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Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal
On April 2, 2012, we published our first story. It seemed fitting, then, to have our final content for the site also be on April 2. Normally when we do a look behind the scenes, we look at our financial … Continue reading
An essay by Amada, as provided by Andrew K. Hoe Art by Leigh Legler The opera troupe could handle Amada being a fake name, but not that I was dying. They could handle my seven-foot velociraptor–Rodelia–and I sneaking away at … Continue reading
We’re almost all done. This is our penultimate look behind the scenes. Here’s a look at the numbers.
An essay by Camille Delacroix, as provided by Michael M. Jones Art by Justine McGreevy It all started with one simple question. “Daphne, why is there an octopus on the ceiling?” For there was, indeed, an octopus clinging to the … Continue reading
An essay by Ekaterina Serafimevna Poponova, as provided by Blake Jessop Art by America Jones Week 3: Vĕdma Magiyatogorsk VS Schwarzwald Werwölfe “Cut inside her, Ilona!” I scream, and no one listens. My teammate soars around the oval track in … Continue reading
An essay by John Q. Knobody, as provided by Holly Schofield Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye I pulled over onto the shoulder of Highway 16 and opened my door for the hitchhiker. Sweat from the summer heat ran down his face … Continue reading
An essay by The Mysterious Rumble Purr, as provided by Princess Rain E. Day Art by Luke Spooner The training and development of human staff can be one of the most difficult yet rewarding tasks assigned to the average feline. … Continue reading
We’re coming down to the final stretch. With our final quarterly out the door and no Kickstarter in the wings, January has been a very quiet month. The next few months will be even quieter. Here’s a look at the … Continue reading