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Fantasy Magazine #51 - June 2011
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Nicole Cardiff
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy Online Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: FANTASY201105
Date: 27 June 2011

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Fantasy Magazine #51, has stories by Alaya Dawn Johnson, Cat Rambo, Holly Phillips, and Jeremiah Tolbert along with Author Spotlights on all of them (and an Artist Spotlight of cover artist Nicole Cardiff, and non-fiction articles by Mia Nutick, Randy Henderson, Abby Fichtner, and an interview with Kung Fu Panda 2 director, Jennifer Yuh Nelson, by Andrew Penn Romine.

From official release/information:

Fantasy Magazine #51 - June 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 Wendy N. Wagner
Assistant Editor Becky Sasala
Editorial Assitants T.J. McIntyre, Jennifer Konieczny
Our Slush Team - Jenny Barber, Paolo Chikiamco, Bob Cooper, Michael Curry, Nick Matthews, Suzanne Myers, John Remy, LaShawn Wanak, Dana Watson

Table of Contents:
Editorial
Stories:
A Prince of Thirteen Days by Alaya Dawn Johnson (Reprint, June 6)
The Immortality Game by Cat Rambo (Original, June 13)
Virgin of the Sands by Holly Phillips (Reprint, June 20)
You Have Been Turned Into a Zombie by a Friend by Jeremiah Tolbert (Original, June 27)
Author Spotlights:
Alaya Dawn Johnson
Cat Rambo
Holly Phillips
Jeremiah Tolbert
Artist Spotlight:
Nicole Cardiff
Nonfiction:
Back to Bordertown by Mia Nutick (June 6)
Feature Interview: Jennifer Yuh Nelson by Andrew Penn Romine (June 13)
Talking to the Dead by Randy Henderson (June 20)
Indistinguishable from Magic by Abby Fichtner (June 27)

(Source: Fantasy)

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