Tag Archives: Steampunk

Be the (Folk) Artist: Mexican Tin Art

Be the (Folk) Artist: Mexican Tin Art

Combine the tin art designs of Mexico with a steampunk look for an easy summer project using aluminum foil. Read More

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My Not-So-Secret Life as an Amateur Cosplayer

My Not-So-Secret Life as an Amateur Cosplayer

I was recently showing off some of my cosplaying photos, and someone made a comment of “not really expecting me to be into that.” I wasn’t offended; I understood what he meant. My normal everyday clothes are not particularly flashy. I’m not really into makeup. But for some reason, give me an excuse to dress up in a costume, and I am all over it. Read More

Steampunk! ‘The Invention of E.J. Whitaker’

Steampunk! ‘The Invention of E.J. Whitaker’

This month is Women’s History Month and what better time to talk about this really cool Kickstarter, ‘The Invention of E.J. Whitaker’ by Shawnee´ and Shawnelle Gibbs, a sister team. This story caught my eye because it melds some of my favorite things: women inventors, diversity, comics, and women creators together in to one exciting project. Read More

The Cliffs of Insanity: Will Things Change for Women in Comics?

Once again we’re talking about women in comics. Why? Because I’ll keep talking about it until things actually change. In personal news, my family went to New York City to tape a segment for the Nickelodeon show, Take Me To Your Mother, and I received a cover for my upcoming steampunk detective romance, The Curse of the Brimstone Contract. Read More