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The Further Adventures of Mark in the Present!, by Mark Heath (10/27/03)
Cartoon.
The Further Adventures of Mark in the Present!, by Mark Heath (6/23/03)
Cartoon.
The Further Adventures of Mark in the Present!, by Mark Heath (4/28/03)
Cartoon.
The Further Adventures of Mark in the Present!, by Mark Heath (3/24/03)
Cartoon.
"I'm a mammal, not a fish.", by Mark Heath (8/6/01)
Cartoon.
Why radio astronomers often strike out, by Mark Heath (7/2/01)
Cartoon.
Human at last, the Tin Man. . . ., by Mark Heath (6/4/01)
Cartoon.
Cinderella and her Pumpkin Coach, by Mark Heath (5/7/01)
Cartoon.
The Invisible Man gets a deal. . . ., by Mark Heath (4/2/01)
Cartoon.
Though this was Tom's third mugging, he knew a writer could profit from the experience. . . ., by Mark Heath (3/5/01)
Cartoon.
The goose that laid the golden egg in unsettling locations, by Mark Heath (2/5/01)
Cartoon.
Bob's dill with the devil, by Mark Heath (1/1/01)
Cartoon.
Deja-Voodoo, by Mark Heath (12/4/00)
Cartoon.
Blind dates on planets with long axial rotations, by Mark Heath (11/6/00)
Cartoon.
I Know Why Sales Clerks Fall from the Sky, by Mark Heath (10/16/00)
Fiction.
Clerks aren't heavy—they weigh as much as cotton candy, if you buy it in five-foot cones—but the bodies flop on the shovel and gum up the rake, and it takes time to herd them into the sun. It's easier to let them melt where they fall.