The Crossroads of the Aether
So I have a website and I've been messing around with it a bit. Tried updating with blogs, photos you won't see here, readings, and soon radio dramas I will be a part of. …Continue
Added by The Duchess Nivi Nichole on October 28, 2015 at 8:15pm — No Comments
Went to The Yellow Book steampunk bar in Brighton last night. Great venue that has only been open a couple of weeks but already has a great following and customer base. A must-visit venue for anyone living in or passing through the Brighton area. And if you're visiting Blighty, why not swing by? After all if you've travelled all the way to the UK a few more miles won't matter.
An introduction to my current protagonist, Dr August Trueblood. This gothic short story was his first outing into my fictional world of Albion Magna.
Added by J. P. Paradise on September 27, 2015 at 8:48am — No Comments
-- Progress for US All --
-- Chapter 24 --
-- Episode 1 --
- The New Year -
- A Most Peculiar Pregnancy -
ADELE AMARYLLIS CALLOWAY
P. ALOYSIUS REGNAD
CAROLINE IOLANTHE SPRAGUE } The members of Calloway,…
Added by P. Aloysius Regnad on September 27, 2015 at 2:30am — No Comments
Yay! Professor Elemental, safari-suited steampunk rap warrior, gives his verdict on Children of Another Albion:
"It was a beautiful thing... some wonderfully silly moments and an adventure with lots of heart. Marvellous work!"
A very proud and happy J. P.
This is a link to one of my current (very slow) works in progress. Feedback appreciated to help me see if I'm hitting the mark.
Doctor August Trueblood, scientist, engineer and spy. A pinch of Holmes, a splash of Bond and a dollop of Flashman. Very good at getting himself into trouble, very bad at getting out of it. Recovering from a near-run thing in the New Forest our hero and his assistant, the able-fisted Tom Bachelor, take a break at the coast, only to be drawn into…Continue
Added by J. P. Paradise on September 24, 2015 at 10:11am — No Comments
Don't forget about the Steampunk & Industrial Show at Renninger's Antique Center October 17th & 18th. - Click Here to go to their promo page.
Some of my gadgets will be on display, and I'll be there for sure.
Added by Boscott's Diversities on September 23, 2015 at 12:30pm — No Comments
I find myself wishing I had something interesting to post, other than travelogues of lovely Ruritania, but alas such is not the case. The Muses have abandoned me and I sit alone in my study pondering adventures to Mars and other equally bizarre matters. I have never been a talented writer, so any hope of turning this mass of background material into something more than random scribblings seems a forlorn hope. Oh Ghost of Tolkien, rescue me!
Added by Graf Falke von Falkenhorst on September 21, 2015 at 1:58pm — No Comments
This is a short story I wrote a while back which was just really an excuse for some very bad punning. Apologies to all German members for my atrocious attempt at Teutonic comedy.
An Ode To Joy
High in the Bavarian mountains a single window was illuminated against the backdrop of a stormy night. Shining out in the top of the north tower of…Continue
(WARNING - This post contains what those reading my CR&A stories may consider to be spoilers. Or maybe not. Proceed at your own risk.)
I considered a lengthy introduction to this, but have decided to just answer the question in the title. A large number of my ideas come from my dreams. For instance, around 70% of the music I think up (such as it is) is something I first hear in a dream. Most of the fictional characters I imagine, as well as the places they inhabit…Continue
Added by P. Aloysius Regnad on September 10, 2015 at 8:54pm — No Comments
“What’s your name?”
Well, that’s a difficult question, isn’t it?
Is this a legal question? If this is all about legalities, my name is Allison Leigh Bell. If I’m at work, it’s shortened to Alis. As in, ‘in wonderland.’ My biological parents call me Allie. They’re the only ones left that do, and I don’t correct them. That came around when my body was born; what they decided to christen that screeching ball of life.
Do you know me for my online revolutions?…Continue
And here yet through I wander, a corridor met with shade.
No candle light nor lantern, to cause the darkness to abate.
The echoes laugh before me, and after I do pass
They mock the misdirection, and the confusion as it lasts.
Woe to the explorer, that might find themselves about.
For in these dire hallways, only fear is free of doubt.
A right turn then a left turn, and then a left again.
I find myself recounting steps, though my efforts be in…Continue
Added by Miranda Lockharte on August 31, 2015 at 4:54pm — No Comments
Added by Emily Egan on August 22, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments
This is my complete range of steampunk-tinged "Coggingtons" greetings cards to date, with more to come.
A few years ago, while going through a break-up, I had the idea for a picture – a robot holding his mechanical heart out as an offering. A few years later, I decided to put it onto a card and “The Coggingtons” were created.
A year and a half later and the range of cards…Continue
Added by Curtis Allen on August 20, 2015 at 4:05am — No Comments
Airship Ambassador interview with Steampunk'd Maker Tobias McCurry
Airship Ambassador recap of Steampunk'd, Episode 1
Added by Airship Ambassador on August 19, 2015 at 11:15pm — No Comments
I had a great time at the 2015 Symposium! Made some new friends. Parked the big white truck over in the Sears parking lot at the Mall & were joined later by some moving vans who dropped in to check out the Symposium. I did manage to take a fair amount of photos this time.
In May, we delivered a load to Sears! Too bad I was feeling ill at the time though. Parked at Walmart til I felt better, & drove to a regular truck stop. My teammate has been so excited about the annual, he's…Continue
Added by Refiner Morgan the Librarian on August 16, 2015 at 8:32pm — No Comments
She should have never showed me the scale. You never look at the scale...especially not when you think you've made progress. The scale is a liar.
Sure, my clothes haven't been fitting me as well as they did a couple years ago. Sure, married life and inactivity have put weight on me. But I don't think I look bad...I'm no lumbering hulk. I'm still skinny.
And yet, when I look at those Lolita dresses I've always wanted to wear, the best ones, the name…Continue
Added by Lady Emma Yorke on August 15, 2015 at 11:22am — No Comments
Airship Ambassador interview with Steampunk'd Judge, Matt Yang King -