The Crossroads of the Aether
Victorian Adventure Enthusiast Interview: The Rise of Æster…Continue
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"Battery" by Driving Mrs Satan is the Sepiachord Song of the Day:…Continue
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Once in a while a girl needs to 'Let her hair down, run bare foot in the grass, dance in the moonlight and seek out the Roguish company of her fellow Gypsies, Pirates and other Rascals.....'
In an attempt to make my Steampunk personas life experiences a little more…Continue
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I hadn't been going to Tekkoshocon for a few years. They had moved from the Convention Center to a downtown hotel and there simply wasn't room for them. Far too many people packed into far too small a space so I stopped going. They returned to the Convention Center last year but I didn't go then either. I think I saved myself $30 and went to Steel City Con instead. This year I went with my…Continue
Mishkin & the Wind-up Boy~ http://www.sepiachord.com/index/mishkin-the-wind-up-boy/
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Excelsior hits their crowd-funding goal~…Continue
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It's been a hectic pace this year, and I thought it might slow down a bit after the release of Simpletons. But, no! That was only the beginning!
We're in the running for the Steampunk Chronicle Readers Choice…
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Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending April 6th~…Continue
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Victorian Adventure Enthusiast Interviews William A. Barton http://www.victorianadventureenthusiast.com/index/98/
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Boston Metaphysical Society comicbook~…Continue
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Jack’s War 1
Across the empty field races a lone figure, heading for a gully near the center of
the field he looks over his shoulder as he nears its edge and tumbles over the edge
disappearing from view.
In the woods the night sounds of birds and crickets singing and the frogs croaking
add a soothing melody to the forest. With no warning the song is brought to an abrupt end
when a hiss that would be more at home in the depths of hell rises…Continue
The conclusion to the Airship Ambassador interview with Jim Trent, creator and designer of the steampunk card game, Twisted Skies
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Westward: A Steampunk Western RPG…Continue
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"Something In The Way" by Walter Sickert is the Sepiachord Song of the Day:…Continue
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Victorian Adventure Enthusiast Interviews: Marcus Rowland…Continue
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ACT II: The group step through the doorway. The room looks to be the same size as the machine room. It is filled with tables, shelving units, and, literally, armoires with glass or some other transparent material in the doors so their contents are visible.
L.T. This is... an armory! I've never seen so many weapons all in one place!
There seems to be no one else in the room, so everyone spreads out a bit and looks around. The first things they see are…
You can adopt one of this little guy’s friends:
There are all 100% hand sew by…Continue
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This is a question I was asked in an interview recently and, I must admit, my answer is quite boring.
Inspiration tends to come from where I live. That's it. Yes, I look outside, and then the little gears in my mind start turning, and I get busy.
The Aetheric Artifacts series came from my two years living in England. The books I am working on now are much, much more American in…
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Good morning, friends.
I come before you this morning in yet another attempt to establish a semi-regular presence to let my friends on the site know that I'm still alive and kicking. As a writer, I don't have something dramatic to say every week, nor even every month. I had a former friend who posts a detailed update of her writing progress every…Continue