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Fantasy Magazine #52 - July 2011
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Chen Wei
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy Magazine Online Magazine  
Date: 26 July 2011

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Fantasy Magazine #52, has stories by J.S. Breukalaar, M. Rickert, Catherynne M. Valente, and Kelly Link, along with Author Spotlights on all of them and an Artist Spotlight of cover artist Chen Wei, and non-fiction articles by Wendy N. Wagner, Hannah Strom-Martin with an interview with Jacqueline Carey, Lauren Davis and Helen Pilinovsky.

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Fantasy Magazine #52 - July 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:
Union Falls by J.S. Breukalaar (Original, July 4)
The Machine by M. Rickert (Reprint, July 11)
The Wolves of Brooklyn by Catherynne M. Valente (Original, July 18)
Swans by Kelly Link (Reprint, July 25)
Author Spotlights:
J.S. Breukalaar
M. Rickert
Catherynne M. Valente
Kelly Link
Artist Spotlight:
Chen Wei
When Wizards Rock ny Wendy N. Wagner (July 4)
Feature Interview with Jacqueline Carey by Hannah Strom-Martin (July 11)
Conversations with Wolves by Lauren Davis (July 18)
The Princess is Dead! Long Live the Prncess! By Helen Pilinovsky (July 25)

(Source: Fantasy Magazine)

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