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Lightspeed #52 - September 2014
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Steve Tung
Review by Sam Tomaino
Lightspeed Zine  
Date: 28 September 2014

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Here's the 52nd issue of Lightspeed, with stories by Tananarive Due, Saundra Mitchell, Holly Black, Sam J. Miller, Sarah Pinsker, Aliette de Bodard, Matthew Hughes, and Rhys Hughes, along with Author Spotlights on all of them (and Artist Spotlight on cover artist Steve Tung), along with other features.

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Lightspeed #52 - September 2014

Table of Contents: Science Fiction Stories:
Herd Immunity by Tananarive Due (2014 Reprint)
Starfall by Saundra Mitchell (Original)
Ten Rules for Being an Intergalactic Smuggler (the Successful Kind) by Holly Black (2014 Reprint)
We Are the Cloud by Sam J. Miller (Original)
Fantasy Stories:
No Lonely Seafarer by Sarah Pinsker (Original)
Prayers of Forges and Furnaces by Aliette de Bodard (Reprint)
Under the Scab by Matthew Hughes (Original)
Eternal Horizon by Rhys Hughes (Reprint)
Author Spotlights:
Tananarive Due
Saundra Mitchell
Holly Black
Sam J. Miller
Sarah Pinsker
Aliette de Bodard
Matthew Hughes
Rhys Hughes
Artist Showcase:
Steve Tung
Editorial, September 2014 by John Joseph Adams
Interview: Mary Robinette Kowal by The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
Interview: Diana Gabaldon by The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
Exclusive eBook Content:
Novella: Giliad by Gregory Feeley
Author Spotlight: Gregory Feeley by Jude Griffin
Novel Excerpt: The Brothers Cabal by Jonathan L. Howard
Novel Excerpt: The Necromancer Candle by Randy McCharles

(Source: Lightspeed)

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