• Posts Tagged ‘Justine McGreevy’

    Try to Dismember Doctor September

    by  • November 9, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Try to Dismember Doctor September

    An essay by Minister Sinister, as provided by Daniel Coble Art by Justine McGreevy Helen thinks that the schoolbus thing was the first sign that Doctor September was turning “good,” but I disagree. I mean, it was a bus full of little children, for Christ’s sake. If it had been me, I probably would have...

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    The Amazing Doctor Clifford

    by  • August 24, 2015 • Fiction • 1 Comment

    The Amazing Doctor Clifford

    An essay by Colonel Green, client, as provided by E. M. Eastick Art by Justine McGreevy The Chetworth Village Market murmured with Saturday morning shoppers zipping their coats to the chill in the air, chatting with neighbors, and browsing the swirly mauves and greens of flowery folk art posing as tea cups and saucers. Without...

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    Beginning Mad Science: the Path to Greatening Yourself

    by  • July 27, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Beginning Mad Science: The Path to Greatening Yourself

    An essay by Dr. Phillip “Pip” Jaminson, as provided by Michael Hudson Art by Justine McGreevy Welcome aspiring overlords, misanthropic geniuses, and sociopathic ne’er do wells! So you’ve decided to become a mad scientist rather than languish among the standard old run of the mill madmen? An astounding and thoroughly rewarding life awaits you should...

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    Lasagna with Legs

    by  • April 20, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Lasagna with Legs

    An essay by John Baker, as provided by Rich Knight Art by Justine McGreevy “I’ve created a monster!” … is what I wish I could say. But I can’t. Not with this sad, pathetic mess writhing on my kitchen table. The best I could say is, “I’ve created a mess,” and even that was being generous....

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    Floating

    by  • February 16, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Floating

    An essay by Dr. Barrett Eustice, as provided by Chris Vander Kaay Art by Justine McGreevy They still call me lightweight at work. They think it’s funny, and I never said anything the first time they did it, so now I’m stuck with it. I know they don’t take me seriously at the lab. If there...

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    Accelerating Universe

    by  • October 20, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    A log by cryotechnician Coadyl Rassin. Here, transcribed by Dennis Staples Art by Justine McGreevy My shift begins an hour after I wake up, whatever time that is. I don’t really know. I haven’t gotten used to reading the ship’s clocks. The alarms are set up by the computer techs though, so I never...

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    The Last Unit

    by  • May 19, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Jane Meadows, as provided by Judith Field Art by Justine McGreevy “Jane, that mad woman’s here again,” says Ben, my summer student pharmacist, looking out of the dispensary into the shop. “Keep your voice down!” I hiss, following his gaze. A woman in her mid-thirties stands by the counter. I think she must...

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    Its Terrible White Horn

    by  • April 14, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Dr. Vadim Orlov, as provided by Ian Rose Art by Justine McGreevy I did it. It was me. We have all paid the price for my hubris and that of the fools who joined me. This is my confession. I released the unicorn into our world. We discovered its remains in...

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