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Autumn 2009

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Lethe Press
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
52 pages Saddle-stitched
Gay & Lesbian
fantasy, gay, Halloween, horror, science fiction, writing

Our Halloween 2009 issue of Icarus offers a science-fiction tale set in a futuristic San Francisco by Alex Jeffers, a vampire paying a late visit to a conservative Republican senator in Jeff Mann's tale, and Stoker-Award winner Lee Thomas has an excerpt from his forthcoming short story collection; there's poetry about the perfect undead husband by Chad Helder; Paul Tremblay antagonizes... no, he interviews Lee Thomas about his recent work; and, of course, there are cartoons, snarky as well as wise reviews, gossip, and so much more. This issue of Icarus is better than a slice of pumpkin pie.

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