The poll is now closed. Thanks for voting! For these and all the stories Kaleidotrope published in 2015, click here!
Here’s a list of all the stories and poems Kaleidotrope published in 2014. Fiction Boskovich, Desirina. “Tree, Fire, World” Bossert, Gregory Norman.
The Autumn 2014 issue of Kaleidotrope is coming in early October. Here’s what you can look forward to: Fiction “Redwing” by Maigen
Rather than waste your money on the new big-budget Transformers sequel, why not instead enjoy this loving look back at the series’
In 2012, Kaleidotrope published 4 issues, with 34 stories and 13 poems. Now you can vote for your favorites! Voting ends midnight,
Jenny Blackford’s story “Adam,” from Kaleidotrope #9, made the Recommended Reading List for the Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2010.
Maria Deira’s short story “The Giant of Malheur Park,” which first appeared in Kaleidotrope #10, is now available for listening (for free!)
This afternoon, the following comment popped up in the “awaiting moderation” queue: I read your magazine. It stinks. Seriously. The paucity of
Three stories from Kaleidotrope — “Mouse and I” by Rochita Loenen-Ruiz, “The Usherette” by Kathleen J. Stowe, and “Eris Sinks Pluto” by
Rich Horton, in his annual summaries of 2010, looks at Kaleidotrope’s three issues: From #8 (April) I liked Fred Warren’s “The Silver