After spending two days at Weekend at the Asylum, I’ve returned the grey bleakness of rain. I only attended for two days, but that time was an exhausting, yet exhilarating time. The seventh installment was even bigger than the previous version with a lot more to do and a lot more people involved. Continue reading “Weekend at the Asylum 2015 report”
Press release: The Monster Hunter: The Adventures of Benjamin Gaul is the first in the steampunk inspired trilogy following a teenage monster hunter, written by Kit Cox (aka Major Jack Union) and published on 30th October 2014. What’s it about? In this, the first of a series of tales about junior monster hunter extraordinaire Benjamin Gaul, Kit Cox – author of How to Bag a Jabberwock: A Practical Guide to Monster Hunting (2012) – once again takes us into his weird, wonderful and occasionally terrifying world. When Benjamin Gaul, the 13-year-old son of an English officer and his Sinhalese wife, … Continue reading Monster Hunter: The Adventures of Benjamin Gaul
My dear friends, I must apologise for missing last week’s news round up. Sadly, life sometimes gets in the way and so I had far too much to do to get this particular task executed in time.
So, here is this weeks offering of interesting items from around the known world. They include a reworking of a 400 year old play, figure reports for a large steampunk weekend in Pennsylvania, followed by “rules” for getting the steampunk look. Top that with an interview with a steampunk author and a German web-series getting an airing and you have a decent amount to read on this week. Continue reading “News round up 21/11/2013”