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The Tissue-Culture King
by Sir Julian Huxley

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About the Author
Sir Julian Huxley was a noted science writer, secretary of the London Zoo and served as the first director of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. He was the grandson of T.H. Huxley -- a contemporary and staunch defender of Charles Darwin -- and brother to Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World. Like his brother, Sir Julian engages in some rather interesting speculations on biology in this, his only known piece of speculative fiction.
About the Artist
Jaxon Renick is a multi-talented artist of Native American descent with a long history in the comics field. (Besides reading them!) He has worked on projects with DC, Marvel, and a number of independent lines, and has done artwork for published articles. He studied various media and styles at the Kansas City Art Institute. Renick is many things to many many people -- beloved by millions in Thailand, despised by several in the U.S., and (so far) ignored by billions elsewhere. He is also known to be a bit of a smartass, but with a heart of plated gold. Jaxon may be reached at: renegadelizard@ev1.net.

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