Well, after far too long, I am done with the draft of the Path of the Black Flag. This is the roleplaying supplement I’ve been working off and on for the last year or two, which gives you rules and ideas for playing an anarchist adventurer in the Pathfinder roleplaying game. If you are interested in helping out with that, please let me know in the comments.
Well, we have bylaws now. One of the key parts of the Libsoc Caucus structure is the concept of the affinity. In this episode, we discuss how to form affinity groups, and plan on having the first General Assembly of the Caucus on January 3rd, 2018. Here are some guidelines for forming an affinity group for the Caucus. Onward!
On the weekend of July 21st, 2018, as part of the Steampunk Honesdale festivities, the Greater Honesdale Partnership, in association with the Wayne County Arts Alliance, will hold a Steampunk Fashion Show in Honesdale’s Central Park.
We are looking for current and aspiring fashion designers to present fashion selections inspired by the Steampunk aesthetic. We will provide a stages, audience, and emcee. You will need to provide the fashions and the models. If you are interested in participating, please contact the Wayne County Arts Alliance.
One the weekend of July 21st, 2018, as part of the Steampunk Honesdale Festivities, the Wayne County Arts Alliance, in partnership with the Greater Honesdale Partnership, present the 2nd Annual Steampunk Art Exhibition. There will be four sections of the exhibition: The Cabinet of Curiosities, The Stourbridge Lion Imperial Locomotive, The Steam Exhibit, and the Haberdashery Spectacle.
The Cabinet of Curiosities
The cabinet of curiosities was a mainstay in the house of any well-to-do intellectual for hundreds of years. In honor of Steampunk Honesdale 2018, we are building our own Steampunk Cabinet of Curiosities. All entries should be less than a foot tall, and something that might be found in a mad scientist’s or Victorian occultist’s personal collection of weird stuff. All accepted entries will be displayed in a rented storefront for the duration of the weekend.
The Stourbridge Lion Imperial Locomotive
We are building a steampunk locomotive. We need artists to construct the cars and engine. Each car and the engine will be sponsored by a local business, and the resulting locomotive will run on special tracks set up for the weekend.
The Steam Exhibit
This is a free-form exhibit, open to all sculpture and other forms of artwork made with the Steampunk theme. All artwork will be displayed in the courtyard of the Cooperage on Saturday, July 21st, throughout the day and the Steampunk Ball happening at the Cooperage later that night. Artists may sell their art at the exhibit, and set up vendor tables for purely art items (no jewelry or clothing.) Artists may display their work for free if they are WCAA members. Non-members must pay at $35 fee, which also gets them an individual membership in the WCAA.
The Haberdashery Spectacle
Top hats, especially altered top hats, are icons of Steampunk. We will be supplying selected artists with a top hat and supplies, each entry being sponsored by a local business. They will make their own interpretation of a “steampunk hat.”
On the weekend of July 21st, 2018, as part of the Steampunk Honesdale festivities, the Wayne County Arts Alliance, in partnership with the Greater Honesdale Partnership, present the innagrual Steampunk Pinewood Derby. The Derby will have two parts: The Race, and The Design Contest.
The race will take place in Central Park, Honesdale, during the weekend. We will be using typical pinewood derby rules.
The Design Contest
Submitted cars will be judged on technical skill, creativity, and expressing the Steampunk theme. While cars submitted to the design contest do not need to actually participate in the race portion (although they are encouraged to do so), they must qualify for the race under the rules linked to above.
Wherein I, Mike, Matt, and Nathan once again talk about bylaws. Mike introduced his own draft, which I am really digging. Hopefully we’ll have a version nailed down for voting some time next week, after which we can concentrate on the platform.
A short one this time, I talk to Nick Manley, a contributor to The Center for a Stateless Society, Alliance of the Libertarian Left, The Libertarian Institute, and the Molinari Review (profile of Gustave Molinari.) We talk about, among other things, some of the caucuses within the Libertarian Party.