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Kat Howard’s “Translatio Corporis” Inspires Liz Argall’s Webcomic

First, please read Kat Howard’s phenomenal “Translatio Corporis” from Uncanny Magazine Issue 3 (or listen to Amal El-Mohtar read it on the Uncanny Magazine Podcast 3A). Future Uncanny Magazine author Liz Argall is the creator of the charming webcomic Things Without Arms and Without Legs: A Comic about Creatures Who Are Kind. Liz enjoyed “Translatio Corporis” so […]

Liz Argall’s Things React to A Wrinkle in Time!

Here is the multi-talented Liz Argall with another special Uncanny edition of her webcomic Things Without Arms and Without Legs, where they once again react to a piece in an issue of Uncanny Magazine. For Issue 22, Liz’s Things react to Briana Lawrence’s  essay “At Face Value” about A Wrinkle in Time!

Liz Argall’s Things Respond to Gender Expectations!

Here is the multi-talented Liz Argall with another special Uncanny edition of her webcomic Things Without Arms and Without Legs, where they once again react Uncanny Magazine. For Issue 20, Liz’s Things are responding to the nature  gender expectations in the world, and why spaces like Uncanny are necessary.

Liz Argall’s Things React to Elemental Love!

Here is the multi-talented Liz Argall with another special Uncanny edition of her webcomic Things Without Arms and Without Legs, where they once again react to a piece in an issue of Uncanny Magazine. For Issue 19, Liz’s Things react to Rachel Swirsky’s story “Elemental Love“!

Uncanny Magazine 2017 Award Eligibility

It’s the time of year when people post their year-in-reviews to remind voters for the different SF/F awards what’s out there that they might have missed and which categories these stories are eligible in (especially for the Hugo Awards and Nebula Awards). 2017 was the third full year of Uncanny Magazine (Issues 14 through 19). We are extremely proud of the […]

Liz Argall’s Things React to Fandom for Robots

As you may remember, one of the stretch goals for the Uncanny Magazine Year Three Kickstarter was a continuation of our webcomic feature. Each issue, the multi-talented Liz Argall will have a special Uncanny edition of her webcomic Things Without Arms and Without Legs where they react to a piece in an issue of Uncanny Magazine. For Issue 18, Liz’s Things react to “Fandom for […]

Liz Argall’s Things React to Qi Xi

As you may remember, one of the stretch goals for the Uncanny Magazine Year Three Kickstarter was a continuation of our webcomic feature. Each issue, the multi-talented Liz Argall will have a special Uncanny edition of her webcomic Things Without Arms and Without Legs where they react to a piece in an issue of Uncanny Magazine. For Issue 17, Liz’s Things react to the poem […]

Guest Post! Liz Argall Is Launching a Patreon!

Hello! I am Liz. I am the creator of Things Without Arms and Without Legs, a comic about creatures who are kind. I’ve created over 500 comics in the last 5 years and it has been the most wonderful, humbling experience seeing how some of those comics have helped people (a sad http://www.thingswithout.com/comic/311-a-sad/  in particular). […]

Liz Argall’s Things React to Space Unicorns!

As you may remember, one of the stretch goals for the Uncanny Magazine Year Three Kickstarter was a continuation of our webcomic feature. Each issue or so, the multi-talented Liz Argall will have a special Uncanny edition of her webcomic Things Without Arms and Without Legs where they react to Uncanny Magazine. Today, Liz’s Things react to Space Unicorns with an IMPORTANT QUESTION!

Learning to Turn Your Lips Sideways

Once there was a girl who couldn’t say what she wanted to say. Whenever she talked, her words were so heavy they fell to the floor without reaching the intended ears of those who needed to listen. People stumbled over her words, not seeing them, or completely ignored them, kicking them under the carpet. The […]