Monthly Archives: February 2013
An essay by Dr. Iolanthe Osmandius, as provided by Antoinette McCormick Illustration by Cory Caywood The first time I died was an accident. First attempts at anything are awkward, but mine, hastily planned and frantically executed, was almost my last. Fortunately, I have learned a few tricks and some valuable lessons in my many deaths [...]
A review by Dawn Vogel Here at Mad Scientist Journal, we were very excited to learn that John Joseph Adams would be editing an anthology titled The Mad Scientist’s Guide to World Domination. With a title like that, we knew it would right up our alley. So when the nice folks at Tor asked if we’d [...]
An essay by Martin Telford and Geoff Stevens, as provided by Mark Carpenter Photograph by Dawn Vogel To: All Subject: The end I have discovered something terrible, and something wonderful. This discovery should have been one that would shock the scientific establishment and usher in a golden age of progress and development. But it won’t [...]
A Report by J.M. Cadogan RSSc, AHME, BS, MS (Birm), MS (Oxon). Presented by Archivist to The Society, Mark Wardecker. Art by Katie Nyborg We all thought de Groot was a crank, and that is why I bear no grudge toward any member of our Society. Like myself, you had no reason to believe that [...]
This is a little delayed as I wanted to use the first of February for posting about our special call for submissions. It’s been a crazy month, with a few more frustrations than we’re used to, but we have soldiered on.
An essay provided by Cameron Suey Art by Justine McGreevy Istanbul, Turkey August 09:12:09 AM I am at a small outdoor cafe just a few hundred yards from the teeming throng of a morning market, just in sight of the Bosporus. I love this city, and all its thick and violent contradictions. The rising heat [...]
For the month of February, we are once again looking for content to use exclusively in our quarterly anthology. As with previous calls, we are looking for: Fictional Classified Ads: 100-500 words featuring one or more classified ads from mad scientists. Pay is $5. Flash and Short Fiction: 500-2,000 words and 2,000 to 8,000, respectively. [...]