Steampunk news round up 28/11/2013

Pagani Huarya hypercar interior
Pagani Huarya hypercar with steampunk inspired interior

Good day to you, dear reader. You’re obviously salivating at the prospect of the news items I received in my intray this week. Read on and learn of the wonders of a steampunk supercar. Look on in awe at the steampunk train station and learn of yet another play being given a steampunk work over.

Flickfilosopher.com have displayed a couple of photographs showing the Arts et Métiers steampunk train station in Paris.

The Edmonton Journal talks to author Marty Chan about his newest steampunk themed novel involving Harry Houdini and Nikola Tesla.

C:NET are at it now, trying to use the word steampunk as a buzz word to gain views. Apparently, the Morgan Aero Coupe is a steampunk supercar.

The Pagani Huayra has a steampunk inspired interior. There’s not enough copper piping or soot for my tastes, though.

Soundtrack.net have reported that Bear McCreary’s soundtrack score to The World of Steam: The Clockwork Heart television series. A set of bizarre programmes in a steampunk/twilight zone style.

Games.on.net have posted an article about Vertiginous Golf. A new computer game that is a crazy golf course levitated above the clouds. It has a steampunk theme and looks quite good.

The New England Carousel Museum will see a number of steampunk authors, performers and presenters converge on January 4th 2014 for a day of activities, according to courant.com.

Finally, everyone now knows about the first Haworth steampunk weekend and how successful it was. Of course I was in attendance for the Journal and I wrote a small article on it which you can read by clicking the link in the related articles below.

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