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Stories for Younger Readers

The second Tuesday in November is Young Reader’s Day, and while we often publish stories that are not for all ages, we have some recommendations that are for younger readers! Our Battling in All Her Finery anthology from last year was … Continue reading

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More Halloween Reads!

Last year, we suggested stories you might like to read for Halloween. This year, we’re back with more, and giving you enough lead time to get copies of the ones that are no longer on the website! “On a Winter’s … Continue reading

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Previous Libraries and Vampires We’ve Explored

We’ve published several stories about libraries and vampires. If you enjoyed Monday’s story, here are some more you might like! “A Last Minute Message to the Youth” by Brodie Lowe (how to deal with a vampire problem) “Is the Vampire … Continue reading

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Strange Concoctions of the Past

We’ve published few stories about alchemy at Mad Scientist Journal, but here are a few selections about mixtures and concoctions just outside of reality. “The Essence of Sprout” by Nick Morrish (an experiment on restoring lost senses) “Old Mother Shudders” by … Continue reading

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Previous Nanotech Stories

If you’d like to read more stories involving nanotechnology, check out these selections! “Forty-Flesh Barrier” by Raluca Balasa (more cybernetics than nanotechnology, but along the same lines) “The Origins of Chem-Art: A Look into the Manifestation of Final Blush of … Continue reading

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Space Travel Throughout the History of MSJ

We’ve published a lot of science fiction stories involving space travel over the years at Mad Scientist Journal. Here’s just a few of them! “Every Little Star” by Fiona Moore (an alternate history look at 1960s space travel and technology) … Continue reading

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Throwback to Other Linguistic Stories

We’ve published a few stories about linguistics and languages. If you enjoyed Monday’s story, check these out too! “Handling the Contents of Consciousness” by Soramimi Hanarejima (secrets, words, and beauty) “Introduction to the Epic of Centipidus” by Hamilton Perez (insect … Continue reading

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Previous Abnormal Biologies

We’ve published a number of stories about abnormal biologies, under the guise of xenobiology. Here are a few you might enjoy! “Sacrifice” by Annika Sundberg (everyone’s favorite strange critter, tardigrades!) “Concerning Your Recent Creation of Sentient Horse-things on the Next … Continue reading

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Past Calculations

If you liked this week’s story about game theory, here are a handful of other stories you might enjoy! “Two to the Power of One” by Melanie Rees (calculating survival) “A Date to be Remembered” by Stuart Webb (recalculating a … Continue reading

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Music and Mad Science

Music and mad science aren’t things that always go together, but we’ve published a few stories over the years involving these two topics. “Cryptoid Sonics: An Investigation into the Uses of Cryptozoological Sounds” by Andy Brown (applications for the sounds … Continue reading

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