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Lightspeed #29 - October 2012
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: R.J. Palmer
Review by Sam Tomaino
Lightspeed Zine  
Date: 29 October 2012

Links: Lightspeed Magazine 29 / Show Article /

Here's the twenty-ninth issue of Lightspeed the online magazine with stories by Robert Reed, Pat Cadigan, Nancy Kress, Benjamin Parzybok, L.B. Gale, David Barr Kirtley, Brian Ruckley, and Megan Arkenberg, along with Author Spotlights on most of them (and Artist Spotlight on cover artist R.J. Palmer), along with a Feature Interview with David Brin by The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy and a Feature Interview with Ursula K. Le Guin by The Geeks Guide to the Galaxy.

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Lightspeed #29 - October 2012

Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:
Flowering Unimpeded to the Enlightenment by Robert Reed (Original)
Nearly Departed by Pat Cadigan (Reprint)
Art of War by Nancy Kress (Reprint)
Bear and Shifty by Benjamin Parzybok (Original)
Fantasy Stories:
Spindles by L.B. Gale (Original)
The Black Bird by David Barr Kirtley (Reprint)
Beyond the Reach of His Gods by Brian Ruckley (Reprint)
The Suicide’s Guide to the Absinthe of Perdition by Megan Arkenberg (Original)
Author Spotlights:
Robert Reed
Nancy Kress
Benjamin Parzybok
L.B. Gale
David Barr Kirtley
Brian Ruckley
Megan Arkenberg
Artist Showcase:
R.J. Palmer
Feature Interview of David Brin by The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy
Feature Interview of Ursula K. Le Guin by The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy
Exclusive eBook Content:
Dragonfly by Ursula K. Le Guin
Blackwood by Gwenda Bond (novel excerpt—ebook exclusive)

(Source: Lightspeed)

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