It’s true that Space Squid is all about the paper. There’s something about a truly archaic medium, covered in patina, toner smudges, and off-center stapling. But you know how kids are these days. They want their digital zines so they can read their sci-fi on their walkman or whatever they’re calling it these days.
That’s why we have made a reasonably downloadable version of Space Squid #10 in a Portable Document Format (PDF). Just click this hyperlinked anchor text, and your net browser will do the rest.
All of our issues are amazing of course, but this might be the best one yet. Celebrating the bizarro literary movement, this issue features the works of Karl A. Fischer, J. M. McDermott, and our cover model, Fred Stanton.