LCRW 42. After all this time, here’s the answer? Or: a fabulous and topical new novella from Sarah Langan with a few more delights added.
This is the latest issue of our twice-annual zine — 25% of subscribers (not too many in warmer climes) choose the chocolate version — in which we have fictions, poetries, a cooking column (extra useful in these times), and sometimes a few odd other things.
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issue number 42, November 2020. ISSN 1544–7782. Ebook ISBN: 9781618731791. Text: Bodoni Book. Titles: Imprint MT Shadow. LCRW is (usually) published in June and November by Small Beer Press, 150 Pleasant St., #306, Easthampton, MA 01027 · firstname.lastname@example.org
· smallbeerpress.com/lcrw. twitter.com/smallbeerpress · Subscriptions: $20/4 issues. Please make checks to Small Beer Press. Library & institutional subscriptions are available through EBSCO. LCRW is available as a DRM-free ebook through weightlessbooks.com, &c. Contents © 2020 the authors. All rights reserved. Thank you authors, artists, and readers. In reasons to celebrate Frances Rowat's “Ink, and Breath, and Spring” (LCRW 40) will be reprinted in Rich Horton’s The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy,
2020 Edition; Sarah Pinsker’s collection Sooner or Later Everything Falls into the Sea: Stories
is a World Fantasy Award finalist and is back at the printer. Nathan Ballingrud's collection North American Lake Monsters
is being re-released in a TV tie-in edition for the new Hulu series based on it, Monsterland.
Please send submissions (we are always especially seeking weird and interesting work from women writers and writers of color), guideline requests, &c. to the address above. No Justice: No Peace.
About these Authors
Sarah Langan holds an MS in Environmental Toxicology from NYU and an MFA from Columbia University, and is a three-time recipient of the Bram Stoker Award. She’s the author of three previous novels, including The Keeper, a New York Times Editor’s Pick, and Good Neighbors, forthcoming from Atria in 2021.
Vandana Singh was born and raised mostly in New Delhi, India and currently lives in the United States near Boston, where she professes physics and writes. Her short stories have appeared in numerous venues and several Best of Year anthologies including the Best American Science Fiction & Fantasy and she is a recipient of the Carl Brandon Parallax award. She is the author of the ALA Notable book Younguncle Comes to Town and the short story collections The Woman Who Thought She Was a Planet and Other Stories and Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories.