast and the lives of the Doctor Sage and her friend Professor Savant.
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Popular Steampunk podcast “The Tales of Sage and Savant” to expand their story into a series of full length novels.
Eddie Louise, writer of the podcast “The Tales of Sage and Savant,” has signed a multi-book deal with EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing to novelize each season. By bringing the popular podcast to novel form, EDGE and Twinstar Studios hope to expand the audience with both e-books and trade paperback versions.
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And now for a short but sweet interview with Captain Shayna of DressLikeAPirate.com:
Q: Cap’n Shayna, when did you first get interested in pirates?
A: Well, I started many lifetimes ago as a Washerwoman at Southern California Pleasure Faire, so I always knew a subculture was there. I took a left turn in 1978 or so when I heard my first Ramones song and went in a different direction; it wasn’t until I went to a pirate themed wedding that I realized that the subculture was still there. Since I’m too punk rock for Renaissance, Pirate fits me perfectly.
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