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Clarkesworld 102 March 2015
Edited by Neil Clarke
Cover Artist: Keter by Peter Mohrbacher
Review by Sam Tomaino
Clarkesworld eZine / Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1937-7843
Date: 28 March 2015

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Clarkesworld #102 is here with stories by Naim Kabir, Ken Liu, Catherynne M. Valente, Mike Buckley, Chen Qiufan, Greg Benford, and Lavie Tidhar, along with many other features.

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Clarkesworld 102 March 2015

Table of Contents:

Fiction:
Slowly Builds an Empire by Naim Kabir
Cassandra by Ken Liu
The Long Goodnight of Violet Wild by Catherynne M. Valente (Part 2, continued from January issue)
All Original Brightness by Mike Buckley
Coming of the Light by Chen Qiufan, translated by Ken Liu
The Clear Blue Seas of Luna by Greg Benford (Reprint)
The Book Seller by Lavie Tidhar (Reprint)

Non-fiction:
Dark Angels: Insects in the Films of Guillermo del Toro by Orrin Grey
Music, Magic and Memory: A Conversation with Randy Henderson and Silvia Morena-Garcia by Jason Heller
Staying Sensitive in the Crowd: A Conversation with Chen Qiufan by Ken Liu
Another Word: A Shed of One's Own by Chuck Wendig
Editor's Desk: Reader's Poll Winners, Nebulas, and Forever by Neil Clarke

Podcasts:
Audio Fiction: Slowly Builds an Empire by Naim Kabir read by Kate Baker
Audio Fiction: Cassandra by Ken Liu read by Kate Baker
Audio Fiction: The Long Goodnight of Violet Wild by Catherynne M. Valente (Part 2) read by Kate Baker
Audio Fiction: All Original Brightness by Mike Buckley read by Marguerite Kenner

(Source: Clarkesworld)

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