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Kaleidotrope - Issue 8 - April 2010
Edited by Fred Coppersmith
Review by Sam Tomaino
Date: 26 April 2010

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That eclectic magazine Kaleidotrope is back with issue #8 and stories by Therese Arkenberg, Terrie Leigh Relf, David McGillveray, C. Groover, Rochita Loenen-Ruiz, Will Kaufman, Rob Hunter, Peta Jinnath Andersen, Kevin Brown, Paul Abbamondi, Kathleen J. Stowe, Fred Warren, Simon Petrie, Jeff Soesbe, and Benjamin Smith.

From official release/information:

Kaleidotrope – Issue 8 – April 2010
P.O. Box 25, Carle Place, NY 11514
Subscriptions - $5 per issue, $18 for four issues ($28 international)

Table of Contents:
Harmony by Therese Arkenberg
le souper a la maison d'ombres by Terrie Leigh Relf
Away from the Window by David McGillveray
A Descent into a Maelstrom" by C. Groover
Mouse and I by Rochita Loenen-Ruiz
Eris Sinks Pluto by Will Kaufman
The Beewolf by Rob Hunter
The Jar by Peta Jinnath Andersen
Invisible Bullets by Kevin Brown
More’s the Pity by Paul Abbamondi
The Usherette by Kathleen J. Stowe
The Silver Tree by Fred Warren
The Speed of Heavy by Simon Petrie
Visiting the Ladies Room Exhibit at the Human Museum by Jeff Soesbe
A Capricious Disposition by Benjamin Smith
Two Poems by dan smith
Ghost Cats by William Doreski
Holes by Marcie Lynn Tentchoff
Three Limericks by Camille Alexa
Two Poems by Mari Ness
If Snow White Were a Cyborg by Susan Slaviero
Medusa on the Half Shel" by Brian Rosenberger
Man of 1000 Faces by Alec Kowalczyk
I Met God at Benihana's by Phil Estes
The Humanity of Nonhumans in Eraserhead by C.J. Arellano

(Source: Kaleidotrope)

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