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This special issue collects the best of our web-published stories from 2016 to 2017. Sixteen FULL COLOR pages in a unique 5.5 x 8.5 format with a gorgeous retro Barbarella-style cover by Jody Zung, featuring model Adrienne Sparks. Contributions from…

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This special issue collects the best of our web-published stories from 2015 to 2016 plus a special print-only story from Kelly Luce, author of Pull Me Under. Twenty-four FULL COLOR pages in a unique 5.5 x 8.5 format. Contributions from…

Squid Grrrl: Joyce Print run: 1255 Notes: First color cover. Sponsored by Gamecock and the Mushroom Men game for the Wii. Produced for Armadillocon. "Electric Fantastiphone" is a highlight. Also includes our Dark Knight movie parody, "Knight of Clubs." Stories:…

Spring 2008 Squid Grrrl: Chloe Warnock Print run: 600(?) Notes: First free issue. Special Nebula Awards in Austin issue. Stories: "The World’s Most Dangerous Animal Ever" by David Alexander Mulis "Men Are from Mars, Women Are Intravenous" by Eric M.…

(aka Vol 2, Issue 1) Summer 2007 Squid Grrrl: Nedra Frangelico Print run: 400(?) Notes: The first issue that we actually printed out on our free craigslist copier, Sanjay2, saving a truly massive amount of cash. Layout by Natalie Ferguson.…

(aka Vol 1, Issue 3) Fall 2006 Squid Grrrl: Teal Day Print run: 400(?), Office Depot Notes: World Fantasy Issue. First appearance of regular contributor Derek J. Goodman. Wildly embarrassing copy-editing mistake means that many copies have Ryan Oakley’s name…

(aka Vol 1, Issue 2) Summer 2006 Squid Grrrl: Corina Frankie Print run: 300(?), Office Depot Notes: First appearance of the wildly popular funpage. Glossiest black and white cover we ever had. We’ve since been informed that there is no…

(aka Vol 1, Issue 1) Summer 2005 Squid Grrrl: Cecil Clorox Print run: 400, all commercially done Notes: Matte black and white all the way through. Clearly a first effort, but with many notable contributions. Priced at $2, but nearly…

 

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