“Excellent,” I cried.

   Posted by: cholmondeley   in Culture, Victoriana

Australian publisher Black House are currently producing a series called The Dark Detective, a decidedly gothic and almost necessarily steampunky take on Sherlock Holmes written by Christopher Sequeira (who, besides being a Doyle scholar and writer, has apparently appeared as Moriarty on the television) and illustrated by Phil Cornell. The second issue is available now on newstands around Australia.

Continuum dispatchacule. At Ether, the ceiling breathes—which disturbs one on a surprising number of levels. “Steampunk 101″ modestly well-attended; all agreed the “-punk” is misleading, although Richard Harland was prepared to mount an argument. GOH speech worthwhile. Hotel coffee potable.

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