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Lightspeed #8 - January 2011
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Marcin Jakubowzki
Review by Sam Tomaino
Lightspeed Online Magazine  
Date: 25 January 2011

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Here's the eighth issue of Lightspeed a new online magazine with stories by Corey Mariani, Susan Palwick, Tanith Lee, and Orson Scott Card, along with Author Spotlights on all of them and non-fiction articles by Genevieve Valentine, Christopher Sedia, Jeremiah Tolbert, and an interview with Paolo Bacigalupi .

From official release/information:

Lightspeed #8 - January 2011
Publisher – Sean Wallace
Editor – John Joseph Adams
Managing Editor – Molly Tanzer
Nonfiction Editor – Andrea Kail
Audio Editor – Stefan Rudnicki
Assistant Editor – Christie Yant
Editorial Assitants - Erin Stocks, Stacey Friedberg

Table of Contents:
Editorial
Stories;
Postings from an Amorous Tomorrow by Corey Mariani (Original, January 4)
Cucumber Gravy by Susan Palwick (Reprint, January 11)
Black Fire by Tanith Lee (Original, January 18)
Elephants of Poznan by Orson Scott Card (Reprint, January 25)
Author Spotlights:
Corey Mariani
Susan Palwick
Tanith Lee
Orson Scott Card
Artist Spotlight:
Marcin Jakubowzki by Erin Stocks
Nonfiction:
The Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades by Genevieve Valentine (January 4)
Neurotransmitters: God’s Way of Getting You High by Christopher Sedia (January 11)
Feature Interview with Paolo Bacigalupi by Christine Yant (January 18)
Five Animals That Will Take Over the World After We Eradicate Ourselves by Jeremiah Tolbert (January 28)

(Source: Lightspeed)

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