Tag Archives: Xenobiology

A Sunny Day on the Ziggurat

An essay by Elize Pentra, as provided by Joachim Heijndermans Art by Luke Spooner Day 5 – Gyunsoth – Olli/Ka/1678 Hey. It’s me. I’m writing to you in this journal I found on the ship. I missed talking to you, … Continue reading

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Concerning Your Recent Creation of Sentient Horse-things on the Next Planet Over

E-mails between Dr Henrietta Higglebottem and Dr Hsieng “Jack” Xao, forwarded by Dr Higglebottem to Stewart C Baker Art by Liz Argall Dear Dr. Higglebottem, The board has received troubling reports from a group of hyper-dolphins about your recent activities … Continue reading

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Space Cthulhu and the Cosmic Sneeze

An essay by Beepboop, as provided by Catherine L. Brooke Art by Luke Spooner There is a legend upon some tiny species of bipedal earth dwellers that states that every word spoken by their Creator became something new. “In the beginning … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Prevent Dimensional Pests

An essay by Cindy Tan Mei Quan, as provided by E. R. Zhang Art by Ariel Alian Wilson Dimensional Pests, the entities we all love to hate. Who hasn’t had an incident with these little big critters popping up through … Continue reading

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A Brief History of the Human Colonization of Mars

Excerpt from Mars as the Abode of Life, by Tranquility Adams, as presented by H. E. Bergeron Art by Luke Spooner It is not, in my opinion, at all hyperbolic to say that mankind would never have reached Mars, or, … Continue reading

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Love Bites

From the Correspondence of M. A. Johnson, as provided by James A. Conan Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye To: Teresa Khellerman Editor-in-Chief Frontiers Journal of Xenobiology Lincoln City New Plymouth Teresa, I’m writing in regards to your issue of last month, … Continue reading

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A Study of the THING from Cobb’s Barn

An essay by Doctor Ludwig van Johannes, as provided by Ira Krik Art by Justine McGreevy Oh, thrill! Oh, exaltation! I have taken it upon myself to record my most recent scientific discovery, but I’m having trouble finding the words … Continue reading

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Belcher’s Sailor: A Remarkable Adaptation to Life on Gas Giants

An account by Dmitri Witles Belcher [1], [2], brought to our attention by E. B. Fischadler Art by America Jones The search for extraterrestrial life has focused primarily on rocky planets similar to Earth, notably Mars. Several probes have sought to … Continue reading

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A Study of Host-Parasite Interactions

An audio recording of Dr. Harriet Park in conversation with patient GM-1725, digitally recovered by Jen R. Albert Art by Leigh Legler I am the very picture of health. I do not smoke. I do not eat red meat. I … Continue reading

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The Birds of Ecthalion

An essay by Noscanaran’e’Prelapsis, as provided by Jaime Babb Art by Leigh Legler Excerpt from “A Survey History of the Human Worlds”, c. 70 500 A.I., compiled by Noscanaran of Taxekentak: The planet 47 Ursa Majoris-3, locally known as Ecthalion, … Continue reading

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