Lackington’s Issue 7 (Summer 2015)

The stories in Issue 7 focus on “Skins,” which make us think about bodies, of course, but also shapeshifting, torture, disease, and sex. You’ll find seven tales in Issue 7 that touch on all of these in rich, transportive language.

Table of Contents


The Skinner of the Sky by M. Bennardo
(Artwork by Cherry Valance)

Kin, Painted by Penny Stirling
(Artwork by Likhain)

Facing the Wind by Mat Joiner
(Artwork by P. Emerson Williams)

The Glad Hosts by Rebecca Campbell
(Artwork by Random Dreaming)

She Shines Like a Moon by Pear Nuallak
(Artwork by Li Grabenstetter)

Sometimes Heron by Mari Ness
(Artwork by Stacy Nguyen)

Sang Rimau and the Medicine Woman by Nin Harris
(Artwork by Paula Arwen Owen)

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