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Lightspeed: Year One

Lightspeed: Year One

Carrie Vaughn
Stephen Baxter
Stephen King
Robert Silverberg
Nnedi Okorafor
ín R Kiernan
Tanith Lee
Joe Haldeman
Joe R Lansdale
John Joseph Adams
Geoffrey A Landis
Nancy Kress
George R R Martin
Bruce Sterling
Jack McDevitt
Orson Scott Card
Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Ursula K Le Guin
James Patrick Kelly
Alastair Reynolds
Tananarive Due
Adam-Troy Castro
Catherynne M Valente
Genevieve Valentine
Sarah Langan
Tobias S Buckell
Carol Emshwiller
Anne McCaffrey
Ted Kosmatka
Robert Reed
John R Fultz
Susan Palwick
Vylar Kaftan
David Tallerman
David Barr Kirtley
Yoon Ha Lee
Alice Sola Kim
Julie E Czerneda
Cat Rambo
Charles Yu
Corey Mariani
Ken Liu
Maggie Clark
An Owomoyela
Tom Crosshill
Eric Gregory
Tessa Mellas

ISBN: 9781607013044
Year of publication: 2011

LIGHTSPEED Year One Edited by John Joseph Adams Cover art by Vitaly Alexius Samarin For the Lightspeed Team, without whom none of this would have been possible. INTRODUCTION by John Joseph Adams Welcome to Lightspeed: Year One For those of you not already familiar with Lightspeed, some background may be in order: Lightspeed is an online magazine that focuses exclusively on science fiction. Within its pages or pixels, as it were, you will find all types of science ...

Running with the Pack

Running with the Pack

Carrie Vaughn
Jeffrey Ford
Mike Resnick
CE Murphy
Ekaterina Sedia
Steve Duffy
Karen Everson
Jesse Bullington
Genevieve Valentine
Maria V Snyder
Amanda Downum
Marie Brennan
Samantha Henderson
Stephanie Burgis
Laura Anna Gilman
Molly Tanzer
Lawrence Schimel
NK Jemisin
Geoffrey H Goodwin
Mike Brotherton
Peter Bell
Erzebet YellowBoy
Susan Palwick

ISBN: 9781607012498
Year of publication: 2011

Running With the Pack An anthology of stories edited by Ekaterina Sedia To all sheep in wolfs clothing... INTRODUCTION Theres a view of werewolves espoused even on the back cover of this volume as an expression of the animal and the dark in the usually suppressed and mild-mannered civilized person we like to think of ourselves as beasts, our wild instincts kept in check only by a thin veneer of social necessity. This fantasy is a persistent and appealing one: a jacketed executive by day, but the ...