Lackington’s Issue 6 (Spring 2015)

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Issue 6, our “Seas” issue, features tales set on (and in) the vast deep, but not all great expanses are wet. Read stories about kelp forests, conch-shell palaces, selkie secret-agents, spider caravans, fountains of youth, and an excerpt from Michael Cisco’s language-as-sea novel, UNLANGUAGE.

Table of Contents

Foreword

The Whale of Penlan Tork, by Steven Earnshaw

Spider Moves the World, by Dominik Parisien

The Selkie, by David K. Yeh

Ambergris, or The Sea-Sacrifice, by Rhonda Eikamp

Littoral Drift, by L.S. Johnson

Excerpt from UNLANGUAGE, by Michael Cisco

Tomasz Wieja (cover illustration) is an illustrator, photographer, and art director based in Poland. A graduate of Fotoacademie Rotterdam, he combines studio and location photography with photomanipulation in order to seek out new undiscovered realities. His work has been exhibited in galleries in the Netherlands and Poland, printed in the prestigious GUPNew Yearbook, and nominated for the Dutch Photo Academy Award. He currently makes up part of the Treslettres Collective.

Many thanks to the talented artists who drew interior art for this issue: Carrion House, Galen Dara, Likhain, Gregory St. John, Cherry Valance, and Kat Weaver.

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