Lightspeed (magazine)

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Lightspeed was founded and run as a science fiction magazine by publisher Sean Wallace of Prime Books with John Joseph Adams as editor.
Prime Books is an independent publishing house, specializing in a mix of literary/commercial anthologies, collections, novels, and previously two magazines: Fantasy Magazine and Lightspeed Magazine (both sold November 2011).

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Lightspeed is an American online fantasy and science fiction magazine edited and published by John Joseph Adams.

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Lightspeed is an American online fantasy and science fiction magazine edited and published by John Joseph Adams.
He is a finalist for the 2011 Hugo Award for Best Professional Editor, Short Form, and his magazine, Lightspeed Magazine, is a finalist for best semiprozine.

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Lightspeed is an American online fantasy and science fiction magazine edited and published by John Joseph Adams.

Her Husband's Hands

In 2010 two Lightspeed stories were finalists for the Nebula Award for Best Short Story: Adam-Troy Castro's "Arvies" and Vylar Kaftan's "I'm Alive, I Love You, I'll See You in Reno" and in 2011 "Amaryllis" by Carrie Vaughn was a finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Short story In 2011, Adam-Troy Castro's "Her Husband's Hands" and Tom Crosshill's "Mama, We are Zhenya, Your Son" were finalists for the Best Short Story Nebula, while Jake Kerr's "The Old Equations" was nominated for Best Novella.
It was first published in Lightspeed in October 2011.

Arvies

In 2010 two Lightspeed stories were finalists for the Nebula Award for Best Short Story: Adam-Troy Castro's "Arvies" and Vylar Kaftan's "I'm Alive, I Love You, I'll See You in Reno" and in 2011 "Amaryllis" by Carrie Vaughn was a finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Short story In 2011, Adam-Troy Castro's "Her Husband's Hands" and Tom Crosshill's "Mama, We are Zhenya, Your Son" were finalists for the Best Short Story Nebula, while Jake Kerr's "The Old Equations" was nominated for Best Novella.
It was first published in Lightspeed Magazine, and subsequently republished in Castro's anthology Her Husband's Hands, as well as in the compilations Lightspeed: Year One, Nebula Awards Showcase: 2012 and The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy: 2011.

Ken Liu

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Some stories were nominated for the Theodore Sturgeon Award: Yoon Ha Lee's "Flower, Mercy, Needle, Chain" in 2011, Jake Kerr's "The Old Equations" in 2012, and Ken Liu's "The Bookmaking Habits of Select Species" in 2013
His short stories have appeared in F&SF, Asimov's, Analog, Lightspeed, Clarkesworld, and multiple "Year's Best" anthologies.

Yoon Ha Lee

Some stories were nominated for the Theodore Sturgeon Award: Yoon Ha Lee's "Flower, Mercy, Needle, Chain" in 2011, Jake Kerr's "The Old Equations" in 2012, and Ken Liu's "The Bookmaking Habits of Select Species" in 2013
Since his first sale in 1999, Lee has published short fiction in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Clarkesworld, Lightspeed magazine and elsewhere.

Tom Crosshill

In 2010 two Lightspeed stories were finalists for the Nebula Award for Best Short Story: Adam-Troy Castro's "Arvies" and Vylar Kaftan's "I'm Alive, I Love You, I'll See You in Reno" and in 2011 "Amaryllis" by Carrie Vaughn was a finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Short story In 2011, Adam-Troy Castro's "Her Husband's Hands" and Tom Crosshill's "Mama, We are Zhenya, Your Son" were finalists for the Best Short Story Nebula, while Jake Kerr's "The Old Equations" was nominated for Best Novella.
His work has appeared in various periodicals, podcasts and anthologies, including The Baltic Atlas, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Clarkesworld, The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine, Lightspeed, Nebula Awards Showcase 2016, Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, Sybil's Garage, and Writers of the Future Volume XXVI.

Sylvia Spruck Wrigley

In 2014, Matthew Kressel's "The Sounds of Old Earth" and Sylvia Spruck Wrigley's "Alive, Alive Oh" were both finalists for the Best Short Story Nebula.
Wrigley's short story "Alive, Alive Oh", published in the June 2013 issue of Lightspeed Magazine, was a nominee for the 2013 Nebula Award for Best Short Story.

Fantasy Magazine

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Wallace also published Lightspeed's sister companion Fantasy Magazine; Adams came on as editor of Fantasy Magazine with the March 2011 issue.
As of January 2012, Fantasy was merged into its sister Lightspeed, and John Joseph Adams replaced Sean Wallace as publisher.

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Some stories were nominated for the Theodore Sturgeon Award: Yoon Ha Lee's "Flower, Mercy, Needle, Chain" in 2011, Jake Kerr's "The Old Equations" in 2012, and Ken Liu's "The Bookmaking Habits of Select Species" in 2013

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Lightspeed is an American online fantasy and science fiction magazine edited and published by John Joseph Adams.

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Lightspeed also makes selected stories available as a free podcast, produced by Audie Award-winning editor Stefan Rudnicki.

Sean Wallace

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Lightspeed was founded and run as a science fiction magazine by publisher Sean Wallace of Prime Books with John Joseph Adams as editor.

Kickstarter

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This issue was funded via Kickstarter, earning $53,136 with an original goal of $5,000.

Hugo Award

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Lightspeed was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine in 2011 and 2012, and, 2013, and won the Hugo in 2014.

Nebula Award

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In 2010 two Lightspeed stories were finalists for the Nebula Award for Best Short Story: Adam-Troy Castro's "Arvies" and Vylar Kaftan's "I'm Alive, I Love You, I'll See You in Reno" and in 2011 "Amaryllis" by Carrie Vaughn was a finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Short story In 2011, Adam-Troy Castro's "Her Husband's Hands" and Tom Crosshill's "Mama, We are Zhenya, Your Son" were finalists for the Best Short Story Nebula, while Jake Kerr's "The Old Equations" was nominated for Best Novella.