Leading Edge, Issue 68

Title: Leading Edge, Issue 68
Series: Leading Edge
Number in Series: 68 (sixty-eight)
Author(s): see below
Editor(s): Leah Welker
Cover Artist: Katie Wald
Interior Artist(s): Kate Brindley, Corinna Caldron, Deborah Goldberg, John Hinderlifter, Ashley Sanborn, Katie Wald
Language: English
Publisher: Leading Edge Magazine
Published: March 2016
ISSN: 1049-5983
ISBN-10: 1530828546
ISBN-13: 9781530828548
Staff List:
   Editor in Chief: Leah Walker
   Managing Editors: Hayley Brooks, Adam McLain
   Senior Editors: Liz Blodgett, Loretta Farnsworth, Bella Hansen, Heather White
   Editors: Nicole Boden, Josh Felix, Baylee Vasquez
   Senior Acquisitions Editor: Emma Snow, Jerrica Stevens, Rachel Tietjen
   Acquisition Editors: Lauren Allred, Lori-Ann Drecketts, John Gibbons, Mariah Gibbons, Daniel Gonzales, Rachel Hickey, Holly Hudgens, Alex Hugie, Laci Player, Gavin, Vansteeter, Tianna Welker
   Production Manager: Lesli Mortensen
   Designers: Jon Blackman, Heidi Bonham, Thalia Pope
   Fiction Director: Heather White
   Poetry Director: Bryan Hall
   Nonfiction Director: Liz Blodgett
   Art Director: Deborah Goldberg
   Faculty Advisor: Alan Manning
   Associate Editor: Mackenzie Smith
   Scalpel Font: Héctor del Amo
   Logo Design: Johanna Taylor
   “Letter from the Editor” by Leah Walker
   “Charming” by Kirstie Olley
   “Athon’s Song” poem by Miriam King
   “Loneliness in a Cold Wind” by Richard Wolkomir
   “Holding Fire in the Deep” poem by Mark C. Childs
   “Destiny” by Forest Taylor
   “Earth & Ice” by Leah E. Welker
   “AI” poem by Lynn Buchanan
   “Twenty Minutes to Mars” by Samuel Kabakoff
   “Author Interview of Dave Butler” by Liz Blodgett
   “Review of The Extraordinary Journeys of Clockwork Charlie: The Kidnap Plot” by Liz Blodgett
   “How Nerd Are You?” quiz by staff
   “Daughter of Man (Part 2 of 4)” by Michela Hunter
   “Exploration of Craft” by Lynn Buchanan
   “Ghosts Don’t Count” by Julia Jeffery
   “Cursed (or Blessed?) to Tell the Truth” by Nathaniel Keenan
   “Eclipsed” by Neal Silvester
   “The Author’s Daughter” by Loretta R.P. Farnsworth

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