Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal

Fiction: Noise

An essay by Unnamed Crystalline Sample #1, as provided by John A. McColley Art by Ariel Alian Wilson My first awareness in this plane was a buzz, a vibration that ran through my body. At first it was novel, different … Continue reading

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Fiction: Professor Robot

An Essay by Professor Clive as provided by Stuart Webb Art by Leigh Legler It has been six months since the end of the world, and I am very bored. Humans think of boredom as an emotion, and I am … Continue reading

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Fiction: Marked

An essay by Rhiann, as provided by M A Smith Art by Luke Spooner Life as a pick-pocket is much easier when you are in possession of six arms. I followed in the family business, so to speak, and relocated … Continue reading

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That Man Behind the Curtain – August 2019

This month was about final touches on both the Autumn 2019 quarterly and I Didn’t Break the Lamp.

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Fiction: Classroom Experiment

Transcription of an accidental recording made by a home assistant device and sent to the email address of Dr. Marguerite Van Neelsing, a leading ethicist in the field of psychology.[1] Dr. Van Neelsing and Dr. Cecilia Kennedy, a language expert, … Continue reading

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Fiction: Announcing Genemech’s School for The Future–a revolution in education

A note from Genemech CEO Maximilian Benetton, as provided by Paul Alex Gray Art by America Jones Twenty years ago, I used genetically modified killer bees to wrest control of Genemech. I freed the company from the constraints of unambitious … Continue reading

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Fiction: Godwin, or The Modern Prometheus

An essay by Captain Jack Passerday, as told to Dave D’Alessio Art by Luke Spooner 11 Nov 1824 My dear Wilhelm: I am writing to you as my solicitor in order that I may place into your hands certain information … Continue reading

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Fiction: Tempo Rubato

An essay by an unnamed musician, as provided by Jonathan Danz Art by Errow Collins Tonight, backstage is too hot, too dark, too much like some high-ceilinged mausoleum straight out of one of those old Friday night TV horror shows. … Continue reading

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That Man Behind the Curtain – July 2019

A relatively quiet month. We got in interior art for I Didn’t Break the Lamp, laid out the ebook, and sent it to contributors for review. Here are some numbers.

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Fiction: On a Cure for Werewolf Bites

From the research journals of Louis Pasteur, as told by David Harrison Art by Leigh Legler 12 August 1889 A man was brought to my Institut late tonight. Three foreigners brought the man to the front gates, gravely wounded. The … Continue reading

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