A report and photo gallery from the 2018 International Steampunk Symposium
The International Steampunk Symposium has been running steadily since 2012, and it's become one of the major steampunk events in the Midwest. What makes a con are the people, and this one is a caring, inclusive, and welcoming event.
A three-day event in Central Illinois aims to educate attendees about steampunk
Cogs & Corsets, a (mostly) free steampunk festival, returns June 1-3 to downtown Bloomington, Illinois, with an expanded program that includes workshops, gaming, a maker competition, and more.
The Way Station has been described as "the de facto clubhouse of the NYC steampunk scene"
You've heard of sports bars and cop bars and dive bars, but The Way Station in Brooklyn is a nerd bar. You can tell from the moment you walk into the joint, as a full-sized TARDIS is in a corner.
Our weekly roundup of news and other happenings in the steampunk world
RIP, Burning Man founder Larry Harvey. . . The Steampunk Evangelist. . . Steampunk at the museum. . . Steampunk dance in Houston . . . and lots more
A Steampunk Grotto and Burning Man projects are among the highlights at the 2018 event
Steampunk projects big and small will be on display as Maker Faire Bay Area returns May 18-20 to San Mateo, California. A celebration of do-it-yourself creativity, it's the largest of nearly 200 Maker Faires held around the world.
Not much steampunk, but lots of creative inspiration at the 2018 Bay Area Book Festival
The Bay Area Book Festival is a major event on the local literary calendar. Many attend to hear talks by celebrity writers, but what's most interesting to me is the opportunity to meet lesser-known authors and other creative folks.