Sep 022014
 

A young man moves up in the world.

Taylor Chase wins scholarship!

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Gnosis Transformations: Chapter Two, Page One written and commissioned by Dr. Faustus of EroticMadScience.com and drawn by Lon Ryden is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.)

Sep 012014
 

There’s a new guy on campus.

Taylor Chase strides proudly across the Gnosis College campus, while Marie Martin eyes him from a distance.

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Gnosis Transformations: Chapter Two, Cover written and commissioned by Dr. Faustus of EroticMadScience.com and drawn by Lon Ryden is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.)

Aug 312014
 

It’s been up for a while at both Nobilis Reed’s audio site and also at my dedicated site for these episodes. In this episode various Apsinthion Protocol heroines creatively pursue pleasure, while Ashley Madder finds frustration and plans to do something about it. Lon Ryden as always provides cover art, which you can click to get the episode.

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You can click on the image to listen to the episode (or right-click and save to get the mp3), or you can listen online by heading over to Nobilis Erotica and listening there. An alternative direct download can be gotten from here. Or you can listen online directly by clicking on the play button:



The cast for the episode was as follows:


Ashley MadderVeronica Giguere
Nanetta RectorAra Pelodi
Moira WeirEllen Pike
Professor Joseph CorwinJosh Roseman
Li AnweiKris Bays
JaneRobin Sounder
Narrator>Nobilis Reed


The Gnosis College March was composed and performed by Kevin MacLeod. Beethoven’s Coriolan Overture was performed by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, provided courtesy of the Musopen Project and is used under its Creative Commons license. Other music and sound effects are from Digital Juice.

Aug 302014
 

From this pulp cover, we learn the unusual biological fact that when women forget what men look like, their skin turns green and their hair purple. Who knew? Original post here.

Original text:

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Art by Ed Emshwiller, 1958.

Complete & Unabridged!

Aug 302014
 

Since a whole octopus is something of a minority taste when it comes to pin-up material, we have Edith here rendered as something mermaid-like.

Edith Sterling as a half-woman, half-octopus

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Gnosis Transformations: Chapter One, Page Pin-up written and commissioned by Dr. Faustus of EroticMadScience.com and drawn by Lon Ryden is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.)

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