An essay by William Considine, as provided by Thomas Canfield Art by Errow Collins The month Liam entered the fourth grade, I got called into a parents-teacher conference at the school. I pretty much knew what to expect by then. … Continue reading
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
If you enjoyed last week’s story provided by MSJ contributor Thomas Canfield, then you will be pleased to know that he has two more new pieces out that you can read. UK podcast Cast of Wonders provides an audio version of … Continue reading
An essay by an anonymous bioethicist, presented by Thomas Canfield Illustration by Katie Nyborg March 11, 2117. Mark that date in your calendar. That was the day the first client in a state of cryostasis was revived. There were only … Continue reading