“Aurum” and abroad!

So, I’m in London this week, to get some research under my belt before I head for my first Eastercon. The city is as much fun as ever, but it means I’m even more absent from social media than usual. Tomorrow I’ll try to post my schedule for Eastercon/Olympus, but that requires more mastery of my borrowed iPad than I have yet found, so to buy time, I have a story up this week!

“Aurum” is a steampunk story about commmerce, discovery, and dragons in space (no, really); it’s up now at Abyss and Apex!

Recent Work

TV: Elementary recaps, Reign recaps

TV Recap: Bates Motel cordially invites you to the tragedy of Norma Bates, AV Club

TV Review: And Then There Were None, AV Club

Review: The Story of Hong Gildong, NPR.org

Review: You Could Look It Up, NPR.org

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    aneacostumes:

    Rococo remodeled

    These Regency garments were made from elder 18th century silks, probably grander Rococo dresses remodeled to fit the new and slimmer style. Whereas the Regency fashion often sported thinner silks and cottons, the 18th century silks were still seen as precious and beautiful, and lucky be the young woman who inherited enough to make a stylish, modern-day dress out of it!

    • Pink gown: 1800-1810, made of a silk brocade from the late 18th century. OK-dep-01040
    • Coat: 1800-1805, made of a Spitafield silk from 1746. OK-05678
    • Blue gown: 1820-25, made of a silk from the mid 18th century. OK-07407

    All garments from The National Museum in Oslo

    04/29/16

2016 Appearances

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Emerald City Comicon, April 7-10, 2016