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The latest issue of Beyond Science Fiction features both MSJ alum Jason Bougger (who wrote “A Bad Case of Rabies” for our Winter 2014 quarterly) as well as MSJ editor Dawn Vogel! Check it out!
Transcript of voice mail found by Dr. Jarothy Pickman, as provided by Dan Stout Art by Dawn Vogel <Beep> Hello, Joachim. This is Dr. Manderagon. Vincent Manderagon. I’m calling because I’m having trouble with one of our Golems. Specifically … ah … … Continue reading
An essay by Dr. Andre Jomes, as provided by Rob Oxley Art by Dawn Vogel Caution when Advancing Interns: A Personal Account Dr. Andre Jomes, MSBS, Director of BCRR, Berry & Serg Adrian9 Inner Cylinder Housing, Apt. 43-F Staff and … Continue reading
Now available is Fictionvale Episode 5: Of Magic and Mayhem, which features no less than two mad scientists of repute: Jamie Lackey and Dawn Vogel. They join eight other awesome authors in a fun issue with faeries and dragons (among other … Continue reading
Report by Herbert W. Wackerman, Ph.D., as provided by Julie Bloss Kelsey Art by Dawn Vogel [The following transcript is an excerpt of an audio recording of Herbert W. Wackerman, Ph.D., recorded on the night of the incident.] My name … Continue reading
Two of the Mad Scientist family have new books available for your reading enjoyment. First, Nathan Crowder returns to his Cobalt City setting with his new book, Cobalt City: Los Muertos. Then co-editor Dawn Vogel shares a tale of Greek … Continue reading
An essay by Dr. Distacco, as provided by David Pring-Mill Art by Dawn Vogel Socialization I have spent a lifetime studying the ways of the human peoples. Human socialization is particularly complex. It has many subtleties and unwritten rules that … Continue reading
Two of Mad Scientist Journal’s artists, Leigh Legler and Dawn Vogel, will have pieces in an art show that opens on Thursday, August 21st, in the Seattle area. The show is called Tiny Tales and Small Stories, and the artists … Continue reading
Letters by Jacob Monroe Grant, as provided by Alter S. Reiss Art by Dawn Vogel The HMS Courser, Latitude 13, 22″ S Longitude 157, 6″ W (approx.) January 7th, 1827 My dearest friend William, One might expect that after these long months … Continue reading
An essay by Dr. Balini Enoras, as transcribed by K. A. Blaha Art by Dawn Vogel Introduction Since our arrival on this world several years ago, we have adapted to a variety of new and unexpected circumstances. By far the greatest challenge … Continue reading