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Lightspeed #9 - February 2011
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Rowena Wang
Review by Sam Tomaino
Lightspeed Magazine  
Date: 23 February 2011

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Here's the ninth issue of Lightspeed a new online magazine with stories by Cat Rambo, Julie Czerneda, Ken Liu, and James Patrick Kelly, along with Author Spotlights on all of them, an Artist Spotlight on cover artist Rowena Wang and non-fiction articles by Genevieve Valentine, Andrew Penn Romine, Jeff Hecht, and Nicholos Wethington.

From official release/information:

Lightspeed #9 - February 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:
Long Enough and Just So Long by Cat Rambo (Original, February 1)
The Passenger by Julie Czerneda (Reprint, February 8)
Simulacrum by Ken Liu (Original, February 15)
Breakaway, Backdown by James Patrick Kelly (Reprint, February 22)
Author Spotlights:
Cat Rambo
Julie Czerneda
Ken Liu
James Patrick Kelly
Artist Spotlight:
Rowena Wang by Erin Stocks
Nonfiction:
Best Lightspeed Magazine of 2010 Poll and Contest by John Joseph Adams
When the Chatbots Come to Greet Us by Genevieve Valentine (February 1)
Digital Lifeforms: Creating the Characters of Avatar and Tron:Leagcy by Andrew Penn Romine (February 8)
Where’s My Holovision? By Jeff Hecht (February 15)
Colonizing the Universe in Four Easy Steps by Nicholos Wethington (February 22)

(Source: Lightspeed)

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