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"As do I! But excellent for frying bacon or cutting onions too."

dave bartram replied Apr 2, 2013 to Goggles

8 Apr 2, 2013
Reply by dave bartram

"I've been reading a lot about airships lately. I'm not even sure that such a thing a…"

dave bartram replied Mar 8, 2013 to Airship versus sail ship combat - how would it work?

3 Apr 24, 2013
Reply by Raymond Witte

"Your logic is flawed. Purposeful does not equal predictable. Otherwise intention wou…"

dave bartram replied Apr 29, 2012 to THE PSYCHOLOGY OF STEAMPUNK: Personality Types and Temperaments and Archetypes, oh my!

9 May 6, 2012
Reply by Xeno Gilder

"I like 3rd person omniscient, but as I am writing YA I have been discouraged from it…"

dave bartram replied Oct 13, 2011 to Third Person Omniscient

10 Mar 29, 2012
Reply by Xeno Gilder

"I'm with you on the goggles, but I think the thing I dislike the most is faux-dicken…"

dave bartram replied Oct 5, 2011 to Name your SP pet peeve... or something you love about Steampunk

7 Oct 5, 2011
Reply by John F. Montagne

"Trying to keep the day to day fashionwear reasonably Victorian. There's a good reaso…"

dave bartram replied Sep 22, 2011 to Do Your Characters Wear Straight Up Victorian garb or do you Punk Them Up?

11 Dec 2, 2012
Reply by Evan O'Connor

"That's the one. Its just the contrived dialogue and extended, florrid descriptions.…"

dave bartram replied Aug 5, 2011 to Writing like (the) Dickens

9 Sep 4, 2011
Reply by Ryan Black

"I would agree, there is no way that you could mistake their prose for Dickens, but t…"

dave bartram replied Jul 29, 2011 to Writing like (the) Dickens

9 Sep 4, 2011
Reply by Ryan Black

"I meant as writers, or laymen. I appreciate the huge differences in the theories, bu…"

dave bartram replied Jul 28, 2011 to Phillip Reeve Calls for Greater Scientific Plausibility in Steampunk Fiction!

79 Aug 11, 2014
Reply by Lia Keyes

"you could describe vacuum energy as a luminiferous aether, or quantum foam, too. The…"

dave bartram replied Jul 26, 2011 to Phillip Reeve Calls for Greater Scientific Plausibility in Steampunk Fiction!

79 Aug 11, 2014
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