Author Archives: Mad Scientist Journal

That Man Behind the Curtain: July 2018

We had a few new marketing experiments in July. How well did it work out? Well, let’s look at numbers. The Money Aspect Amounts in parentheses are losses/expenses. Web Resources: (-$17.06) Stories: (-$180.00) Art: (-$741.85) Advertising: (-$1,661.59) Processing Fees: (-$22.38) … Continue reading

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Last Confessions of a Deranged Physicist

An essay by an anonymous physicist, as provided by Chris Aldridge Art by Ariel Alian Wilson The time came when I had no choice but to go forward by going back, for the sake of both my own sanity and … Continue reading

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Within the Pulse of Darkness

An essay by Cassius Carter, as provided by Lucas Leery Art by Luke Spooner Dear Cass, I invite you to assist me on my next expedition. The site is in remote, northern land that I trust you will remember well. Your … Continue reading

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Gray Eye Shuffle

An essay by Othello Maxwell, as provided by Brandon Nolta Art by Leigh Legler She looked like the kind of woman for whom doors opened. Tall, hair so black it absorbed the light, her body a pillar of muscle, she strode with … Continue reading

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Grandma Visits

An essay by Gwendolyn Burke, as provided by Shelly Jasperson Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye She had promised me she’d visit. But I hadn’t seen her since she died, and that was weeks ago. I’d expected a rattling doorknob, a creaking … Continue reading

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That Man Behind the Curtain: June 2018

There were a lot of expenses in June, as we paid a bunch of creators for their contributions to Battling in All Her Finery and have started to do some different things with marketing. Let’s look at how we measured … Continue reading

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A Record of Android M14DA3-Y2015’s Last Week in Headquarters

As told by Employee ID 3583002, transcribed by Teo Yi Han Art provided by America Jones T minus four days All the way to work I debated with myself and changed my mind about once approximately every five minutes: Ask … Continue reading

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Genemech Announces Bio-Security Incident and Confirms Release of Giant Death Bees

A press release authorised by Dr. Mackenzie Cooper, Chief Science Officer and Co-Founder Genemech, as provided by Paul Alex Gray Art by Luke Spooner FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE VENUS SPRINGS, NEVADA, October 12th, 2019 /PRWorldWire Genemech (NYSE: GMNX) today announced a … Continue reading

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Ephemerene

An essay by Roberta, as provided by Chris Walker Art by Errow Collins 1. I am holding her close, whispering, when she disappears. The warm pressure of her embrace is gone, and my arms squeeze inward on the sudden emptiness. … Continue reading

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A Gift for Michael

An essay by Doctor Veronica West, as provided by Maureen Bowden Art by Leigh Legler Lucas Vale, the most talented artist to emerge in over a century, was twenty years old and dying. He lay back against his propped-up pillows, … Continue reading

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