The Crossroads of the Aether
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You may go here to learn more about our Steampunk short film "Engines of Destiny", soon to begin filming...hopefully!
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Years ago... As an inventor and archeologist, The Scientist owned his very own library - minimal 500 books. On that day I was to sort out his possesions, I remembered thinking…Continue
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The Civil War began 150 years ago today. Librarian Bill Lucey has a great list of sites and occasions marking the event.
Many thanks to Julie for sending in this story about Enrique Gaspar, whose time traveling story was published seven years before the one by H.G.…Continue
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Recent Immigrant to Valrico, Florida from the North.
Always looking to make the acquaintance of other Victorian expatriates to this Time and Place.
-Outfit(s): I currently have:
Black Wool "John Bull" style Top Hat
Black Cotton Brigade style Waist Coat
White Linen Shirt or White/Black/Grey Band Collar Shirt
Black, Tartan-weave Canvas Waist Kilt
Black wool Kilt Hose w/ flashes…
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I need your help! I'm not going for first place, I just want to get close. I know with this being my first cover contest that I could come in dead last..LOL. But it would reall rock my world if I could get just a few votes.
http://www.authormeetingplace.com/ampcontests/bookcovercontest.html It is super easy...you just scroll down the page and type in the name of my book and your emil…Continue
Added by Robin Renee Ray on April 11, 2011 at 6:56pm — No Comments
A year has passed, and these monthly writings seem to be the only time I have to reflect on what has been happening in my life. The amount of information they force feed us every day is unbearable. My memorization skills have never been put to such a dramatic test. The first three months here in Oxford had been disappointing. Where I thought I would be able to explore more of the environment, I was secluded to my room, studying for a myriad of tests.…Continue
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I have, like many of you great members of the Empire, wanted a land to call our own; a land where science fiction and fantasy unite with reality. A land where man can be transported back to the granduer days of the late 17th to early 19th centuries, where England was Victorian and Technology was on the rise. An era of Empires and Revolutions, of Industry and Reform.
What would you say if I had bought up enough plot of used lands and supplies to build a city of stone, steel and glass…Continue
At the moment of impact, I wasn’t surprised when a life flashed before my eyes. I just expected the life to be my own.
The silver Porsche must have been doing eighty when it hit black ice. I couldn’t swerve, couldn’t get out of the way. There was nowhere to go as the Porsche whipped around, skidding toward my little car. Headlights rushed toward my windshield, flooding everything with brightness, obliterating the night. And then I was – someplace else. A…Continue
Added by Stephanie Abbott on April 10, 2011 at 9:13am — No Comments
I have decided to start a new diary, as I feel that I am entering a new stage in life. I have even adopted a new name. It has been nearly a year since I returned to America, and I have met many interesting individuals. However, only now do I truly get the sense that I am back in mind and spirit. It is as though everything I have done has led to this moment, to the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
I am fortunate enough to experience many parts of the Columbian…Continue
Added by Mina Mori on April 9, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Since yesterday at night I have a cabaretish/steamy podcast in spanish language named "Cabaret de Medianoche". My intention it's show different musicians and step by step add sections and add collaborators to my midnight cabaret. You can visit it here.
Added by Xavi Quero on April 9, 2011 at 5:18am — No Comments
The custodian methodically tried another key in the lock. He gave a resigned sigh and selected the next key. This was only the first room in a series of five likely candidates for the home of the Seshat.core computer. After the custodian's "ring of office" keys had proved unsuccessful, he had moved on to a collection of keys that he had unearthed in his room. There had been an earthen jar full of keys, keys pushed to…Continue
Added by C.D. Fleur on April 8, 2011 at 7:16pm — No Comments
In modern life we embrace function not form. It makes us more productive and its cheaper. Why buy something hand made when you can get the same thing for at least less then half the price. Hand made objects do the same things that factory made things do, or do they? Hand made clothing may be slightly uneven or miss a uniform stitch or two but they tend to last longer and have a special uniqueness. Whether we like it or not, as humans we are each special and unique. This can be seen as a…Continue
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