Posts Tagged ‘steampunk’

The forgotten punk

Posted on: October 6th, 2011 by Nathan E. Lilly

The ranks of the steampunk genre continue to swell. Tor.com is wrapping up it’s third annual Steampunk recognition (Steampunk Week, as compared to 2010’s Steampunk Fortnight and 2009’s Steampunk Month), so I thought I’d take some time to pick on a “steampunk” nit. Actually it’s more of a nit that I have with the use […]

A mummy unwrapped

Posted on: July 17th, 2010 by Nathan E. Lilly

Here’s the final video from the mummy unwrapping event that I hosted at the Steampunk World’s Fair in Piscataway, New Jersey this past May. Everyone had a great time: It’s my hope that I’ll be able to do similar events at the upcoming Steampunk Exposition (date TBD).

The making of a mummy

Posted on: June 24th, 2010 by Nathan E. Lilly

I hosted the mummy unwrapping event at Jeff Mach’s The Steampunk World’s Fair in Piscataway, New Jersey this past May. Hoping that it will start a trend at other Steampunk Conventions, I’m posting the step-by-step process for building the mummy, as well as my experience in running the show. Inspiration The Victorians went through a […]