I've been wondering this for a while. Is it because the few Steampunkish films released have done really poorly, like the Wild Wild West, and Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, or because Hollywood just hasn't caught on to how cool a well articulated Steampunk film could be?
Bloodrunsclear created this fake Weird West movie trailer by chopping up other films.…
Added by Mark Fenger on September 29, 2011 at 1:23pm — No Comments
Why is a blank page so frighting? Is it the fact that the entire universe is held with in that empty space and I'm fearful of not doing it justice or am I finding excuses? So I sit here with a million thoughts and a whole stack of blank pages and nothing seems right. Why is that?
Hey all! I made a decision a few weeks back that I would blog about Steampunk awesomeness on Tuesdays over at my blog. What makes this decision extra interesting is I had no idea the hashtag created by Nancy Overbury #SteamTuesdays already existed. Evidently Tuesday is the Steampunkiest day of the week.
In any event, I neglected to share this new plan here, and so, now I will.
Here are the…Continue
Added by Adrienne Kress on September 27, 2011 at 9:55am — No Comments
I've published my short story "Air for Fire" as a Kindle title here. It's about 4,500 words, and is a steampunk take on the life and death of Hypatia, an historical figure with whom every steampunker should be well familiar... I've posted an excerpt on my blog…Continue
Added by D. L. Major on September 22, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Reposted from my blog at liakeyes.com
Have you ever started writing a novel or short story but lost impetus after the opening act, unsure what should happen next, but sensing that the arc you pre-planned doesn’t work for some mysterious reason? Then maybe you need to take another look at what your protagonist does after the incident that gets the story started.
Originally posted on my Steampunk blog: Nicholas L. Garvery
Lately I noticed lots of people on Twitter talking about…
Two weeks holiday from now! JEPEEEEH!
Apart from moving to our new lakeshore house which i hardly can't await, there hopefully will be time for writing, constructing, sharing information with you about what and who is going on in the City of Ore.
In the upcoming posts, I will focus on a few important characters, their stories behind as well as the role they play.
You certainly will be confused, especially when I take things for granted, which you cannot put into…Continue
Added by Philipp Ahrens aka Volahastre on September 10, 2011 at 2:05am — No Comments
Added by Winfield H. Strock III on September 9, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Well, finally here it is: My first blog post on S.W.A.G., even my first blog post ever!
Feels good :-)
As I mentioned, I started working on my first steampunk novel a few weeks ago, even my first novel ever (hmm, bad style boy, using the same phrase as above ...; HA! Who cares? I am no English native speaker. Can do better in German.)
Back to the point.
During the last year I had to travel twoandahalfhours (I know, I could use plain numbers to express that ...) by…Continue
Working Title: "Machina Mortis: Steampunk'd Tales of Terror"
Publisher: KnightWatch Press
Edited by: Ryan Miller
Release Date: TBA
WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR:
And the donation site: Project Link
Added by Shawn W Stephens on September 5, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments
I am a clockwork soul.
I am not a big clanging machine, some rusty contraption that screams under pressure. That is not me.
There are those souls that favor the loud noises, screaming speakers and driving thumping bands. These are the engineers of our steampunk universe;
down in the bowls of the airship, feeding the fires of the boilers, the steamfitters and welders. Oh how I love them, they live life with such energy and passion it is a wonder…Continue
Added by Johnny R. White on September 5, 2011 at 6:00am — No Comments