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Lightspeed #76 - September 2016
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Reiko Murakami
Review by Sam Tomaino
Lightspeed eMagazine / Magazine  
Date: 28 September 2016

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Here's the 76th issue of Lightspeed with stories by Charlie Jane Anders, Sean Williams, Alec Nevala-Lee, An Owomoyela, Maria Dahvana Headley, Tim Pratt, Jaymee Goh, and Christopher Barzak, with Author Spotlights on all of them, along with other features.

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Lightspeed #76 - September 2016

Table of Contents: Science Fiction Stories:
Power Couple (Or "Love Never Sleeps") by Charlie Jane Anders (Reprint)
The Lives of Riley by Sean Williams (Original)
Ernesto by Alec Nevala-Lee (Reprint)
Unauthorized Access by An Owomoyela (Original)
Fantasy Stories:
See the Unseeable, Know the Unknowable by Maria Dahvana Headley (Original)
The Wilderness Within by Tim Pratt (Reprint)
Crocodile Tears by Jaymee Goh (Original)
What We Know About the Lost Families of - - House by Christopher Barzak (Reprint)
Author Spotlights:
Charlie Jane Anders, Sean Williams, Alex Nevala-Lee, An Owomoyela,
Maria Dahvana Headley, Tim Pratt, Jaymee Goh, and Christopher Barzak
Nonfiction:
Editorial, September 2016 by John Joseph Adams
Media Review: Senses8, Season 1 by Sunil Patel
Book Reviews: September 2016 by Amal El-Mohtar
Interview: Kameron Hurley by The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
Exclusive Paid Content:
Novella: Horn by Peter M. Ball
Author Spotlight: Peter M. Ball by Moshe Siegel
Novel Excerpt: Everfair by Nisi Shawl

(Source: Lightspeed)

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