I had a sit down with Chad Canfield of the band Vardo late 2019, so we were due for an update about the band, the Steampunk community, and life for performers in general during 2020. PD: Hey Chad! Thanks for … Continue reading An Interview with Vardo’s Chad Canfield and How Covid Has Affected Performers
Here’s the scoop on Aethertopia For the 1st time since Steampunk hit the US, Aethertopia, a large Steampunk Festival like no other, arrives this July 7-8 at the Florida State Fairgrounds. Hosted by the Tampa Bay Steampunk Society. Unlike traditional … Continue reading Have you heard the news? The biggest Steampunk Maker’s Festival ever to be held in Florida is coming to the Florida State Fairgrounds!
February 10th and 11th 2018 marks the third Whitby Steampunk Weekend event as it progresses into its second year. In 2017 the event hit the ground running and has seemingly gained traction in the last 12 months. The third event … Continue reading Whitby Steampunk Weekend III “Just Like Heaven” – What to expect
A few days ago, Eric Jon Larson, the brains behind TeslaCon, asked a heartfelt question of his followers. He wanted to know if his event felt important to people, where it fit in their lives. He received a huge out-pouring … Continue reading Inspirational Words from one of Steampunk’s Biggest Event Organizers, TeslaCon’s Eric Jon Larson
We don’t get out much at the Journal. We’re so busy bringing you as much steampunk related news and articles that we’re stuck behind our aethernet difference engines all day. However, from time to time a small window of opportunity … Continue reading Sandbach Steampunk Market countdown!
An email has just been sent out to interested parties that the Victorian Steampunk Society have secured plans with the City of Lincoln to ensure the survival of Weekend at the Asylum for at least the next five years. Continue reading “Asylum secure for next 5 years”