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Icarus:

Icarus Spring 2012

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Published by:
Lethe Press
Published:
3/21/2012
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
52 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Gay & Lesbian
Tags:
gay, glbt, horror, lgbt, paranormal, queer, science fiction, SCI-FI, spec fic, Speculative fiction

In this issue, the finale of Scot D. Ryersson’s Victorian-era dark fantasy novella, “The Arsenic Flower,” will not disappoint; our handsome friend across the pond, James Bennett, offers readers a story of fate and regret dealt to the man in “Half Light House”; Alex Jeffers provides the next installment in his cycle of tales about the fey teen Liam’s coming-of-age struggles in “Liam and His Dads”; a frustrated writer on a lonely drive is haunted by a voice “On the Radio” by Warren Rochelle; and, in honor of our gorgeous cover android, there's a story from Lethe Press publisher Steve Berman involving teenage boys and robots. Plus all our usual sweets—reviews, gossip, and Tom Cardamone’s column on forgotten gay books.

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