Tag Archives: Dawn Vogel

Review of Cassilda’s Song

Cassilda’s Song (Chaosium, 2015), edited by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., contains 18 tales of the mythos of the King in Yellow, all written by female authors. These stories explore many facets of Cassilda, one of the characters from Robert W. … Continue reading

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Now Available – Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2017

Phantom limb surgery, dimensional windows, and sentient androids. These are but some of the strange tales to be found in this book. Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2017 collects thirteen tales from the fictional worlds of mad science. For the discerning … Continue reading

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Review of Call of Cthulhu: The Coloring Book

Today, we’re venturing into new territory for Mad Scientist Journal, as co-editor Dawn and illustrator Leigh share their thoughts on the Call of Cthulhu coloring book from Chaosium. While Dawn has been reviewing prose books for a while, this is her first … Continue reading

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Review of Behind the Mask

Behind the Mask (Meerkat Press, 2017) is a collection of twenty super hero stories, but you won’t find a lot of knock-down, drag-out fights between heroes and villains in this anthology. Instead, Behind the Mask focuses on super heroes dealing … Continue reading

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Review of Never Now Always by Desirina Boskovich

Never Now Always by Desirina Boskovich (Broken Eye Books, 2017) is a young adult novella that explores memory, time, and family. Lolo is one of the “rapt children,” young people who are studied by aliens known as the Caretakers. The … Continue reading

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The Physics of Decluttering

Keynote address presented by Doctor Seeya Laterbro Transcription services provided by Lisha E. Goldberg Art by Dawn Vogel Good morning. I am delighted to speak to all of you today at the International Symposium for Highly Frustrated Physicists. It’s been … Continue reading

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Review of The Shattered Queen by Jaym Gates

Jaym Gates’s collection, The Shattered Queen & Other New Mythologies: A Broken City Miscellany (Falstaff Books, 2016), is a collection of 26 short prose pieces, some of which are more lyrical or poetic than story, and others that create entire … Continue reading

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Review of Glittership Winter 2017

Glittership began as a podcast for reprints of short stories with LGBTQ characters and themes. Recently, however, they have begun publishing some original stories as well. As of 2017, Glittership is also available in ebook format in advance of the … Continue reading

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Now Available – Mad Scientist Journal: Winter 2017

Advances in mass production, tidying tips, and suggestions for the use of supernatural fluids. These are but some of the strange tales to be found in this book. Mad Scientist Journal: Winter 2017 collects thirteen tales from the fictional worlds … Continue reading

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Constructing the Provably Complete Library

An essay by V. Cardigan, as provided by Emma Tonkin Art by Dawn Vogel Abstract The theoretical concept of a provably complete library, generated by an infinitely parallelised random process, is well-known. In this article, I report on the results of … Continue reading

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