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Kaleidotrope - Issue 6 - April 2009
Edited by Fred Coppersmith
Cover Artist: Creighton Matthews
Review by Sam Tomaino
Kaleidotrope  
Date: 21 May 2009

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Kaleidotrope #6 is here with stories by Mark Rich, Ward Crockett, Eric Stever, Heather Clitheroe, Joshua Landers, Beth Hudson, Simon Petrie, Casey Fiesler, Shannon Anthony, Carolyn Watson, Rachel Swirsky, Katy Wimhurst, Carol K. Howell and Kurt Kirchmeier.

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Kaleidotrope Issue 6 April 2009
P.O. Box 25, Carle Place, NY 11514
Subscriptions - $5 per issue, $18 for four issues ($28 international)
Table of Contents
Fiction:

    The Tenant by Mark Rich
    Louis Jazz, Son of God by Ward Crockett
    Malkazaar's Food & Beverage Department by Eric Stever
    Replicate Fade by Heather Clitheroe
    To the Body by Joshua Landers
    House Call by Beth Hudson
    Single Handed by Simon Petrie
    Evil Sleeps in Pink Pajamas by Casey Fiesler
    The Eye of the Beheader by Shannon Anthony
    Little Precious by Carolyn Watson
    The Art of Biting by Rachel Swirsky
    The Almost-Adventures of Immaculada Footstool by Katy Wimhurst
    Passion Play by Carol K. Howell
    Dust to Dust by Kurt Kirchmeier
Poetry:
    We Killed the Morale Officer on Sweetest Day by Matt Betts
    Julian's Brides by Kristine Ong Muslim
    A Voice Not Her Own by Jason Heller
    Uninvited Guest by G.O. Clark
    Wizard Fight on Sixth Street by Nicky Drayden
    Twenty Third Century Research Grant by klipschutz
    Field of Passion by Sergio Ortiz
    Pommes frites by Michael Estabrook
    Justifiable Ecocide by R.A. Allen
    Rain Angel by Thomas Zimmerman
    Morning in the Scrapyard by Beth Langford
Nonfiction
Horoscopes
Contributors
Artwork
Creighton Matthews (cover); Joe Eden,Rose Bordett, Amy Law, Mark Anthony Nunez, Sophie Johnson

(Source: Kaleidotrope)

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