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Issue 17 (Spring 2018) – Gothics

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Issue 16 (Fall 2017) – Trades

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An Interview with Steve Toase

We’re celebrating the launch of our Gothics issue by finding out what it is about the Gothic that appeals to our authors, and what inspired their Issue 17 stories. Lackington’s: … Continue reading

May 22, 2018

An Interview with Arkady Martine

We’re celebrating the launch of our Gothics issue by finding out what it is about the Gothic that appeals to our authors, and what inspired their Issue 17 stories. Lackington’s: … Continue reading

May 8, 2018

An Interview with Premee Mohamed

We’re celebrating the launch of our Gothics issue by finding out what it is about the Gothic that appeals to our authors, and what inspired their Issue 17 stories. Lackington’s: … Continue reading

April 30, 2018

An Interview with Kate Heartfield

We’re celebrating the launch of our Gothics issue by finding out what it is about the Gothic that appeals to our authors, and what inspired their Issue 17 stories. Lackington’s: … Continue reading

April 30, 2018

Issue 17 Table of Contents

We’re beyond excited to present our “Gothics” issue, containing a record nine stories—including a collaborative tale by five past contributors. This “exquisite corpse” piece was crafted in sequence by Mike … Continue reading

April 30, 2018

Issue 16 Table of Contents

At 98 pages, our “Trades” issue is our largest yet. This collection is devoted to the glories and pitfalls of labour, to the celebration of expertise, and to the worker, full … Continue reading

April 30, 2018

Issue 16 Foreword

Labour consumes us, exhausts us, exalts us, and defines us—for better or worse—so why not produce a Lackington’s issue devoted to the theme of occupations, seen through a speculative lens? … Continue reading

April 30, 2018

Lamplighter’s Eve, by Kate Dollarhyde

“Biyya alt bas Anya, you kneel before the heads of the Merchant’s Conclave bound by wrist and ankle, a disgrace to your family’s trading company and to our collective industry.” … Continue reading

April 30, 2018

Original Order, by Natalie Ritter

i. context; or, the information needed to understand the significance of a record The dead were in mourning, which made it a wretched time for the living to ask for … Continue reading

April 30, 2018