• Posts Tagged ‘Errow Collins’

    It Won’t Cost You a Cent

    by  • December 5, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    A letter by J. Julian Watson, as provided by his cousin, Dana Mele Art by Errow Collins Dear Family and Friends, Happy holidays from the Watson family! As always, this December delivers swirling snow, crowded malls, and another annual update from Julian, Molly, Hunter, and Tesla. It’s been a year, and so much has...

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    The Giftie

    by  • September 19, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The Giftie

    An essay by Sadie Loveday, as provided by Judith Field Art by Errow Collins O wad some Pow’r the giftie gie us To see oursels as ithers see us! (Robert Burns, “To a Louse”) On my 40th birthday, I said to myself, “Sadie, it’s time for life to begin.” Sadie Loveday, spinster of this...

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    Steam & Hot Air

    by  • August 1, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Steam & Hot Air

    An essay by Tom Hetson, as provided by Zach Bartlett Art by Errow Collins The Pneumatic Chron-Accurate Reminder Siren mounted on our front porch let out two harsh trills in rapid succession, signaling lunchtime. We wondered how it managed to keep time so regularly–most of a clock’s inner workings seemed to have been arranged...

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    The Confession of Lyle Timmons

    by  • June 20, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The Confession of Lyle Timmons

    An essay by Lyle Timmons, as provided by Jacob M. Lambert Art by Errow Collins There must have been something in the injection, some chemical that made them that way, like zombies, but without the macabre stipulations: no eating flesh, brains, or pathological virus spread through biting. No, from what I’ve heard–in the news...

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    Marasmus

    by  • April 25, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Marasmus

    An essay by Marasmus, as provided by Damien Krsteski Art by Errow Collins On the beach, squinting at the setting sun, was when the thought of murdering Rashid first crossed your mind. The waves rolled in while you did the math and realized that the time was ripe to take over the poor guy’s...

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    Alone

    by  • March 14, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Alone

    An essay by William Considine, as provided by Thomas Canfield Art by Errow Collins The month Liam entered the fourth grade, I got called into a parents-teacher conference at the school. I pretty much knew what to expect by then. Liam’s teachers attributed his problems to some sort of learning disability, which was natural...

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    A Piece of My Mind

    by  • February 15, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    A Piece of My Mind

    An essay by Dr. David Jackson, as provided by Tom Howard Art by Errow Collins I woke up smelling ripe strawberries, then antiseptic and bleach. Small machines whirred and pumped around me, sounding familiar. I was afraid to open my eyes. A series of beeps from a nearby machine betrayed my wakefulness. My blood...

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    Jack the Giant-Killer: A Species Traitor?

    by  • December 28, 2015 • Fiction • 4 Comments

    Jack the Giant-Killer: A Species Traitor?

    Presented to the Journal of Ahistorical Archeology┬áby Professor T. Phineas Munbar, Ph. D., Fellow, A. A. A., as provided by Dave D’Alessio Art by Errow Collins Giants were apparently more common in the past then they are today. The Bible refers to giants, as do Greek mythology, the Torah, and Dante’s Inferno. However, the...

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