T. E. MacArthur is an author, artist, and historian living in the San Francisco Bay Area with her constant companion, Mac the cat. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in History from Cal State University and spent many an evening in subsequent Anthropology, Geology, Criminal Investigation and Art classes. Writing remains, however, her passion. She has written for several local and specialized publications and was even an accidental sports reporter for Reuters with three national bi-lines. The Volcano Lady series is a two volume (for now)set to follow the adventures of Victorian lady scientist Lettie Gantry, and is her first in publication. To put it mildly, T.E. has a love for all things Victorian (history and clothing from 1870 – 1890 in particular) and is having a lifelong affair with the writings of Jules Verne.
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For an author or a budding author, is it worth one’s time, energy, and money to attend Steampunk conventions and events. After reading an article by Jay Lake, the Guest of Honor at Gaslight Gathering (San Diego) 2013, one might conclude the answer is no. But I would like to…
The second Yankee Must Die novella is ready for release. But wait! An Exclusive for attendees of Clockwork Alchemy The Bay Area’s Steampunk convention May 24-27, 2013 San Jose, California – Double Tree Inn A Special offer (shhhhhh – I’m not telling yet. Check back here for details. I promise…
Did I mention that I suffer from “insufficient reluctance syndrome” aka volunteerism! But this looks like so much fun!I’ll be in Calico Ghost Town for the Wild West Fest in April!!! Here’s the announcement from the events planner:We have added another panel to the WWF! Very exciting and more yet…