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Kaleidotrope - Issue 13 - Fall 2011
Edited by Fred Coppersmith
Cover Artist: Donovan Reid
Review by Sam Tomaino
Kaleidotrope Magazine  
Date: 25 November 2011

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This issue Kaleidotrope is #13. Their last as a print magazine (they will continue as an electronic magazine) with stories by Forrest Aguirre, Alisa Golden, Paul Abbamondi, S.L. Nickerson, Daniel LeMoal, Josh Pearce, K.R. Hager, Eirik Gumney, Anne Michaud, Jacob Edwards, Kimberly Todd Wade, Chris Gauthier, Joseph Robert, Kyle Hemmings, Simon Kewin, Daniel W. Davis, Julie Rosenthal, Jenny Blackford, Richard D. Findlay, and Christoph Bahnsen, and poems by Christa A. Bergerson, Michelle Scalise, Peter Branson, Suzanne Sykora, Jim Davis, Marina Lee Sable, and Alexandra Seidel, along with the usual hilarious horoscopes.

From official release/information:

Kaleidotrope Issue 13 Fall 2011
P.O. Box 25, Carle Place, NY 11514
Subscriptions - $5 per issue (US/Canada), $8 (International), $2.99 (E-Book)

Table if Contents:
The Flowering Cage by Forrest Aguirre
The Sleeping Book by Alisa Golden
Great Clerks of Necromancy by Paul Abbamondi
The Crocus and the Clock Tower by S.L. Nickerson
Godfrey's Zoo by Daniel LeMoal
The Printer Repairman by Josh Pearce
Haphazarding the Future by K.R. Hager
Too Close to the Sun by Eirik Gumney
PHOS by Anne Michaud
Pronouncement by Jacob Edwards
Space Out of Time by Kimberly Todd Wade
The Soft March by Chris Gauthier
Best Taste by Joseph Robert
Walrus and Blue Dream by Kyle Hemmings
The One Thousand, One Hundred, and Eleven Gates to Faerie by Simon Kewin.
Raising the Drowned" by Daniel W. Davis
The Butterfly Husband and Wife by Julie Rosenthal
The Head in the Goatskin Bag by Jenny Blackford
Genevieve by Richard D. Findlay
The Night it Snowed Octopuses by Christoph Bahnsen
The Hermit's Ascent by Christa A. Bergerson
Evil Enchantments by Song by Michelle Scalise
Ghosts by Peter Branson
Great Caesar's Blood by Suzanne Sykora
Two Poems by Jim Davis
Two Poems by Marina Lee Sable
Two Poems by Alexandra Seidel


(Source: Kaleidotrope)

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