• Posts Tagged ‘Maureen Bowden’

    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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    Jump Juice

    by  • October 5, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Jump Juice

    An essay by Andrew Fowke PhD, as told to Maureen Bowden Art by Leigh Legler My laboratory assistant, Goodison Button, known as Goody, may have been an imbecile, but without him I would never have discovered teleportation fluid: Jump Juice, as it became known. We were attempting to formulate a shower gel that wouldn’t settle...

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    The Sight

    by  • June 16, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The Sight

    An essay by Barney Whelan, as told to Maureen Bowden, for the ESP and  Clairvoyance Investigation Registry Art by Katie Nyborg It was 1957 and my thirty-sixth birthday when I met John, and saw his death in his eyes. I’d been busking outside the Liverpool Empire that morning and I’d done okay: made enough...

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