April 22, 2016
Is Shakespeare Dead? Or is he still a living Will?

This month marks the quadricentennial of the Bard’s death. And many Bardolators (Shakespeare worshippers, and I am one of them) lament that the legacy of Willie Wigglestaff (slang for “William Shakespeare”) is also dying.

By Richard Lederer
February 11, 2016
Mensa International Photographer of the Year 2016
Mensa International Photographer of the Year 2016

The art of photography is an area where Mensans from more than 50 countries with different languages, customs and traditions can converge with a single, visual language. Use your creativity, skills, and technical expertise to produce your entry in this year’s PhotoCup competition.

January 19, 2016
Comic Book Heroics — Mensan leads effort to preserve key American comics
Comic Book Heroics — Mensan leads effort to preserve key American comics

To date, the Q-Collection Comic Book Preservation Project has collected some 225 key American comic books published between 1933 and 1972. Inside, you'll find a sample of some of their most noteworthy titles.

January 5, 2016
Send Us Your Best Fiction
Send Us Your Best Fiction

Submit your best unpublished work or works of short fiction to be considered for September's special fiction edition of the Bulletin.

My Digital Memory

After sustaining a traumatic brain injury in an auto accident, Thomas Dixon was forced to record new experiences, one tweet at a time, lest he forget about them forever.

By Thomas Dixon, Illustrations by Tim Ogline