Via Claire Nally: Why the #Steampunk genre isn't losing steam www.huffingtonpost.com/desirina-boskovich/why-steampunk_b_6053796.html?utm_hp_ref=tw via @HuffPostBooks #EL0662
Via Humanity Hallows: We continue our coverage of #HIPGothic #Manchester with 'What is This Thing Called Steampunk?' www.humanityhallows.co.uk/so-what-is-this-thing-called-steampunk/ @mmu_hssr @gothicmmu
Via The Blogging Goth: #Manchester #Gothic Festival 2014 - Day Two #blog #HIPGothic wp.me/p2PDAe-cB via @wordpressdotcom @gothicmmu
Via Catherine Spooner: What Is This Thing Called Steampunk? From the fabulous people @gothicmmu www.staff.mmu.ac.uk/manmetlife/news/view/steampunk
Also, it was Halloween a few days ago. Online friend and blogger Carla Valentine, curator of Barts Pathology Museum in London, was on the Alan Titchmarsh Show on ITV (available to watch until the end of November) talking about the real-life medical origins of some of the monster legends. Carla has written this up into a very interesting blog, so I thought I'd share that with you. Did you know that Catholic doctrine classed lepers as undead...? I didn't. Read up for loads more interesting facts.