The Steampunk Empire
The Crossroads of the Aether
A group for Australian steampunks.
Latest Activity: Apr 13
Started by Prof. Sebastian Fate. Last reply by Prof. Sebastian Fate Apr 13.
Started by James R. Murray. Last reply by Karen J Carlisle Mar 19.
Started by Rick Lawton. Last reply by Rick Lawton Jul 22, 2014.
Anyone attending ' Ironfest 2015 ' at the Lithgow Showgounds , April18-19th ?
Sounds like a hoot with a mish-mash of Steampunk , historical re-enactors and cosplay .
Day admission is $35 for adults $25 for children with weekend passes at $55 for adults and $35 for children . Family passes are $95 or $140 for the whole weekend .
Lithglow is apparently a two and a half hour drive from Sydney or trains run hourly from Central Station on the Blue Mountains line .
Sounds like fun .
Issue 76 of the magazine ' Wargames - soldiers and strategy " now available from local newsagents is devoted to Steampunk under the general heading of ' Adventures in the Age of Steam . ' Many Steampunk figures produced for table-top games are reviewed and scenarios including a hunt for Jack the Ripper are presented .
I would hope that the eye-candy on offer ( and some of the miniatures are mouth watering ) might interest readers in the wider implications of the term ' Steampunk . '
thanks @Prof Sebastian Fate
Congratulations and best wishes .
I launched my book trailer today:http://karencarlisle.purplefiles.net/2015/03/29/book-trailer-introd...If you just want to see the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wbqvp-lQ5DUI had fun making this. Already started on the next one.
Just to let you know, my latest steampunk-lite/historical fiction novella is up on Kindle Worlds (Suffrajitsu).
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Some exciting news: Decay, the second book in my Steampunk series the Tesla Evolution (set in the Australian outback) has been chosen by UK's respected review site, the Bookbag, as one of the top ten self published books of 2014.
Hot on the heels of being awarded runner-up in the SelfPublishingReview's Full Moon 2014 Science Fiction Awards.
Looks like fun , Angelus . Hope it does well .
So Steampunk Aficionados:I present to you my latest creation, which has been brewing for the last few years. Made by one of your very own antipodeans.
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