To the Home Cinema! -A Review of the television show “Houdini & Doyle”

To the Home Cinema! -A Steampunk Journal Review of the television show “Houdini & Doyle” by Victoria L. Szulc Houdini & Doyle is a television program loosely based on the friendship between Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini. The show aired in the U.K., U.S. and Canada in 2016. In the series, the keen sleuth and famous escape artist investigate both paranormal and human events. They are soon joined by the plucky London Constable Adelaide Stratton in their adventures. Victorian Murders and Mysteries From the very first episode, involving the questionable death of a nun in the Magdalene Laundries, we see the friction between Doyle, … Continue reading To the Home Cinema! -A Review of the television show “Houdini & Doyle”

All the Lovely Things You’ll Miss from the Edwardian Ball if Steampunk Journal Doesn’t Bring you the Story

The Steampunk Journal wants to bring you the full story, and is offering early content, extra content, beautiful photos, and a chance to attend the Edwardian Ball with Steampunk Journal Editor, Phoebe Darqueling. Only a few days left; blink and you’ll … Continue reading All the Lovely Things You’ll Miss from the Edwardian Ball if Steampunk Journal Doesn’t Bring you the Story

Old Bony Blue Eyes clockpunk story

In a land filled with twisty wizard’s magic and the 16th century technology of Leonardo da Vinci, comes the latest book by fantasy author Lita Burke. Fantasy author Lita Burke has released Old Bony Blue Eyes, a new story in Ms. Burke’s Clockpunk Wizard series. It is available as an e-book through Amazon.com and other online venues. Set in a plate-shaped ocean world where magicians fly fantastic airships between floating islands, Wizard Kadmeion embarks on a dangerous journey to Sir Death’s castle to win a spell book for a love-starved dragon. “Clockpunk is the mellower cousin of the popular Steampunk … Continue reading Old Bony Blue Eyes clockpunk story