• Accelerating Universe

    by  • October 20, 2014 • 0 Comments

    A log by cryotechnician Coadyl Rassin. Here, transcribed by Dennis Staples Art by Justine McGreevy My shift begins an hour after I wake up, whatever time that is. I don’t really know. I haven’t gotten used to reading the ship’s clocks. The alarms are set up by the computer techs though, so I never...

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    That Man Behind the Curtain: September 2014

    by  • October 17, 2014 • 0 Comments

    In September, we had the last of our Kickstarter costs, so we dumped out a whole lot of money. Plus we spent money on classified ads for the next couple quarterlies, which was another chunk of costs. The Money Aspect Amounts in parentheses are losses/expenses. Hosting: ($17.06) Domain Name Renewal: ($60.72) Stories: ($130) Art:...

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    New Work from Dusty Wallace

    by  • October 16, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Mad Scientist Journal alumnus Dusty Wallace has some exciting news in the hopper! First, his story “Shaundra the Watcher” will be in ARES Magazine Issue #2.  The magazine will be available in print or ebook at the end of this month. You can check out a sample of the story at http://www.aresmagazine.com/?page_id=440. Second, he edited an anthology titled People...

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    New Books by Mad Scientists

    by  • October 14, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Two of the Mad Scientist family have new books available for your reading enjoyment. First, Nathan Crowder returns to his Cobalt City setting with his new book, Cobalt City: Los Muertos. Then co-editor Dawn Vogel shares a tale of Greek gods in the wild west in The Big Adios Western Digest (Fall 2014).

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    Harnessing Hotters

    by  • October 13, 2014 • 0 Comments

    A speech by Professor Wilbur Wilkinson-Grauss, as provided by George Nikolopoulos Art by Shannon Legler Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen, I sincerely wish to thank you for inviting me to speak here at the Royal Geographical Society. I am going to speak to you about Hotters, the astounding minuscule creatures that provide us with...

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    Inside Job

    by  • October 6, 2014 • 0 Comments

    An essay by Azazel, as provided by Nick Nafpliotis Art by Luke Spooner Shhhh … If you’re going to sit here, then you’ll have to be quieter than that. We are in a church, after all. Oh sure, I know it seems more than a little strange for me to be in a place...

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    Mad Scientist Audiobook!

    by  • September 30, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Erick Mertz’s “The Measurable Blood” originally appeared in Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2014. Now it is available as a stand-alone audiobook, which you can obtain via Audible. Give it a listen, and let us know what you think!

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    Vestes Uncus, a New Species Found in Several Closets With Some Observations on Mating Habits, Sexual Reproduction and a Call to Action

    by  • September 29, 2014 • 0 Comments

    An essay by R. W. Thorsley,  as edited and provided by M. Kelly Peach [Editor's Note: The following is the first and only draft for a planned article for the American Journal of Biology, written in apparent haste as opposed to his typically methodical, scientifically rigorous style, by Richard Walter Thorsley (B.S. Biology, Lake...

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    Mad Science in San Francisco!

    by  • September 25, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Alumnus Cliff Winnig will be at Convolution this weekend! Tonight, September 25th, Cliff will be hosting the SF in SF event. He’ll be moderating the Q&A session for convention Author Guests of Honor, Michael A. Stackpole and Tanya Huff! Cargo Cult Books will be there selling books, including copies That Ain’t Right: Historical Accounts of the Miskatonic Valley! If...

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    That Ain’t Right is Now Available!

    by  • September 24, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Now that we’ve got almost all of our backer copies shipped out to our backers, we feel more comfortable announcing: YOU CAN BUY OUR BOOK! It’s available not just as an ebook, but this is our first print book.  The ebook is available through the usual purveyors of ebooks: Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes &  Noble, iBookstore, Versent,...

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