• Posts Tagged ‘Leigh Legler’

    Fiction: Ice Words, Fire Fonts, and Other Scripts Unwritten by Human Hands, An Introduction

    by  • May 13, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Art for "Ice Words, Fire Fonts, and Other Scripts Unwritten by Human Hands, An Introduction"

    An essay by Dr. T. van E. Tengbergen, as provided by Tais Teng Art by Leigh Legler From the Institute for Nonsapient Linguistics: Fire fonts are most often discovered in burned roof beams: traceries in slightly shinier carbon. Messages range from: “She certainly looked beautiful, but she didn’t want to die alone” to “Never smoke...

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    Fiction: Trash Landing

    by  • April 29, 2019 • Fiction • 2 Comments

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    An essay by Emin Luke, as provided by Liz Hufford Art by Leigh Legler When I got a call to report immediately to Kessler’s office, I knew something was up. Luvy had already arrived and watched as Kessler paced the room. “Well, men, er, team, there’s been a change of plans. You’re taking CS...

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    Fiction: Terminus Post Quem

    by  • April 8, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Daniel Benlainey, as provided by Steve Toase Art by Leigh Legler Daniel Benlainey BA MSc Project Manager Multivallate Archaeology Unit 4 Sunray Farm YK94 1SX D.Benlainey@multivallate.org.uk Simon Campbell BSc Senior Archaeologist Historic Environment Team Callshire County Council County Hall Ostbarnton YK56 4RF Dear Simon, Please find attached the interim site report...

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    The Essence of Sprout

    by  • February 25, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Professor Caldwell Mook, as told to Nick Morrish Art by Leigh Legler It is not often that I agree to become personally involved in one of the scientific experiments that I am investigating. Generally, I prefer to observe and deride from a safe distance. However, Doctor Felix Happensnapper’s research into sensory...

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    I Didn’t Break the Lamp: Featuring Leigh Legler (interior artist)

    by  • February 21, 2019 • MSJ Time Machine, On Kickstarter • 0 Comments

    Mabel's Mission

    Today, we’re featuring our third interior artist for I Didn’t Break the Lamp: Historical Accounts of Imaginary Acquaintances, Leigh Legler. Leigh was an artist who came to us on a recommendation from another artist, and we’ve been in love with their work ever since the very first piece they provided us. Notable among their covers have...

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    Old Mother Shudders

    by  • February 11, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Old Mother Shudders, as provided by Tom McGee Art by Leigh Legler There was a time when everyone knew to come to me for advice … but then my hair began to grey, my back began to stoop, my hands, once so strong, so capable, became frail and wrinkled. I began...

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    Sacrifice

    by  • January 28, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by Eleanor Bradley, as provided by Annika Sundberg Art by Leigh Legler My name is Eleanor Bradley and I am the reason you are alive. How do I know this, you ask? Anyone could be reading this. But here’s the deal. I saved all of you. You’re welcome. Too bad I didn’t...

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    Project Calyptra

    by  • January 14, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An account by an anonymous former contract worker, as provided by Rick Tobin Art by Leigh Legler Leaked Inter-Agency Memorandum: Correspondence of Manager Edward Simpson to Director P. Wallace Tyler of January 8, 2019 To: Dr. P. Wallace Tyler, Director Advanced Invertebrate Studies Program Plum Island Animal Disease Center U.S. Department of Agriculture Plum...

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    How to Build a Pig-Duck: The Do-It-Yourselfer’s Guide to Hybrids, Chimeras, and Synthetic Biology

    by  • December 10, 2018 • Fiction • 0 Comments

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    An essay by S. M. Plathock, as provided by Rachel Rodman Art provided by Leigh Legler Introduction For you, nature isn’t enough. When you go outdoors and see something beautiful–a deer, say, backgrounded by trees–you feel all the normal stuff: awe, wonder, majesty, and blah, blah, blah. But beneath that, not too far below the...

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