Over at the RT Book Reviews blog, Morgan Doremus has a terrific interview up: Three Ladies Who Love A Good Steam. The interview is with the three authors behind Samhain Publishing's steampunk romance anthology, Silk, Steel, & Steam. They are: Mari Fee ("Bluebeard's Machine"), Sahara Kelly ("Flavia's Flying Corset"), and Tilda Booth ("Stealing Utopia").
The questions were so thoughtful, I found myself contemplating them after I finished reading the authors' responses:
Morgan Doremus: In "Stealing Utopia", some of the characters believe that by cracking a human’s neurochemical code, scientists could measure the true capacity of the human brain and therefore found a perfect world. However, Jane believes that “no good has ever come from tinkering with the human condition in such a way.” Which side do you fall on in this debate?
Anyway, I'm passing on the link for your reading pleasure. Enjoy!