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    That Man Behind the Curtain: October 2017

    by  • November 21, 2017 • Man Behind the Curtain • 0 Comments

    Jeremy Zimmerman and a Kitten

    October featured a few new things: We sold books at GeekGirl Con for the first time. We also did a different sort of promotion than we normally do. The Money Aspect Amounts in parentheses are losses/expenses. Hosting: (-$17.06) Stories: (-$75.00) Art: (-$187.63) Advertising: (-$149.09) Processing Fees: (-$4.77) Printing: (-$19.47) Conventions: (-$45.00) Shipping: (-$66.02) Donations:...

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    Sheila Get Your Gun

    by  • November 20, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Mrs Sheila Merrill, as provided by Maureen Bowden Art by Amanda Jones It was New Year’s Day. The doorbell rang; I wrapped a towel around my wet hair and opened the door to Louise, my great-granddaughter. “Hello, dear.” I said. “I’m shampooed, rinsed, and ready to be beautified.” “Okay, GG,” she...

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    An Afternoon with Odessa Malko

    by  • November 13, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An interview by R. L. Evars, as provided by Emma Whitehall Art by Ariel Alian Wilson When I first meet Odessa Malko, I barely know what to expect. The marine crypto-biologist has recently become the talk of Aforcaster, with her astounding research into the hitherto-mysterious creature, Microcosmus marinus–otherwise known as the Kraken. However, she...

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    The Observer’s Paradox

    by  • November 6, 2017 • Fiction • 1 Comment

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    An essay by Sorcha Bell, as provided by Judith Field Art by Shannon Legler I stand on the edge of the giddying cliff. The sea crashes below. “Skildir,” I whisper. The word catches on the wind. Soon the sun will rise. I must catch the brief January light. I will see the eagles fly,...

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    That Man Behind the Curtain: September 2017

    by  • October 24, 2017 • Man Behind the Curtain • 0 Comments

    Dawn Vogel and Amanda Cherry cosplaying it up for our table at GeekGirlCon 2017.

    September got back into being zany. We had two conventions we attended and shipped out two books. We learned some lessons along the way. The Money Aspect Amounts in parentheses are losses/expenses. Hosting: (-$17.06) Stories: (-$45.00) Art: (-$187.63) Advertising: (-$115.34) Processing Fees: (-$7.21) Printing: (-$2,457.15) Conventions: (-$45.00) Donations: $68.66 Ad Revenue: $0.12 Physical Sales:...

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    The Molecules That Bind Us

    by  • October 23, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Dr. Ian Wessner, as provided by Christa Carmen Art by Luke Spooner Some might find it disconcerting, creepy, even; but to me, Dr. Ian Wessner Jr., the sound is music to my ears. It’s like something from a Star Wars movie–a combination of R2-D2 passing along some critical message and the Millennium...

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    Is the Vampire Diet Healthy?

    by  • October 16, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Dr. A. Cula and A. B. Positive Reprinted from Hemophagy Today Brought to our attention by E. B. Fischadler Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye For some time now, ballooning baby boomers, ever expanding gen-xers, self-absorbed millennials, and others have been obsessed with various diets such as the Atkins diet, the carbo diet,...

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    Love in the Time of Electronics

    by  • October 9, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Smart Toaster Model KF1, Serial number 140120, as provided by Charlie Neuner Art by Shannon Legler It takes approximately one minute and forty-nine seconds to brown a slice of whole wheat bread. That is a very rough estimation, however. Several variables can alter that figure greatly: the brand, the thickness, the...

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