Clockpunk Explained: Fantasy Author Releases New Tell-All Video

Posted February 19, 2015 by Patrick1Gall

1888 PressRelease - Award-winning author Lita Burke describes the unusual blend of traditional fantasy with the gritty Steampunk genre.

Denver, CO - Author Lita Burke has release a new video that explains the merge of fantasy magical elements and Steampunk into the hybrid genre she calls Clockpunk Wizard. The free video is available for immediate viewing on Lita Burke's stories take place in a Renaissance-style world featuring the young Wizard Kadmeion and his half-elf assistant, Sir Bright.

"Many fantasy fans are familiar with Steampunk and its icons of corsets, top hats, and welder goggles," says Ms. Burke. "Clockpunk is the gentler cousin of Steampunk, and features Leonardo da Vinci technology, clockworks craft, and the mechanical man."

The blend of fantasy creatures and clockworks are not the only elements of Lita Burke's world of Clockpunk Wizard. Her characters live in a plate-shaped ocean world and use fantastic airships to travel between islands that float above the sea.

"The video tells more about Kadmeion's fun, but mixed-up world. It also reveals a few secrets about my Clockpunk Wizard story, Old Bony Blue Eyes."

Visit for more about Old Bony Blue Eyes and other fantasy stories.

About Lita Burke
Lita Burke's Clockpunk Wizard stories include Forever Boy, Ephraim's Curious Device, and Old Bony Blue Eyes. For more information about her books, videos, and fantasy worlds, go to

About Old Bony Blue Eyes
Old Bony Blue Eyes is available now as an e-book at these online retailers: (AISN B00EW4BJKA), (ISBN 9781301404131) and (ID 2940148789796).

About Tell-All Video for Clockpunk Wizard
The free video may be seen on YouTube at

Contact Information
Lita Burke
LitaBurkeWriter ( @ ) gmail dot com
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Last Updated February 19, 2015