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Apex Magazine Issue 62, July 2014
Edited by Sigrid Ellis
Cover Artist: Ashley MacKenzie
Review by Sam Tomaino
Apex Magazine eZine Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 21571406201407
Date: 24 July 2014

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Number 62 of Apex Magazine has new stories by Laura Davy, Victor Fernando R. Ocampo and Gillian Conahan, reprints of stories by Jon Singer and Benjanun Sriduangkaew, poems by Melanie Rees, Anne Carly Abad, Rose Lemburg, and Neile Graham and other features.

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Apex Magazine Issue 62, July 2014

Table of Contents:

Resolute: Notes from the Apex Editor-in-Chief by Sigrid Ellis
Original: The Food in the Basement by Laura Davy
Original: Blessed Are the Hungry by Victor Fernando R. Ocampo
Original: Insurrection in Silk by Gillian Conahan
Reprint: Willow Pattern by Jon Singer (originally published in Interfictions: An Anthology of Interstitial Writing, April 2007)
Reprint: Courtship in the Country of Machine-Gods by Benjanun Sriduangkaew (originally published in The Future Fire, 2012 )
Interview with Victor Fernando R. Ocampo by Andrea Johnson
We Are Comics: A Visual Message for a Visual Medium by Rachel Edidin
Interview with Ashley MacKenzie by Loraine Sammy
Clavis Aurea: A Review of Short Fiction by Charlotte Ashley
Sentience is watching a sunset by Melanie Rees
The First Stone by Anne Carly Abad
Baba Yaga Tries to Donate Money by Rose Lemberg
Cairn by Dark by Cairn by Neile Graham
The Key to the Realms: Book II of the Dream Stewards by Roberta Trahan
The Enceladus Crisis: Book II of the Daedalus Series by Michael J. Martinez

(Source: Apex Magazine)

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