Steampunk Movie Review: The Warrior’s Way

This is probably one of the coolest movies you have never heard of. It only ended up in my possession because The Mister was digging through a DVD bargain bin and came across something he thought I’d like. So we saddled up our whiskey 7’s and had ourselves a movie night.

Steampunk Book Review: A Matter of Temperance

By the time Ichabod “Icky” Temperance sent me a few of his books to review, we had already been friends online for a long time. He has been a faithful follower of my blog since the beginning, but it wasn’t until I got an e-mail talking about his books that I knew how he found his way to writing. He and his […]

Steampunk Crowdfunding Roundup, November 2016 Edition

Publishing The Time Traveler’s Trilogy, Ends Dec. 20 It’s 1815, and Wellington’s badly-outnumbered army stares across the field of Waterloo at Napoleon’s forces. Desperate to hold until reinforcements arrive, Wellington calls upon a race of monsters created by a mad scientist 25 years before. It’s 1815, and a discontented young lady sitting in a rose […]

Teapot Racing at Tesla Con

My last event during Tesla Con last weekend was the teapot races. Twenty-seven cars and racers were there for the event, not to mention a large and appreciative crowd. I talked to a few racers who said they’d seen the event at the International Steampunk Symposium earlier this year and it inspired them to give […]

Pandoracon Panel – 19th Century Fortune Telling Part 2

Continued from Part 1. Correction on the Lenormand cards – while they were based on Mlle. Lenormands reading style, she used playing cards and the cards were neither used nor developed by Mlle. Lenormand Robert allowed the audience to look at, play with, fondle, his cards as well. Palmistry

Pandoracon Panel – 19th Century Fortune Telling Part 1

Robert Scott, psychic and paranormal writer for the Pandora Society, presented on 19th Century Fortune Telling Saturday, November 12th at Pandoracon.

A Report from Motor City Steam Con’s ‘Victorian Salon’ Nov. 5

When you’re a vagabond like me, it can be really hard to meet new people and make friends. Being a Steampunk, I’ve already got a tribe, it’s just a matter of finding them! Luckily for me, the Midwest seems to be a hotbed of Steampunk activity. This past summer, the first Motor City Steam Convention was […]

Airship Ashanti Touts Multicultural Steampunk Calendar

This fall, Airship Ashanti is selling copies of its new 2017 multicultural steampunk calendar at local events. The calendar features members of the Cincinnati/Dayton steampunk community as well as holidays from cultures and religions around the world. HRA Ashanti Captain Mandisa Njeri says the group created the calendar to be more inclusive of the various beliefs, religions, and backgrounds […]

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