International Steampunk Symposium

DJ Vourteque

Vourteque is one of America's top electro swing and neo-vintage Djs. Musician, producer, remix artist, DJ, carny and ringmaster -
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DJ Vourteque

Tee Morris – Symposium 2018

Tee Morris first appeared on bookshelves with MOREVI: The Chronicles of Rafe & Askana in 2002 and has been writing ever since.
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Tee Morris – Symposium 2018

Philippa Ballantine – Symposium 2018

New Zealand born fantasy writer and podcaster Philippa (Pip) Ballantine is the author of the Books of the Order and
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Philippa Ballantine – Symposium 2018

V is for Villains

V is for Villains is a nationally touring, high energy electronic industrial rock band from Chicago, Illinois. A group of highly
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V is for Villains

14 Weeks until Symposium 2018

Ladies & Gentlemen, Boys & Girls, Automatons & Other Worldly Creatures . . .  There are now only 14 weeks left until the grand opening of the 2018 International Steampunk Symposium “Superheroes & Villains”! Presentation News This week we continued to build the schedule, adding the following presentations: Swap Meet Steampunk Costuming 101 Haunted Cincinnati I […]

Victorian Inspired Patron (VIP) Upgrade

Ladies & Gentlemen, for a long time many of you have waited for an opportunity to show even greater support and love for the International Steampunk Symposium, which is why we bring you the Victorian Inspired Patron (VIP) Upgrade! As part of our appreciation of those who choose to become a Patron of the 2018 […]

15 Weeks until Symposium 2018

Ladies & Gentlemen, Boys & Girls, Automatons & Other Worldly Creatures . . .  There are now only 15 weeks left until the grand opening of the 2018 International Steampunk Symposium “Superheroes & Villains”! Presentation News This week we continued to build the schedule, adding the following presentations: Nevermore, an Original Series Victorian Spirit Photography and […]

ICOSA Gameworks – Symposium 2018

ICOSA Gameworks produces steampunk games like the Junkyard Derby card game and the Pure Steam roleplaying game supplements. Pure Steam is a series of roleplaying game supplements for Pathfinder, with upcoming versions for Dungeons & Dragon 5th Edition. Junkyard Derby is a fast-paced board game where players construct a steampunk racer from scraps and race […]

Altered History Designs – Symposium 2018

Altered History brings you original designs inspired by history, travel, and adventure! Their design line is created by designer/illustrator Abbey Manalli, and is inspired by her love of history, travel, and adventure. Products include vintage style wool-felt patches, metal pins, stickers, and original works of art. Learn more about Altered History at their website Altered-History.com

DJ Vourteque

Vourteque is one of America’s top electro swing and neo-vintage Djs. Musician, producer, remix artist, DJ, carny and ringmaster – Vourteque entertains and wows crowd from Los Angeles to New York. He’s one of the minds behind the midwest’s Rouge! neo-vintage dance parties that have featured guests such as Dutty Moonshine, Good Co., Kiwistar, Lord […]

Jennifers Mixed Media – Symposium 2018

Jennifers Mixed Media is a completely new take on altered art. You will find all kinds of creative and colorful works to appeal to the unique you! Whether you’re into Steampunk, Fantasy, Renaissance, Sci-Fi or Fairies, we have something fantastic to let you express how interesting you are! Come check us out! Learn more about Jennifers […]

Grandmas Bane Crafts – Symposium 2018

Grandmas Bane Crafts offers products that are intended to entertain, bemuse, and make others feel generally uncomfortable. Does your home or office suffer from uninvited guests or missionaries? Are you looking for decor that evokes a calmer, less technologically driven society? Do you feel the need to explain things to family and friends? Then our […]

Sir Reginald Pikedevant, Esquire

Sir Reginald Pikedevant, Esquire is one of the world’s premier purveyors of Steampunk Chap Hop. What is Chap Hop? Imagine rap music, were it written and performed by an upper-class British twit. In Sir Reginald’s case, he combines the rhymes, delivered in Received Pronunciation, with the sounds of the Victorian music-hall, Barbershop quartets, and instruments both […]