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Lightspeed #58 - March 2015
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Wylie Beckert
Review by Sam Tomaino
Lightspeed eZine / Magazine  
Date: 29 March 2015

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Here's the 58th issue of Lightspeed, with stories by Ursula K. LeGuin, Cat Sparks, Michael Blumlein, Marissa Lingen, Vajra Chandrasekera, Naomi Kritzer, Matthew Hughes, and Linda Nagata, with Author Spotlights on all of them (and Artist Spotlight on cover artist Wylie Beckert), along with other features.

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Lightspeed #58 - March 2015

Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:
Surfacing by Marissa Lingen (Original)
The Brains of Rats by Michael Blumlein (Reprint)
Hot Rods by Cat Sparks (Original)
The New Atlantis by Ursula K. LeGuin (Reprint)
Fantasy Stories:
The Way Home by Linda Nagata (2015 Reprint)
A Face of Black Iron by Matthew Hughes (Orignal)
The Good Son by Naomi Kritzer (Reprint)
Documentary by Vajra Chandrasekera (Original)
Author Spotlights:
Ursula K. LeGuin
Cat Sparks
Michael Blumlein
Marissa Lingen
Vajra Chandrasekera
Naomi Kritzer
Matthew Hughes
Linda Nagata
Artist Showcase:
Wylie Beckert by Henry Lien
Nonfiction:
Editorial, February 2015 by John Joseph Adams
Interview: Patrick Rothfuss by The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
Book Reviews: March 2015 by Amal El-Mohtar
Exclusive eBook Content:
Novella: The Weight of the Sunrise by Vylar Kaftan
Author Spotlight: Vylar Kaftan by Robyn Lupo
Novel Excerpt: Persona by Genevieve Valentine
Novel Excerpt: Harrison Squared by Daryl Gregory

(Source: Lightspeed)

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