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Icarus Magazine Issue 5: 08/29/10
At the start of the month I was offered a chance to review issue five of Icarus Magazine. It is a quarterly magazine featuring gay speculative fiction. A single issue costs $13 and a year's subscription costs $50. Electronic issues cost $6.99.
The issue I read had stories by Julian Lopez, Hal Duncan, Alex Jeffers, and a poem by Jerome Stueart. By far my favorite piece of "The Mariachi's Serenade" by Julian Lopez. I'm a sucker for a well told ghost story. But all the stories were interesting and made for a lovely afternoon of reading.
The magazine also has reviews, news and interviews.
Right now my finances are up in the air thanks to me going back to school and my husband starting a new job. If things were settled, I would get myself a subscription.