The Concordium

There’s a new Steampunk magazine that hit shelves in select book stores across the nation last month, The Concordium.

This magazine is produced by United States Navy Journalist-turned-Art Director Steve Kimball (a.k.a. Phineas J. Foxx). It chock full of interesting articles and photographs sure to delight Steampunks of all interests and backgrounds. It’s an impressive 64 page full color publication, though there is little information on the website itself as to what is in the magazine. There is, at the very least, an article on the recent Alice in Wonderland film and coverage of the Steampunk World’s Fair.

The Concordium is presently distributed through a national independent magazine distributor to get copies to all of the major bookstore chains and outlets, though independent ventures catering to Steampunks can buy the magazine in whole-sale bulk prices here. Individuals can get personal subscriptions to a year of the Concordium for a paltry fifteen dollars here.

2 comments on “The Concordium

  1. Larry says:

    Classy looking magazine.

  2. Ink says:

    It looks really interesting, but… man, that’s $7.50 a tic! I hope it becomes really popular, because I would buy a subscription if it were published even only bi-monthly…

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