Review of Wild Wild West Con 4

Reblogged on – I’ll be asking Matt of ArcaneArmoury about his experience at WWWCon4, too. I’m very glad he got to meet the Airship Ambassador, among others!

Airship Ambassador


Wild Wild West Con 4 was another rousing immersive steampunk convention success for directors Diana Given and Jason Drotman. Held on March 6 – 8 at Old Tucson, the event surpassed all previous attendance marks. Anecdotally, I heard that the park had it’s highest attendance ever on Saturday.

Old Tucson is a working film location and western theme park located in Tucson, Arizona, and has been the location for filming more than 300 movies and TV shows. First built in 1938 for the movie Arizona, it opened to the public as a theme park in 1960, while remaining a filming location as well.

Little House on the Prairie was filmed there, although the wardrobe collectibles on display, and a good part of the studios, were destroyed in a fire in 1995. The park reopened in 1997 with some new buildings, but it would be 2011 before the…

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Interview – Misfit Wedding

Great things happen when people with similar interests get together and share ideas. That is one reason why I love to interview certain folk on my journey through the Aetherweb. A while ago, I was invited to submit a directory listing for a new website. I followed my inner compass (which metaphorically lights up and goes ‘ding!’ when my intuition is spot on) and it led me to join Misfit Wedding. Just the name gave me an encouraging nod!

This month, I’m honoured to have been chosen as ‘Misfit of the Month’ and as I was curious about their site’s origins, I’ve interviewed them right back.  May I introduce Joe and John:


1.Tell us the story of how Misfit Wedding came about?