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Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal
Another month of the numbers behind the mad science! This month was a little delayed by NaNoWriMo. Sorry!
It’s always exciting to see our writers out there doing great things! If you’re craving a bit of vampire fiction, Rebecca L. Brown has just launched her new book, A Fever in the Blood, for the Kindle. I’ve bought my … Continue reading
As announced last week, Cobalt City Rookies is available today. It features three novellas under one title: Wrecker of Engines by MSJ alumnus (or alumna, if you’re fussy) Rosemary Jones, Tatterdemalion by Nikki Burns and Kensei by MSJ editor Jeremy Zimmerman (who hopes you … Continue reading
An essay by Dr. Constanza Vivette as provided by Sylvia Cullinan Art provided by Justine McGreevy Never underestimate the value of a good lackey–or the scheme-destroying potential of an incompetent one. Perhaps Hairy Joe’s willingness to adopt such a misleading … Continue reading
An essay by Chris Lyman, as provided by Keith Baldwin I’d had a few drinks and was about to head to bed last night when this chat window popped up from Lenny. # Leonard Cassler: I’ve done it Chris Lyman: … Continue reading
Author Rosemary Jones, who we have had the honor of publishing in May as part of our Spring 2012 line-up, has a new book coming out at the end of this month. In fact, it’s one of three books being … Continue reading
As we get the hang of this whole production schedule thing, we are getting better at knowing how to plan ahead. Things went pretty well with our Summer 2012 collection. But now we look ahead and realize we have a … Continue reading
An essay by Dr. Deitolf Hamm, as provided by Eryk Pruitt The specimen is Sam Tuley, chosen not just for his overzealous sex drive, penchant for alcohol and violence, and inability to make the most of a second chance, but rather … Continue reading
An essay by Professor B.A. Darling, as provided by Rebecca L. Brown To all at ‘The Journal of Better Times,’ I am writing in response to Dr. A. Muchworthy’s paper of July 1892, which I believe was entitled ‘Looking Towards a Better … Continue reading
Duotrope offers an interview of sorts for editors of different publications. It’s a bit more like a questionnaire, but it at least provides an opportunity for editors to talk about what they are looking for in submissions. So Dawn and I … Continue reading