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Summer 2011

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Lethe Press
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
52 pages Saddle-stitched
Gay & Lesbian
gay, genre news, horror, sci fi, spec fic, spec fic news, Speculative fiction, Whimsical

This issue features a voice well familiar to devoted readers: the always impressive and versatile (or so we hear) Hal Duncan pays gay homage to one of the most well-known films ever, Casablanca. Award-winning poet Geoffrey A. Landis must have known my fondness for daikaijū. A devoted servant to the heir of the throne is tested in British author Nyki Blatchley’s story. Kristopher Reisz’s tale of urban fae and the pain of a real “lost and found” is…well, memorable. And to prove we love science fiction as much as we do the fantastical and horrific, we’re pleased to publish Michael C. Thompson’s story of obsession + black holes = “Aldo.”

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