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Lightspeed #14 - July 2011
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Maurizio Manzieri
Review by Sam Tomaino
Lightspeed Online Magazine  
Date: 27 July 2011

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Here's the fourteenth issue of Lightspeed the online magazine with stories by Tom Godwin, Jake Kerr, Kat Howard, and Karen Joy Fowler, along with Author Spotlights on all of them (and and Artist Spotlight on cover artist Maurizio Manzieri), and non-fiction articles by Mike Brotherton, Jeff Hech and Ekaterina Sedia along with a Feature Interview with Author Mary Mary Doria Russell by Kat Howard.

From official release/information:

Lightspeed #14 - 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 Christie Yant
Assistant Editor Erin Stocks
Editorial Assitants - Stacey Friedberg, Robyn Lupo
Our Slush Team - Kate Galey, Andrew Liptak, Shannon Rampe, Caleb Schulz, Moshe Siegel, LaShawn Wanak

Table of Contents
The Cold Equations by Tom Godwin (Reprint, July 5)
The Old Equations by Jake Kerr (Original, July 12)
Sweet Sixteen by Kat Howard (Original, July 19)
Face Value by Karen Joy Fowler (Reprint, July 26)
Author Spotlights:
Tom Godwin
Jake Kerr
Kat Howard
Karen Joy Fowler
Artist Spotlight:
Maurizio Manzieri
The Cold Legacies by Mike Brotherton (July 5)
The First Step to Enlightenment is Abject Failure by Jeff Hecht (July 12)
The Superpowered Potential of Epigenetics by Ekaterina Sedia (July 19)
Feature Interview with Mary Doria Russell by Kat Howard (July 25)

(Source: Lightspeed)

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