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Book Review: Africa Risen, edited by Thomas, Ekpeki, & Knight

Africa Risen isn’t just a new anthology edited by a triumvirate of amazing editors (Sheree Renée Thomas, Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki, and Zelda Knight)—it’s a terrific read! Let reviewer Arley Sorg tell you why you’ll love it.

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Book Review: She and Her Cat, by Makoto Shinkai, translated by Naruki Nagakawa

Looking for a good cry? Reviewer Aigner Loren Wilson recommends this new hardcover edition of She and Her Cat, written by Makoto Shinkai and translated by Naruki Nagakawa.

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Editorial: September 2022

Welcome to Lightspeed’s 148th issue! Our first SF story of the month might be one of our most timely. From writer MKRNYILGLD comes “The CRISPR Cookbook: A guide to biohacking your own abortion in a post-Roe world,” and the title does a great job describing it. Be sure not to miss it. Our flash SF […]

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Book Review: Our Shadows Have Claws, edited by Méndez & Ortiz

If you’re looking for an anthology with a hint of spookiness, Arley Sorg recommends Our Shadows Have Claws, a new book edited by Yamile Saied Méndez and Amparo Ortiz.

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Book Review: Tune in Tomorrow, by Randee Dawn

You don’t need to like reality TV to enjoy Tune in Tomorrow, a new urban fantasy by Randee Dawn. Let Chris Kluwe tell you why.

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Book Review: The All-Consuming World, by Cassandra Khaw

If you like a little heist action with your SF, Aigner Loren Wilson thinks you’ll like The All-Consuming World, by Cassandra Khaw. Check out her review to find out why.