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The Winter No One Went Into A Fugue State

The Ozone Hole That Shrank To The Size Of A Pea

The Enchanted Unbreakable Full Spectrum Bulb

The Marine Biologist With Silver Hair Who Married The Seal King And Never Had To Write Another Grant Proposal Ever Again

The Littlest Emperor Penguin Colony That Wasn’t A Pointed Metaphor For Humanity

The Day When All Of The Supplies Arrived Intact And On Time

The Frosty Boy Machine That Gave Five Days Of Desserts On One Day’s Worth Of Supplies

Little Red Tucker Sno-Cat

Gnome’s Own Wine Doesn’t Cause A Fist-Fight Or Hangover

Dr. Goldilocks And The Three Stable And Thriving Seabird Populations

The Fair Folk Who Keep The Pipes From Freezing

The Funding That Never Ran Out

Jack Who Sent Down A Core Sample And Reaped Statistically Significant Findings

The Prince Who Kept A Normal Sleep Schedule Despite Six Months Of Daylight

The Whales (Have Nothing Wrong With Them)

No One Made A “The Thing” Reference, Not Even Once

The Glacier Report That Showed Only Average Rather Than Drastically Increasing Seasonal Melt

John Leavitt is a cartoonist, writer, director, and illustrator, His cartoons and illustrations have appeared in: The New Yorker, The Chronicle Review, The New York Press, The Common Review, The Journal Of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Narrative Magazine and elsewhere. He has worked with Molly Crabapple to produce posters for The Electronic Frontier Foundation and others.

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