The goal for this e-zine is to publish “scientific papers” by mad scientists. Or, at least, fiction that could be loosely considered such. We are willing to consider any fiction that is told from within a fictional world. This can be first person from the point of view of the scientist, someone who has witnessed these events, fictional newspaper articles, or even scientific papers about pseudoscience. We are willing to take almost any genre for this: humor, SF, fantasy, horror, paranormal romance, urban fantasy, pulp adventure. All we ask is that it be well written and fit within the needs of this e-zine. Gratuitous anything that doesn’t add to the story is discouraged. Reprints will be considered. We accept multiple submissions, but not simultaneous submissions.
If your story is accepted, we ask that you provide a fictional identity as the source of the article, with bio. Authors will still be credited under their own name. We just want to maintain the atmosphere of “scientific journal.” So, for example, your story might be “An Examination into the Giant Albino Fire Moles” by Professor Higglepiggle, as provided by Joe M. Author.
We currently are publishing a new short story every week on the site. We will collect them on a quarterly basis into an ebook with some additional content exclusive to the ebook, with a possible annual collection as well.
This statistical information is an aggregation of submission data provided by our members. The more data we have the more accurate our
numbers will be so please be sure to log all of your submissions here and not just your rejections or acceptances.
There are 30 completed reports in the past 12 months.
Averages and Boundaries:
1 min | 15.83 mean avg | 12 median | 48 max days
60.00% - avg 15 days
40.00% - avg 16 days(8.33% of rejections are personal)
1 pending responses (19 min | 19 mean avg | 19 median | 19 max days waiting) Note: pending statistics may skew high if some users neglect their data. We recommend querying after the time the market suggests to query.