• Floating

    by  • February 16, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Floating

    An essay by Dr. Barrett Eustice, as provided by Chris Vander Kaay Art by Justine McGreevy They still call me lightweight at work. They think it’s funny, and I never said anything the first time they did it, so now I’m stuck with it. I know they don’t take me seriously at the lab. If there...

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    A Taste of Empty

    by  • February 9, 2015 • 0 Comments

    A Taste of Empty

    An essay by Jonah Greenwich, as provided by Dorian Graves Art by Leigh Legler I was at my wit’s end when the bird was brought in. Before its arrival was a stalemate. The rain had not stopped outside, leaving trails in windows that hadn’t been cleaned in months. On a chair to my left, a...

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    Collection of Stories from Andrew May

    by  • February 6, 2015 • 0 Comments

    The Museum of the Future and Other Stories

    Now available in print and ebook format from MSJ alumnus Andrew May is The Museum of the Future and Other Stories, published through CFZ Press. It collects 20 stories of high strangeness, ranging from crashed UFOs to anti-gravity to past life regression. Be sure to give it a look and let the world know...

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    New Book by Mad Scientist

    by  • February 5, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Love, Werewolves & Algorithms

    Author J. M. Perkins has a new collection of short fiction called Love, Werewolves & Algorithms. It features five love-themed “Valentine’s Day appropriate short stories.” One story, “SocialScene Alert,” was the winner of the 3 Minute Futures contest through the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery. You can find this collection on both Amazon and Smashwords.  

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    Mad Scientist in Shimmer

    by  • February 4, 2015 • 0 Comments

    MSJ alumnus Alexis A. Hunter has a new story available in Shimmer #23 that you can also read on their website! “Be Not Unequally Yoked” is a bittersweet tale of identity, faith, and shapeshifting set in an Amish community. You can read the story online, or buy the whole issue for just $2.99 on their...

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    Winter 2015 is Now Available!

    by  • February 3, 2015 • 1 Comment

    Mad Scientist Journal: Winter 2015

    Our newest quarterly is now available via Amazon and Smashwords! It features exclusive content from Deborah Walker, Diana Parparita, and MJ Gardner, advice from Dr. “Oort” Cloud, and Horrorscopes! You can also buy it and the other 11 issues of Mad Scientist Journal as an add-on reward in our Kickstarter for only $15! In time,...

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    In the Defense of Mummies

    by  • February 2, 2015 • 2 Comments

    In the Defense of Mummies

    An essay by Dr. Genocide, as provided by J. M. Perkins Art by Katie Nyborg (This article first appeared in the December 2375 issue of Mad Science Monthly and is reprinted with permission. Mad Science Monthly accepts no liabilities for any hypertime anomalies arising from any person or persons acting with foreknowledge to as...

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    A Preview of Our Next Kickstarter!

    by  • January 27, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Selfies from the End of the World

    We’re going to be doing another Kickstarter in February, and this is it: This year, we are bringing you tales from the end times in Selfies from the End of the World: Historical Accounts of the Apocalypse. Survivors of zombie plagues, nuclear holocausts, the Rapture, or the inevitable death of the universe will share...

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    The Story of Jesse’s Heart Trouble

    by  • January 26, 2015 • 2 Comments

    The Story of Jesse's Heart Trouble

    As told by Tommy to Marla L. Anderson Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye The trouble with Jesse all started when his girlfriend went and had a change of heart. Wouldn’t have been no big deal if Jesse hadn’t decided to keep her old one. I was standing in Jesse’s living room, staring at the dark...

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