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All good things must come to an end but not indefinitely. Although we suspended regular publication of the Gatehouse Gazette last year, we didn't want 2012 to go by without at least one installment of the dieselpunk and steampunk magazine. So I proudly present our thickest issue to date: a 1940s themed special edition of the Gatehouse Gazette.
The magazine has a survey of Spanish steampunk by Jose Francisco Alfaya of Decimononic; a lengthy review of Peter Tsouras' collection of alternate history stories Third Reich Victorious by Larry Amyett of the Dieselpunk blog; a collection of forgotten technologies by Lorenzo Davia; an essay by Marcus Rauchfuß of The Traveler's Steampunk Blog about Nazi aesthetics in the dieselpunk genre; a feature by Tome Wilson of Dieselpunks.org about dieselpunk milestones; and, as always, a Steampunk Wardrobe column by Hilde Heyvaert of House of Secrets Incorporated about noir fashion styles.
Click here or on the thumbnail to download the issue!
Tomorrow’s World… Today!
Be introduced to the Department for the Advancement of Sciences!
Marvel at their quest to develop a fully functional automaton!
Explore the brave new world of Clockwork Watch.
Sunday May 6th, in Arch No. 10, Bermondsey Street Tunnel (off Tooley London. SE1.)
This exhibition begins at 2pm prompt.
Carriages at 11pm.
Clockwork Watch explores non-colonial, multicultural Victoriana, set at a time of peace, when mechanics and science are the two most important developments in the world.
The universe-revealing extravaganza is the first live public event in the Clockwork Watch story.
More info can be found here
- Current Mood: chipper
For a mere £40 you get 3 days of entertainment! including the 90 minute Morgan and West time travelling show, loads of music on Friday, specialised steampunk market, talks and workshops , the Waltz on the Wye cabaret and Ball featuring Pocketwatch and Prof Elemental, a penny dreadful theatre production of Sweeney Todd, Contraptions Exhibition in Chepstow Castle (free entry with wristband!) plus loads more fun and games set in a beautiful medieval town! what are you waiting for?!
There are also cheaper tickets available for those who can't do the whole event
Tickets are selling well, so don't miss out!