Josh Aterovis
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  • Baltimore, MD
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Started Nov 2, 2012 0 Replies

I did a photo shoot recently near Savage, Maryland. It featured my jewelry and accessories and some wonderful friends. Here are a few highlights. You can find the rest on my Facebook page (…Continue

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Photo Shoot

I did a photo shoot recently near Savage, Maryland. It featured my jewelry and accessories and some wonderful friends. Here are a few highlights. You can find the rest on my Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/SteampunkBlackSheep)…See More
Nov 2, 2012
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Nov 2, 2012
Ray Dean left a comment for Josh Aterovis
"Howdy, Josh.. Not in Maryland, but happy to have you on the site!"
Oct 20, 2012
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Oct 18, 2012

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http://www.etsy.com/shop/SteampunkBlacksheep
Twitter
http://@Aterovis
Facebook
http://www.facebook.com/SteampunkBlackSheep
Introduce yourself!
As a published author and artist, Josh Aterovis has been in the arts in one form or another for over 15 years. Drawn to all things Victoriana, antique, industrial, mechanical, and clockwork from an early age, steampunk was the perfect convergence of all these elements. He has four book published in his acclaimed Killian Kendall mystery series, and is currently working on several literary steampunk projects in addition to his Steampunk Blacksheep line of jewelry, accessories and art.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
I'm looking to meet more people in the Steampunk community, especially in the Maryland area, and also find inspiration through other artists.
How did you hear about us?
Steampunk Revolution on Facebook

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At 2:09am on October 20, 2012, Ray Dean said…
Howdy, Josh.. Not in Maryland, but happy to have you on the site!

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Well I just started here so I guess it would be good to introduce myself.  My name is John and I'm from Texas.  Been into Steampunk for about 10 years now and like most things that are addictive its been my constant thought through out the last 10 years.  I am currently working on a novel set right about the time of the Romanov's demise.  I do most of my writing on either 2 1920's L.C. Smith & Corona typewriters or by fountain pen.  Tried writing on a computer once till I put the floppy…See More
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Currently working on a Steampunk Intrigue novel

Hello everyone.  The novel I am currently working on has a little bit of mad science, political intrigue and of course sketchy figures.  Can't really reveal much just yet since it is still in the research phase.  Havn't been able to work on it in a couple weeks due to work and it is real hard for me to get into the writing with a noisy background and on a computer.  I've always kind of preferred the old manual typewriters and a fountain pen myself.  So I guess till I get back from work it will…See More
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