"I helped with running the Melbourne Steampump events for a few years. If you're encouraging interstate visitors, then recommendations for close by (and inexpensive) accommodation would go down well.
For the event itself, depends on what…"
"Miss Orton, As the Professor had pointed out, it is not your publication I have issues with, but the quantity of notices that remind me of a ticker tape parade. As a possible solution, perhaps the moderator of Empire may be willing to create a new…"
"I am glad this matter has been resolved, I am working on a story in which both Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson play a part in. And although I am a novice when it comes to the market and laws of writing and had no idea this was an issue. I would have…"
"Having published a Sherlock Holmes novel myself I have done a lot of research on this. Holmes and Watson are clearly in the public domain. The only work still in copyright is The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes (from 1928), and that only in America.…"
"Nope, steampunk does not require steam (or punk for that matter but that's another discussion). Steampunk is "Gonzo-historical" Victorian Fantasy. Interpret as you will.
Not that Bicentennial Man is anything but science fiction.
"I've read both Montague Summers book (which I own) and Varney (which I don't). I forced myself through Varney after getting a library copy some time back in the late 80s. It's not something I'd reread but it was an interesting…"
"Finished reading two off the steampunk lists recently.
The first was Space Captain Smith by Toby Frost. Very much the Space Opera feel with a steampunk makeover with lots of off the cuff pop-culture references. There's also a nod to the…"
"Worldshaker, and the sequel Liberator, are both written by Australian author Richard Harland. Young Adult steampunk fiction and I would recommend both.
Fair disclaimer, Richard is also a friend of mine but you should still read his books :-) "
Hi! The first Antique & Art Dealers Association of Australia Antique Show in Melbourne for years and years is on May 5 to 8 at the Royal Exhibition Building. I have some free double tickets for the opening gala night 6.p.m. to 9. May 5th for anyone who might come dressed up, in any era, and swan about with a glass of champagne. I am exhibiting. You can collect tickets at my shop in Clifton Hill or I can post them. (Google Roy’s Antiques)
Regards, Roy: a really, truly antiquaire, as you can see.