Thursday, June 30, 2016

In the Beginning

The Space Alien Gazette began publication with three issues produced on DOS-based "newsletter" software containing lots of "clip art,"  and later converted to PDF files.  They were never before available on today's Internet.  

These three issues are pasted below, and here are some links that may work as well!

(Use the back arrow to return to this page).

Or from the Document Cloud (this one is larger and will be easier to read):

(If you are not able to "click and go," just copy and paste one of these links into a browser, and once again use back arrow to return.)  


Editor's Note: I am still working on getting these files to come up reliably with the pdf link.  But you may also see these first three issues of the Space Alien Gazette here!  


Sunday, June 19, 2016

A Renewed Publication -- Because In Space No One Can Hear You Giggle!

This distinguished occasional periodical, first published in 1987, now returns to edify and amaze its readers.

The first three posts -- very primitive DOS productions -- are reprinted on these pages under the heading "In the Beginning."   

We like to hear from our readers. Please contact your editor using the box on the sidebar if you have constructive ideas to
contribute.   Snide remarks will be ignored.

The Space Alien often transmits reports through a complex quantum teleportation mechanism while traveling through space at unbelievable speeds.   

Therefore, an earthbound scribe is required to convert these transmissions to forms comprehensible by those earthbound. Joan Levin is honored to be entrusted with this important task.

You may now access the Space Alien Gazette directly via  or 
or even (in Canada).

The Space Alien wishes all Loyal Readers well and hopes you enjoy these reports!