Over Memorial Day weekend, my husband and I attended The World Steampunk Expo in Dearborn MI. It was very nice. I gave four talks about various topics, so I had a good amount of my gear with me, including some of my gun mods. We shipped a box and two trunks back to Seattle at the end of the convention, but somehow Fed Ex managed to lose one of the trunks. As luck or Murphy would have it, this trunk contained two of my gun mods, including the one I am the most proud of. I have worked with them to try and find the trunk, but to no avail. I would ask that if you see this gun, the Suffragette, please let me know. I would really like to get it back. I know this is an enormous long shot, but I figured it couldn’t hurt to ask. The rest of the contents of this trunk are in this Flickr gallery. I am trying to replace as much as I can, but most of it will be impossible. I am devastated by this loss. What’s worse, I am having a hard time planning our trip to Dragoncon now that I don’t trust shipping methods and I have never trusted the airlines. Boots, hats, and props are all difficult things to transport. There just isn’t any way we can take enough time to drive from Seattle to Atlanta. These are the woes of a traveling steampunk. I am sure at least some of you can relate.
About The Author
I am an illustrator, writer, costumer and steampunk enthusiast. I am currently vice chair and art director of Steamcon V, a steampunk convention occurring October 25th - 27th 2013 in Bellevue WA.
I have done illustration for comic books, animation and collectible card games such as Magic the Gathering and Legend of the Five Rings. Currently, I do art for my own line of cards and gifts in my Zazzle shop.