Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal

The Benefits and Risks of Calorific Fat Cell Inversion

An essay by Carmel Jimenez, as provided by Denzell Cooper Art provided by America Jones “And this is Carmel.” The director’s voice was muffled by the glass. “She is working on something that will literally–” he made a hand gesture … Continue reading

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In memoriam: Hammy, the Last Pig on Earth

By Marianne MacDonnal, provided by Joachim Heijndermans Art provided by Leigh Legler Follow Marianne @mmacdonnal-london12 or sign up with @london12-news/entertainment to receive her latest articles in your mail. ~ On Wednesday, February 12th, a day that will never be forgotten … Continue reading

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Fetch Monkey

An essay by S. Dewisker et al. as related by Thomas Diehl Art provided by Leigh Legler Day 1 Today, we commenced final research in our project for animal control through electronic stimulation of brain activity. After promising results with … Continue reading

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To See the Light

[CONTENT WARNING]: This story contains medical horror. Readers should be advised. An essay by Max Allaway, as provided by J. Harper Art provided by Luke Spooner A deep, groggy breath. I tried to open my eyes. All I saw was … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Killed Gods

An essay by Dr. Thomas Ain, as provided by Matthew R. Davis Art provided by Errow Collins My friends, I have been called before you tonight in order that I might bring you something that has been sorely lacking in recent … Continue reading

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That Man Behind the Curtain: September 2018

Soon we’ll be at GeekGirlCon! We pushed out SIX new books in preparation for this, including Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2018 and our newest anthology Battling in All Her Finery: Historical Accounts of Otherworldly Women Leaders. Let’s look at last … Continue reading

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Deddville

An essay by Nathan Williams, as provided by Nicole Tanquary Art provided by Scarlett O’Hairdye The door to the shop was open, so I walked in, scuffing the bottoms of my shoes against the welcome mat to get off the … Continue reading

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The Day I Saved the Science Fair

An essay by Daniela Villanueva, as provided by Alyssa N. Vaughn Art provided by Errow Collins I’d like to tell you about the first time I ever took out a superhero. I was eleven. The afternoon it all began, I … Continue reading

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Missed Connections: Creature Seeking Creator

Correspondence initiated by Unclassified Sample 38267, as provided by Julia K. Patt Art by Leigh Legler Are you there, Professor? It’s me, Unclassified. You: A brilliant but ostracized xenobiologist, recently denied tenure from a prestigious university. Me: The beaker of extraterrestrial … Continue reading

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Hollywood Cafe

A letter from Nick Nickerson, as provided by Tara Campbell Art provided by Luke Spooner Dear Brian Jones, Congratulations on owning a new Hollywood Café franchise! We are proud to welcome you to the Hollywood family. We were impressed with … Continue reading

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