You may remember I began a competition to win a copy of Steampunk Style – the wonderful steampunk How-To book with oriental inspiration. You can read the review by following the link below. Continue reading →
Filmonic posted an interesting article earlier this year which showed a list of the 11 (why that particular number is beyond me when 10 is a perfectly rounded figure) films ever made that have a steampunk element. Continue reading →
Back in January 2014 I reviewed a pleasant book by the Sheffield Science Fiction writers. It contained a foreword by noted SF writer Ian Sales who was polite enough to point out that steampunk only takes the desirable elements of the Victorian era, missing out the less desirable parts.
For those of you that are unfamiliar with Tea Duelling, it’s a high pressure, high octane game of wits, intelligence, timing, bravery and strong biscuits. A Steampunk Guide to Tea Duelling is a handy book designed at shining a guiding light on a successful duel. Written by Kurt Khave, a paperback copy costs around $9 from Amazon. Continue reading →
Introduction Great steampunk adventures do not feel complete without airships, action, adventure and Queensbury rules. Attack of the Atomic Airships! is a fantastic book filled with adventures, mechanical wonders and an abundance of humour that would be a great read for most young adults. This book can be found on Amazon.co.uk brand new priced at £6.99 and is also available on Kindle for £1.98. Continue reading →