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Autumn 2012 is here!

It took a week and a half to get back on track and get stuff together, but it is with much joy that we announce that Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2012 is now available for sale on Smashwords. I’m pretty … Continue reading

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Dear Father,

A letter by Subject 025, as provided by A.W. Gifford Photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett If you’re reading this, I must be dead. Of course, you’ve probably already figured that much out. I want you to know that this was all your … Continue reading

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That Man Behind the Curtain: December 2012

Hello. I’m back from a week long whirlwind tour of the Midwest. I fell a little behind on Mad Scientist Journal due to limited access to the Internet. So this is coming a little late and work on the Autumn … Continue reading

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Evaporation

An essay by Newton Hickson, as provided by Justin Short I’m the guy who punches tigers in the face for a living. You might have read about me in one of those articles on animal cruelty. Maybe heard my name … Continue reading

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How I Learned to Love My Clones

An essay by Dr. Cortico Vox as procured by Folly Blaine Illustration by Justine McGreevy When I began my illustrious career as “mad” scientist, I considered clones a necessary evil. It pains me to admit this now, but I failed … Continue reading

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Military Applications of Magical Beings

A report by Professor Jason Dirigible, as provided by Andy Brown Illustration by Justine McGreevy REPORT TO HEADS OF STAFF AUGUST 14th 2012 Introduction In February 2010, I was asked by the assembled heads of staff to look into the … Continue reading

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The Saddest Mad Scientist

An essay by A.F.W., as provided by Julianne Pachico There is nothing sadder than a mad scientist hell-bent on world domination whose killer clone-producing machine doesn’t work. When the thick clouds of smoke first start hissing out from the desperately whirring … Continue reading

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Asexual Reproduction in homo sapiens sapiens

Introduction to Dr. Ozge Fethiye’s manuscript by Dr. Ozil Ahmadoff, as provided by Tamara Zachary Photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett Ozge Fethiye was the finest scientific mind ever produced by the Yz’lyzi People’s Democratic Republic in all its thirty-three year … Continue reading

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Ask a Mad Scientist

We are looking to do an “Ask a Mad Scientist” column in the Autumn 2012 collection for Mad Scientist Journal. We have a couple writers picked out and now we need questions! For the next week, we are looking for … Continue reading

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That Man Behind the Curtain: November 2012

National Novel Writing Month has come and gone. I hit my 50k, and now have a hot steaming mess that I don’t know what to do with. Dawn would have also if her laptop hadn’t died at the last minute. … Continue reading

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