Steampunk Hands Around the World 2014 – One Week Left

steampunk_hands_ Araceli_Rodríguezby Araceli Rodriguez

Wow, what a journey it has been the last three weeks!

We’re into the final week of this month long celebration of the global steampunk community and all it has to offer. Hopefully, you’ve been able to follow along and enjoy the official posts so far.

There has been a lot of feedback posted around the web and it sounds like everyone has learned at least one new thing, be it fashion, history, or people, and it is my fervent wish that everyone has made the most of this month to reach out and meet at least one new person somewhere in the world, as well as to bring two people to a steampunk event.

Still plenty to come this week – keep checking the Official Link List right here on Airship Ambassador.

What has your experience been so far this month? Please share your comments below.

Thanks again for all of your continued support!

Steampunk_Hands_raydeenby Ray Deen

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  1. This event has really opened my eyes to many Steampunkish offerings that I had previously been oblivious to!
    One of the highlights for me has been meeting Heyk Al Khemeti, co-writing the first part of Travels of the Navigatrix and developing the Aether Nomad character type – on offer to all who are interested! We are working on an Aether Nomad Facebook group, too – ask for an invitation if interested in joining the tribe 😉
    I’ve also enjoyed introducing you to some of my very good friends through my blog. Good work is always worth sharing!
    Matt of ArcaneArmoury (busy making more custom Steampunk’Harmonic Screwdrivers’ for..er..Professor Whom?) and I have been delighted to be included in the gorgeously produced El Investigador magazine (I still yearn for a physical version of that!).
    Thanks also to MundoSteampunk and Beyond Victoriana for including The Navigatrix in their wonderful articles.
    I feel that I now have some solid roots in the global Steampunk community and I’m grateful for every new follow, Like, heart and comment. Thankyou kindly for including me. Shop’s open – do stop by for tea!


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