Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal

Mabel’s Mission

An essay by Mabel Foster, as provided by K. Esta Art by Leigh Legler Unfortunately for most mad scientists in this world–sorry I shouldn’t say “mad.” That’s what I keep hearing everyone else around here call you. I know some … Continue reading

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Artist Killed in Mysterious Affray

From page six of the Austrian newspaper Deutsches Volksblatt, 21st April, 1910 [translated from the German] By Wolfgang Teller, special correspondent, as provided by Conor Powers-Smith Art by Katie Nyborg Brigittenau, Vienna – Residents of the Meldemannstrasse were shaken by … Continue reading

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The Disappearance of Mr Christopher Asquith

An essay by Christopher Asquith, as provided by James Rowland Photograph by Eleanor Leonne Bennett An Extract from the Diary of Mr Christopher Asquith Wednesday 1st March, 1899 I did begin to think for the first time that this journal … Continue reading

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Blood Tests, Types and Ties

An essay by Veronica Night, as provided by Kate Elizabeth Art by Justine McGreevy In this issue of Blood, Milton and colleagues report that the next-generation blood substitute, Huma-Nice®, when given as a dietary supplement over a two-month period, resulted … Continue reading

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That Man Behind the Curtain: February 2013

Hello mad science fans. A very quick and slightly belated post recapping the numbers from last month. I wanted to get the slush from the special call cleared up before posting this, just so I didn’t have to make some … Continue reading

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The Writings of Brigham Worthing

Collected, Arranged and Verified by Svetlana Rhosven Provided by Alexis A. Hunter Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye Dear Asa, I hope this letter finds you in good health, dear brother. I believe I need to learn more about the actual work … Continue reading

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Rigor in Mortis: Helpful Hints for Staging Your First Grave Deception

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. … Continue reading

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Review of The Mad Scientist’s Guide to World Domination

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 … Continue reading

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My Neighbour, Mr. Telford

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 … Continue reading

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The Maleficent Egg of Dr. de Groot

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 … Continue reading

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