Changing the Past
Dieselpunk didn’t start with a bang. It started with the crack of a whip. When Indiana Jones blazed his way onto the big screen in 1981, he popularized a postmodern style of art that has continued to evolve over the past three decades.
New to dieselpunk? Read Tome Wilson’s introduction to the genre.
Mapping World War II
I didn’t get into steampunk to be an activist.
When punks claimed steampunk for themselves, old timers were dismayed. But it turned out their “dressed-up, recreationary nostalgia” was more popular than the you’re-either-with-us-or-against-us politics of the punks. Continue reading