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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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    Failure to Comply

    by  • October 2, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    Diary by Raya Fallere and reports by L. D. Summus, as provided by Sarah Cavar Art by Errow Collins Purity Commission for the Maintenance of Our Perfect Order Reports on The Recent Escape of Self-Hacking Defective As transcribed by L. D. Summus The following file has been collected from the personal belongings of Defective...

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    Horace McClarm’s Invention

    by  • September 25, 2017 • Fiction • 2 Comments

    Art for "Horace McClarm's Invention"

    An essay by Detective Gentry Harris, as provided by Domenic diCiacca Art by Amanda Jones “Let me assure you, Mr. McClarm, calling us was the right thing to do. I’m Detective Harris. Now take your time and start at the beginning, or you can simply show me where the body is.” Electronics, mechanical gadgets, and...

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    The Unfortunate Incident that Took Place During Our Annual Take Your Offspring to Work Day

    by  • September 11, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    From the desk of Doctor Gracie McMillian Doctor of Psychological Operations, Germ Warfare, Cloning, and Floral Arranging: Schrodinger–Milgram Research Laboratory As provided by Allison Spector Art by Justine McGreevy TO:  Dr. Olivia Carter; Dr. James Peterson; Dr. Wanda Hickenlooper; Mr. & Mrs. Lilith Stein; Chief Inspector Patricia Jordan; Mr. Waggles the Sentient Canine; Experiments 313 (Ted), 345 (Sven), 932 (Annie)...

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    My Fragile Butterfly

    by  • September 4, 2017 • Fiction • 1 Comment

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    An essay by Jeremy Kelsey, as provided by Megan Dorei Art by Shannon Legler Subject 42 is staring at me with greenhouse eyes, symmetrically accurate rainbow worlds suspended in crystal. They were brown when I met him, but the transmutation process liquefies ocular flesh, so I had to contain them in glass. The effect...

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    I, Angelica

    by  • August 28, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    Notorious android murderess Angelica X shares her story, as told to Wesley O. Cohen Art by Luke Spooner This is what I tell the others: if he had made me out of bones, Dr. Fleischmann would have liked me better. He hated the metal plates of my teeth. He hated seeing steel when he...

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    Snap and Crackle

    by  • August 21, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Doctor Rufus Highgate, as provided by Maureen Bowden Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye My receptionist bounced through the doorway without knocking. “The new one’s arrived, Doc. He’s a jitterer. D’ya want a slug of Mother’s Ruin before I haul him in?” I sighed. “Please show our patients some respect, Becki, and no,...

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    The Window Cleaner

    by  • August 14, 2017 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Venijamin Trayan, as provided by Kaitlin Moore Art by Errow Collins When one wasn’t looking directly at it, the Window was completely invisible. The fine seam between worlds vanished to an edge sharp enough to draw blood. Tomas the Watchmaker had been tinkering in his workshop when he brushed his hand...

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