Online exclusive! Guest Blogger Don Vort provides a teaser for his “Steampunk movie Sundering the Worldgate.” Continue reading Sundering the Worldgate, by Guest Blogger Don Vort
Milwaukee Profiles interviews filmmaker Don Vort, founder of DV Magic Services. Continue reading MILWAUKEE PROFILES: DON VORT OF DV MAGIC SERVICES
Happy Day of the Dead everyone! Check out this book of cool art by Sylvia Ji. Continue reading Day of the Dead and Other Works, by Sylvia Ji @ NYJB
Over at CCLaP, I reviewed The Lazarus Machine: a Tweed & Nightingale Adventure, by Paul Crilley. Steampunk fun for those who like the witty dialogue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Warehouse 13 Continue reading CCLaP Mini-review: The Lazarus Machine: a Tweed & Nightingale Adventure, by Paul Crilley
This week at CCLaP, I investigate Gynecocracy, by Viscount Ladywood for the NSFW Files. In the novel, a wayward aristocratic man gets a stern lesson in forced feminization and the proper wearing of a corset. Who knew the Victorian era was so naughty? Continue reading NSFW Files: Gynecocracy, by Viscount Ladywood
Today on the CCLaP Podcast, it’s episode 2 of our special “Podcast Dreadful” 12-part serial-fiction audiobook anthology. This week featuring stories from Davis Schneiderman, Keith McCleary and Sophia G. Starmack, Jason Riley, Karl Wolff and Jacob S. Knabb, with music by Ken Kase and hosted by Christopher Sullivan. Continue reading Podcast Dreadful Episode 2 now live!
Announcing Podcast Dreadful, brought to you by CCLaP, a series of podcasts inspired by the penny dreadfuls of the Victorian era. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays Wednesday: Podcast Dreadful
Victorian stock characters get attacked by carnivorous plants and animals. The drawings have a simplicity matched by the rhyming couplets that explain the terrors illustrated for our enjoyment. The poetry conjures up nursery rhymes and like nursery rhymes, they veil the fangs and claws of Nature. Gorey’s slim volume is reminscent of the playful chaos of “Alice in Wonderland” and has a curdled humor like Max Cannon’s “Red Meat.” Continue reading The Evil Garden (1965) by Edward Gorey