Tag Archives: Pharmacology

The Essence of Sprout

An essay by Professor Caldwell Mook, as told to Nick Morrish Art by Leigh Legler It is not often that I agree to become personally involved in one of the scientific experiments that I am investigating. Generally, I prefer to … Continue reading

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Cocktails at the Mad Scientist’s House

An essay by Tina Eikenboom, as provided by Sarena Ulibarri Art by Leigh Legler I set the room on fire–I didn’t know what else to do. Two bodies slumped against the dresser. A woman and a man. My roommate and … Continue reading

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2ME2

An essay by Lena Bisset, as provided by Chrissa Gerard Art by Dawn Vogel SUMMARY STATEMENT (Privileged Communication) North American Oncology Consortium Innovation and Impact Award Peer Review Panel: Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment Meeting Date: 03/19/2019–03/21/2019 Application Number: IIA201806233 Application Status: New … Continue reading

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Firing Igor

An essay by Reuben Archuleta, as told to Lucinda Gunnin Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye “I had to fire Igor today,” I said, casually, as though asking my wife Tessa to pass the mashed potatoes or the salt. She saw through … Continue reading

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Crackpot: An Advance in Mellow Weapons

An essay by Win Chester [1] Brought to our attention by E. B. Fischadler Art by Ariel Alian Wilson Recently, the U.S. Army responded to environmentalist concerns about pollution from toxic components of practice ordinance by issuing a request for … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Ketamine For Treating Depression

Scientists have recently been studying the possible use of ketamine as a fast-acting treatment for depression, particularly major depressive disorder and bipolar depression. Ketamine is predominantly used as a medication for starting and maintaining anesthesia, for humans and domestic animals. … Continue reading

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Permanent Exhibition

An essay by Mr. Vince DeMarsh, as provided by Dr. J. A. Grier Art by America Jones As an agent for eccentric artist-types, my life was unpredictable, but I had an eye for the kind of talent that made money. … Continue reading

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The Hall of the Fallen

An essay by Professor Serena Hart, as provided by Maureen Bowden Art by GryphonShifter Valerie Hallaway and I were students together at River City University. “She’s a genius,” I told Martin, my best friend and occasional bedmate. “She’s more than … Continue reading

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The Confession of Lyle Timmons

An essay by Lyle Timmons, as provided by Jacob M. Lambert Art by Errow Collins There must have been something in the injection, some chemical that made them that way, like zombies, but without the macabre stipulations: no eating flesh, … Continue reading

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