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    Raising the Dead from the Archives

    by  • March 14, 2019 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Illustration of four men looking aghast about a ghost or ball lightning

    If you enjoyed our tale of weird necromancy on Monday, here are a few more stories from the MSJ archives you might also enjoy! “Deddville” by Nicole Tanquary (a town populated by the dead, and one living man) “There Will Be No Encore” by Darren Ridgley (a reanimated performer unraveling the secrets of his unlife)...

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    More Cryptozoology

    by  • March 7, 2019 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Bronze figure of a griffin

    If you enjoyed Monday’s cryptozoology story, here are a few more stories you might also enjoy! “How to Build a Pig-Duck” by Rachel Rodman (hybrid and chimera creatures) “The Benefits and Risks of Calorific Fat Cell Inversion” by Denzell Cooper (Lovecraftian critters in a lab setting) “A Distant Honk” by Holly Schofield (an unusual...

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    Valentine’s Day Reads

    by  • February 14, 2019 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    It’s Valentine’s Day, so we’ve collected some of our favorite stories about mad scientists and love! “Lonely Heart” by Kathryn Yelinek (love that blooms after a human heart is found) “Love in the Time of Electronics” by Charlie Neuner (available in the Autumn 2017 quarterly) (the love a toaster feels for its human) “X...

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    More Genetic Engineering Reads

    by  • January 17, 2019 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    DNA

    If you enjoyed our Monday story about genetic engineering, here are a few more stories you might like! “Genemech Announces Bio-Security Incident and Confirms Release of Giant Death Bees” by Paul Alex Gray (more mutated insects!) “The Hand of Fate” by Stuart Webb (cloning and splicing new genetic material) “The Hazards of Owning a...

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    Reads for a New Year

    by  • January 1, 2019 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    If you’re looking for some stories to read on a lazy New Year’s Day, we’ve got a few about looking back and a few about new beginnings, both of which seem appropriate for the beginning of 2019. “Gray Eye Shuffle” by Brandon Nolta (a new beginning for a secondary character) “2ME2” by C. Girard...

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    Some Christmas Reads

    by  • December 20, 2018 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Little girl reading to her stuffed bear

    Christmas is a wonderful time to relax and get some reading in. If you’re looking for Christmas-themed reading, we’ve got a few suggestions from the vaults of Mad Scientist Journal. “A Gift for Michael” by Maureen Bowden (while not entirely a Christmas story, it is a lovely story about a valuable gift) “It Won’t Cost...

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    Stories for a Delightful Thanksgiving

    by  • November 22, 2018 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Pumpkins and more

    Ah, Thanksgiving. A day to consume food, visit with friends and/or family, and maybe watch some football, before taking an enormous nap. Or maybe that’s just us. If you’d rather spend your Thanksgiving curled up with some good stories, look no further! We’ve collected a few stories about food and family for your reading...

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    Young Reader’s Day

    by  • November 13, 2018 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Children with a book

    The second Tuesday in November is Young Reader’s Day, and we’re celebrating with some recommendations from the MSJ back catalog for stories that are appropriate to share with young readers in your life! “The Day I Saved the Science Fair” by Alyssa N. Vaughn (a charming story of a young woman who would rather study...

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    What to read on Halloween

    by  • October 30, 2018 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Jack o' Lanterns

    Some people have Halloween plans, but others might prefer staying home and reading some creepy stories. If you’re one of those people, you’ve come to the right place. (And if you aren’t one of those people, but know someone who is, point them over here!) We’re taking a quick jaunt in our time machine...

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