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A Gift for Michael

An essay by Doctor Veronica West, as provided by Maureen Bowden Art by Leigh Legler Lucas Vale, the most talented artist to emerge in over a century, was twenty years old and dying. He lay back against his propped-up pillows, … Continue reading

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The Hand of Fate

An essay by Dr. Darren Hinton, as provided by Stuart Webb Art by Luke Spooner Extract From The Very-Modern Prometheus By Dr. Darren Hinton. When I was a student and first started to study genetic engineering, I used to get … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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