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Kaleidotrope Issue 7 - October 2009
Edited by Fred Coppersmith
Cover Artist: Kurt Kirchmeier
Review by Sam Tomaino
Date: 29 October 2009

Links: Kaleidotrope / Show Article /

That eclectic magazine Kaleidotrope is back with issue #7 and stories by Lindsay Duncan, Bill Ward, C.L. Holland, and others.

From official release/information:

Kaleidotrope Issue 7 October 2009
P.O. Box 25, Carle Place, NY 11514
Subscriptions - $5 per issue, $18 for four issues ($28 international)

Table of Contents:

    Remember by Lindsey Duncan
    Albatross Ghostsby Joanne Anderton
    How Antkind Lost its Soul by Bill Ward
    The Beekeepers by J. Alan Pierce
    Fortune by Alberto Chimal
    The Vigilant by Jason Hinchcliffe
    Please Share My Umbrella by Jean Huets
    The Clay Men by C.L. Holland
    Lock and Key by Alyssa Fowers
    Chamberlain McLaverty by Sean Ruane
    Duma of the Valley Kifaru by A. Kiwi Courters
    Intuo by Dale Carothers
    What Bear Skull Holder Taught Me by Jeffrey Meyer
    To Put Away Childish Things by Aaron A. Polson
    Star Over Babylon by John Walters
    Horseshoe by Stacy Sinclair
        Marbles by David C. Kopaska-Merkel

        Two Poems by klipshutz
        My Friend, the Sculptor by Terrie Leigh Relf
        Sligo by Oritsegbemi Emmanuel Jakpa
        Flickering She by Berrien C. Henderson
        Cower by Aurelio Rico Lopez III
        Speaking to Socrates by Rhian Waller
        Nostalgia by Marcie Lynn Tentchoff
        Cover by Kurt Kirchmeier
        Insta-Baby by Tom Powers & Amanda Banaszewski
        Talking to Your Parents by Erica Hildebrand

      (Source: Kaleidotrope)

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