Tag Archives: Leigh Legler

A Few Simple Instructions Regarding the Proper Methods of Weather Control

A Public Letter by Professor Aldous Vogelsong, as provided by Antonio Urias Art by Leigh Legler Since its publication last spring, Agnes Blackmore’s A Few Simple Instructions Regarding the Proper Methods of Weather Control has caused a great deal of … Continue reading

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When I Grow Up

An essay by an anonymous entity, as provided K. Kitts Art by Leigh Legler When I ask my friends what they want to be when they grow up, they say a hotshot fireman, a policeman, the head of an assassin’s guild. … Continue reading

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Mad Scientists at an Art Show

Two of Mad Scientist Journal’s artists, Leigh Legler and Dawn Vogel, will have pieces in an art show that opens on Thursday, August 21st, in the Seattle area. The show is called Tiny Tales and Small Stories, and the artists … Continue reading

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The Eversible Antarctic Sky – Part One

An essay by Desmond Ashmore, as provided by James Hanson Art by Leigh Legler January 26th, 1875, At Sea The purpose of our expedition as stated in our charter is twofold: to determine the ultimate fate of Baxendell’s expedition of … Continue reading

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The Greater Migration

An essay by Dr. Simon Rulik, as provided by Christopher David DiCicco Art by Leigh Legler When the shuttle blasted off, launching me outside Earth’s orbit, it wasn’t Sara I thought of or even the kids–it was the PBS animal … Continue reading

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Data Crabs

An essay by Hester Ninetrees, as provided by Deborah Walker Art by Leigh Legler I hadn’t mentioned my approaching birthday to my children. I guess I was in denial. So it must have been a shock when the police turned … Continue reading

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Learning to Walk

An essay by Matthew Grant, as provided by J. J. Green Art by Leigh Legler Trace human ancestry back far enough and eventually you’ll encounter a creature that could prick its ears. Why it did this, whether it was prey … Continue reading

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Sweet Sand Fleas

An essay by C. R. Anderson, as provided by Steve Zisson Art by Leigh Legler “Get your hands off me,” that’s what I hear him say. So clearly now. “Please don’t pick me up. I don’t want to go back in the … Continue reading

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Audio Recording 5024

An essay by Dr. Todd Forest, as provided by Christine Layton. Salvaged from Seaforming Expedition (Program Terminated). Art by Leigh Legler “Do you think they ever travel?” I watched the mattress of the bunk above dip and shift as Donald … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Residents of Earth City: The Curious Case of the Cacti

A letter by Dr. Alan Dimplebottom, as provided by Jennifer Mitchell Art by Leigh Legler My dear residents of Earth City, I feel obligated to write this letter in Earth City Daily News to clear up last month’s cactus situation. None … Continue reading

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