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LJLaser Jet (Hewlett Packard)
LJLive Journal (website/service)
LJLibrary Journal (periodical)
LJLjubljana, Slovenia (license plate)
LJLarry Johnson (basketball player)
LJLa Jolla
LJLoja (Portuguese: store; postal usage)
LJLong Jump
LJLeBron James (basketball player)
LJLearning Journey (Singapore)
LJLord Justice
LJLinux Journal
LJLittle John
LJLowenstein-Jensen
LJLife Jacket
LJLashkar i Jhangvi
LJLine Judge (football)
LJLove Jones (band)
LJLeroy Jenkins (composer/musician)
LJLuke Jackson (NBA Player)
LJLight Jockey (gaming)
LJLichtjahr (German: lightyear)
LJLapse in Judgment
LJLaskar Jihad (Indonesian terrorist group)
LJLos Juimos (Chilean slang: off we go)
LJLewiston Journal
LJLegendary Jedi (Dark Forces 2: Jedi Knight Clan)
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In the 1980s, science fiction became more accepted, and the Lichtjahr anthologies began to appear bringing Anglo-American authors to the East German reading public as German authors begin to produce novels that meet "the high international standards of the genre" (178).
New publications besides those of Alexander Kroger include Karl Heinz Tuschel's Der Mann von IDEA (1996), the Steinmullers' Spera (2004), the last edition of the East German almanac Lichtjahr (1997), edited by Erik Simon and Olaf Spittel, as well as collections by Gerd Frey (Dunkle Sonne, 2003) and Erik Simon (Sternbilder--Simon's Fiction 1, 2002 and Mondmysterien--Simon's Fiction 2, 2003) as well as Simon's Reisen yon Zeit zu Zeit--Simon's Fiction 3 (2004) with Reinhard Heinrich.
"100 Zeilen zur DDR-SE" Lichtjahr 7 (1999): 120-122.