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Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal
Memos from Yvonne Kulas, as provided by Kathryn Yelinek Art by America Jones To all staff, Abbottsville Public Library Subject: September missing books list Writing Your Perfect Online Dating Profile by Mindi Pepperberg. 306.7302 P294W Date missing: 9/27/2017 Note: Only … Continue reading
We’ve been plugging away at laying out the next big anthology, paid all the authors, and are getting ready to release the new quarterly. Here are some numbers.
An account by Hunter, as provided by Kiyomi Appleton Gaines Art by Leigh Legler The following account was provided to me by an individual identifying himself only as Hunter, and “problem solver of a more cryptic nature, if you catch … Continue reading
An essay by Thomas Allen, as provided by Paul Crenshaw Art by Luke Spooner On the whole of a long January evening, with the snow howling outside the windows and the wind whistling up under the eaves, I had taken … Continue reading
An essay by Inmate Number 140129, as provided by Curtis C. Chen Art by Leigh Legler Here comes the sun. For a few seconds, as the blinding light thaws my body, it’s bearable. Almost comfortable. Then I’m on fire for the … Continue reading
A couple months ago, NASA revealed the first ever image of a black hole. As something that absorbs all light, a black hole by definition cannot be seen. But using an international network of radio telescopes and custom software to … Continue reading
An essay by Skioring Lamb, as provided by Boris Glikman Art by Luke Spooner It was perhaps inevitable that some bright spark in the Research and Development Department of a certain internationally famous company would, during a brainstorming session, come … Continue reading
April was continued aftermath from the Kickstarter. We finally finished reading slush from the submissions and shipped out add-on rewards for backers. We also shipped out contributor copies for Spring 2019.
An essay by Jim Dennath, P. (Eldritch) E., as provided by Jonathan Ficke Art by Leigh Legler Day 1 Finally, a place where my desire to dream beyond the bounds of what a rational engineer may dream, to build that … Continue reading