Speculative Fiction Magazines

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A MANIFEST FOR THE MOON

The Lunar Codex uses digital and analog technology to preserve art, books, music, and more, enclosed in time capsules and launched to the Moon. It is a message-in-a-bottle to the future.

Curatorial Notes

This section spotlights magazines publishing stories in the speculative fiction genre, primarily science fiction and fantasy.

Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine. Its pages features science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF—and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folktales.

Launched in 2010, Lightspeed is a two-time winner of the Hugo Award, and stories from the magazine have been nominated for major genre awards dozens of times, including the Hugo Award, the Nebula Award, the World Fantasy Award, and the Theodore Sturgeon Award.

Lightspeed's editor, John Joseph Adams, has been nominated for the Hugo Award twelve times and the World Fantasy Award eight times, and in addition to editing Lightspeed he’s also edited more than thirty anthologies (including Wastelands and The Living Dead) and serves as series editor of Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy.

* Every piece in each of the magazines listed below is archived in the Codex. Each author listed thus has at least one creative piece represented in the Codex, and often several. 
 


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Works are located as to their respective lunar time capsules as follows: 

IM1 - Intuitive Machines Nova-C Mission 1 to the Vallis Schrasöteri (The Nova Collection)

PM1 - Astrobotic Peregrine Mission 1 to Lacus Mortis (The Peregrine Collection)

GM1 - Astrobotic Griffin Mission 1 to the Lunar South Pole (The Polaris Collection) 

MANIFEST

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 1 - June 2010

Lightspeed Magazine (2010) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief, fiction editor, art director ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/senior editor, nonfiction editor ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Arley Sorg - book reviewer & associate editor ▪ Aigner Loren Wilson & Chris Kluwe - book reviewers ▪ Luke Tolvaj - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno & Devin Marcus - proofreaders ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast post-production editor & host ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert / Clockpunk Studios - webmaster ▪ Adam Israel - ebookstore developer/manager ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor (emeritus)  

- Cover art by Vitaly S. Alexius ▪ Ebook design by Neil Clarke

- Featuring fiction and non-fiction by
John Joseph Adams (editorial) ▪ Vylar Kaftan ▪ Mike Brotherton ▪ Jack McDevitt ▪ Genevieve Valentine ▪ David Barr Kirtley ▪ Carol Pinchefsky ▪ Carrie Vaughn ▪ Amanda Rose Levy

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 9 - February 2011

Lightspeed Magazine (2011) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief, fiction editor, art director ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/senior editor, nonfiction editor ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Arley Sorg - book reviewer & associate editor ▪ Aigner Loren Wilson & Chris Kluwe - book reviewers ▪ Luke Tolvaj - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno & Devin Marcus - proofreaders ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast post-production editor & host ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert / Clockpunk Studios - webmaster ▪ Adam Israel - ebookstore developer/manager ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor (emeritus)  

- Cover art by Rowena Wang ▪ Ebook design by Neil Clarke

- Featuring fiction and non-fiction by
John Joseph Adams (editorial) ▪  Cat Rambo ▪ Genevieve Valentine ▪  Julie E. Czerneda ▪ Andrew Penn Romine ▪  Ken Liu ▪ Jeff Hecht ▪  James Patrick Kelly ▪  Nicholos Wethington ▪ Stacey Friedberg ▪ Erin Stocks ▪ Christie Yant

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 23 - April 2012

Lightspeed Magazine (2012) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief, fiction editor, art director ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/senior editor, nonfiction editor ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Arley Sorg - book reviewer & associate editor ▪ Aigner Loren Wilson & Chris Kluwe - book reviewers ▪ Luke Tolvaj - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno & Devin Marcus - proofreaders ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast post-production editor & host ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert / Clockpunk Studios - webmaster ▪ Adam Israel - ebookstore developer/manager ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor (emeritus)  

- Cover Art by Dylan Pierpont ▪ Ebook design by Neil Clarke

- Featuring fiction and non-fiction by
John Joseph Adams (editorial) ▪ C. C. Finlay ▪ Nancy Kress ▪ Holly Black ▪ William Gibson interviewed by Robin Hobb ▪ Dylan Pierpont ▪ Eric Gregory ▪ Marc Laidlaw ▪ M. K. Hobson ▪ Caitlín R. Kiernan ▪ Vandana Singh ▪ Karin Lowachee ▪ Kim Stanley Robinson ▪ Caroline M. Yoachim ▪ Gina Guadagnino ▪ Caleb Jordan Schulz ▪ Erin Stocks ▪ Jennifer Konieczny ▪ Theodore Quester ▪ John Joseph Adams ▪ Robyn Lupo 

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 34 - March 2013

Lightspeed Magazine (2013) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief, fiction editor, art director ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/senior editor, nonfiction editor ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Arley Sorg - book reviewer & associate editor ▪ Aigner Loren Wilson & Chris Kluwe - book reviewers ▪ Luke Tolvaj - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno & Devin Marcus - proofreaders ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast post-production editor & host ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert / Clockpunk Studios - webmaster ▪ Adam Israel - ebookstore developer/manager ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor (emeritus)  

- Cover art by Matt Tkocz ▪ Ebook design by Neil Clarke

- Featuring fiction and non-fiction by
John Joseph Adams (editorial) ▪ John Barnes ▪ Seanan McGuire ▪ Angélica Gorodischer interview by Amalia Gladhart ▪ Philip Pullman interview by The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy (John Joseph Adams & David Barr Kirtley) ▪ Matt Tkocz ▪ Karen Joy Fowler ▪ Sarena Ulibarri ▪ Felicity Savage ▪ Lisa Tuttle ▪ Jake Kerr ▪ Holly Phillips ▪ Rich Larson ▪ Angélica Gorodischer ▪ Moshe Siegel ▪ Jude Griffin ▪ Robyn Lupo ▪ Earnie Sotirokos ▪ Kevin McNeil

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 49 - June 2014 - Special Issue: Women Destroy Science Fiction!

Lightspeed Magazine (2014) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- Christie Yant - guest editor & original fiction editor ▪ Rachel Swirsky - reprints editor ▪ Robyn Lupo - flash fiction editor - Wendy N. Wagner - managing editor & nonfiction editor ▪ Gabrielle de Cuir - podcast producer ▪ Mur Lafferty - podcast host ▪ Galen Dara - art director ▪ Jude Grifin - assistant editor ▪ Dana Watson - copy editor ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant copy editor ▪ Li Grabenstetter, Elizabeth Leggett, Christine Mitzuk, Hillary Pearlman - illustrators ▪ Laurel Amberdine, Jude Griffin, Lee Hallison, Sandra Odell - spotlight authors ▪
Laurel Amberdine, Lisa Andrews, Amber Barkley, Kristi Charish, Kate Galey, Britt Gettys, Jude Griffin, Alyc Helms, Sylvia Hiven, Andrea Johnson, Georgina Kamsika, Louise Kane, Sarah Kirkpatrick, DeAnna Knippling, Stephanie Lorée, Gail Marsella, Laura Newsholme, Lianna Palkovick, Stephanie Sursi, Samantha Thomas, Nicole Walters, LaShawn Wanak, Gwen Whiting, Sandra Wickham - first readers ▪ Debra Jess, Rachael Jones, Amanda Mitchell, Sarah Slatton - proofreaders ▪ Jenn Reese - promotional logo design  ▪ Karen Jnes - cover design  ▪ John Joseph Adams - publisher
- Cover art by Galen Dara ▪ Ebook design by Neil Clarke  ▪ Special thanks to our Kickstarter backers

- Editorials by
Christie Yant ▪ Rachel Swirsky ▪ Robyn Lupo ▪ Wendy N. Wagner ▪ Gabrielle de Cuir

- Featuring original fiction by
Seanan McGuire ▪ Kris Millering ▪ Heather Clitheroe ▪ N.K. Jemisin ▪ Rhonda Eikamp ▪ Gabriella Stalker ▪ Charlie Jane Anders ▪ Maria Dahvana Headley ▪ Amal El-Mohtar ▪ Elizabeth Porter
Birdsall ▪ K.C. Norton ▪ Tananarive Due ▪ Maria Romasco Moore ▪ James Tiptree, Jr. ▪ Eleanor Arnason ▪ Maureen F. McHugh ▪ Carrie Vaughn ▪ Emily Fox ▪ Tina Connolly ▪ Marina J. Lostetter ▪ Sarah Pinsker ▪ Vanessa Torline ▪ Rhiannon Rasmussen ▪ Anaid Perez ▪ Ellen Denham ▪ Kim Winternheimer ▪ Holly Schofield ▪ Cathy Humble ▪ Effie Seiberg ▪ Samantha Murray ▪ Katherine Crighton ▪ Jane Lindskold

- Featuring art and nonfiction by
Galen Dara ▪ Li Grabenstetter ▪ Hillary Pearlman ▪ Elizabeth Leggett ▪ Christine Mitzuk ▪ Pat Murphy ▪ Mary Robinette Kowal ▪ Tracie Welser ▪  Stina Leicht ▪ Nisi Shawl ▪ Rachel Swirsky ▪  Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff ▪ Marissa Lingen ▪  Sheila Finch ▪ Anne Charnock ▪ Amy Sterling Casil ▪ Nancy Jane Moore ▪ Sandra Wickham ▪ Gail Marsella ▪ O. J. Cade ▪ Kristi Charish ▪ Juliette Wade ▪ Kameron Hurley ▪ Kat Howard ▪ DeAnna Knippling ▪ Liz Argall ▪ Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam ▪ Stina Leicht ▪ Sylvia Spruck Wrigley ▪ Helena Bell ▪ Jude Griffin ▪ Anaea Lay ▪ Brooke Bolander ▪  Georgina Kamsika ▪ Cheryl Morgan ▪ Pat Murphy ▪ E. Catherine Tobler 
▪ Seanan McGuire

- Interviews and author spotlights include
Kelly Sue DeConnick by Jennifer Willis ▪ Seanan McGuire by Sandra Odell ▪ Kris Millering by Lee Hallison ▪ Heather Clitheroe by Lee Hallison ▪ N.K. Jemisin by Laurel Amberdine ▪ Rhonda Eikamp by Sandra Odell ▪ Gabriella Stalker by Lee Hallison ▪ Charlie Jane Anders by Sandra Odell ▪ Maria Dahvana Headley by Jude Griffin ▪ Amal E--Mohtar by Jude Griffin ▪ Elizabeth Porter Birdsall by Laurel Amberdine ▪ K.C. Norton by Laurel Amberdine ▪ Tananarive Due by Jude Griffin ▪ Maria Romasco Moore by Jude Griffin ▪ Eleanor Arnason by Jude Griffin ▪ Maureen McHugh by Jude Griffin 

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 61 - June 2015 - Special Issue: Queers Destroy Science Fiction!

Lightspeed Magazine (2015) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- Seanan Mcguire - guest editor-in-chief & original fiction editor ▪ Steve Berman - reprint editor ▪ Sigrid Ellis - flash fiction editor ▪ Mark Oshiro - nonfiction editor ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing editor ▪ Paul Boehmer - podcast producer ▪ Cecil Baldwin - podcast host ▪ Arley Sorg - assistant editor ▪ Patricia Pace - assistant editor ▪ Sandra Odell - assistant and author spotlights editor ▪ Jill Seidenstein - author spotlights interviewer ▪ Robyn Lupo - author spotlights interviewer ▪ Elizabeth Leggett - art director & cover artist ▪ C. Bedford - illustrator ▪ Paige Braddock - illustrator ▪ Isabel Collier - illustrator ▪ Odera Igbokwe - illustrator ▪ Steen - illustrator ▪ Orion Zangara - illustrator 

- Additional staff (including *allies): John Joseph Adams* - publisher ▪ Jim Freund*, Jack Kincaid* - audio editors ▪ Amanda Vail, Gabriella Stalker, Sonya Taaffe, Wendy N. Wagner - copy editors ▪ Andy Sima*, Anthony R. Cardno, Melissa V. Hofelich*, Hannah Huber*, Rachael K. Jones*, Zoe Kaplan, Kevin McNeil*, Lianna Palkovick* - proofreaders ▪ Lisa N. Morton, Merav Hoffman, Robyn Lupo - submissions readers ▪ Michael Lee* - book production & layout ▪ Henry Lien - cover design ▪ Julia Sevin - crowdfunding design logo

- Cover art by Elizabeth Leggett ▪ Ebook design by John Joseph Adams ▪ Special thanks to our Kickstarter backers

- Editorials by

Seanan McGuire ▪ Steve Berman ▪ Sigrid Ellis ▪ Mark Oshiro ▪ Paul Boehmer
- Featuring original fiction by
John Chu Kate M. Galey ▪ Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Chaz Brenchley Felicia Davin Rose Lemberg Jessica Yang K.M. Szpara Amal El-Mohtar Tim Susman Susan Jane Bigelow E. Saxey Charles Payseur Claudine Griggs Stephen Cox Eliza Gauger Erica L. Satifka Gabrielle Friesen Gabby Reed Shannon Peavey Sarah Pinsker Bogi Takács JY Yang RJ Edwards AMJ Hudson Raven Kaldera Rand B. Lee Geoff Ryman Nalo Hopkinson

- Featuring art and nonfiction by

C. Bedford ▪ Odera Igbokwe ▪ Orion Zangara ▪ Isabel Collier ▪ Paige Braddock ▪ Steen ▪ Elizabeth Leggett ▪ Amal El-Mohtar ▪ Jennifer Cross ▪ Rae Duke ▪ Pablo Miguel Alberto Vazquez ▪ Amber Neko Meador ▪ Cory Skerry ▪ Emma Osborne ▪ Lee Thomas ▪ Sandra Odell ▪ An Owomoyela ▪ Mark Oshiro ▪ Sigrid Ellis ▪ James L. Sutter ▪ Jill Seidenstein  ▪ Jerome Stueart ▪ Anthony Cardno ▪ Rachel Swirsky ▪ Cecilia Tan ▪ Cecil Baldwin ▪ Elizabeth Leggett ▪ Lynne M. Thomas ▪ Hal Duncan ▪ Sunny Moraine ▪ Sam J. Miller ▪ Lisa Nohealani Morton ▪ Alyssa Wong ▪ Arley Sorg ▪ Everett Maroon ▪ Christopher Barzak ▪ Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam ▪ Haralambi Markov ▪ Michael Damian Thomas
- Interviews and author spotlights include

David Gerrold by Mark Oshiro ▪ John Chu by Kate M. Galey ▪ Kate M. Galey by Robyn Lupo ▪ Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam by Jill Seidenstein ▪ Chaz Brenchley by Rahul Kanakia ▪ Felicia Davin by Robyn Lupo ▪ Rose Lemberg by Sandra Odell ▪ Jessica Yang by Arley Sorg ▪ K.M. Szpara by Sandra Odell ▪ Amal El-Mohtar by Wendy N. Wagner ▪ Tim Susman by Rahul Kanakia ▪ Susan Jane Bigelow by Jill Seidenstein ▪ RJ Edwards by Sandra Odell ▪ AMJ Hudson by Sandra Odell ▪ Raven Kaldera by Sandra Odell ▪ Rand B. Lee by Arley Sorg ▪ Geoff Ryman by Robyn Lupo

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 73 - June 2016 - Special Issue: People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction!

Lightspeed Magazine (2016) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- Nalo Hopkinson - guest co-editor-in-chief & original fiction editor ▪ Kristine Ong Muslim - guest co-editor-in-chief & original fiction editor ▪ Nishi Shawl - reprint editor ▪ Berit Ellingsen - flash fiction editor ▪ Grace L. Dillon - nonfiction editor ▪ Vikas Adam - podcast producer ▪ Rajan Khanna - podcast host ▪ Sunil Patel - personal essays editor ▪ Arley Sorg - spotlights editor & special issue coordinator ▪ Nicasio Andres Reed, Pablo Miguel Alberto Vazquez, Tara Sim, Tyhitia Green, Cassandra Khaw, JY Yang, Christian Coleman, Isabel Yap - spotlight interviewers ▪ Henry Lien - art director ▪ Christopher Park - cover artist ▪ Melanie Ujimoro - featured illustrator ▪ Alan Bao, Odera Igbokwe, Sonia Liao, Pugletto, Tanna Tucker, Victoria Ying - illustrators

- Additional staff: John Joseph Adams - publisher ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing editor ▪ Jim Freund, Jack Kincaid - audio editors ▪ Dana Watson - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno, Meghan Chaudhuri, Liz Colter, Spencer Ellsworth, Mike Glyde, Coral Moore, Julie Steinbacher, Devin Marcus - proofreaders ▪ Matthew Bright - book production & layout ▪ Julia Sevin - crowdfunding design logo

- Cover art by Christopher Park ▪ Art direction by Henry Lien ▪ Ebook design by John Joseph Adams ▪ Special thanks to our Kickstarter backers

- Editorials by

Nalo Hopkinson ▪ Kristine Ong Muslim ▪ Nisi Shawl ▪ Grace L. Dillon ▪ Sunil Patel
- Featuring original fiction by
Karin Lowachee ▪ Lisa Allen-Agostini ▪ Nick T. Chan ▪ Brian K. Hudson ▪ Sofia Samatar ▪ Terence Taylor ▪ Steven Barnes ▪ Dayo Ntwari ▪ Isha Karki ▪ Gabriela Santiago ▪ Teresa Naval ▪ Fabio Fernandes ▪ Jennifer Marie Brissett ▪ Nin Harris T.S. Bazelli S.B. Divya Caroline M. Yoachim JY Yang Naru Dames Sundar Kevin Jared Hosein ▪ Octavia E. Butler John Chu Vandana Singh Edmée Pardo Samuel R. Delany Malka Older

- Featuring art and nonfiction by

Samantha L. Taylor ▪ Terence Taylor ▪ Misha Nogha ▪ Zainab Amadahy ▪ Sunil Patel ▪ Alan Bao ▪ Odera Igbokwe ▪ Sonia Liao ▪ Christopher Park ▪ Pugletto ▪ Tanna Tucker ▪ Melanie Ujimori ▪ Victoria Ying ▪ Aliette de Bodard ▪ Malon Edwards ▪ Yash Kesanakurthy ▪ Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali ▪ Malka Older ▪ Arthur Chu ▪ Jeremy Szal ▪ An Owomoyela ▪ Naru Dames Sundar ▪ Vajra Chandrasekera ▪ Silvia Moreno-Garcia ▪ Z.M. Quỳnh ▪ Julia Rios  ▪ S.L. Huang ▪ Ken Liu ▪ Suyi Davies Okungbowa  ▪ Indrapramit Das ▪ Troy L. Wiggins ▪ Julie M. Rodriguez ▪ Mark Oshiro  ▪ Nisi Shawl ▪ Tamara Brooks ▪ M.C.A. Hogarth ▪ Sarah Kuhn ▪ S.B. Divya ▪ Shveta Thakrar ▪ Caroline M. Yoachim
- Interviews and author spotlights include

Daniel H. Wilson by Grace L. Dillon ▪ Karin Lowachee by Nicasio Andres Reed ▪ Lisa Allen-Agostini by Tyhitia Green ▪ Nick T. Chan by Tyhitia Green ▪ Brian K. Hudson by Pablo Miguel Alberto Vazquez ▪ Sofia Samatar by Isabel Yap ▪ Terence Taylor by Tara Sim ▪ Steven Barnes by Arley Sorg ▪ Dayo Ntwari by Cassandra Khaw ▪ Isha Karki by Nicasio Andres Reed ▪ Gabriela Santiago by Tara Sim ▪ John Chu by Christian A. Coleman ▪ Vandana Singh by JY Yang ▪ Edmée Pardo by JY Yang 

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 90 - November 2017

Lightspeed Magazine (2017) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/associate editor ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher/director of special projects ▪ Robert Barton Bland - assistant publisher ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast editor/host ▪ John Joseph Adams - art director ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Jude Griffin - editorial assistant ▪ Amal El-Mohtar, LaShawn Wanak, Christie Yant - book reviewers ▪ Dana Watson - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno, Devin Marcus - Proofreaders ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert of Clockpunk Studios - webmaster

- Cover by Galen Dara 

- Featuring fiction and non-fiction by
John Joseph Adams (editorial) ▪ Leslie What ▪ Ashok K. Banker ▪ Philip Raines and Harvey Welles ▪ Charlie Jane Anders ▪ Kathleen Kayembe ▪ Rachel Swirsky ▪ Max Wynne ▪ Jonathan L. Howard ▪ Gene Wolfe ▪ Molly Tanzer ▪ LaShawn M. Wanak ▪ Carrie Vaughn ▪ Wendy N. Wagner ▪ Jude Griffin ▪ Alex Puncekar ▪ Setsu Uzume ▪ Gordon B. White

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 100 - September 2018

Lightspeed Magazine (2018) - G//M1

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- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/associate editor ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher/director of special projects ▪ Robert Barton Bland - assistant publisher ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast editor/host ▪ John Joseph Adams - art director ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Jude Griffin - editorial assistant ▪ Arley Sorg, LaShawn Wanak, Chris Kluwe, Carrie Vaughn, Christopher East, Violet Allen - reviewers ▪ Dana Watson - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno, Devin Marcus - Proofreaders ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert of Clockpunk Studios - webmaster

- Cover art by Galen Dara 

- Featuring fiction and non-fiction by
John Joseph Adams (editorial) ▪ Vylar Kaftan ▪ Carrie Vaughn ▪ Adam-Troy Castro ▪ A. Merc Rustad ▪ Ken Liu ▪ Sofia Samatar ▪ Charles Yu ▪ Caroline M. Yoachim ▪ An Owomoyela ▪ Seanan McGuire ▪ David Barr Kirtley ▪ Genevieve Valentine ▪ Cadwell Turnbull ▪ Yoon Ha Lee ▪ Maria Dahvana Headley ▪ Sam J. Miller ▪ Kat Howard ▪ Theodora Goss ▪ Charlie Jane Anders ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert ▪ Gene Doucette ▪ Wendy N. Wagner ▪ Arley Sorg ▪ Jenn Reese ▪ 
Christian A. Coleman ▪ Gordon B. White ▪ Setsu Uzume ▪ Sandra Odell ▪ Alex Puncekar ▪ Jude Griffin ▪ Christie Yant ▪ Arley Sorg ▪ Wendy N. Wagner

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 112 - September 2019

Lightspeed Magazine (2019) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/senior editor ▪ Arley Sorg - associate editor & book reviewer ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast editor/host ▪ John Joseph Adams - art director ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Alex Puncekar - editorial assistant ▪ Arley Sorg, LaShawn Wanak, Chris Kluwe, Carrie Vaughn, Christopher East, Violet Allen - reviewers ▪ Christian A. Coleman - interviewer ▪ Dana Watson - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno, Devin Marcus - Proofreaders ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert of Clockpunk Studios - webmaster ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher/director of special projects ▪ Robert Barton Bland - assistant publisher  

- Cover art by Galen Dara

- Featuring fiction and non-fiction by
John Joseph Adams (editorial) ▪ Ramez Naam ▪ Adam-Troy Castro ▪ Seanan McGuire ▪ Jenny Rae Rappaport ▪ Brooke Bolander ▪ Micah Dean Hicks ▪ Rajan Khanna ▪ Kiini Ibura Salaam ▪ Annalee Newitz ▪ Arley Sorg ▪ 
Christopher East ▪ Christian A. Coleman ▪ Sandra Odell ▪ Adanze Asante ▪ Jude Griffin ▪ Arley Sorg

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 118 - March 2020

Lightspeed Magazine (2020) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/senior editor ▪ Arley Sorg - associate editor & book reviewer ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast editor/host ▪ John Joseph Adams - art director ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Alex Puncekar - editorial assistant ▪ Arley Sorg, LaShawn Wanak, Chris Kluwe, Carrie Vaughn, Christopher East, Violet Allen - reviewers ▪ Christian A. Coleman - interviewer ▪ Dana Watson - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno, Devin Marcus - Proofreaders ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert of Clockpunk Studios - webmaster ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher/director of special projects ▪ Robert Barton Bland - assistant publisher    

Documentation still in progress

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 133 - June 2021

Lightspeed Magazine (2021) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief, fiction editor, art director ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/senior editor, nonfiction editor ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Arley Sorg - book reviewer & associate editor ▪ Aigner Loren Wilson & Chris Kluwe - book reviewers ▪ Luke Tolvaj - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno & Devin Marcus - proofreaders ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast post-production editor & host ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert / Clockpunk Studios - webmaster ▪ Adam Israel - ebookstore developer/manager ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor (emeritus)  

- Documentation still in progress

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LIGHTSPEED - Issue 144 - May 2022

Lightspeed Magazine (2022) - GM1

- Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine; it is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and stories from its pages have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award

- John Joseph Adams - publisher, editor-in-chief, fiction editor, art director ▪ Wendy N. Wagner - managing/senior editor, nonfiction editor ▪ Laurel Amberdine - assistant editor ▪ Arley Sorg - book reviewer & associate editor ▪ Aigner Loren Wilson & Chris Kluwe - book reviewers ▪ Luke Tolvaj - copy editor ▪ Anthony R. Cardno & Devin Marcus - proofreaders ▪ Stefan Rudnicki - podcast producer ▪ Jim Freund - podcast post-production editor & host ▪ Christie Yant - associate publisher ▪ Jeremiah Tolbert / Clockpunk Studios - webmaster ▪ Adam Israel - ebookstore developer/manager ▪ Rich Horton - reprint editor (emeritus)  

- Documentation still in progress