Starting in March, Fantasy Magazine will be more like the fantasy version of Lightspeed

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Fantasy Magazine has been an online-only publication since 2007, when its print edition ended. But starting in March, it's going to be revamping its format to become more like its science-fiction-focused sister magazine, Lightspeed. They'll share the same editor, John Joseph Adams, and the same format. According to a press release sent out by publisher Prime Books:

Like Lightspeed, Fantasy will:

* Offer all of its content for free on the web
* Offer ebook editions of every issue of the magazine (including back issues)
* Publish four short stories a month (two originals and two reprints)
* Publish three nonfiction articles a month, closely tied to the fiction, plus one feature interview
* Publish two fiction podcasts a month, produced by award-winning producer and narrator Stefan Rudnicki
* Publish interviews with Fantasy Magazine authors (a/k/a "Author Spotlights")

Sean Wallace will stay on as publisher but won't be an editor any longer, and current co-editor Cat Rambo plans to spend more time on her writing.