Tag Archives: Time Travel

Fiction: Tempo Rubato

An essay by an unnamed musician, as provided by Jonathan Danz Art by Errow Collins Tonight, backstage is too hot, too dark, too much like some high-ceilinged mausoleum straight out of one of those old Friday night TV horror shows. … Continue reading

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Travelling Through Time for Time Travel Stories

Mad scientists are naturally at the forefront of efforts to achieve time travel. Here are a few of the time travel stories we’ve published in the past! “Last Confessions of a Deranged Physicist” by Chris Aldridge (DIY time travel) “Cocktails … Continue reading

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Fiction: A Fragmented Examination of Slingshot Time Travel

An essay by the son of Dr. Morgan Locke, as provided by Hamilton Kohl Art by America Jones [I have had the good fortune to recover a small collection of journal entries archived by an unknown historian of the alternate, … Continue reading

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Last Confessions of a Deranged Physicist

An essay by an anonymous physicist, as provided by Chris Aldridge Art by Ariel Alian Wilson The time came when I had no choice but to go forward by going back, for the sake of both my own sanity and … 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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When Bluebells Die

An essay by Sidney Bover, as provided by Iris Wright Art by Justine McGreevy Stranded in fields of ultramarine flowers, I was paralyzed. The delicate blooms decorated the forest understory, so I, who was unable to swim, could drown in a … Continue reading

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Horace McClarm’s Invention

An essay by Detective Gentry Harris, as provided by Domenic diCiacca Art by America Jones “Let me assure you, Mr. McClarm, calling us was the right thing to do. I’m Detective Harris. Now take your time and start at the beginning, … Continue reading

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The Ministry of Wishful Displacement

An essay by Carolina Moon, as told to Maureen Bowden Art by Luke Spooner It was Friday, 5:30 pm. I’d cleared my desk, logged out of the World Wide Wishful Displacement Detector, and was about to head home, when Richard … Continue reading

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Daddy Who

An essay by Anna Beth Wilson, as provided by L. L. Phelps Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye It all happened like this. Last year, during my first semester at college, my roommate, Val, had this boyfriend who was all into Doctor Who. You … Continue reading

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Learning to Walk

An essay by Matthew Grant, as provided by J. J. Green Art by Leigh Legler Trace human ancestry back far enough and eventually you’ll encounter a creature that could prick its ears. Why it did this, whether it was prey … Continue reading

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