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"Mz. Williams, Congratulations, you have been randomly selected to receive the most recent edition of the online Steampunk newspaper The Aether Chronicle! If you would like to receive it regularly simply visit Leslie Orton's Page and…"
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http://thesteampunkempire.com/profile/JoniWilliams
Introduce yourself!
I am primarily a visual artist, but I also have written poetry, although more in the gothic vein. I am now fleshing out some ideas for short stories in the steampunk genre.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
A community of people that express their individual creativity within the genre of steampunk and other victoriana.
How did you hear about us?
Steampunk Empire

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At 6:28pm on June 22, 2014, Leslie Orton said…

Mz. Williams,

Congratulations, you have been randomly selected to receive the most recent edition of the online Steampunk newspaper The Aether Chronicle! If you would like to receive it regularly simply visit Leslie Orton's Page and "Follow" the Discussion with the most recent edition of the Chronicle in the heading. Otherwise, you can always leave comments on the Blog where each new edition is posted.

Enjoy!

Leslie Orton

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