• Lackington’s Issue 5 (Winter 2015)
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    Lackington’s Issue 5 (Winter 2015) Ranylt Richildis et al.

    Issue 5 is our “Beldams” issue, which takes apart this harsh old word and reassembles it into a collection about mature women, nonconformity, and inner witches. It plays with collective stereotypes as well as discrete… More

  • Lackington’s Issue 19 (Spring 2019)
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    Lackington’s Issue 19 (Spring 2019) Ranylt Richildis et al.

    Every story is a journey, arguably, but we’ve gone and put together an entire issue devoted to “Voyages.” This collection features stories about trips to the moon (not onboard ships but on the backs… More

  • Lackington’s Issue 20 (Fall 2019)
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    Lackington’s Issue 20 (Fall 2019) Ranylt Richildis et al.

    Birds are perhaps the creatures we see most often in our day, whether we live in the country or city. Here’s an issue, then, devoted entirely to them. Some of the birds in these pages are our friends, some take their… More

  • Lackington’s Issue 21 (Spring 2020)
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    Lackington’s Issue 21 (Spring 2020) Ranylt Richildis et al.

    Full disclosure: we love our mixed drinks in these parts. So much so that, when friends of the magazine suggested we do a “Cocktails”-themed issue, we couldn’t say no. But we always strive to represent the broadest possible… More

  • Lackington’s Issue 1 (Winter 2014)
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    Lackington’s Issue 1 (Winter 2014) Ranylt Richildis et al.

    Our inaugural issue features seven stories that deal in some way with death. Read about undersea cities, dirigible interplanetary moths, cholera graveyards humming with memory, artful rebellion, and a sorority … More

  • Lackington’s Issue 15 (Summer 2017)
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    Lackington’s Issue 15 (Summer 2017) Ranylt Richildis et al.

    Here be diseases literal and metaphorical, mental and physical, some of which are lodged in a human system while others are lodged in systems on a grander scale. Some are speculative diseases that will raise more questions… More