The Crossroads of the Aether
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Today just seemed to be a great day for steampunk for me! I'm currently in Missouri for a funeral, and my mother and I found this wonderful little antique store. I don't think they knew what they had! I found a wind up clock to take apart, an old box camera (said it was from 1909, only $20!!) And some very old protective glasses that I plan on wearing to teslacon. (pics below) And when we came back to the hotel, there was a documentary on the history channel about steam!! (however much I…Continue
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So these last couple of days saw the reboot of the screenplay wherein the design of the script is that it can be divided into 10-12 minute episodes for potential web broadcasting. Today I managed to retrieve much of the script and subsequently have 12 pages of script saved; just have to write the other 80 or so pages now.
The wonderful news is that I am now writing and working from my almost finished office which has been quite the learning…Continue
Added by Aloysius Fox on June 25, 2010 at 4:47am — 1 Comment
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My steampunk romance novella, 'Love in a Time of Steam' releases on July 15th, but it is available for pre-order now! You can follow this link http://tinyurl.com/2e2s6xx and for just 0.99 you can pre-order your copy! I am really trying to get at least 100 pre-orders, so if you like a little sexy romance with your steampunk give it a try!
Added by Elizabeth Darvill on June 23, 2010 at 10:13am — No Comments
Firstly let me caution you that this screenplay has nothing to do with steampunk; I merely use this as a journal of my writing efforts, however, once the screenplay is complete then I shall begin on my latest steampunk novel.
The screenplay is a horror "slash" flick I am writing for a friend who is an expert on cheap horror movies and being a video producer himself wishes to make a cheap horror movie. Today I fell into my cliche reboot of the story's outline, but…Continue
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It is with much embarrassment that I see there have been no journal entries from me since September MMIX, but suffice to say this past week I have started to write again. It is not the "steampunk" novel, no that's on the creative shelf for the moment, but I am working on a screenplay for a friend who is a professional videographer and wants to make a low budget horror movie.
I know very little on horror movies, but he is an expert. He admits to…Continue
Added by Aloysius Fox on June 21, 2010 at 5:00am — No Comments
I've always wanted to start a webcomic, and I thought I'd post some of my stuff, and get some feedback. It's supposed to take moments out of my personal life, and express how I felt in a depressing and humorous way. That's what I'm going for at…Continue
Added by Matt on June 20, 2010 at 7:26pm — No Comments
I went to a gun show today. I picked up a German hat rondel for Herr von Dreibach,a pistol magazine for myself and almost bought a model kit of the U.S.S. Arizona (my grand-uncle was executive officer). But the really neat thing I saw was a toy submarine.
It was metal, about 10 inches long, pointed on both ends. It had a conning tower of some sort in which was a way to access the wind up mechanism. The guy who was selling it had labeled it as being from World War One but I knew…
Added by Zebulon Vitruvius Pike on June 20, 2010 at 6:30pm — 1 Comment
The concept of the British Empire arouses pride, pomp, and nationalism, but the darker side of the spread of English…Continue
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