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About Goth and, well, Goth

Have you ever wondered why we find goths everywhere? From the darkness of the lands beyond the borders of the Imperium Romanum, to medieval Cathedrals to literature, music and a thriving subculture that has outlasted many others, Goth and Goths are everywhere. But what is the reason for that? Are …

Love is a Grave – A Victorian Gothic Short Film

A few days ago, I was contacted via the Facebook page and a short movie was pointed out to me: Love is a Grave Love is a Grave – a short film by Tim Stevens from Tim Stevens on Vimeo. Tim Stevens has this to say about his short subject: …

Progress – A Gothic Steampunk Webseries

May I point your esteemed attention to this brand-new Steampunk/Gothic webseries: Progress Progress is a ten episode webseries, set in an alternative Victorian England, which has a steam-powered Internet and Jack the Ripper is posting his crimes on the same. It’s a Holmes-esque cyber-thriller and a game of riddles to …

Sesja fotograficzna WINTER STEAM – WINTER STEAM photo session

Witajcie moi przyjaciele z Polski, tutaj jest sesja zdjeciowa na która moglibyscie sie udaς! And since my mastery of the Polish language has not improved much, I continue in English 😉 My friend Ana, she guest-posted here earlier,  is organising a photoshoot. I would love to go there myself, alas, …

Steampunk Poland – Pierwsze sprawozdanie

Right, I did not expect to get a response so quickly but this only increases my joy. Today Daily Steampunk welcomes the first Polish and first female guest blogger, Anna from Warsaw who responded to my call for contributions from Polish Steampunks. Even better, there may be a second opinion …

Dark Electro with a touch of Steampunk

This is really another one of those emergency aricles and it is harking back to something I wanted to post a while ago and did not really get around to. Anyway, In Strict Confidence, a German Dark Electro band, released an album in 2010, with the following cover (thanks, Timo, …

The WGT 2008: Fourth and final disjunct episode (the steampunk’s steam runs out)

Just a few words to sum up the other things. My wife and me met with friends of ours at the Riquet, which looks like this: And is an excellent place to have a really good and enjoyable cup of coffee, the whole setting is quite steampunk, which in this …