Archive for March 20th, 2007

Note on Length of short stories

Someone asked us what should the length of a submisson be, so here is a suggestion on the length based on the definition of  short story (taken from Wikipedia) – “In contemporary usage, the term short story most often refers to a work of fiction no longer than 20,000 words and no shorter than 1,000.”

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Dissertation on Medieval Automata

Elly Truitt of Harvard University’s Department of the History of Science is doing a dissertation on medieval automata in Western Europe, 1100-1550. This should serve as a good source material for people looking for background knowledge on automata of the times for use in Clockpunk.


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