The Treasury of the Fantastic David Sandner and Jacob Weisman et al.
The fantastic, the supernatural, the poetic, and the macabre entwine in this incomparable culmination of storytelling. Imaginative stories of wit and intelligence weave through vivid landscapes that are alternately… More
She Walks in Darkness Evangeline Walton
A gorgeous Tuscan villa harboring a terrible secret houses this beautifully harrowing adventure of ancient mystery and modern intrigue. Archaeologist Richard Keyes and his resourceful young bride, Barbara, are… More
Lackingtons Issue 11 (Summer 2016) Ranylt Richildis et al.
Our “Possessions” issue plays with more than one meaning of the term. Read stories about ownerships and their elaborations of control and greed, and read stories about invasions, too, when our own self … More
My Life, My Body Marge Piercy
In a candid and intimate new collection of essays, poems, memoirs, reviews, rants, and railerries, Marge Piercy discusses her own development as a working-class feminist, the highs and lows of TV culture, the ego dances… More
It Was Too Soon Before Dirk Vanden
It Was Too Soon Before is the autobiography of Richard Fullmer who wrote under the nom de plume Dirk Vanden. He was a serious novelist in the early days of the development of the gay literary genre. His first books were published–augmented… More
The Essential W. P. Kinsella W. P. Kinsella
This career retrospective celebrates the 80th birthday of baseball’s greatest scribe, W. P. Kinsella (Shoeless Joe), as well as the 25th anniversary of Field of Dreams, the film that he inspired. In addition to his… More
Lackington’s Issue 10 (Spring 2016) Ranylt Richildis et al.
Issue 10 proves that “Governments” aren’t all red tape and dry bureaucracy, but rather the links between all bodies, all wits, and the contexts for human passions.
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