• Posts Tagged ‘Shannon Legler’

    The Heart’s Engine

    by  • June 13, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The Heart's Engine

    An essay by Richard Gentry, as provided by R. Scott Shanks, Jr. Art by Shannon Legler I am not mad. Altered, certainly, as who would not be in my profession? Who would not be, having seen the things I have seen, and done what I have had to do? Far from being confused, my...

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    Primus v. Secundus

    by  • February 29, 2016 • Fiction • 4 Comments

    Primus v. Secundus

    An account by Dr. Sanjay Bose, as provided by Dr. K. Kitts Art by Shannon Legler LEFT Grabbing Paul by the collar, I screamed in his face. “It’s me! I’m the original! You’ve got to help me prove it.” The security guard yanked the back of my shirt, forcing me into a seat at...

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    Containment of the Last Queen

    by  • December 7, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Containment of the Last Queen

    Selective Notes of Hooper Jon’th’n Lee, Ph.D., as collected and retold by Alby Darling Art by Shannon Legler I remember the first night like it was my last, the rain drenching us so thoroughly as you’d think you were made of the water. The moon was full and it was doomed to be the...

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    Child M

    by  • October 26, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Child M

    An essay by Stuart Metcalfe, as provided by Steve Toase Art by Shannon Legler Monitoring group: Centre for the Care and Re-integration of Feral Children Location: St Hubert’s Clinic Case ref no: 2014/142 Patient: Child M Lead Consultant: Dr B Sinderford Assessment report Background: Child M is an eleven year old girl. She was found in...

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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 Shannon 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 Unforeseen Wisdom of Early Adoption

    by  • August 17, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The Unforeseen Wisdom of Early Adoption

    An essay by S. Van Owen, as provided by Barry King Art by Shannon Legler Yeah, I know what you’re saying. It’s the “early adopter paradox.” The most advanced tech-head, the most gadget-crazy user, is the one whose technology goes obsolete first, and they’re stuck using “generation one” when everyone else is using something that...

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