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Recalibrating Archaeological Time Scales

An essay by T. Rashman and O. L. Geezer, as provided by E. B. Fischadler Art by Luke Spooner It has come to our attention that there is considerable debate regarding the age of the earth. Having heard this, we … Continue reading

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The Nothing in the Wall

An essay by Felix Glerke, as provided by Christopher Lynch Art by Luke Spooner Three things run in my family: genius, instability, and unmanageable hair. The ratio of each of these to each other varies, but all three are always … Continue reading

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The Long Toss

A diary entry by George Schier, as provided by Gary Cuba Art by Luke Spooner Hell of a way to lose, I thought, as I plowed my way through the detritus covering the parking lot. I headed toward my office in Newton Hall, … Continue reading

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Inside Job

An essay by Azazel, as provided by Nick Nafpliotis Art by Luke Spooner Shhhh … If you’re going to sit here, then you’ll have to be quieter than that. We are in a church, after all. Oh sure, I know … Continue reading

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Diaries of the Margliss Expedition

Diaries by Heloise Ezra, as found by Marcelina Vizcarra Art by Luke Spooner Friday We have nearly cleared Room 24, noting nothing of significance thus far on our study of the hollows, though Dr. Margliss’s enthusiasm remains intact. One would … Continue reading

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Hard to Swallow

An essay by Arthur L. Berkowitz, as provided by Nick Nafpliotis Art by Luke Spooner When most people hold a pill in their hand, it represents some manner of impending relief. Whether it’s prescription strength meds or a good old fashion over-the-counter … Continue reading

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The Eversible Antarctic Sky – Part Two

An essay by Desmond Ashmore, as provided by James Hanson Art by Luke Spooner Click here for Part One! May 25th, 1863 I have been vindicated by my machine, which was unfortunately audible for the better part of three days … Continue reading

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Sport of Kings

An essay by Rick King, as provided by Judith Field Art by Luke Spooner I woke up, rolled over and collided with something solid. Stretching out a shaking hand, I opened my eyes. I was facing the oak tree in … Continue reading

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Incident at the Faerie Festival

An essay by Mel Dickson, as provided by Pathos Art by Luke Spooner I was surprisingly calm the morning before the incident. One would assume that on the eve of assisting in such an insidious plot, one would feel butterflies, but … Continue reading

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Inside You

An essay from an unnamed entity, as provided by Iulian Ionescu Art by Luke Spooner I’m a monster, let’s get that right off the bat. I’ve been a monster since the day I was spawned, but I really hate that word, … Continue reading

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