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Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 The Lighthouse Keepers' Club
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'Peter is a young man who has been chosen by his town to be the latest lighthouse keeper. This is not the normal kind of lighthouse whose purpose is to warn ships approaching land. It is a prison where convicts are held forever. For their crimes, they have been made immortal, but their bodies decline so they can barely move. Every year, for two weeks, someone is sent to tend to them, but not help them very much. The town is paid money for maintaining the facility. This was an imaginative and very unsettling story.'

Source: SFRevu (http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.php?id=14272). (Sighted: 18/2/2014)

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    y separately published work icon Exotic Gothic 4 : A Postscripts Anthology no. 28-29 July 2012 Z1916877 2012 anthology horror

    The fourth release in the Exotic Gothic series (and the first to be published by PS Publishing), this edition contains stories by 25 authors from nine countries - Australia, Canada, England, Fiji, Italy, Malaysia, Russia, USA, and Wales. Three of these authors are also members of indigenous nations, tribes or peoples (Abenaki, Métis, and Ojibway). None of the stories have been previously published.

    2012
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