This anthology collects the first three months of Mad Scientist Journal in one book. In addition to new exclusive fiction by Emily C. Skaftun and flash fiction classified ads, this book includes tales by Jeffery Scott Sims, Adam Israel, Ash Krafton, M. Bennardo, Gary Cuba, Christos Callow, Jr., Darren Goossens, Paul Williams, Jack N. Waddell, Kyle Yadlosky, Nathaniel K. Miller, Django Mathijsen, Andy Brown, Rebecca L. Brown, R.G. Summers, and Virginia M. Mohlere. Art by Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Justine McGreevy, and Katie Nyborg.
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|Title of Science Fiction eBook: Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2012|
|Release Date: 09-25-2012|
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Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2012
An essay by Leonard Smok, as presented by Jeffery Scott Sims Photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett
In this latest edition of "Weird Case Files" we consider the curious new book, just published by Starfire Press, entitled Holobiologia: Unlocking the Ultimate Secrets of Life. This largish volume, by one Anton Vorchek, Professor of something-or-other, purports to be the latest entry in the "life, the universe, and everything" contest, and seems to be making quite a splash in certain fringe circles. The book has not yet received wide distribution but, if it should do so, may excite the fantasies of die-hard true believers everywhere. As always, this is a pity, for despite some more than usually imaginative elements, Vorchek's work is merely another contribution to the pseudoscientific literature of the abnormal and the hypernormal....