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In September we launched our next-to-last quarterly, sent out copies to patrons and contributors, and finished up I Didn’t Break the Lamp.
This month was about final touches on both the Autumn 2019 quarterly and I Didn’t Break the Lamp.
A relatively quiet month. We were open for our final ever call for submissions, which resulted in a record volume of submissions. We also rolled the Summer 2019 quarterly out the door.
We’ve been plugging away at laying out the next big anthology, paid all the authors, and are getting ready to release the new quarterly. Here are some numbers.
April was continued aftermath from the Kickstarter. We finally finished reading slush from the submissions and shipped out add-on rewards for backers. We also shipped out contributor copies for Spring 2019.
Mad Scientist Journal will be discontinuing our journal in early 2020. The existing books won’t be going anywhere. Just the regular weekly features you’ve come to know and love will end as of April 2, 2020 and no new books … Continue reading
March has been the aftermath of our February Kickstarter. Funds have come in from the Kickstarter and we were open for submissions for the anthology. We also put out the newest quarterly, Winter 2019, so there was time and money … Continue reading
February we Kickstarted our new anthology. It was the most tense campaign we’ve ever had, where we weren’t sure we’d fund even on the last day. But we did it, and met a stretch goal, and it was a relief. … Continue reading
January was focused getting ready for our Kickstarter. Which ends the day this post goes live, February 28th. If you happen to catch this post before then, we’d love your support. Maybe we have funded by the time you read … Continue reading
December was focused mostly on getting Winter 2019’s quarterly out the door. Amazon’s Createspace is being absorbed by Amazon’s KDP Print, and this was our first stab at publishing a book through them. There was a sharp learning curve, as … Continue reading