• Posts Tagged ‘Leigh Legler’

    Sims

    by  • March 10, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Abigail Perkins PhD, as provided by Kelda Crich Art by Leigh Legler In the light of the twinkling, tawdry Christmas lights, I’m typing just as fast as I can. Deleting as much as I’m able, but they’ve created walls around my commands, convoluted labyrinths of protection. They’re smart. Smarter than me. How is...

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    Mendant’s Maggots

    by  • December 30, 2013 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    A Paper Presented to the League of Astrobiological Studies, 2015–Highlights from the Journal of Dr. Louise Mendant: First Investigations into “Mendant’s Maggots” by Dr. Bryce Ellicott, as provided by Dr. J.A. Grier Art by Leigh Legler As the scientific community is now aware, “Mendant’s Maggots”–once thought to be fictional creatures–have recently been proven to...

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    God Lives in My Computer

    by  • November 25, 2013 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Dr. Radical N. Klein, as provided by Peter J. Carter Art by Leigh Legler Most people are goddamned pains in the ass. They’re constantly acting with defective intelligence, when not otherwise acting downright criminally apathetic. As if to prove this theorem on a daily basis, when the people in my immediate vicinity aren’t...

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    Diary of a Turnip Girl

    by  • September 16, 2013 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Ellyn Patterson, as provided by Finale Doshi-Velez Art by Leigh Legler As the science of genetic engineering nears maturity, our understanding of the psychological repercussions of commonplace genetic modifications remains woefully understudied. Below I share an excerpt from a diary of a client who visited me 15 years after conception with...

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    Isaac’s Butterfly

    by  • September 2, 2013 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Abraham J. Miles, provided by Dan Hart Art by Leigh Legler 1991-07-07 – 16:00 My son discovered a giant green moth today. Its wing patterns are asymmetrical, with five-fingered jagged appendages peeling off the edges. It has three antennae protruding from its head instead of two. I’ve never seen anything like this...

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    Spring 2013 LIIIIIIIIVES!

    by  • July 2, 2013 • Administrative • 0 Comments

    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 Amazon. We’ve got a stellar line-up of featured authors this quarter: K.C. Ball, David...

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    Mabel’s Mission

    by  • April 1, 2013 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Mabel Foster, as provided by K. Esta Art by Leigh Legler Unfortunately for most mad scientists in this world–sorry I shouldn’t say “mad.” That’s what I keep hearing everyone else around here call you. I know some of you don’t like it, and rightfully so, it isn’t very nice. How about...

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