Steampunk Expo was this past weekend, and we had a great time. A big thank you to everyone that came by and picked up a book, some art, or just stopped to talk for a little bit.
Even though it was a small show, it was incredibly well run and a lot of fun. A lot of great artists and vendors were there. Below are just a few of the highlights .
We got to hang out with the tea maven of Dryad Tea. If you are a tea lover you should check out her stuff at http://dryadtea.com/. She has a massive variety of teas. My wife is a big fan of her chai teas.
For the heavier drinkers out there make your own special brews of absinthe with the flavors at http://www.leloupgaroualchemy.com/. They have a wide variety and import their wormwood for a true, authentic absinthe.
We got to meet the members of the Dark Princess Theatre. They had some really good tales of supernatural events in the Chattanooga area, and I can’t wait to get started listening to their podcast. You can find them at http://www.darkprincesstheatre.com/.
One of our neighbors was artist Eddie Price (www.eddieprice.net). Go check out his site and pick up some really cool comic art, or one of his handmade 3-d pieces, which are incredible to see in person.
Steampunk author Geoffrey Mandragora was there with his Thunderbolt Chronicles series. Check out his books on his Amazon page here.
We also got to see some of our friends that we haven’t seen for a little while.
If Steampunk Expo will have us, Caralyn and I will be back next year for another fun, steam-driven convention at the Chattanooga Choo Choo.