The Crossroads of the Aether
Sunday Magazine continues to be a great source of retro news with articles about…Continue
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I was approached by some friends to design some steampunk attire for them for this falls con, but when they found out that there was more to Steampunk than English wear, they looked at me puzzled. I mentioned how fun it would be if they brought their own personal cultures into their steampunk personas...then it hit me...is that something people would find interesting to wear? Too photography? To explore?
Or is sticking to the typical UK presented attire the only way to…Continue
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Sepiachord Playlist for the week ending July 10th~
Norfolk & Western: A Voice Through the Wall
DeVotchKa: I Cried Like a Silly Boy
Peculiar Pretzelmen: Burn Your House Down…Continue
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Looks like my story in The Immersion Book of Steampunk got bumped from the anthology to make room for a story by a World Famous Big Name Writer. Naturally, I'm disappointed, but I realize that it was a business decision and that the book will sell more copies with the latest line-up of writers. So my story got cut, but I have had another offer concerning it so all is not lost.
The current publication date is slated for an August release, with a launch at the UK FantasyCon in…Continue
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From the Chinese film version of "The Gallant Maid" titled "The Heroine"
He Yufeng was created by “Yanbei Xianren” and appeared in Ernü ying xiong zhuan (The Gallant Maid, 1851-1879). “Yanbei Xianren” was the pseudonym of Wen K’ang (1798- 1872), a local official in Anhui who came from a prominent Manchu family and was appointed imperial agent to Lhasa. The Gallant Maid is little-known outside of China but is popular…
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Well since discovering Steam punk and finding it suits me rather well. Or I should I say I finally found other people like minded as myself. My family and even my best friend all think I have lost it totally. Jumped 5 fathoms down off the deep end.
Now this is not totally a bad thing. For I have found when those closest to you feel you've totally lost it then there is a certain freedom to be found. In short nothing I do will surprise them any…Continue
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