• Posts Tagged ‘Dawn Vogel’

    They Never Blink

    by  • June 27, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    They Never Blink

    An essay by Dr. H. Arthur, as provided by Sean Stempler Art by Dawn Vogel I should have known that Reiner would be the one to hand me in. Always hated that old bastard. Reiner, and Greyman, too. The two of them, sitting in their Halloween-costume robes in that farce of a court. “The...

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    My PC is Cheating on Me

    by  • May 30, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    My PC is Cheating on Me

    Professor Charles A. Donet’s journal entry – the early years as provided by Eamon Singh, as provided by J. Herman Art by Dawn Vogel I have an image of a stranger’s hand in my cookie jar of life. At odd times, when I take a moment between projects in my three-walled, open-planned, shared-space cubicle,...

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    Help Support Mad Scientists in an Anthology!

    by  • April 6, 2016 • Man Behind the Curtain • 0 Comments

    Untethered

    MSJ editor Dawn Vogel and alum Kyle Yadlosky are both authors in an anthology funding this month on Kickstarter. Untethered: A Magic iPhone Anthology features a total of twenty authors and is billed as “a collection of short fiction exploring the intersection of magic and technology in our smartphones.” It’s also inspired by the award-winning...

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    An Urgent Appeal to the Physics Community

    by  • September 21, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An Urgent Appeal to the Physics Community

    An essay by Terry Fied, Department of Physics, Manhattan Institute of Theoreticians Related to this journal by E. B. Fischadler Art by Dawn Vogel To the Editor: Recently, I became aware of a new and disturbing trend: the courts are using physicists to develop new and horrific methods of execution. The following is the...

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    Equivalent Gods

    by  • August 10, 2015 • Fiction • 1 Comment

    Equivalent Gods

    An essay by Professor George Newhouse, as provided by Domenic diCiacca Art by Dawn Vogel The bartender interrupted my contemplation. I looked up from my second beer and waved him off. “I’m good, Tiny.” “That’s not it, Prof. Could you give me a hand? I’ve got a bit of a problem.” Tiny is six four, arms...

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    The Counterweight

    by  • July 6, 2015 • Fiction • 1 Comment

    The Counterweight

    An essay by Jean-Michel Borrino, as provided by Damien Krsteski Art by Dawn Vogel There is a monster in every text. Or perhaps, one monster spanning all of text. I cannot know. All I am sure of is its existence, because I have seen it, and what is worse, it has seen me. # Leading a...

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