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Do you know the truth?

He sought acclaim as a mathematician.

That was Ramanujan’s cover story for traveling from India to Cambridge.

Few knew his true mission. Tracking down a murderer.

Steampunk meets murder mystery as you learn the true story of one of the most famous mathematicians of the past century.

  • The Physics of Airships

    Attribution: 2019

    If there’s one thing that pops up in countless steampunk stories, it’s airships. Have you ever wondered about the physics of airships and how they work?

    To kick things off, let’s start simple. What is the premise of ANY type of air craft? To travel through the air, duh!

    But I’m talking about the […]

  • Top 9 Free Steampunk Science Fiction Books

    I don’t know about you, but a steampunk science fiction book is the perfect thing to curl up with (especially if you’re on fall break vacation!) What’s even better is if you can scoop them all up FOR FREE! So check out this list of free steampunk science fiction books!

    Red Gambit

    Against an unholy army of […]

  • Top 6 Steampunk Video Games You Should Be Playing

    It’s 2020 and you are itching for a new video game.

    Steampunk is wickedly diverse. You can be in 19th century London, some futuristic dystopian world built on steam-powered mechanicals, or an early 20th century magical realm where everyone dresses Victorian.

    With these constraints (or the lack thereof), there are some cool choices out there. Check […]

  • What is Dieselpunk and Why Should I Care?

    So you like steampowered, 19th century, foggytown based stories. You’re a steampunker, through and through. Have you heard of dieselpunk? And if so, should you even care?

    The answer is…uhh…yeah!

    Dieselpunk is commonly set post-WWI (or The Great War as it was called back in the day). It has a dirty, grimy look and feel.

    For a […]

  • Top 4 Steampunk Movies You Need to See

    If you dig steampunk and all its mechanical goodness, then check out this sweet list of movies you should be checking out.


    Hugo is an adventure film produced in 2011. It centers around a 12-year-old boy in 1930s Paris.

    At first, he and his father are attempting to fix an automaton in a museum that can […]

  • Why Does Steampunk Resonate Today?

    Steampunk is a world not just of books, but arts, crafts, clothing and more. It’s based upon 19th century steam-powered technology. Victorian & Edwardian clothing, and mechanically-styled tech.

    We’re living in the 21st century, so why does steampunk resonate today?

    I have a hunch. A guess. Stick with me on this.

    Odds are, you have a smartphone […]

  • Why Don’t We Use Steam Power Anymore?

    For all you steampunk romance fans and steampunk mystery huggers, maybe you’re wondering why we don’t use steam power anymore? Being the cornerstone of the steampunk ethos, what REALLY happened that loosened this technology’s grip on society?

    This question is wrong. Or at least, backwards. We use steam power every day. Just not in the way […]

  • Top 4 Steampunk Romances YA Readers Will Love

    Do you like a nice romance? And if you love that mixed in with airships, diplomatic meetings with elves, or excursions in London, then you’ve come to the right place. Check out these top notch steampunk romance novels!

    Brass Carriages and Glass Hearts

    Oliver Reed is a by-the-book detective-inspector who has dealt with Emme’s borderline-illegal activism in […]