Dr Sage intends on only taking a short trip, traveling specifically to a war-torn period of time to help ensure her demise. What she ends up facing is horrors beyond her imagining. Abigail says, “human actions in extremis are worthy of study,” but these memories may be more than Dr Sage can swallow.
Dover Whitecliff writes steampunk, sci-fi, and fantasy. She co-edited and wrote stories for the steampunk anthologies Twelve Hours Later, Thirty Days Later, and Some Time Later. Dover is the co-author of The Stolen Songbird, and her first solo novel The Superspy with the Clockwork Eye is coming soon.
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By day, Anthony Francis builds intelligent machines and emotional robots; by night he writes science fiction and draws comic books. He’s best known for the Skindancer urban fantasy series featuring magical tattoo artist Dakota Frost, beginning with the award-winning Frost Moon and its sequels Blood Rock and Liquid Fire. He’s published over half a dozen steampunk stories, including “The Fall of the Falcon” read by Sage and Savant. All these stories are woven into a universe of adventure that continues in his new novel, Jeremiah Willstone and the Clockwork Time Machine.
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Being forced to dress for dinner has a rather deleterious effect on our Doctor’s sense of caution. Is it that her corset is too tight? The rustling silk of her skirts too heavy? The kid leather of her gloves to constricting? Whatever the cause, the result is a champagne-fueled flight into the far future under the shadow of the mysterious Charges du Faire.
Sage and Savant have grown complacent with their travels, taking the miracle of transmigration for granted, the doorways to other times and places as a given. The universe has a way of humbling those that do not show proper regard for these things. In this month’s episode, Our heroes discover what it is like to lose one of their own and what lengths they will go to in the quest to retrieve a friend.
Dr Sage has been exploring the connection of music to time travel. Music also plays a big role in our episodes, most especially with our Featured Artists. Music can change the way we look at life. We look forward to increasing the role of music in future episodes and letting Dr Sage discover the role of music in her own life.
Seeking further enlightenment, Dr Sage and Prof Savant travel back to 2nd century China. In this time, Dr Sage learns that time travel can be a “ruff,” leaving Savant to fumble his way through the concepts of immortality.
Doctor Sage went to Italy for the holidays and fell in love. Now she must rebuild her heart and refocus her energies on the work of navigating time and space. This month we join our Steampunk adventurers on a journey to the New World and an introduction to Viking culture in VIKINGR. Never doubt the power of electrical charge and one woman’s determination to change the course of history.
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Is it ever the right time to fall in love? Can the affections of Dr Sage affect her decision to return to her own time? Will the cries of Professor Savant save Dr Sage?
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Dr Sage is determined to go farther than she ever has before, and she succeeds, sending her and Professor Savant back to Renaissance Italy.
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