Tag Archives: Time Travel

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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My Gran the Time Traveler

An essay by Engel Keyes, as provided by Adam Sear Art by Katie Nyborg My Gran is a time-traveler. Not by choice or force, even. It was purely accidental. My parents didn’t believe me when I told them. It was only … Continue reading

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A Bright Future

An essay by Keeper, as provided by Jamie Lackey Art by Justine McGreevy I strode through the long twilight shadows. My metal feet clanged against the cobbles as I dodged plumes of noxious steam rising from manhole covers and jumped … Continue reading

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Missing Apocalypse

An essay by Jason Cartwright and Timothy Cartwright, as provided by D. M. Allan Photograph by Dawn Vogel Dear Peter, I read the obituary you wrote for my grandfather and I really appreciate what you said about him. I know … Continue reading

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Artist Killed in Mysterious Affray

From page six of the Austrian newspaper Deutsches Volksblatt, 21st April, 1910 [translated from the German] By Wolfgang Teller, special correspondent, as provided by Conor Powers-Smith Art by Katie Nyborg Brigittenau, Vienna – Residents of the Meldemannstrasse were shaken by … Continue reading

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My Neighbour, Mr. Telford

An essay by Martin Telford and Geoff Stevens, as provided by Mark Carpenter Photograph by Dawn Vogel To: All Subject: The end I have discovered something terrible, and something wonderful. This discovery should have been one that would shock the … Continue reading

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Coda

An essay by Dr. Deitolf Hamm, as provided by Eryk Pruitt The specimen is Sam Tuley, chosen not just for his overzealous sex drive, penchant for alcohol and violence, and inability to make the most of a second chance, but rather … Continue reading

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