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A Different Kind of Dillocon This Time

Young cephalopods, your erstwhile Squid editors are preparing feverishly for the upcoming Armadillocon this weekend. Not only will they be participating in the usual panels, workshops, and readings*, but they'll also be bringing you a very different Space Squid issue.

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Editor D's 2011 Armadillocon Films

These are the films I showed at Armadillocon 2011. Please help me thank the filmmakers by contacting your favorites with some feedback! Quasar Hernandez by the Zellner Brothers A Family X-mas by Warren Eig Prey Alone by Saint & Mather

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Squid Review: Unstuck, Issue 1

Unstuck is an Austin non-profit fiction journal that aims to collect short stories together into an annual edition of the surreal, fantastic, and futuristic. The first issue has 21 short stories, 5 poems, and 1 non-fiction essay. The first thing

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A Tentacle-Teaser: Technicolor Ultra Mall

A story clawing to escape the mass media that ensnares it, Ryan Oakley's Technicolor Ultra Mall is a dystopian tour de force that will baffle and incite you in a spiral of emotions that haunt this seemingly all-but-human world. Resisting

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Margaret Atwood Takes Our Advice

In case you hadn't heard the news, Margaret Atwood has launched her own Sci-Fi magazine called Loquacious Cephalopod. Now that Maggie has entered the fray of short fiction publication, we've already begun negotiations to merge our two organizations. After all,

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