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    Old Mother Shudders

    by  • February 11, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Art for "Old Mother Shudders"

    An essay by Old Mother Shudders, as provided by Tom McGee Art by Leigh Legler There was a time when everyone knew to come to me for advice … but then my hair began to grey, my back began to stoop, my hands, once so strong, so capable, became frail and wrinkled. I began...

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    Forty-Flesh Barrier

    by  • February 4, 2019 • Fiction • 1 Comment

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    An essay by Tethys, as provided by Raluca Balasa Art by Luke Spooner Across the bar hangs a sign reading Humans Only. A man with a seeing eye dog sits exactly twenty-three meters from me, hazy in the smoke under the fire basins. As my colonel banters with the bartender, I study that dog....

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    Sacrifice

    by  • January 28, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Eleanor Bradley, as provided by Annika Sundberg Art by Leigh Legler My name is Eleanor Bradley and I am the reason you are alive. How do I know this, you ask? Anyone could be reading this. But here’s the deal. I saved all of you. You’re welcome. Too bad I didn’t...

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    Every Little Star

    by  • January 21, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Evangeline Artemisia “Artie” Quelch, as provided by Fiona Moore Art by America Jones 5 May 1963. Two weeks sealed in the pilot’s cabin on top of the gigantic Shackleton speed-of-light rocket had made me intimately familiar with the size of the universe. Of being approximately sixty-six thousand cubic centimetres of wet...

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    Project Calyptra

    by  • January 14, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An account by an anonymous former contract worker, as provided by Rick Tobin Art by Leigh Legler Leaked Inter-Agency Memorandum: Correspondence of Manager Edward Simpson to Director P. Wallace Tyler of January 8, 2019 To: Dr. P. Wallace Tyler, Director Advanced Invertebrate Studies Program Plum Island Animal Disease Center U.S. Department of Agriculture Plum...

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    Product Review: Chronochill

    by  • January 7, 2019 • Fiction • 2 Comments

    Art for "Product Review: Chronochill"

    As provided by Joachim Heijndermans Art by Dawn Vogel Product Name: Chronochill Max Duozone® – Black Version Price: $389,95 & free shipping Customer Rating: *** with 85 customer reviews In Stock. Product Description: Item Weight:  39lbs/ 17kg. Shipping Weight:  49lbs/ 22kg. Manufacturer: Chronochill LTD. ASIN: B008HFSSB2. Item Model Nr: 866339266CC. ~ Product Information: Temporal Shift...

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    The Synchronicity of Guilt and Gravity

    by  • December 31, 2018 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    The 2035 Nobel Prize Lecture in Psycho-Physics Dr. Kilgore Bisson Lagrange L5 Colony PRIAM As provided by Richard Krepski Art provided by Errow Collins I first came upon the notion of the synchronicity of guilt and gravity in my background reading for an undergrad course on the Cold War–some flippant remarks in an essay...

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    That Man Behind the Curtain: November 2018

    by  • December 25, 2018 • Man Behind the Curtain • 0 Comments

    Krampus

    November was a relatively quiet month as we shipped out the last of the backer rewards from our Kickstarter and working to get our Winter 2019 quarterly together.  Continue reading for a look at how this all shook out. The Money Aspect Amounts in parentheses are losses/expenses.Web Resources: (-$17.06)Stories: (-$100.00)Art: (-$340.53)Advertising: (-$369.93)Processing Fees: (-$16.56)Printing:...

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    Two to the Power of One

    by  • December 24, 2018 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Dr Kenneth Mueller, as provided by Melanie Rees Art provided by America Jones “It’s an arm. Just an arm.” I look at the skinny piece of meat attached to my shoulder. Devoid of muscle definition, it looks more like beef jerky. But beef jerky is edible, right? I lift my left...

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