• Posts Tagged ‘Luke Spooner’

    Sol Invictus

    by  • March 7, 2016 • Fiction • 1 Comment

    Sol Invictus

    An essay by Dr. Ogden “Professor Omicron” O’Hare, as provided by Matt Largo Art by Luke Spooner Fellow members of the scientific community, I realize even by drawing that association, I will surely raise more than a few eyebrows. Perhaps some of you have already stopped reading. Perhaps some of you stopped at my...

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    Promethea

    by  • February 1, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Promethea

    An essay by Victoria Farthingstone, as told to Maureen Bowden Art by Luke Spooner Grandma lived in the attic. I’d never seen her, but sometimes, as I lay in bed at night, I’d hear her singing. The most frequent inclusions in her repertoire were “There’s a Place For Us” from West Side Story and...

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    The Letters of Dr. Walter Matheson

    by  • December 21, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The Letters of Dr Walter Matheson

    Letters by Dr. Walter Matheson, Ph.D., as provided by Jennifer Mitchell Art by Luke Spooner Dated 12 June 2015 Dr. Walsh, I have made a discovery that I think you will find of interest. While collecting water samples with my research assistant, I came across a small species of jellyfish. To me they seemed unremarkable,...

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    After Fear Becomes My Friend

    by  • November 23, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    After Fear Becomes My Friend

    An essay by Dracula, as provided by Richard Zwicker Art by Luke Spooner I was lying in my coffin in that blissful dead-to-the-world state allotted to me during daylight hours, when literal screams from my cell phone shattered my nothingness. After clocking my head on the closed top of my coffin, I pushed it...

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    KN12604

    by  • November 2, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    KN12604

    A letter by Peter Kopec, as provided by Alan Murdock Art by Luke Spooner From: Peter Kopec To: Robert Shaw Subject: KN12604 Testing Hey Bobby! How’s everything on your end of paradise? Things are more of the same over here. Dinkins left. Pfizer snatched him up. Paula, as you may have heard, was let...

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    Novichok-452

    by  • October 12, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Dr Stanley Goodman, as provided by Judith Field Art by Luke Spooner When I was sure all the rats were dead, I showed them to Roger. “Brilliant, Francesca! Brilliant! Takes chemical warfare to a new level. That’s working smarter, not harder.” He grinned. I’m sure he’s got more than thirty two...

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    News of Death

    by  • September 14, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    News of Death

    An essay by Edgar, as provided by Nick Nafpliotis Art by Luke Spooner I am eternal. For millions of years, my kind has roamed this earth in both the light of day and the black of night. Through countless wars, droughts, and famine, we continue to flourish and thrive, secretly holding dominion over all that...

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    98 Aprils

    by  • August 31, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    98 Aprils

    Diary entries by Dr. Jessalyn Chaucer, as provided by Juliana Rew Art by Luke Spooner Diary: Open. I knew it. I was telling you all along, wasn’t I? Diary: Not Closed. Save? Diary: Not Closed. Save? Diary: Not Closed. Save? ~ Diary: Open. I’m as logical as the next person, but...

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    Mad Science: Must We Be Evil?

    by  • June 29, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Mad Science: Must We Be Evil?

    An essay by Dr. Phillip “Pip” Jaminson, as provided by Michael Hudson Art by Luke Spooner Do the undoubtedly groundbreaking discoveries sought by the mad scientific community always have to be motivated by a villainous desire to counter all that is morally right and just? Yes, end of article. Cue the lightning and maniacal laughter. No,...

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