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The Molecules That Bind Us

An essay by Dr. Ian Wessner, as provided by Christa Carmen Art by Luke Spooner Some might find it disconcerting, creepy, even; but to me, Dr. Ian Wessner Jr., the sound is music to my ears. It’s like something from a … 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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The Origins of Chem-Art: A Look into the Manifestation of Final Blush of the Republic

Article written by Casvar Quivian, as provided by Sam Jowett Art by Luke Spooner Introduction Call this a tell-all, call this an indictment. For myself, it is a revelation. This will be my final paper on Final Blush of the … Continue reading

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I, Angelica

Notorious android murderess Angelica X shares her story, as told to Wesley O. Cohen Art by Luke Spooner This is what I tell the others: if he had made me out of bones, Dr. Fleischmann would have liked me better. … Continue reading

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The Curious Fate of the Merchantman Lady Margaret

An essay by Hugh Arden, as provided by Candida Spillard Art by Luke Spooner (A full report on this matter, drawn up by a team headed by Oceanographic Surveyor Hugh Arden, was to have been submitted to the Marine Accident … Continue reading

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A Brief History of the Human Colonization of Mars

Excerpt from Mars as the Abode of Life, by Tranquility Adams, as presented by H. E. Bergeron Art by Luke Spooner It is not, in my opinion, at all hyperbolic to say that mankind would never have reached Mars, or, … 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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The New OPEC

An essay by Ollie Garky, brought to our attention by E. B. Fischadler Art by Luke Spooner Mr. (or Ms.) President: I have an important proposal for the leaders of the western nations. If they are wise enough to adopt … Continue reading

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Lily in the Moonlight

An account by Professor Fia McCauley, as told to Maureen Bowden Art by Luke Spooner My namesake, Saint Fiacra, is the patron saint of gardeners, so I was destined to be a botanist. I specialised in lilies, the loveliest of flowers, … Continue reading

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Stheno

An essay by Stheno the Gorgon, as provided by Marnie Azzarelli Art by Luke Spooner “Brave soul, walking by herself in this neighborhood at night,” the passenger in a gray mini-van commented to her driving friend as I crossed the intersection in … Continue reading

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