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2015 Steampunk Hands Around the World: International Q & A – Part Two

International Question and Answer Roundtable! This is the second part of the Q & A. Thanks again to all of our participants! You can find Part One of the Q & A – HERE Do you participate in a local Steampunk group? Sally-Ann: I’m loosely attached to the Lincoln Steampunks as I attend the major […]

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2015 Steampunk Hands Around the World: International Q & A – Part One

International Question and Answer Roundtable! First, I’d like to thank the wonderful folks who took the time to answer my questions. I wanted to focus on their whole experience in Steampunk. We have so much information that I am going to break this up so that you don’t have a numb backside after you finish […]

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An International Round-Table Discussion

An International Round-Table Discussion When I first heard about the Steampunk: Hands Around the World events, I knew I had to participate. Coming up with an idea (several, actually) was a fun challenge. With Steampunk enthusiasts all around the world it’s hard to imagine the different experiences and the different interests that everyone brings to […]

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Two Posts up!

For Steampunk: Hands Across the World 2014 Two posts went ‘live’ today – Steamed! Blog – has the first of TWO posts that look at Victorian Era Buildings and what they might inspire in a Steampunk Story (Click the image to visit the post) At SteampunkU – A post about how The Victorian Era’s cultural […]

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