This is a conversation between me, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow and Emerging Technologies Librarian at Emory BRIAN CROXALL and MIKE “The Steampunk Scholar” PERSCHON. This arose from me tweeting some relevant points that came out of presentations and discussions at the Canadian National Steampunk Exhibition this weekend. Warning, lots of aca-jargon, and gets a bit fun and
Attention Toronto Area Steampunkers! In preperation for their exhibit on Steampunk at the Ontario Science Centre, (from March 4th – May 23rd at the Ontario Science Centre in their Idea Gallery space), Samantha Morel, Grace Lam and Catherine Woltz are hosting a fundraiser on FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4TH. Where: Site 3 coLaboratory, located just south of Bloor,
I’ve blogged about it before, but here are the videos of the fashion show. Enjoy!
Where to find me at FanExpo Canada 2019. Table: I’ll be selling and signing books alongside the Toronto Steampunk Society in the Community area of the convention. Find me under the escalators! Steampunk Writer’s Collective 1:00 pm in ROOM 717 Join local steampunk Authors Rebecca Diem, JM Frey, MJ Lyons and Editor Dominik Parisien as they answer
It’s a bit last minute, but I’ll be attending and reading at the Ad Astra Charity Tea, hosted by the Toronto Steampunk Society. It’s happening Saturday from 3pm to 5pm. I’ll be reading from The Skylark’s Song and it will be available for sale from Bakka Phoenix Books at the convention, in the dealer’s room. I’ll