By Ellen Brickley Leonardo da Vinci was punk. Bear with me. He was born outside of wedlock and received little formal schooling. Apprenticed to master painter Verrocchio, legend has it that the master laid down his paintbrush when he saw how well Leonardo had painted the robes of an angel in The Baptism of Christ … Continue reading Clockpunk
By Ellen Brickley Decopunk is one of the more glittery punk genres, inspired by the technological innovation and decadence of the interwar period of the twentieth century. Some writers consider Decopunk a subset of Dieselpunk, which focuses on the same time period but deals with the heavier tech of locomotives, early air travel, machine guns, … Continue reading Decopunk
Ellen Brickley is a novelist and essayist. Her writing has appeared in Banshee literary journal and the Irish Times. She was the recipient of a Literature Bursary from the Arts Council in 2017 and is currently working on an essay collection. Ellen has been a member of Cupán Fae for four years and has contributed to Cupán Fae Anthologies: Dublin's Fierce City, and Fiercepunk.