Tag Archives: Nathan Crowder

Review of Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias

by Nathan Crowder I grew up in the great American Southwest, in a town on the fringes of the desert where street names were just as likely to be in Spanish as English. I had friends and neighbors with names … Continue reading

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An Interview with Nathan Crowder

Author Nathan Crowder is an MSJ alum, who has had stories included in previous anthologies and the magazine. Now he’s back for Battling in All Her Finery with “Swing That Axe,” which we’re talking to him about today. DV: Tell us … Continue reading

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Dummy

An essay by Curtis Hale, as provided by Nathan Crowder Art by Luke Spooner The detective paced the room, making a great show of looking over my arrest report, but it was the ventriloquist dummy in the rumpled blue suit … Continue reading

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Review of Of Rooks & Ravens by Nathan Crowder

Of Rooks & Ravens (Razorgirl Press, 2017) by MSJ alum Nathan Crowder is the story of a reawakened god and the havoc she wreaks on a town of necromancers and their undead hordes. It involves political intrigue, navigating unknown cultures, … Continue reading

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Mad Scientist Returns to Cobalt City

Nathan Crowder, who has contributed to a couple of our anthologies, has released a new ebook set in his super hero setting! Cobalt City: Ties that Bind features vigilantes Velvet and Bantam delving into the darkest part of the underworld to … Continue reading

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Review of Ink Calls to Ink by Nathan Crowder

A review by Dawn Vogel Nathan Crowder’s newest book, Ink Calls to Ink (2015, CHBB Publishing), is a departure from the horror stories and super hero fiction he has written in the past. Fictional Personae, characters from many of the … Continue reading

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Table of Contents for Selfies from the End of the World

The contracts have been signed and money has been sent out. Here is the list of stories that will appear in the book, organized by author first name! Where possible, we’ve linked to their websites. Alexis J. Reed – “The … Continue reading

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New Books by Mad Scientists

Two of the Mad Scientist family have new books available for your reading enjoyment. First, Nathan Crowder returns to his Cobalt City setting with his new book, Cobalt City: Los Muertos. Then co-editor Dawn Vogel shares a tale of Greek … Continue reading

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Let’s Take a Moment to Celebrate

We’re halfway through our funding period, and we’ve met our first stretch goal. Thank you all for joining us on this wild ride. To celebrate, I thought I’d highlight another author and give you guys a video review of his … Continue reading

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Another Glimpse at Our Looming Kickstarter

We’re four days away from launching the Kickstarter for That Ain’t Right: Historical Accounts of the Miskatonic Valley, so here’s another glimpse at what we have in store for you. (And if you missed our earlier post, it is here.) … Continue reading

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