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Fantasy Magazine #56 - November 2011
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Jenny Laatsch & Madame Thenadier
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy Magazine Online Magazine  
Date: 29 November 2011

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Fantasy Magazine #56, has stories by K.M. Ferebee, Theodora Goss, Lavie Tidhar, and Ellen Kushner along with Author Spotlights on all of them, an Artist Spotlight of cover artists Jenny Laatsch & Madame Thenadier, and non-fiction articles by Helen Pilinovsky, Emma Bull, and Kat Howard, along with a Feature Interview with Charlaine Harris by The Geeks Guide to the Galaxy.

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Fantasy Magazine #56 - November 2011
Publisher Sean Wallace
Editor John Joseph Adams
Managing Editor Molly Tanzer
Nonfiction Editor Esther Inglis-Arkell
Audio Editor Stefan Rudnicki
Art Editor Karen Jones
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, Katie Lavers, Nick Matthews, Suzanne Myers, Theodore Quester, John Remy, LaShawn Wanak, Dana Watson.

Table of Contents:
Seven Spells to Sever the Heart by K.M. Ferebee (Original, November 7)
Christopher Raven by Theodora Goss (Reprint, November 14)
Red Dawn: A Chow Mein Western by Lavie Tidhar (Original, November 21)
The Swordsman Whose Name Was Not Death by Ellen Kushner (Reprint, November 28)
Author Spotlights:
K.M. Ferebee
Theodora Goss
Lavie Tidhar
Ellen Kushner
Artist Spotlight:
Jenny Laatsch & Madame Thenadier
Feature Interview with Charlaine Harris by The Geeks Guide to the Galaxy (November 7)
Shades of the Nineteenth Century by Helen Pilinovsky (November 14)
Home on the Strange by Emma Bull (November 21)
The Pen and the Sword by Kat Howard (November 28)

(Source: Fantasy Magazine)

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