After some technical delay, we finally have all four collections of Mad Scientist Journal available on Amazon! I’m hoping that breaking into the Amazon market will help offset the costs of operation. Even if you have no interest in buying … Continue reading
With a story on the first and a new collection to launch as well, I figured I’d wait until today to give the numbers behind the magic.
I was going to launch yesterday, but I didn’t want to steal the thunder of Monday’s story. So now I can say: Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2012 is now available on Smashwords! In addition to the last three months of fiction, … Continue reading
Posted in Administrative
Tagged Adam Israel, Andy Brown, Ash Krafton, Christos Callow Jr., Darren Goossens, Django Mathijsen, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Gary Cuba, Jack N. Waddell, Jeffery Scott Sims, Justine McGreevy, Katie Nyborg, Kyle Yadlosky, M. Bennardo, Nathaniel K. Miller, Paul Williams, Pimping, R.G. Summers, Rebecca L. Brown, Spring 2012, Summer 2012, Virginia M. Mohlere
After some delay, I finally present to you Mad Scientist Journal: Spring 2012.
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Tagged Abigail Figg, Anonymous Journalist, Ari Ascher, Biology, Cryptozoology, D.K. Snape, Davin Ireland, Dawn Vogel, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Elizabeth Haraldson, Fantasy, Genetic Engineering, Ghosts, Hadron Collider, Horror, Humor, James Ford, Jeremy Zimmerman, Joshua Michael Rideout, Kathryn Board, Katie Nyborg, Logan Merritt, Mark Andrew Edwards, Nathaniel K. Miller, Odile Pyotrova, Pimping, Pyotr Ilyich Begichev, Quarterly, Rosemary Jones, Samantha Higson, Science Fiction, Scientific Paper, Space Travel, Spring 2012, Suzanne van Rooyen, Thomas Canfield, Time Travel, Torrey Podmajersky, Unicorns, Virgil Ther
An essay by Abigail Figg, presented by Kathryn Board Illustration by Katie Nyborg. “Abigail, I think I just caught a ghost!” Only one person on Earth would call me at five o’clock in the morning. And that one person was … Continue reading