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Feghoot XXVIII

This is by M.T. Cicero McIntyre whose submission was part of a Feghoot contest in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science fiction in the late 1960s. The original Feghoots were by Reginald Bretnor writing under the pseudonymn of Grendel Briarton. The are many derivative tales on this pun. It is remarkable how well this particular story holds up.

Dr. Gropius Volkswagen, the philologist, was the one man who disliked Ferdinand Feghoot’s ravishing cousin, Isabeau Feghoot. “Isabeau indeed!” he would grumble. … Read the rest...