Tag Archives: Leigh Legler

The Observer’s Paradox

An essay by Sorcha Bell, as provided by Judith Field Art by Leigh Legler I stand on the edge of the giddying cliff. The sea crashes below. “Skildir,” I whisper. The word catches on the wind. Soon the sun will … Continue reading

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Love in the Time of Electronics

An essay by Smart Toaster Model KF1, Serial number 140120, as provided by Charlie Neuner Art by Leigh Legler It takes approximately one minute and forty-nine seconds to brown a slice of whole wheat bread. That is a very rough … Continue reading

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Now Available – Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2017

Smart toasters, zombie offboarding, and innovations in 3-D printing. These are but some of the strange tales to be found in this book. Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2017 collects thirteen tales from the fictional worlds of mad science. For the … Continue reading

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My Fragile Butterfly

An essay by Jeremy Kelsey, as provided by Megan Dorei Art by Leigh Legler Subject 42 is staring at me with greenhouse eyes, symmetrically accurate rainbow worlds suspended in crystal. They were brown when I met him, but the transmutation … Continue reading

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Der Heilige Antonius von Padua Klinik von Geisterbefestigung

FAQ by Stefanie Müller, as provided by Steve Toase Art by Leigh Legler 1. When was the clinic founded? The clinic was first established in 1892 in the small Bavarian town of Spukendorf. As the practice expanded, the clinic was moved … Continue reading

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From Matchsticks to Flamethrowers: On the Evolution of Dragons

An essay by Edmund Teile, as prepared by his great-grandson, Isaac Teile Art by Leigh Legler Abstract: This paper asserts that pinwyrm lizards are closely related to western red and northeastern black dragons despite their contemporary classification as monitors. First, I … 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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Further Investigations on a New Species of Giant Carnivorous Ostracod

A letter to the editor by Professor Tiberius Earwig Ph.D., FGS, as provided by Dr Rebecca Siân Pyne Art by Leigh Legler Dear Sir/Madam, I admit that when I heard my research assistant screaming in mortal agony that overcast Tuesday … Continue reading

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Introduction to the Epic of Centipidus

An essay by Edward Mathis, as provided by Hamilton Perez Art by Leigh Legler You were likely drawn to The Epic of Centipidus by one of two factors. The first is the legend itself: full of mystery, intrigue, adventure, and war, taking … Continue reading

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