Sunday Summary – January 25th, 2015

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So what did you miss this week?

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Monday, January 19th, a French scientist invented neon bulbs, we were warned about the sexually deviant ways of Steampunks, and finally got some details about the upcoming 2015 International Steampunk Symposium Games.

 

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Tuesday, January 20th, Britain went to war with China over drugs and tea, we learned more about grave robbing, and “How to Train Your Cosplay” was added the International Steampunk Symposium sessions list.

 

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Wednesday, January 21st, the first Opel car hit the streets of Germany, we had an exclusive interview with best selling author Gail Carriger, and SpaceFairy and her snake Capone were added as a bonus act to the Voodoo Carnival.

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Thursday, January 22nd, the Victorian Era ended and the Edwardian Era began, we interviewed Steampunk sculpture Anthony Jackson, and we had a lot of event recommendations for the weekend..

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Friday, January 23rd, Charles Lindbergh managed to annoy President Roosevelt, we opened up pre-registration to the 2015 International Steampunk Symposium Curiosities Exhibit, and “Weapon Etiquette and Safety” was added to the list of sessions at the Symposium.

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Saturday, January 24th, we discovered gold in California, a new series on Steampunk etiquette and how not to be a dick, and another new series was proposed, an “Agony Uncle” advice column with yours truly.

 

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Sunday, January 25th, Queen Victoria and her daughter Victoria both set wedding standards, we had the short story Agent of the Caliphate” by Geoffrey Mandragora, and then here we are with the Sunday Summary.

 

Coming Next Week . . .

If you are a fan of David Bowie and Labyrinth, you might not be after next week . . . plus we’ll have more about the Voodoo Carnival, the International Steampunk Symposium, AND for fans of Lovecraft and Cthulhu, a new weekly podcast!

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