opted to create this little blog to give those who are interested a further look into the machinations of a woman who has made it her goal to incorporate the steampunk aesthetic into her lifestyle in whatever way possible.
Tuesday, 14 July 2009
Monday, 13 July 2009
debated for some time as to whether or not to start one, but with my first steampunk novel completed and the second in the series underway, I thought it would be a good idea. As I've gone through researching my book, I've come across such a wealth of information on the victorian age, in addition to steampunk, that I thought I would share.
Join us as we plumb the laudanum laced depths of Victoria’s brilliantine Empire, into a world of fairy tales and forgotten cities, imperiled queens and imperious concubines, a sensuous medley of mechanical ravishments unlike anything you’re likely to experience ever again.
Stories from our stately coterie of contributers are graced by illustrations and pictures courtesy of Ellen, Marco, Malicia and Mark. To top it all off, we’ve enlisted the help of Malta’s finest photographers Denise Scicluna (http://www.denisescicluna.com/), Matthew Attard Navarro(http://www.whoishutch.com/) and Mark Casha (also our resident designer) to realise a garden party of truly debauched proportions with participants drawn from our very own Schlock storytellers. Not forgetting especial thanks for the aesthetic prowess and multifaceted wardrobes of Mlles. Sarah Micallef, Carla Said, and Maria Muscat. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.