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Lightspeed #11 - April 2011
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Chris Moore
Review by Sam Tomaino
Lightspeed Magazine  
Date: 27 April 2011

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Here's the eleventh issue of Lightspeed a new online magazine with stories by An Owomoyela, Bruce Sterling, Tom Crosshill, and Anne McCaffrey along with Author Spotlights on all of them, an Artist Spotlight on cover artist Chris Moore and non-fiction articles by Wendy Wagner, Jeff Lester, and Brad Deutsch with Erin Stocks' Feature Interview with Elizabeth Bear

From official release/information:

Lightspeed #11 - April 2011
Publisher – Sean Wallace
Editor – John Joseph Adams
Managing Editor – Molly Tanzer
Nonfiction Editor – Esther Inglis-Arkell
Audio Editor – Stefan Rudnicki
Webmaster – Jeremiah Tolbert
Assistant Editor – Christie Yant
Assistant Editor – Erin Stocks
Editorial Assitants - Stacey Friedberg, Robyn Lupo

Table of Contents:
All That Touches the Air by An Owomoyela (Original, April 5)
Maneki Neko by Bruce Sterling (Reprint, April 12)
Mama, We Are Zhenya, Your Son by Tom Crosshill (Original, April 19)
Velvet Fields by Anne McCaffrey (Reprint, April 26)
Author Spotlights:
An Owomoyela
Bruce Sterling
Tom Crosshill
Artist Spotlight:
Chris Moore by Erin Stocks
Parasitic Puppet Masters by Wendy Wagner (April 5)
TANSTAAFL: There Ain’t No Such Thing as a Free Lunch by Jeff Lester (April 12)
The Many Worlds Interpretation Theory: Having Your Cake and Eating it Two, and Three, and Four… by Brad Deutsch (April 19)
Feature Interview: Elizabeth Bear by Erin Stocks (April 26)

(Source: Lightspeed)

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