Icarus, Issue 10 Steve Berman et al.
Icarus: The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction presents stories and features for Fall 2011. A fairy boy confronts a human crush in Alex Jeffers’s “Liam and the Ordinary Boy.” James Bennett tells… More
Icarus: 4 issue subscription Steve Berman
Icarus is closed to new subscribers and will end publication with issue 18. Existing subscriptions will be fulfilled as usual.
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Icarus 13: The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction Steve Berman et al.
Summer 2012: The Summer of 2012 burns with new fiction by award-winning authors exploring the passion of the Fey:… More
Icarus, Issue 9 Steve Berman et al.
The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction. Summer 2011 issue: The always impressive and versatile (or so we hear) Hal Duncan pays gay homage to one of the most well-known films ever, Casablanca. Award-winning poet Geoffrey… More
Icarus 18 Fall/Winter 2013 et al.
Fall and winter, when the world begins to sleep. Featuring stories by Molly Tanzer, James K. Moran, J. Daniel Stone, Ray Cluley, with a farewell letter from Steve Berman in this final double issue of Icarus with more content… More
Icarus 17: Summer 2013 Steve Berman et al.
What we do have for your viewing in Icarus 17 are several new stories: Christine Morgan’s “Masque of the Rue Paule,” is a clever pastiche of drag culture with a touch of the macabre; Nathan Tavares uses one of… More
Icarus 16: Spring 2013 Steve Berman et al.
A fine collection of authors, all new to the pages of Icarus: Sam J. Miller, one of the fresh new voices in gay speculative fiction, offers a phone call one cannot refuse in “The Country of Dead Voices”; one of Edgar … More
Icarus 11 Steve Berman et al.
Our Winter 2011 issue features a chilling Victorian tale of revenge from Scot D. Ryersson, a weird tale of transformation by Rodello Santos & Damon Shaw, and a dystopian science-fiction story by Thomas Carl Sweterlitschan.… More
Icarus 12 Steve Berman et al.
In this issue, the finale of Scot D. Ryersson’s Victorian-era dark fantasy novella, “The Arsenic Flower,” will not disappoint; our handsome friend across the pond, James Bennett, offers readers a story of fate… More
Icarus 14: The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction Steve Berman et al.
Fall 1012: Icarus 14, like the season of autumn, is more than storytelling around campfires and within the confines of attic bedrooms, but we DO have great stories by Alex Jeffers, Hal Duncan, David Pratt, and Guy Mark… More
Icarus 15: Winter 2012-13 Steve Berman et al.
Winter has arrived with Icarus 15 and with it ghosts and doppelgangers. The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction welcomes stories by our old friends Peter Dube and Lambda Literary Award winning author Richard Bowes … More