• Hot! Fresh! Now! Autumn 2013

    by  • January 8, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Hey look! We have another collection!   In addition to collecting another three months of stories, we have exclusive fiction featuring Antoinette McCormick, Alexis A. Hunter, and Folly Blaine, mad science advice from Dr. Synthia, and our ever charming mad scientist classifieds! It’s available on Amazon and Smashwords, or you can add it to...

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    Little Gods

    by  • January 6, 2014 • 0 Comments

    An essay by Nathan Orbos, as provided by Mathew Allan Garcia Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye ONE Let’s talk, shall we? You and I. I want to clear the air. There are things that’ve been on my mind for a few millennia. You’re old enough to know the truth. You’re ready to accept it. Who am I?...

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    Mendant’s Maggots

    by  • December 30, 2013 • 0 Comments

    A Paper Presented to the League of Astrobiological Studies, 2015–Highlights from the Journal of Dr. Louise Mendant: First Investigations into “Mendant’s Maggots” by Dr. Bryce Ellicott, as provided by Dr. J.A. Grier Art by Leigh Legler As the scientific community is now aware, “Mendant’s Maggots”–once thought to be fictional creatures–have recently been proven to...

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    That Man Behind the Curtain: November 2013

    by  • December 24, 2013 • 0 Comments

    And now, our November in review. Because everyone likes math on Christmas Eve. This got a little delayed due to assorted holiday season shenanigans. I hope y’all enjoy it. The Money Aspect Amounts in parentheses are losses/expenses. Hosting: ($17.06) Stories: ($55.00) Art: ($200.00) Advertising: $0.00 Paypal Fees: ($8.05) Donations: $0.00 Ad Revenue: $0.57 Book...

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    Shooting Stars and Schadenfreude

    by  • December 23, 2013 • 0 Comments

    An account by Doctor Maximilian von Borcke, as provided by Sean Patrick Hazlett Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye A disconcerting feeling of revulsion overwhelmed me when I touched the strange object, a metallic container the size of a cigar box. Inscribed on it was writing reminiscent of Sumerian cuneiform. The solitary eye engraved on the...

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    Mad Scientist Produces Burlesque Event

    by  • December 17, 2013 • 0 Comments

    The multi-talented Scarlett O’Hairdye, one of our fantastic illustrators, is putting on a burlesque revue in Seattle to help battle the dark dreary days of a Pacific Northwest winter. Here are the details! Unnatural Redhead Productions is proud to present Midwinter Madness! A burlesque revue about all things non-holiday! Sick of Santa? Weary of...

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    The Dog and the Dinosaur

    by  • December 16, 2013 • 0 Comments

    An essay by Ken Korman, as provided by Adam Rowe Art by Katie Nyborg An audio version of this story is available at http://academicemmett.com/1-4-the-dog-and-the-dinosaur/ “Do you believe in fortune telling?” Emmett asked me. He was staring thoughtfully up at the ceiling, long legs resting on an equally tall chair back. “No more than you do,” I...

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    Dying is Easy

    by  • December 9, 2013 • 0 Comments

    An essay by Arthur Weiss, Ph.D., as provided by Franco Raud Art by Franco Raud This is what is known. American Blues guitarist Robert Johnson (1911-1938). Singer of “Hellhound on My Trail,” “Me and the Devil Blues,” and “Cross Road Blues.” Johnson was granted his musical genius through a deal with the devil made at...

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    The Starvation Of Anthony Dargay

    by  • December 2, 2013 • 2 Comments

    An essay by Anthony Dargay PhD, as provided by Ben Revermann Art by Justine McGreevy Oct. 28, 2015, Day 8, Anthony Dargay PhD. IMPORTANT, DO NOT WALK THROUGH THE PORTAL. READ THIS BEFORE YOU WALK THROUGH THE PORTAL: I pray that you see this journal and grab it before walking through. I will leave it right...

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    God Lives in My Computer

    by  • November 25, 2013 • 0 Comments

    An essay by Dr. Radical N. Klein, as provided by Peter J. Carter Art by Leigh Legler Most people are goddamned pains in the ass. They’re constantly acting with defective intelligence, when not otherwise acting downright criminally apathetic. As if to prove this theorem on a daily basis, when the people in my immediate vicinity aren’t...

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