Five Minutes with Steampunk Author Nix Whittaker

This is a chance to learn a bit more about Nix Whittaker, author of the steampunk novel Blazing Blunderbuss.

Upcoming Spring Films

Spring is in the air – depending on the day. If the season is flirting with winter on your day off, it might be a good idea to head to the theater and enjoy the fresh crop of science fiction and fantasy films hitting the silver screen.

April 11th, 1908 – Germans Launch Armored Cruiser!

SMS Blücher was the last armored cruiser built by the German Empire. She was designed to match what German intelligence incorrectly believed to be the specifications of the British Invincible-class battlecruisers. Blücher was larger than preceding armored cruisers and carried more heavy guns, but was unable to match the size and armament of the battlecruisers which […]

Chesterfield Comic-Con After Action Report

This past weekend a few members of the Richmond Steampunk Society joined with members of the Steampunk Alliance of Eastern Virginia to promote our groups at the small but exciting Chesterfield Comic-Con. We were given three tables in the small Makers section of the convention. We shared the area with a demonstration of the library […]

Wheelworks: Ice Domes of the Bandit Queen – Episode 11: Cornered

Wheelworks by KT Sebastian Part one: Ice Domes of the Bandit Queen Episode 11 –  Cornered Cover art by RJ Cote/Kikuchiyo In our last episode, Lee and Brand found that life on the glacier is not what they have been led to believe. From their sumptuous lodgings, they can see the ice domes of the […]

Sinking City: Proof of a Lovecraftian Resurgence?

We seem to be in the midst of a Lovecraftian resurgence. Another studio is now hard at work on a tale of madness and monsters pulled from the pages of Lovecraft’s darkest mythos.

Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game

We may finally be getting the Lovecraftian horror game we need. Although the years have seen a host of more or less successful games based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft hit the shelves, they have a history of disappointment. And this shouldn’t be a surprise. After all, translating any piece of literary horror into […]

Okwui Okpokwasili’s Bronx Gothic Comes to the CAC

New York artist Okwui Okpokwasili brings her one-woman show, Bronx Gothic, to the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center this week. Ofeibea Loveless talked to the writer/choreographer about combining elements of the Victorian Gothic and West African storytelling, and exploring the concepts of darkness and innocence in her work.

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