Who We Are

Launched in 1995 by Tee Morris, Imagine That! Studios was originally a print design company, and over the years it covered all varieties of Morris’ consulting work.

In 2011 Imagine That! moved into the realm of producing digital and print fiction from husband and wife team Tee Morris and Philippa Ballantine. Their books cover all kinds of fantasy, science fiction, horror and steampunk.

Philippa (Pip) Ballantine

coto_beginningHailing originally from Wellington, New Zealand Philippa writes in the speculative fiction genre, and is most known for her work in fantasy and steampunk. She can be found at www.pjballantine.com

Novels

For Ace Books

  • Geist
  • Spectyr
  • Wrayth
  • Harbinger

For Pyr Books

  • Hunter and Fox
  • Kindred and Wings

For HarperCollins

  • Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel (Winner of the 2011 Airship Award for Best steampunk writing) co-written with Tee Morris
  • The Janus Affair: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel co-written with Tee Morris

Short fiction from Imagine That!

  • Magic by Gaslight
  • The Straw Garden
  • The Little Clockwork Mermaid
  • In the Beginning

Reviews

Pip Ballantine’s Magic by Gaslight is a nice, short gaslight fairytale, easily read in an evening or during one good soak in the tub. It offers mystery, magic, love, and an interesting look at the side-effects, when two magic-users… oh-oh! Spoiler alert! Pick it up. Do it! You know you want to!

The Traveller’s Steampunk Blog

Aladdin and His Wonderfully Infernal DeviceTee Morris

Tee’s non-fiction books have become invaluable reference tools in social media while his speculative fiction has delighted and enthralled fans all over the world.

Technical

Editorial

Fiction

Novels

For HarperCollins

  • Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel (Winner of the 2011 Airship Award for Best steampunk writing)
  • The Janus Affair: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel

Short Stories and Novellas for Imagine That!

  • Aladdin and His Wonderfully Infernal Devices

Aladdin and his Wonderfully Infernal Device is a beautiful Steampunk Fairy Tale for Steampunks young and old. It is the perfect bedtime story to introduce your children to Steampunk and the first one I will read to my son. I also highly recommend reading it if you feel down. It will make your day brighter, promise! The little jewel gets the full reinforced squadron 10/10 Zeppelins and the badge of honour.

The Traveller’s Steampunk Blog

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