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Apex Magazine Issue 69, February 2015
Edited by Sigrid Ellis & Jason Sizemore
Cover Artist: Loika
Review by Sam Tomaino
Apex Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 2157-1406
Date: 24 February 2015

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Number 69 of Apex Magazine has new stories by Damien Angelica Walters, Lisa L. Hannett, Mary E. Lowd, Rhoads Brazos and Susan Jane Bigelow, reprints of a stories by Fran Wilde and Brian Keene, poems by Leslie J. Anderson, John Philip Johnson & Salvatore B. Lombard and Michelle Muenzler, and other features.

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Apex Magazine Issue 69, February 2015

Table of Contents:
Words From the Editor-in-Chief by Jason Sizemore
Original: Requiem, for Solo Cello by Damien Angelica Walters
Original: Heirloom Pieces by Lisa L. Hannett
Original: Foreknowledge by Mary E. Lowd
Original: Inhale by Rhoads Brazos
Original: The Best Little Cleaning Robot in All of Faerie by Susan Jane Bigelow
Reprint: The Topaz Marquise by Fran Wilde (Originally published in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, July 2-14, 2014)
Reprint: A Revolution of One by Brian Keene (Originally published in Blood Spattered and Politically Incorrect, Cemetary Dance, 2010)
Supposedly True (but Probably Not, and That's OK) Weird Tales by Ed Grabianowski Interview with Brian Keene by Andrea Johnson
Interview with Loika by Russell Dickerson
Clavis Aurea: A Review of Short Fiction by Charlotte Ashley
Werewolf's Aubade by Leslie J. Anderson
Second Mouth by John Philip Johnson & Salvatore B. Lombard
what we eat when by Michelle Muenzler
The Lost Level by Brian Keene

(Source: Apex Magazine)

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