Steampunk Crowdfunding Roundup: July 2016 Edition

It looks like a lot of Kickstarter folks must be on summer vacation, because there weren’t all that many projects going at the moment. But the ones that exist look really amazing, so check them out!

Lindsey Sterling rides the Fury Road

Lindsey Sterling has always been a little punk, especially with her “Roundtable Revival” video from last year, but her latest music video “The Arena” takes it to a whole new level.

Sarah Hans–East of the Sun

Welcome back to East of the Sun! This week we are exploring the Mediterranean sea, as well as Africa. As this is a very broad region, we’ve invited an author with a very broad scope. Please welcome Sarah Hans, editor of Steampunk World. Sarah is an author, editor, and educator. About a dozen of her […]

Mediterranea and Africa–East of the Sun

This week we’re visiting a very interesting part of the world. You know it as the home of olives and pasta, and maybe the beginnings of civilization. It’s the Mediterranean Sea, with all of it’s surrounding countries. Let me list off some of the important ones for you.

Beasts of Tabat by Cat Rambo

Beasts of Tabat is not a simple tale of good versus evil. This is a tale of shades of grey—of multiple perspectives—of overlapping areas of right and wrong. Cat Rambo has created a society where you cannot characterize anyone simply based on whether they are human, shifter, beast, or something else entirely. You have to judge the characters by their actions and motivations. It is easy to sympathize with some of the morally ambiguous characters in one chapter, only to be repulsed by their actions in the next.

Steampunk Crowdfunding Roundup: May 2016

What’s Going on Right Now? Apparel Ungodly Goodies, Ends June 4

Yamasong is Coming…

If you are a fan animated movies with dark undertones then you should be getting really excited right now. Yamasong: March of the Hollows is a new film from Dark Dunes Productions with a very Pan’s Labyrinth or Dark Crystal feeling about it. This upcoming adventure tells the story of a warrior and an automaton on an […]

The Not-So-Dreadful Penny

Whenever I travel I make sure to tuck several bright, shiny pennies into my handbag. Not because I want to spend them; after all, what can a person purchase for a penny in the current economy?* I carry them because I want to pay 50 times their worth to have them stretched by machines until the coins are almost unrecognizable as U.S. currency; And if unusual images and messages can be compressed onto their surface, so much the better.

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