Traveler's Steampunk Blog

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Daily Steampunk is moving to meta-punk.com

| 27. Oktober 2015

Public Service Announcement: We are moving!     It has been more than eight exciting years of Daily Steampunk, now it is time to expand. Daily Steampunk will move to a new home, www.meta-punk.com. There are a number of reasons: The scope of the blog has already grown beyond only covering Steampunk I want to […]

Daily Steampunk is now on Patreon

| 25. Oktober 2015

Hey all, just a really quick thing, Daily Steampunk is now on Patreon. Don’t worry, I will continue whether I get patrons on Patreon or not. If you should decide to become a patron, there are already some perks up, more are to come. I will use the money I get from patrons primarily to […]

Product Review: Mirtello Night Black & Gold by Weird Ape

| 17. Oktober 2015

I think I have mentioned this on the blog before, I collect watches. Mainly pocket watches (my oldest one was made in 1855) but I also have a decent collection of wrist watches. I was highly delighted therefore, when I was offered a complimentary watch by Weird Ape. Specifically one of their Steampunk range. You […]

Happy Ada Lovelace Day!

| 13. Oktober 2015

The 13th of October is Ada Lovelace Day and 2015 is the third year I participate in celebrating, so: Happy Ada Lovelace Day everybody! And today I have a very special treat to share, a documentary on the first computer programmer in the history of computer programming:

Review: Victor Sierra – Go for the Strange

| 10. Oktober 2015

The third full album of Victor Sierra and the third I am going to review and this is getting ridiculous. OK, disclaimer, I supported the fundraiser, Victor Sierra is one of my favourite bands (and their song Mastermind is one of my all time favourite songs) and Commander Bob is one of my oldest friends […]

The SEA is Ours – Interview with Jaymee Goh and Joyce Chng

| 8. Oktober 2015

Following up on the review of The SEA is Ours (see below), I got in touch with the curators of the anthology, Jaymee Goh and Joyce Chng, and asked them if they would be willing to give me an interview. They were happy to and I am delighted to present the interview here, now. And […]

Pre-Release Book Feature: A Vanishing Glow by Alexis Radcliff

| 28. September 2015

Today’s book feature is a bit different from the others, because this time I asked the author, if she would like to be featured on my blog. I contacted Alexis Radcliff after reading a short description of her upcoming novel A Vanishing Glow on her personal website. A Vanishing Glow will be released on October […]

Review: The SEA is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia

| 20. September 2015

This is the aforementioned Steampunk from Asia Part II. As you may have noticed by the amount of book features I post, I get a lot of review requests recently, most of which I have to turn down because of time constraints. I do literature reviews on request only in exceptional circumstances. Enter The SEA […]

Steampunk from Asia Part I – James Ng strikes again

| 14. September 2015

Today’s post is part one of two concerning Steampunk out of Asia. If you have been following my blog for a while, you are familiar with James Ng, I have featured his work on a number of occasions before and I recommend you visit his website and follow him on Twitter. If you have not […]

Professor Elemental’s #ApeQuest – Lend your support!

| 9. September 2015

The honourable gentleman, scholar, rhymer and all around splendid fellow Professor Elemental is up to something again. As always, his trusted side-kick Geoffrey is by his side… No, wait, Geoffrey has been lost in space and time, but let the good Professor explain the situation himself: As a mad professor living in a tumbledown mansion […]