Tag Archives: Dawn Vogel

Socialization and Entertainment Habits of the Human Peoples

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

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Mad Scientists at an Art Show

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

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Apocalypse Willowherb

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

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Carnivorous Fog: Avoidance, Survival, and Eradication Strategies

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

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Automagical

An essay by Raymond C. Stewart, as provided by Damien Krsteski Art by Dawn Vogel Let me tell you a story about language. In 2021, with the conclusion of the Human Brain Project, several months before fully publicizing the research finds, chunks … Continue reading

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A Dispatch from an Otherwise Unremarkable Planet

An essay by Scout 1188-A, as provided by S. R. Algernon Art by Dawn Vogel This is Scout 1188-A, operating under the auspices of the distal arm division of the Consortium Exploration Group. I am checking in to report a … Continue reading

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In The Absence of Emotion

Editorial: Investigations of Neural Imagining and Surgical Removal of Emotional Cortexes Edward P. Muinn1, David G. Bolls,1 Felicity I. Killian1,2 and Diana Rohlman3 1Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, 2Department of Radiology, 3Groom Lake Publishing Services, Groom Lake, Nevada, United States … Continue reading

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The Beginning Botanist’s Guide to Lair Defense

An essay by Lady Jelique D’Avern, as provided by John A. McColley Art by Dawn Vogel The below information represents years of research into the field of cryptobotany, including active experimentation and cultivation. I present an offering to fellow scientists … Continue reading

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Dr. Derosa’s Resurrection: Part IV

By R.G. Summers Art by Dawn Vogel Click here for Part III. On the day that I was to break my father out of prison, I woke up to the sound of sirens in the streets below. I stumbled out … Continue reading

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Dr. Derosa’s Resurrection: Part III

By R.G. Summers Art by Dawn Vogel Click here for Part II. After my phone call with Mr. Charlie, I went directly to the salon down the street. He had told me that he would send a plane immediately and … Continue reading

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