Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal

That Man Behind the Curtain: September 2012

With a story on the first and a new collection to launch as well, I figured I’d wait until today to give the numbers behind the magic.

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Summer 2012 now available!

I was going to launch yesterday, but I didn’t want to steal the thunder of Monday’s story. So now I can say: Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2012 is now available on Smashwords! In addition to the last three months of fiction, … Continue reading

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Financial Strategies for Innovative Researchers

An essay by Kelvin Schrödinger, as provided by Kenneth Schneyer From the Bulletin of the Society for Innovative Research and Invention, vol. 195, no. 3 (Summer, 2012): Everyone knows that funding is a perennial problem. With so little hardware and so few … Continue reading

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Zombie Anthology with a Mad Scientist Alumnus!

Rebecca L. Brown is one of the authors providing exclusive content to the upcoming Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2012. And she has a story that will be on the site next month. But more immediately available is the anthology A … Continue reading

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Robot Ethics and the Turkish Turtledove

An essay by Mando Viday, as provided by Django Mathijsen Dylah wasn’t the prettiest girl I’ve ever known. Still she is the only one I often recalled with melancholy and even regret. Because although we’d been close, we’d never become … Continue reading

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Mad Scientist Journal Summer 2012 Cover Art!

Just thought I’d drop in with a quick mid-week post to share something with all y’all. Last night I got the laid-out cover for the next collection of Mad Scientist Journal. I liked it so much, I had to share … Continue reading

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Maturity

An essay by Max Steiner, as presented by Nathaniel K. Miller Scientist profile: Dr. Marvin Steiner was a controversial and pioneering nodal physicist, known for developing the Jaunte Drive, an early prototype teleportation engine. He and his son Max disappeared … Continue reading

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Suzanne van Rooyen’s Young Adult SF Coming December

In further news from the world of mad science, alumnus Suzanne van Rooyen has just signed a contract with Etopia Press for the publication of her book, Obscura Burning. This young adult science fiction novel is due for release this … Continue reading

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Mad Scientist Alumni in the Wild

Mad Scientist Journal alumnus Torrey Podmajersky has a new story up at Daily Science Fiction. You can click here to read “The Gifter” now. Concurrently, assistant editor Dawn Vogel has a new story up at Fickle Muses. You can click … Continue reading

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Death-Ray Barking Dog Torches Home

Article by Dan Foley, as provided by Kyle Yadlosky Photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett Pine Lane, New Jersey, was rocked yesterday afternoon, when neighbors heard an explosion from one of the houses in the gated community. Apparently, a two-month-old Jack … Continue reading

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