Looking for some more spooky fun? Check out Victoria L. Szulc’s piece about the Winchester Mystery House! Continue reading Check out the New Music Video “Seance” by Eli August
Leeds Steampunk Market was the very first actual steampunk event I ever went to back in 2013 when I had just got Steampunk Journal rolling. What I encountered there was some of the nicest people I’ve ever met in the … Continue reading Leeds & Bradford Steampunk Market Gear Up For Landmark Event
It’s been nearly four and a half years since I last managed to interview Professor Elemental. He’d been working the character for just over five years at that point and was already a firm favourite thanks to his ground breaking … Continue reading Interview with Professor Elemental
February 10th and 11th 2018 saw the third Whitby Steampunk Weekend held at the Pavillion of the famous coastal town. Famous because its Abbey was used as a location in Bram Stoker’s Dracula novel. Of course that has little to … Continue reading Whitby Steampunk Weekend III – Daytime Event Report
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
Strange Fictions Press launches a raucous and randy new title: POISON AND MERCY: A GIRLS’ ADVENTURE – an alternative history Steampunk spoof that evokes the underground erotica of the Victorian era. Mirroring the debauchery of London’s late 19th century Holywell Street … Continue reading POISON AND MERCY: A GIRLS’ ADVENTURE
PARADOX Media & Vau de Vire proudly present The 9th Annual The Edwardian Ball Los Angeles, and the spectacular debut of Los Angeles’s first- ever Edwardian World’s Faire. Born in the darkened hallows of a San Francisco nightclub, this multi-night, … Continue reading The Ninth Annual Edwardian Ball & World’s Faire, LA Line-Up Announced!
Spare and Found Parts by Sarah Maria Griffin From an exciting new voice in contemporary Irish literature comes a lyrical coming-of-age tale about friendship, ambition, and creation in the face of destruction. Nell Crane has never held a boy’s hand. … Continue reading Spare and Found Parts by Sarah Maria Griffin
Ever since the Captain strode onto the stage at Whitby Steampunk Weekend, I’ve been avidly following his moves. Waiting fervently for a copy of his album to review for the Journal. It’s finally arrived and I’ve spent the last two weeks letting the Captain’s smooth operatic voice slide into my ears.
Hidden Gems by Captain of the Lost Waves costs £12.00 and is available from the main website.
I first met Dave Redford from Every Black Day at a video shoot for another band The Storm Trees. Richard Nettleship had asked for steampunks as extras in his video and we both gave our time to help make it happen. I reported on it, which you can see by following this link. Dave is also a member of Sheffield Steampunk Society so when we saw each other again – admittedly a year or so later – he gave me a CD which contains a selection of the band’s music. Every Black Day have been around since 2012 and have been working the local gig scene … Continue reading Every Black Day EP sampler review