Volume 2.0 Official Launch

"Maison tournante aérienne," by Albert Robida (1848-1926). Library of Congress.

While the past month or so has been filled with sundry postcards of Jeff and S. J.’s various exploits, today marks the official launch of Volume 2.0.   As may have been previewed during our earlier exploration of Texas Steampunk, there will be a lot of content coming through the Intertubes over the next several months:  material that was excised from the final version of the book (sidebars, images, and raw interviews).  Additionally, there will be exclusive content on this site, such as a special summer Music celebration coordinated by Vernian Process‘s Josh Pfieffer, profiles and interviews concerning Steampunk gaming and role-playing, and other various tints and hues within the Steampunk spectrum.

Also of note, the Steampunk Bible Index has gone live, and is still accepting submissions.  The Index, and details of submission, can be found on top of the home page, or here.

So without further ado, we’ll begin the next few weeks with Fashion, including raw interviews with photographer Libby Bulloff, New York designer Britney Frady-Williams, design firm Last Wear, and much more. Stay tuned.

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