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Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal
Excerpts from the Journal of Dr. Waller, as provided by Franko Stephens Art by Errow Collins July 27th, 2022 First journal entry on my first day of freedom! It’s weird, writing on paper. I haven’t used a pen since the … Continue reading
An essay by Ellan Vannin, as provided by Arnout Brokking Art by Luke Spooner On the day of the race I arrive at the track early, the area already filled with frantic activity. Down by the kraals, the animal handlers … Continue reading
December involved the publishing of our final quarterly and shipping it out to relevant parties. Here’s a look at the numbers.
An essay by Derek Bradley, as provided by Cory Swanson Art by Leigh Legler At first, the wolves were shot. People didn’t want to come into the park and see the majestic herbivores chased to their demise by hungry predators. … Continue reading
An essay by Professor Caldwell Mook, as provided by Nick Morrish Art by Luke Spooner I was recently the recipient of a sizeable bequest from Sir Blumquist Plimpington, a speculative microbiologist with whom I worked during the Manhattan Frog Pox … Continue reading
An essay by Priscilla von Muller, as provided by Genevieve McCluer Art by Luke Spooner “Ms. von Muller, I was hoping we could ask you something.” Kirkpatrick, the head scientist of the facility, waved me over. His smug smile as … Continue reading
An essay by Claire Gainsborough, as provided by Joachim Heijndermans Art by Leigh Legler You’ve seen it. Everyone’s seen it. Kids know of it from their school books. It’s been on TV, in movies, and in every history book published … Continue reading
An essay by Bernard Asse, as provided by Nathan Crowder Art by Luke Spooner You sit there smiling, full of self-importance, bloated with secrets and my finest burgundy, and question the path that brought you here to me. Our previous … Continue reading
November saw the last of the anthology shipped out and the final prep work for Winter 2020. Let’s look at what the numbers were like.