Review: Icarus volume 6: The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction

Icarus volume 6: The Magazine of Gay Speculative FictionIcarus volume 6: The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction by Steve Berman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Fall 2010: Halloween is coming. Store shelves are filled with objets d’autumn and jack o’lanterns. The air is cooling and mornings are darker. Trees are stripping bare. There’s the rushing sound of fallen leaves swirling through deserted streets. Don’t be afraid to turn the pages that follow. We have a naughty infamous bogeyman, trips gone awry, Norse poems and boys that haunt in this issue of Icarus. So turn down all the lights but one.

Stories by Thomas Fuchs, Jeff Mann, Viet Dinh, Troy Carlyle, Kelly McQuain; interview with Robert Duncan.

To review is posted over at Three Dollar Bill Reviews HERE!

 

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