Symposium 2018 – Presenter Application & Session Proposal

In order to make the 2018 International Steampunk Symposium the BEST Symposium to date, planning has already begun for April 27th to 29th, 2018, and we are currently gathering the most engaging and knowledgable presenters. If you would like to join our 2018 line up of seminar and workshop presenters, please read, review, and complete […]

Symposium 2017 Session – Steamy Swap Meet

Steamy Swap Meet. Hosted by Tank. An early bird swap meet in the Blue Ash room on Friday from 4PM to 6PM for an exchange of last minute costumes, props, and oddities.

Symposium 2017 Session – How to Punk Your Steam: Make it Supernatural

How to Punk Your Steam: Make it Supernatural. Presented by Phoebe Darqueling. Even though they were riding the coattails of the Enlightenment, the 19th century saw an increase in reports of werewolves, doppelgangers, and other things that go bump in the night. In an age of reason, how did people fall for it?

Symposium 2017 Session – Of Aether and Alchemy

Of Aether and Alchemy. Presented by Phoebe Darqueling. Steampunk writers love to create things like aether-powered airships and make their villains into alchemists, but with little understanding of where aether theory even came from or how the Victorians thought it worked.

Symposium 2017 Session – Twain Against Humanity

Twain Against Humanity. Presented by Quine Brengle. Mark Twain tells “the damned human race” what he really thinks.

Symposium 2017 Session – Mixology 101/210

Mixology 101/210 (21+). Presented by Calamity Dawn, Dorian Bridges, and Odetta von Kasek. A look into making fabulous cocktails!

Symposium 2017 Session – O Gothic Novel!

O Gothic Novel! Presented by Leanna Renee Hieber & Cherie Priest. A discussion about the beloved, the beleaguered, the magnificent and sometimes ridiculous Gothic Novel. Come on, you know you want to run away from a huge dark mansion in your nightgown. Let’s talk about it.

Symposium 2017 Session – LGBTQ in Science Fiction and Fantasy

LGBTQ in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Presented by Diana Pho. In recent years, queer characters are becoming more prevalent in science fiction and fantasy, but we still have a long way to go.

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