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Extra! Extra! Read All About It!Death-defying Feats at The Airship Races!The Chronicle Welcomes a New Feature Columnist: Tropple E. Armitage!!Chronicle%20%2317.pdfTo Subscribe To The Aether Chronicle Simply "Follow" The Discussion on Leslie Orton's Page With The Latest Edition In It's Title! To Report Any Problems, Concerns,…See More
"Ah, "The Woman." What a delightfully devious role model. Women in Victorian literature (or modern literature about Victorian times) are often like French confections, a decorated exterior concealing an unexpected surprise.…"
"I agree with your sentiments. Steampunk or Victorian female characters should be as interesting as the men. I try to have the odd interesting female in my books: the Magician Royal (from c. 1896 onwards) is Lady Blackhaven; and I have a female…"
It seems that airships might once again grace the skies of Canada, not just as novelties but as working aircraft. They are becoming an attractive option for mining companies and other industries that operate in remote areas of the country. Because of this, our government has drafted regulations regarding the construction of these vehicles. So, for those of you who need a little reference for your world building, here is a real world example of airship regulations:…See More