The Crossroads of the Aether
Here goes a link to artist Paul McCue's beautiful [and very interesting] website locate here---> modulicious...
Nice little Q&A interview from Ryan Le Blanc. Check out his great…Continue
MobiCon XVI Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror, 17 – 19 May 2013, in Mobile Alabama
It’s time once again for that annual southern treat of MobiCon, a Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror convention held in Mobile Alabama! I have attended a fair number of MobiCons over the past decade or so and always enjoyed the laid-back southern fen that operate and attend MobiCon. The committee’s hard work always makes MobiCon a great…Continue
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Otherwise known as "Everything Went Better Than Expected."
So, here's the deal: while I'm not new to steampunk, I am new to the steampunk community. I was raised by trekkies and my father taught me about the various punks and the ins and outs of sci-fi and fantasy at a young age. So, I've been doing steampunkish stuff and enjoying steampunk work for a while, but actively avoided the community since I'd been warned that most steampunks were "snobby historical recreation costumers…
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It's out, finally! Around 8 months of 8-10 hours days spent on it.
Milk Of Ruin is a feel-good adventure story more than anything else. A story about searching for something and finding yourself. It's set in a post-apocalyptic America, or what is left of it (mostly Texas). Two friends go off in search of fortune and excitement and meet two (female) bandits who help them. It's steampunk, weird west, fantasy...
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Author Bio: Marie Sumner never grew out of playing dress-up. She writes to share her passion and offer advice to others regarding costumes for Halloween, anime conventions, renaissance fairs, and other fun dress-up events.
Dressing up is one of my favorite hobbies, so I find excuses to dress up all year long. After all, Halloween is great, but why should we limit ourselves to awesome costumes only one day of the year? For this reason, I participate in cosplays, renaissance…Continue
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I spent the next two years in side Arrum manor. I was not permitted to leave until my training was completed It was basic training in arms, hand to hand, time slicing, and jet pack 101. I'm not that great at hand to hand but i'll fly circles around anyone in Bathurst company. It was a grueling two years, Sensei Tanglou the martial arts expert loved to use me as the example in class. kuruzk the arms trainer is an old world Russian not sure if he's from ww2 or before…Continue
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We are proud to say that despite the silence? We are hard at work. Unfortunately, no one has killed one another yet, making the set a relatively fun and creative environment instead of a much more entertaining Battle Royale of gossip, intrigue, and murder.
On that note, updates!…Continue
My journey began in the little dirt covered town of Edgewood, New Mexico. The year was 2009 couldn't tell you the day or month (I never remember that stuff, I think there was snow on the ground... I think...anyway). I was driving down a dirt road on my way to a friends house when two oddly dressed gents. came cashing onto the road I slammed on the brakes and slid towards them. This is a great way to star the day I thought to myself.
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Unfortunately, women are often conspicuous by their absence in the more classic steampunk literature. Take 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea for instance. There is no doubt that it’s a fantastic novel from the author that many consider to be the father of the genre but reading it, one could be forgiven…Continue
These are Steampunk designs from my friends at Lastwear. Quite decidedly Steampunk in most cases.
Today's steampunk shout out goes to Jolene Schafer, the creator of the etsy shop: PlatyMorph. This woman is an inspiration and magical creator of steampunk masks that are more creative than most I see.
The best thing about her though? At least for me. She is allowing me to use two pictures from her mask collection for Gravely Inanimated! I came up with this idea to add pictures between chapter and the two masks I'm using fit the characters of Aeron and Lucy very well.
Added by Esther Wheelmaker on January 21, 2013 at 7:51am — No Comments
Hello my lovely's. I have returned from my exploits in Paris, France. I had a wonderful time investigating the area and deciding whether the second book in the Zombiepunk Series should take place there.
The excitement of being in a city with so much history and art could not have inspired me more. I plan to do a longer article on the events that took place there.
Until then please have a gander at some pictures I took while I was there:…
Added by Esther Wheelmaker on January 7, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
By: Esther Wheelmaker
Zombies limped toward me, bloody and disfigured, a chaste moon slinging shadows against their lurching fingers. Their crimson-splattered mouths hungry for my flesh. A few pulled the lower half of their bodies with their ashen, supple hands.
Some faster than others; those ones must have fed recently. How I had been stupid enough to head home from a…Continue
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Okay gents, after much research and shopping I have discovered one sad fact. Men's shoes and boots haven't changed all that much in the last 200 years. With the exception of the ubiquitous “trainers”, you can pretty much put anything on your feet and if it fits the rest of your style, well, you can wear it.…Continue