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Fiction: Time and Again

An essay by an unnamed assistant, as provided by Stephen D. Rogers Art by Errow Collins First of all, it wasn’t my fault. And even if it were my fault, it was an accident. I never meant to bend time … Continue reading

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Fiction: Tempo Rubato

An essay by an unnamed musician, as provided by Jonathan Danz Art by Errow Collins Tonight, backstage is too hot, too dark, too much like some high-ceilinged mausoleum straight out of one of those old Friday night TV horror shows. … Continue reading

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Fiction: Excerpts from “Mission Log”

An essay by Aleksandr Karamazov, as provided by Ashlyn Churchill Art by Errow Collins January 24 My name is no longer Aleksandr Karamazov. When this record is released, you will finally know that I am the man who brought you … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Break the Lamp: Featuring Errow Collins (interior artist)

Today, our featured interior artist for I Didn’t Break the Lamp: Historical Accounts of Imaginary Acquaintances is Errow Collins. As mentioned last week, we met Errow and their partner, America Jones, at Geek Girl Con. Errow has created a lot of … Continue reading

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The Parts of Him That I Can Help With

An essay by Stephen L. Thayer, as provided by Gordon B. White Art by Errow Collins My younger brother Cameron never understood what working from home meant, so when he called me at 2:30 pm, I was wrist-deep in a … Continue reading

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The Synchronicity of Guilt and Gravity

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 … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Killed Gods

An essay by Dr. Thomas Ain, as provided by Matthew R. Davis Art provided by Errow Collins My friends, I have been called before you tonight in order that I might bring you something that has been sorely lacking in recent … Continue reading

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The Day I Saved the Science Fair

An essay by Daniela Villanueva, as provided by Alyssa N. Vaughn Art provided by Errow Collins I’d like to tell you about the first time I ever took out a superhero. I was eleven. The afternoon it all began, I … Continue reading

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The Salvaged Soul

An essay by an unnamed father, as provided by Tom Lund Art by Errow Collins The engineer never told me his name, but only that he worked at a certain lab not far from the empty little pub in which … Continue reading

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Ephemerene

An essay by Roberta, as provided by Chris Walker Art by Errow Collins 1. I am holding her close, whispering, when she disappears. The warm pressure of her embrace is gone, and my arms squeeze inward on the sudden emptiness. … Continue reading

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