Good day, my good friends. Here is this weeks round up of the global steampunk news that landed in my intray. It includes duplicate stories of the same event but from a different angle. A steampunk prom night and really old telescope. The Magnolia Reporter has reported on the Columbia County Library holding a steampunk prom night during Teen Read week. NJ.com have posted a story about the Morristown steampunk festival. Dailyrecord.com have also posted about the steampunk festival in Morristown, although with arguably better photography. In the interestingly titled Battlecreek Enquirer, an article has been posted about a steampunk … Continue reading News round up 17/10/2013
On Sunday, October 20th, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Canadian Steam Productions is producing -Steam on Queen- A Steampunk Halloween Bazaar at the historic Gladstone Hotel, located on the north east corner of Queen Street West Gladstone Ave.: 1214 Queen Street West. Following in the footsteps of the popular summer event at the Campbell House Museum, Canadian Steam Productions is hosting a smaller indoor marketplace with a halloween theme. Located in the ballroom of the historic Gladstone Hotel on Queen St. West, with a eclectic mix of steam punk merchants, designers and artisans. Admission is free. Performances by: Dragonfly Bellydance. … Continue reading Steam on Queen
Well another week is passed and here is a round up of the news that’s been stuffed into my intray throughout that period. This week you can look on in awe at a review of The Chaos Engine video game, an excerpt from a new steampunk book and arguably one of the worst uses of the word steampunk I’ve come across yet.
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