• Posts Tagged ‘Revivification’

    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 Monster Is the Father to the Child

    by  • May 13, 2013 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Frankenstein, as provided by Richard Zwicker Art by Katie Nyborg “Are you Frankenstein?” The question was laughable. I was seven feet tall, with a head flatter than the Netherlands, and twin electrodes sticking out the sides of my neck. I was either Frankenstein or the latest in Halloween shoe trees. After...

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    Turkey of Frankenstein

    by  • November 19, 2012 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Max Frankenstein, as provided by Richard Zwicker Illustration by Katie Nyborg There’s a certain justice in not being able to escape your own past. You make your bed, you sleep in it, I always say. It seemed less equitable, however, that I was doomed to sleep with my great-uncle Heinrich Frankenstein,...

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