Steampunk Month

Thanks To All At Once, and To Each One

We’ve had a wonderful time with Steampunk Month, and we hope you have, too. It would never have come together without a little help from our generous friends, old and new, so we’d like to extend our thanks to them! Visiting their homepages and Etsy stores will definitely whiten teeth,* cure all manner of diseases,* and continue the steampunk love after Steampunk Month’s official end.

*Statement has not been evaluated by the FDA.

G. D. Falksen and Evelyn Kriete for hosting the meetup/afterparty at The Way Station, and for their general steampunky moxie. Evelyn is responsible for connecting us to many of the incredible steampunk artists and creators out there that so generously donated their wares to give away to you. We owe her, and so do you.

Ross MacDonald, for helping us with the letterpress poster.

Greg Manchess, for designing the rocket logo.

Jamie Stafford-Hill for designing the rest of the logo, some gorgeous calling cards and steampunk buttons, and, you know, the whole site you see before you.

Scholastic Books, Eddie Schneider, Kat Richardson, and Abrams Books, for donating books to our meetup, and Andy Heidel, owner of The Way Station, where we held the meetup.

Heather Kahn and Jeff Witkavitch of Chrononaut Mercantile for a DIY in accessorizing.

Cherie Priest, for teaching us how to be stylish.

Jaymee Goh, for blogging like a madwoman.

S. J. Chambers, for her fascinating Poe retrospective.

The Museum of the History of Science and Sydney Padua for letting us reprint her comic.

Tor Books, for donating books for the meetup and for online giveaways.

Subterranean Press, publishers of many dark and lovely tales.

Sarah of Sweet Libertine, for donating some of her incredibly vibrant handmade eyeshadows.

Laura of Retroscope Fashions, home of sexy vests and strappy pinstripe skirts, for donating a gift certificate.

Sock Dreams, for donating two luxurious pairs of legwear and two gift certificates.

Chet Phillips, for donating a set of his beautiful and hilarious Steampunk Monkey Cards.

The Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, for donating scents from their intoxicating Steamworks line.

Clockwork Couture, for donating the gift certificate that will be a photo contest prize.

Steampunk World’s Fair, for donating two passes as a photo contest prize.

RockLove, for donating the keyhole plate pendant.

LondonsGate, home of the crystal pendant.

VividWhimsy, maker of the book locket.

19Moons, mistress of wind-up bird rings.

QA Trading, with clockwork rings and typewriter jewelry galore.

TrashAndTrinkets, maker of the deliciously creepy spider brooch.

And last but not least: an extremely special thanks to all of you for following along and making this month so much fun. We hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as we have.


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