Gatehouse Gazette 20

This 1930s edition of Gatehouse Gazette has a lot of dirt and grit in it, from crickey, secret Nazi stuff to Russian dieselpunk, but it also features the elegance of the interwar period with Art Deco, radio and fashion.


  • Amyett, L., “The Golden Age of Radio,” 5-6
  • Brackley, I., “Gents,” 35-36
  • Davia, L., “Review: The Chronoscope,” 25
  • Davia, L., “Review: Ignition City,” 26
  • Heyvaert, H., “Review: Tales of the Nightside,” 31-32
  • Heyvaert, H., “Review: The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures” 29
  • Heyvaert, H., “Review: Up” 29
  • Heyvaert, H., “Local Steampunk: Prague,” 34
  • Heyvaert, H., “The Steampunk Wardrobe,” 38-39
  • Ottens, N., “Dieselpunk Architecture,” 7-10
  • Ottens, N., “Nazis in the Antarctic,” 22
  • Krichevsky, E., “Half Full, Half Empty: Russian Dieselpunk,” 33
  • Rauchfuß, M., “Hitler’s Nightmare World Capital,” 19-20
  • Rauchfuß, M., “Flüsterparty in Munich,” 25
  • Rauchfuß, M., “Review: Fistful of Reefer,” 28
  • Rauchfuß, M., “Review: Unhallowed Metropolis,” 30
  • Wilson, T., “Watching the Great Crash From the Ground Floor,” 13-17
  • Wyngaert, van den, B., “Review: Captain America: The First Avenger,” 27
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    1. I just found out about GG from my friend Larry Amyett. Issue 20 looks great as I skim over its table of contents! I am sure that #20 will only be the first of many back (and future) issues that I will download and enjoy reading. Downloading now and thanks for making it available…

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