Tag Archives: Leigh Legler

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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We Shall Make Monsters

An extract from the papers of Professor D. E. Balcass, as provided by Mark Patrick Lynch Art by Leigh Legler First Published in Nature Medical Experimentation, 2237, as part of the “Clones In Exploitation” season, later broadcast on the BBC … Continue reading

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Milky Way Zoo

A brochure from the Milky Way Zoo: Earth Exhibition, as provided by Dusty Wallace Art by Leigh Legler Station 1. Tasmanian Tiger* This odd-looking mammal was the only carnivorous species of marsupial. It’s not a tiger or even a feline, … Continue reading

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Response to the Board’s Decision to Terminate Project Cornucopia

An essay by Professor August Flemming, as provided by David Neilsen Art by Leigh Legler Respected Board Members, It is with great urgency that I reach out one final time in an attempt to dissuade the Board from its calamitous … Continue reading

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Sims

An essay by Abigail Perkins PhD, as provided by Kelda Crich Art by Leigh Legler In the light of the twinkling, tawdry Christmas lights, I’m typing just as fast as I can. Deleting as much as I’m able, but they’ve created walls … Continue reading

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The Young Naturalist’s Corner: Strange Lizards of Amprad

An essay by Prof. Ann A. Shipwell, as provided by K.C. Shaw Art by Leigh Legler When I was a little girl, my friends and I were encouraged to collect flowers and ferns. In this way, we learned techniques for … Continue reading

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