Tag Archives: America Jones

Fiction: Announcing Genemech’s School for The Future–a revolution in education

A note from Genemech CEO Maximilian Benetton, as provided by Paul Alex Gray Art by America Jones Twenty years ago, I used genetically modified killer bees to wrest control of Genemech. I freed the company from the constraints of unambitious … Continue reading

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Fiction: Off the Shelf

Memos from Yvonne Kulas, as provided by Kathryn Yelinek Art by America Jones To all staff, Abbottsville Public Library Subject: September missing books list Writing Your Perfect Online Dating Profile by Mindi Pepperberg. 306.7302 P294W Date missing: 9/27/2017 Note: Only … Continue reading

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Fiction: A Fragmented Examination of Slingshot Time Travel

An essay by the son of Dr. Morgan Locke, as provided by Hamilton Kohl Art by America Jones [I have had the good fortune to recover a small collection of journal entries archived by an unknown historian of the alternate, … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Break the Lamp: Featuring America Jones (interior artist)

As we’ve done with several of our previous anthology, I Didn’t Break the Lamp will include several pieces of interior art. Today, we’re featuring one of our interior artists, America Jones! We’ve been working with America ever since we met them … Continue reading

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Every Little Star

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 … Continue reading

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Two to the Power of One

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 … Continue reading

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The Benefits and Risks of Calorific Fat Cell Inversion

An essay by Carmel Jimenez, as provided by Denzell Cooper Art provided by America Jones “And this is Carmel.” The director’s voice was muffled by the glass. “She is working on something that will literally–” he made a hand gesture … Continue reading

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A Record of Android M14DA3-Y2015’s Last Week in Headquarters

As told by Employee ID 3583002, transcribed by Teo Yi Han Art provided by America Jones T minus four days All the way to work I debated with myself and changed my mind about once approximately every five minutes: Ask … Continue reading

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Lonely Heart

An Article from the November Issue of The Tri-County News by Luella Mason, as provided by Kathryn Yelinek Art by America Jones What do you do when you find a beating heart under your lilac bush? This question confronted Emmeline Harris, 32, … Continue reading

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Permanent Exhibition

An essay by Mr. Vince DeMarsh, as provided by Dr. J. A. Grier Art by America Jones As an agent for eccentric artist-types, my life was unpredictable, but I had an eye for the kind of talent that made money. … Continue reading

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