Steampunk on Kickstarter Apr/May 2021

Ending Soon NESTRE — Steampunk Jewelry From Recycled Watch Movements Unique Steampunk Jewelry made by hand using old wrist and pocket watch movements & parts. Cufflinks, Earrings, Rings, Pendants etc. Ends April 28 Lots of Comics! HEIRS OF ISILDUR vs TALES FROM NOCTURNIA Vinyl Record+ Comic Steampunk, comics, medieval fantasy, and METAL all collide in: Heirs Of Isildur vs Tales From Nocturnia. This campaign brings both universes into the metal music world, and lets them duke it out with 5 songs each on an album that will be available as MP3s, on CD, and on collectible colored vinyl!   The campaign also centers around the special edition comic Heirs … Continue reading Steampunk on Kickstarter Apr/May 2021

Epic Music Novella ‘CANDY STORE’ from Dust Bowl Faeries and Director Lisa M. Thomas

For those who’ve been watching the rise of the dark carnival band, the Dust Bowl Faeries  on the steampunk circuit over the past few years you may have noticed some avant-garde music videos being released by the band’s Film Faerie … Continue reading Epic Music Novella ‘CANDY STORE’ from Dust Bowl Faeries and Director Lisa M. Thomas

New Kickstarter Campaign for the Next Boston Metaphysical Society – The Book of Demons – Happening NOW

Boston Metaphysical Society Comic Turns American History on Its Head BURBANK, CA.  Madeleine Holly-Rosing, writer/creator of the comic Boston Metaphysical Society announced the launch of her campaign to fund the printing of her next graphic novel, Boston Metaphysical Society: The … Continue reading New Kickstarter Campaign for the Next Boston Metaphysical Society – The Book of Demons – Happening NOW

Steampunk Panel at LitCon 2021 – hosted by Karen J. Carlisle

Last weekend, SJ editor Phoebe Darqueling helped put on LitCon, an online book convention for readers and writers. Karen J. Carlisle hosted a panel on the Steampunk genre with fellow authors Sharon Kemmet, Geoff Genge, Ged Maybury, and Michael Pryor. Continue reading Steampunk Panel at LitCon 2021 – hosted by Karen J. Carlisle