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Tag Archives: Submissions
From now until October 23rd, we will be accepting submissions for our fictional classified ads. The idea behind these is that they are classified ads from the world of mad science, which appear exclusively in our quarterlies. For submission details, … Continue reading
Mad Scientist Journal will be closing to general submissions on September 30th, 2015, and will re-open January 1st, 2016. There will be a special call for submissions during our period of closure, but otherwise we won’t be taking any submissions … Continue reading
After a few months of hiatus, we are once again opening our doors to submissions! Not only will we be accepting standard submissions, but we also have a special call for submissions for stories that will be exclusive to our … Continue reading
We’re a little more than half way through our funding period for our Kickstarter, and we’ve passed the 80% mark in terms of backers. Assuming nothing goes wrong, we will be opening for submissions for the anthology starting March 1st … Continue reading
After a three month hiatus, we’re opening the new year by re-opening submissions. Not only are we back to accepting regular stories, but for the month of January we’re also accepting submissions exclusive to our quarterly magazine. This includes flash … Continue reading
Starting October 1st, Mad Scientist Journal will be closed to submissions for the remainder of the year. The zine will continue to operate as normal. Since the next few months are always a little crazy, and we’ve almost reached our limit of the … Continue reading
Hello mad scientists! We are once again looking for fictional classified ads from the world of mad scientists to run in an upcoming quarterly. Submissions should be 100-500 words in length, and may have multiple classifieds totaling up to that … Continue reading
We are once again looking for people to provide questions for our “Ask a Mad Scientist” column that appears in our quarterly. If your question is used in a column, you receive a free copy of that quarterly, and will be … Continue reading
With July behind us, we have now re-opened to submissions. Click here for Submission Guidelines.