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The Book of the Unnamed Midwife, by Meg Elison, is a post apocalyptic story about a woman who wakes up to find most of the world dead. Both haunting and inspiring, it follows her as she explores the fragments of North … Continue reading
Available for pre-order is Hides the Dark Tower, a collection of speculative fiction tales revolving around the theme of towers. Among the authors in this collection are MSJ alumni Anatoly Belilovsky and Kelda Crich, plus MSJ co-editor Jeremy Zimmerman. Click here … Continue reading
Mad Scientist Journal co-editor Jeremy Zimmerman is running a Kickstarter for his newest novel, The Love of Danger. It’s a sequel to his first book, continuing the adventures of superhero Jamie “Kensei” Hattori. Click here to check it out!
Hi, it’s Jeremy here. I’m breaking one of my rules for the site. Normally I try not to use Mad Scientist Journal to promote my own stuff, but I’m making an exception. My young adult superhero novel, Kensei, is available … Continue reading
Hello all! I pushed this back a day since we had a story appearing on the site, but now I’m free and clear to share with all of you: Mad Scientist Journal: Spring 2013 is now available through both Smashwords and … Continue reading
It took a week and a half to get back on track and get stuff together, but it is with much joy that we announce that Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2012 is now available for sale on Smashwords. I’m pretty … Continue reading
As announced last week, Cobalt City Rookies is available today. It features three novellas under one title: Wrecker of Engines by MSJ alumnus (or alumna, if you’re fussy) Rosemary Jones, Tatterdemalion by Nikki Burns and Kensei by MSJ editor Jeremy Zimmerman (who hopes you … Continue reading
Author Rosemary Jones, who we have had the honor of publishing in May as part of our Spring 2012 line-up, has a new book coming out at the end of this month. In fact, it’s one of three books being … Continue reading
Duotrope offers an interview of sorts for editors of different publications. It’s a bit more like a questionnaire, but it at least provides an opportunity for editors to talk about what they are looking for in submissions. So Dawn and I … Continue reading