Miskatonic Monday – Interview with Atari Chaffin, creator of the Cthulhu Tiki

| 2nd July 2012

Lights out, everybody. On Miskatonic Mondays, we celebrate the “weird” fiction of HP Lovecraft and the genre of otherworldly horror it spawned. A few weeks ago, we threw our gaze upon The Horror In Clay, a Cthulhu Cult-inspired tiki from Jonathan “Atari” Chaffin. Since then, it’s been blowing other Kickstart projects out of the water. […]

robots and games and names and, er, goats.

| 15th February 2011

  It's planning time for steampunks — this spring promises to be full of events! To wit:   Starting on the western coast of the United States, the 6th Annual Northwest Robotics Festival takes place this weekend.   Moving slowly eastward, the League of Cincinnati Steampunks will engage in further mayhem by marching in the […]

Congratulations, Cthulhu, and more

| 26th October 2010

Congratulations to Giada, winner of our giveaway drawing for The Half-Made World! Many thanks to everyone who participated, and fear not, there will be more giveaways (and probably more snarky videos).   You may remember Tor's Steampunk Month from last year. This year, they've revamped it into the Steampunk Fortnight, with more great articles like […]

Quick Links: Steampunk Fortnight @ Tor.com

| 21st October 2010

Sci-fi and fantasy blog Tor.com is taking another stab at Steampunk after their fantastic Steampunk Month series last year, which you might want to check out! There’s not much up yet, but the fabulous Ay-Leen the Peacemaker has a beautiful essay on the Ao Dai, which made my inner costume nerd giddy with joy, and […]