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Category Archives: Mad Scientist News
Mad scientists never slow down, so here are some newsly items regarding other accomplishments of our misunderstood geniuses. First up is a correction of an earlier gaff of mine. Gary Cuba‘s “The Fine Point“, which is also available in the … Continue reading
Folly Blaine, who provided some of the exclusive content for the Spring 2012 collection and has a story appearing here just before Christmas, has won the Hawthorne Citation in the category of “Short-Short Fiction.” You can see the list of … 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
The first chapter of Rosemary Jones’s novella is available in audio format, for those who enjoy such things. You may find it here.
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
Author Rosemary Jones, who we have had the honor of publishing in May as part of our Spring 2012 line-up, has a new book coming out at the end of this month. In fact, it’s one of three books being … Continue reading
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
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