Updated September 20th, 2017
Where’s the Punk? | Published on The Fedora Chronicles September 20th, 2017
Guest writer Phoebe Darqueling let's us pirate her article about the punk element that might be missing in steampunk
"Cassini: The Human Adventure is Just Beginning,"| September 19th, 2017
Eric Renderking Fisk shares his feelings about the end of an era in exploring the ringed gas giant and her moons.
The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show #67 |
September 17th, 2017
A conversation about the "Back to The Future" movies and whether they are Dieselpunk.
"Blood of Victory" Reviewed by Eric Renderking Eric Renderking Fisk reviews Andrew Furst's book from 2002: "This time the novel is about a Russian writer I. A. Serebin who is an exile in French but travels back and forth to Romania to see his ailing girlfriend and eventually recruited into a plot that began with the British Secret Service to stop the flow of oil from Romania to Nazi Germany. That cause is taken up by a group of colorful characters that another reviewer called ‘colorful misfits,’ who make it absolutely sure that they make Serebin aware that his participation isn’t a choice."
Read past reviews in The Book Cellar.
Episode 65 - Synchronicity | September 9th, 2017
In the first half of the show we welcome back Jim Loretta and chat about what he’s been up to and what’s been keeping him away from the microphone. Then after the break, Walt Schanabel and Eric Renderking Fisk, talk about the concept of Synchronicity – specific events that are "meaningful coincidences." Then Walt and Eric talk about The Mandela Effect, a phenomenon when many people insist they remember history happening differently, and what might cause that.
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"The Harlot of Steampunk Babylon," |July 11th, 2017 -
The punch line? When a group has a leader with a messiah complex, it always ends badly! Commentary by Eric Renderking Fisk
Radio Show #64: Holly Gonzalez | March 15th, 2017
Interview with Retrospect Station’s very own Holly Gonzalez, dieselpunk author, retropunk activists, and advocate for retrocentric people everywhere. We discuss the various aspects retropunk – especially Steam and Diesel – and what is it about Dieselpunk that she likes more? We also talk about where she and her husband find the incredible images they’ve archived on the Facebook group: Retrospect Station.
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