Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal
From the New York Times Op-Ed. April 11, 2119, by Arlene Morris. Provided by Adam Aresty Photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett When the info-cube landed in Sydney, the whole world was watching. The Japanese picked it up on their long-range … Continue reading
MSJ alumna, Rosemary Jones, has an interview on the Timid Pirate Publishing site about her new young adult novella, Wrecker of Engines. This novella is one of three being published together in Cobalt City Rookies. You can find the interview … Continue reading
An essay by Max Frankenstein, as provided by Richard Zwicker Illustration by Katie Nyborg There’s a certain justice in not being able to escape your own past. You make your bed, you sleep in it, I always say. It seemed … Continue reading
The first chapter of Rosemary Jones’s novella is available in audio format, for those who enjoy such things. You may find it here.
A secret memoir of Dr. Henry Tuttle, discovered by his nephew and executor, Gary Cuba. An audio version of this story is available on Drabblecast. “Once you start to see them, they seem to be everywhere.” After rendering this enigmatic … Continue reading
Essay by Yesbot, as provided by Roger Pattison Graphic work by Katie Nyborg Setting up my business hinged on one pivotal piece of equipment that didn’t exist at the time. Having gone into the marketing strategy in some depth, it … Continue reading
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