The time where we are less then 20 odd days away from.
So as you know you have the wonderful Alternate History Track http://www.chronotrack.org/ it is here for all your steampunk needs.
Cindy and the rest of us have been working all year to give you great things to see, do and take photos of.
Below the LJ Cut is your PRELIMINARY Steampunk schedule
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Official Dragon*Con Guests who will be on the Alt history track.
Raised by the military and monitored by men in white coats until he was 16, Doktor A has always scribbled monsters. "You will never make a living drawing little men" said a teacher once. They were nearly right. He has to draw, design and build little men to make a living. These dubious skills have seen him work in theatre, TV, advertising, magazines, toy design, merchandising and the music industry. He lives under a hill in the UK. From there he monitors the world's off-kilter-culture and produces his dark twisted dreams. Character driven clashes of urban pop culture, classic children's stories and neo-Victorian industrial neverlands.
Carole Nelson Douglas
Carole Nelson Douglas's 54 genre-crossing novels include SF/F, mystery, and romance bestsellers. Current titles include the Delilah Street, Paranormal Investigator urban fantasy series (Dancing with Werewolves, Brimstone Kiss).
G. D. Falksen
G. D. Falksen is the author of several serials, including The Strange Case of the All-Seeing Ear, as well as An Unfortunate Engagement and The Mask of Tezcatlipoca, both of which are appearing in Steampunk Tales (http://www.steampunktales.com/). He is also a speaker on the steampunk subculture, having given interviews on the subject to The New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle and MTV. He is also the lead writer for the video game project AIR: Steampunk (http://www.airsteampunk.com/). He has given talks on history, the neo-vintage movement, and the steampunk subculture at various conventions on the East Coast.
Diana Gabaldon's OUTLANDER novels have been described by Salon magazine as: "The smartest historical sci-fi adventure-romance ever written by a science Ph.D. with a background in scripting Scrooge McDuck comic books."
Cherie Priest is the author of seven novels from Tor books and Subterranean Press, including Boneshaker, the award-winning Eden Moore series, Dreadful Skin, and Fathom.
Eric Flint is a science fiction and fantasy author as well as an editor. As an author, he has published about thirty novels. As an editor, he has issued about as many anthologies.
Jana Oliver is best known for her Time Rovers® Series set in 1888 London during the reign of Jack the Ripper. A combination of steam punk, science fiction and historical mystery, the series has won ten awards. The author still wonders if someone didn't add the scores correctly.
Stirling is best known for his Draka series of alternate history novels and the more recent time travel/alternate history Nantucket series and Emberverse series.
And more to be listed.
For your last moment outfit and costume needs go here.
also this ebay thing where you can get something cheap
So who is going to go to what?