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Women Destroy Science Fiction! — Table of Contents

  Content available to read free on the site is linked below. All other content is exclusive to the complete edition, available as an ebook from the Lightspeed store, or in trade paperback from Amazon. All content Copyright the Author(s) 2014. Table of Contents FROM THE EDITORS Christie Yant, Rachel Swirsky, Wendy N. Wagner, Robyn Lupo, and Gabrielle […]


Women Destroy Science Fiction! — Destructive Essays

If you’ve been following our Kickstarter campaign for Women Destroy Science Fiction!, then you’ve probably already seen the series of essays we’ve been posting as project updates. But for those of you who haven’t, we thought we should round up all the links and have them in one place for easy access. So if you […]

Science Fiction


Enyo meditated at mealtimes within the internod, huffing liquor vapors from a dead comrade’s shattered skull. This deep within the satellite, ostensibly safe beneath the puckered skein of the peridium, she went over the lists of the dead. She recited her own name first.


Editorial, October 2013

Welcome to issue forty-one of Lightspeed! We’ve got another great issue for you this month; read the editorial to see what we have on tap.


Oct. 2013 (Issue 41)

This month, we have original science fiction by the aforementioned Keffy R.M. Kehrli (“HELP FUND MY ROBOT ARMY!!!”) and Ken Liu (“Ghost Days”), along with SF reprints by Constance Cooper (“Trouble Leaves a Scent Trail”) and Kameron Hurley (“Enyo-Enyo”). Plus, we have original fantasy by Dylan Otto Krider (“The Five Deaths of Marvin Dimitri”) and Charlie Jane Anders (“Small Dead Creatures”), and fantasy reprints by Karin Tidbeck (“Augusta Prima”) and Neil Gaiman (“An Invocation of Incuriosity”). All that, and, of course, we also have our usual assortment of author and artist spotlights, along with feature interviews with Melissa Marr and über-geek Felicia Day. For our ebook readers, we also have the novella “Human Readable” by Cory Doctorow and novel excerpts of Parasite by Mira Grant, Copperhead by Tina Connolly, and Poe by J. Lincoln Fenn.