"It's actually only 5'X7' but it has a door I can close (And lock when needed.) This pic was early on. I've since replaced the curtains with faux wolf and the desk with a hand-painted oriental one.Ref books are on the…"
I'm a former soldier, classified courier, and security technician. I currently work as an Emergency Medical / x-ray tech for an urgent care clinic. I've had Historical, SciFi, and Spec-Fiction stories published in Electronic Tales, Amazing Journeys, Cyberpulp, Ray Gun Revival, Flashing Swords, Spacewesterns, Heroic Fantasy Quarterly, Abandoned Towers and Alienskin magazines. I've had stories included in Clash of Steel 'Demons', Rage of the Behemoth, and Tales of the Emerald Serpent anthologies. I also worked for several years as a slush reader and editor for Cyberwizard Productions. An e-anthology of my Sci-Fi/ Space Western adventures, 'The Stars Like Candles Proudly Shown', was just released this year and my first Western novel, 'Born to Trouble' is scheduled for publication in 2013.
I've always had a love of Techno-Retro fantasy and just sold my first steampunk story. I have several others 'under consideration' and two steampunk novels about half finished so expect to see more of my work in the future.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
I'm hoping to connect with other writers and artists working in this genre to knock around ideas and keep abreast of what's happening outside my own little corner of the world.
How did you hear about us?
I just stumbled across you while doing some research.
It has been suggested that I should sell my hats. The problem is that I have absolutely no idea what to charge for them. The hats themselves are costume hats and the embellishments on them I had either made or purchased at retail. So my questions are, hypothetically speaking, if you were in the market for a hat such as these, how much would you be willing to pay for them? Basically, based off of what I do, what would you all consider to be fair market value for them?Help!See More
I have just added a post to my blog at Net Advance Retro which might be of interest to some of you. It concerns the work of the Victorian artist/engineer J. Nasmyth, who used plaster models to make astonishingly life-like photographs of landscapes on the moon.See More
Extra! Extra! Read All About It! Steampunk Online Game Designer Interviewed by Kevin SteilNew Steampunk Film In The Making!Amelia Own Kibbey Lost on Route to Prague!The Lastest Seamswaddle by Tropple E. ArmitageChronicle%20%2318.pdfTo Subscribe to The Aether Chronicle, simply click the link below to The Chronicle Archives and…See More