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More Metaphysics

If you enjoyed Monday’s metaphysics story, here are some others you might like! “The Improbable Case of the Were-Hydra” by Deborah L. Davitt (philosophical concepts as living beings) “Do You Remember How to Fly?” by Paul Stansbury (are we unable … Continue reading

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Fiction: The Prototype

An essay by Claire Lev, as provided by Judith Field Art by Luke Spooner When they let me out of hospital, I decided to rent somewhere with space to write. Jo, the social worker, helped me find a terraced house … Continue reading

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Fiction: The Improbable Case of the Were-Hydra

By Temperance D. Lamplighter, Laboratory Assistant, as related by Deborah L. Davitt Art by Leigh Legler The job posting that led me to apply for a position with Dr. Hieronymus H. Featherstone should have been warning enough. It alluded to … Continue reading

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Fiction: Do You Remember How To Fly?

An essay by Jay Callum, as provided by Paul Stansbury Art by Leigh Legler “Do you remember how to fly?” was how Froug started the conversation. His question caught me off guard. I had been working as a weekend orderly … Continue reading

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Handling the Contents of Consciousness

A case study by Goire Zatla, as provided by Soramimi Hanarejima Art by Ariel Alian Wilson Keeping this secret from you has become so taxing that I have to use the venom of sleep bugs to tame the eagerness to … Continue reading

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An Atheist’s Guide to the Afterlife

An essay by Dr Quintum Magnamaby, as provided by J. R. Hampton Art by Luke Spooner For this report, I have implicitly assumed that there is an afterlife. This may not be so. There are three possibilities: There is an afterlife. … Continue reading

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