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Saturday, September 27 at 2:00pm
609 W. Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City

Darkfaery Subculture Magazine and the Darkfaery Girls would like to invite you to a unique experiance in the art of Steampunk, Victorian, and Deco culture.

This is an open call to Vendors, Performers, Artisans, Crafters, Sponsors, and our fellows interested in becoming a part of this as it takes shape. Vendor tables are free. Entry to this event is free to the public. I will attach more details here as they become available.

Performers, we have a few hours available for performance art, music, or comedy acts.

Vendors, we will require you to have a few photos of your booth space and a detailed example of what you intend to sell. We must insist that your wares be steampunk, old west, victorian, edwardian, up to the 1930′s and or no later than WWII era.

Our space will go quite fast as it is limited. Feel free to contact Duvy, Mandolin Cole, or Vanessa Green here on FB or e-mail us at steammakeraffair@gmail.com

Booth space is free. We must insist that your wares be steampunk, old west, Victorian, Edwardian, up to the 1930′s and/or no later than WWII era. This does include Diesel punk and Art Déco. This is a themed event. Prizes will be given. TBA.Entry into this event: Free. You can come and go as you please. You can wander around freely. it doesn’t cost anything.

Entertainment: We have several performers lined up. Christophe Murdock will be performing in the evening. Ivy Grey will be performing throughout the event, and Toxic Dragons Custom Lighting will be providing amazing lights and sound. More will be added as I approve them. If you know of a performance artist that might like to be at this event, please feel free to get in touch. We currently have some room.

Venue: DC on Film Row is a free event space for creatives and innovators, home builders and the homeless, celebrators and the celebrated. DC on Film Row is hosted by the patent, trademark, and copyright law firm of Dunlap Codding. Our goal in creating this community space is to celebrate the incredible diversity of creativity, innovation, and passion within Oklahoma City and provide a venue–free of charge–to those groups and individuals working to bind us all together. Located at 609 W. Sheridan Avenue, Oklahoma City on historic Film Row.

https://www.facebook.com/dcfilmrow

 

So, if you remember this website before it was hacked and deleted we had over 6,000 links to various things that fit our magazine. We are seriously trying to reclaim all those links and all that content, but we need your help. Do you have a website that used to be linked up with us? Do you or one of your friends have a business or service that you think we should feature? Contact us on Facebook or shoot us an email at duvy.dfsm@gmail.com

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Darkfaery Subculture Magazine: Issue 25

By Darkfaery Subculture Magazine in Darkfaery Subculture Magazine

28 pages, published 5/28/2014

In This Issue: Ian Machine, Photographer Joseph C.G., Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Horror Remakes: The Good, The Bad, and The Brilliant
Version15: Issue 3: Volume 1

By Darkfaery Subculture Magazine in Darkfaery Subculture Magazine

24 pages, published 3/17/2014

In this Issue: Carmilla Jo, Macabre Lilith, Gravity, Underground Monster Carnival and Skaior Designs
Version 15: Issue 2: Volume 1

By Darkfaery Subculture Magazine in Darkfaery Subculture Magazine

24 pages, published 2/14/2014

In this Issue: Heather Bond Photography, Featured Model Wrecker, Pierced to death by love, sweep me off my feet, horror style, Touched by Darkness, Hunger Untamed

In this Issue: Lynda Von Lotta, Kathy Alexa, Miss Cobweb, Dennis McDonald, Panda Face Photography, Horror Television, Touch: A Vampire Fairy Tale Paperback, Gothic Spirits pres. Dark Ladies 4, WRAPPED IN RED, A Dark World of Spirits and Fey

Darkfaery Subculture Magazine: Version 15: Issue 1: Volume 1

By Darkfaery Subculture Magazine in Darkfaery Subculture Magazine

28 pages, published 12/10/2013

In this Issue:Lynda Von Lotta, Kathy Alexa, Miss Cobweb, Dennis McDonald, Panda Face Photography, Horror Television, Touch: A Vampire Fairy Tale Paperback, Gothic Spirits pres. Dark Ladies 4, WRAPPED IN RED, A Dark World of Spirits and Fey

We have just released the second Issue of Fan Front Magazine. In this issue we have Felicia Day, Tokyo in Tulsa, a salute to TV’s Supernatural, Artwork by Jasic and more.

Fan Front Issue 2

By Darkfaery Subculture Magazine in Fan Front Magazine

24 pages, published 11/21/2013

In this Issue: Tokyo in Tulsa, Salute to Supernatural, Artwork by Jasric, Felicia Day

It’s been awhile since there has been an actual copy of Darkfaery Subculture Magazine on the streets. We were down and out for awhile and it seemed like it would never end, but we’re busy digging our way out of the grave for 2014. There is so much music and darkness that we missed over the last year or so and we would love for you to fill us in on what we have missed.

We have started accepting submissions again after a long pause. As such there will be some changes to our format. We’re doing way with deadlines, content will go into the magazine as we receive it if it reaches a certain standard. If we receive your work before we release an issue it will go in that issue, if not it will queue for the next issue. Please do not email us every single day and ask us about this. We will email you as soon as we have decided to publish you. This was a serious problem before and we want to snip that early on.

We’re going to start accepting Dark Poetry! That’s right…we stopped accepting poetry for a few years because there was just so much of it, but now we want to hear your words. We want to look in your eyes and see that we know you as much as you know us.

You might noticed all of the old pages and posts are gone. I tried my best to recover them, but not one of my backups turned out to be any good. I’m starting from scratch. Until I get all the info back up on the website you’ll just have to hit me up with questions.