Icarus 16: Spring 2013

Steve Berman et al.

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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 Allan Poe’s stories is revisited by Vincent Kovar in “William William”; Adam Lowe’s “Sirensong” will not dampen any spirits; Israeli author Hagy Averbuch offers a brief trip to a special corner of the park in “Encounter”; “The Ghosts of Emerhad” by Nghi Vo offers a different answer to the question Can you go home again?; Lara Donnelly initiates a promising career with her first publication, the lush fantasy tale “The Bohemian Method.”

And just as pleasing are the photographs by Rob Lorino.

And, of course, all the usual features…

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