The Crossroads of the Aether
Hello, Steve here,
My fellow Denizens, that is members of Scribbler's Den, from the writer's best frequented part of the Empire, all tend
to have BLOGS and whilst I have tried to Blog, whatever that really means, I think it is the word that puts me…Continue
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Although not Steampunk, probably not good form for my first post, I am pleased to share with you the artwork for Pole to Pole's anthology "Hides the Dark Tower" which will include "Core Craving", a short horror story of mine. It has been rumoured that some well-known names in the horror…Continue
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What is Dracula: The Last Voyage of the Demeter ?
Dracula: The Last Voyage of the Demeter is a 60 minute Audio Drama. The funding from Kick-starter will pay for the studio, sound designer and composer, the director,…Continue
"I have some amazing…Continue
in 1883, an unscrupulous duo, the Dummond brothers, steal secrets from the first expedition to fuel their bold ambitions; to lead humanity into space and immortalize themselves in chronicles of history.
Cameron Dummond dreams to eclipse his father’s Earthly industrial…Continue
Added by Winfield H. Strock III on September 22, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
What follows is an introduction to the Steam in the Willows project that my dear friend and illustrator, Krista, has written. It first appeared on her blog for the project, and although I encouraged her to write a new introduction just for this blog she pointed out that the first one said everything she wanted to say, and more time spent writing simply meant less time illustrating!
So, if you are reading the title and thinking "what's that all about", the following will hopefully…Continue
Added by Mr. Rat of the Riverbank, Esq. on August 6, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Has it really been, yowser, that many months?
I'm still kicking, and so is the film. We had a great trip to ChattaCon this past weekend. Okay, the panel was a little scarce -- to those of you who came, thanks for the support! -- but there's nothing quite like leaving a nudist room-party and bumping into Emilie Bush from Steampunk Chronicle!
Engines of Destiny had the chance to sit…Continue
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More Mischief from the UK's own band of time Travelling Minstrels...Continue
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so I'd like to ntroduce The Ship's (b)Log of The Dark Design
It all goes according to plan it should be quite the read...
And here's the Link
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Check out one of my many crew members and her adventure to attempt to save me.....i really don't remember half of this stuff she is saying
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Back again, I see, for my less than regular chatter. The quandary at the moment which presents itself: I have been given a choice of two posters for an as-yet-unannounced special event taking place in New Zealand next March. A special charity concert evening, you see-- not mine, thankfully-- and I have been asked by my associate (the real 'star' of the March festivities) which background I prefer, pink or chrome. As I despise pink, I so wanted to say 'chrome'....but the pink is actually more…Continue
Added by Mrs. Emeline Warren on September 26, 2011 at 7:25pm — No Comments
I am a massive fan of everything steampunk, like lots of people here if possible i would make it my way of life.
But in todays world it gets harder and harder to express yourself without being ridiculed, i mean is it really a bad thing not wanting to look like any other person walking the street or not wanting to just look identical every other person in your work class ect. Its really disopointing that this is what we have come too.
So im going to order some nice…Continue
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I have been told a few times that recalling the memories I do have, will help me replace the ones I cannot recall. Sounds logical I guess, the mind like any muscle works better if it is worked out often. Maybe that’s why
I have focused so much on my intellectual endeavors as much as I have. At any rate, lets
get to it…