Tag Archives: Xenobiology

Fiction: Touring Test

An essay by John Q. Knobody, as provided by Holly Schofield Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye I pulled over onto the shoulder of Highway 16 and opened my door for the hitchhiker. Sweat from the summer heat ran down his face … Continue reading

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More Tales of Xenobiology

If you enjoyed this week’s story, you might also like some of our previous xenobiology stories! “Jehovah’s Feathers” by K. Kitts (relationships between human and non-human species) “Noise” by John A. McColley (investigations by a non-human species into humanity) “Marked” … Continue reading

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Fiction: Stars Swimming in the Ether

An essay by Priscilla von Muller, as provided by Genevieve McCluer Art by Luke Spooner “Ms. von Muller, I was hoping we could ask you something.” Kirkpatrick, the head scientist of the facility, waved me over. His smug smile as … Continue reading

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Fiction: Jehovah’s Feathers

An essay by Mary Magdalene Farconi, as provided by K. Kitts Art by Leigh Legler Strapped in his bouncy seat, my son Tyler went off at the exact same moment as the kitchen timer and the doorbell. I verified that … Continue reading

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Fiction: Noise

An essay by Unnamed Crystalline Sample #1, as provided by John A. McColley Art by Ariel Alian Wilson My first awareness in this plane was a buzz, a vibration that ran through my body. At first it was novel, different … Continue reading

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Fiction: Marked

An essay by Rhiann, as provided by M A Smith Art by Luke Spooner Life as a pick-pocket is much easier when you are in possession of six arms. I followed in the family business, so to speak, and relocated … Continue reading

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Fiction: Excerpts From the Audio Notes

An essay by Jim Dennath, P. (Eldritch) E., as provided by Jonathan Ficke Art by Leigh Legler Day 1 Finally, a place where my desire to dream beyond the bounds of what a rational engineer may dream, to build that … Continue reading

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Previous Abnormal Biologies

We’ve published a number of stories about abnormal biologies, under the guise of xenobiology. Here are a few you might enjoy! “Sacrifice” by Annika Sundberg (everyone’s favorite strange critter, tardigrades!) “Concerning Your Recent Creation of Sentient Horse-things on the Next … Continue reading

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Fiction: Trash Landing

An essay by Emin Luke, as provided by Liz Hufford Art by Leigh Legler When I got a call to report immediately to Kessler’s office, I knew something was up. Luvy had already arrived and watched as Kessler paced the … Continue reading

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Sacrifice

An essay by Eleanor Bradley, as provided by Annika Sundberg Art by Leigh Legler My name is Eleanor Bradley and I am the reason you are alive. How do I know this, you ask? Anyone could be reading this. But … Continue reading

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