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Fiction: Claridge of the Klondike

An essay by Euphemia Thorniwork, as provided by Judith Field Art by Leigh Legler London, 1898 The Solicitor took Father’s will from the hand of an automaton standing next to the desk. He waved the machine away and began reading. … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Steampunk Mad Science Fair Coming to Steamposium!

If you plan to attend Steamposium in Seattle October 27-29, you may want to check out their Mad Science Fair! If you’re a maker, there’s still time to enter the science fair, too! We at Mad Scientist Journal just found out … Continue reading

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Steam & Hot Air

An essay by Tom Hetson, as provided by Zach Bartlett Art by Errow Collins The Pneumatic Chron-Accurate Reminder Siren mounted on our front porch let out two harsh trills in rapid succession, signaling lunchtime. We wondered how it managed to … Continue reading

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The Heart’s Engine

An essay by Richard Gentry, as provided by R. Scott Shanks, Jr. Art by Leigh Legler I am not mad. Altered, certainly, as who would not be in my profession? Who would not be, having seen the things I have … Continue reading

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Escapement, or The Contemporary Coppelius

An essay by Euphemia Thorniwork, as provided by Judith Field Art by Ariel Alian Wilson London, November 1888 Two days after Uncle Eric’s funeral, there was another murder in Whitechapel. I am ashamed to admit that I felt relief at … Continue reading

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Harnessing Hotters

A speech by Professor Wilbur Wilkinson-Grauss, as provided by George Nikolopoulos Art by Leigh Legler Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen, I sincerely wish to thank you for inviting me to speak here at the Royal Geographical Society. I am going … Continue reading

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A Few Simple Instructions Regarding the Proper Methods of Weather Control

A Public Letter by Professor Aldous Vogelsong, as provided by Antonio Urias Art by Leigh Legler Since its publication last spring, Agnes Blackmore’s A Few Simple Instructions Regarding the Proper Methods of Weather Control has caused a great deal of … Continue reading

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The Eversible Antarctic Sky – Part Two

An essay by Desmond Ashmore, as provided by James Hanson Art by Luke Spooner Click here for Part One! May 25th, 1863 I have been vindicated by my machine, which was unfortunately audible for the better part of three days … Continue reading

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The Eversible Antarctic Sky – Part One

An essay by Desmond Ashmore, as provided by James Hanson Art by Leigh Legler January 26th, 1875, At Sea The purpose of our expedition as stated in our charter is twofold: to determine the ultimate fate of Baxendell’s expedition of … Continue reading

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We Shall Make Monsters

An extract from the papers of Professor D. E. Balcass, as provided by Mark Patrick Lynch Art by Leigh Legler First Published in Nature Medical Experimentation, 2237, as part of the “Clones In Exploitation” season, later broadcast on the BBC … Continue reading

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