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Our Game of Thrones-y Radio Play from Armadillocon

We decided it was time to do some instant radio theater for this summer's Armadillocon. The concept was that we'd write a funny half-hour radio play, heavy on Game of Thrones and AD&D jokes, post it as an event in

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Story Readings and LINT THE MOVIE

Squid fans, this Sunday is a choice story reading squidtivity at Austin's Salvage Vanguard Theater. We'll be reading very short stories and the Church of the Friendly Ghost folks will be showing the new documentary LINT THE MOVIE, about the life

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Your Holiday Gift: Rarrrgg Part 1

Happy holidays, Squid Nation! We bring you a little tale of zombie love from our talented friend Nicky Drayden. Part one of a three-part tale, illustrated and read by the author. Enjoy...! Update: Nicky's a little busy with child-rearing and a

Posted in Funny Photos, Funny Stories, Scifi, Scifi Short Story Readings, Space Squid News

Austinites, Meet Your Nemesis!

Just a quick alert that The Intergalactic Nemesis is coming back for ONE show, January 8 at the Long Center, before kicking off a tour of the Midwest.

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Shadowheart Preview: Tad Williams’ Newest

Fantasy readers, we've got a special Thanksgiving preview surprise for you -- a reading of an preview from Tad Williams' new (and final) book in the Shadowmarch series.

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