Book List:27 titles

  • In LCRW 39 your neighbor’s secrets are exposed. Yours too, sorry. Whereas in this one if it the pure fictive product poured upon the page, dried in the sun, and brought to you by the lovely people at your local indie bookstore. Then we take that dr...


  • This electronical edition was shot into the sky, bounced off the moon, and floated gently into the internet. There are names you may know and, excitingly, names you may not. This zine: always and forever a good read. Here: Two Poems. There: Three...


  • 2 x 18. 3 x 12. 4 x 9. 6 x 6. There are many ways to look at or approach the number 36. It is a square and therefore seemingly as far from a prime number as it is possible to get. (37 is a prime: so the previous statement sounds interesting, but is w...


  • THE INAUGURAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE'S MOST PROMISING NEW VOICES"A welcome addition to the run of established short story annuals, promising good work to come." *Kirkus Reviews*Many writers who are household name...


  • Behind the Mask is a multi-author collection with stories by award-winning authors Kelly Link, Cat Rambo, Carrie Vaughn, Seanan McGuire, Lavie Tidhar, Sarah Pinsker, Keith Rosson, Kate Marshall, Chris Large and others. It is partially a prose nod to...



  • There are no ghostly bumps in the night, no loud noises, no cheap shot surprises to knock you out your seat. Instead: stories and poetry — so much excellent poetry! — that knock all the dust off your edges, the pencil off your table, the crown of...


  • Guest edited by Michigan writer Michael J. DeLuca, LCRW #33 approaches its theme of humanity's relationship with the earth with a little humor, a touch of horror, and seventeen different kinds of understanding. Includes multiple award winner Sofia Sa...






  • We kick off this issue with A. B. Robinson’s amazing “Sonnet Crown for Third Officer Ripley.” Then there are stories of beasties and strange places and stranger people; long, long journeys; and questions, so many questions. Also: Nicole Kimberli...


  • She has been hailed by Michael Chabon as “the most darkly playful voice in American fiction” and by Neil Gaiman as “a national treasure.” Now Kelly Link’s eagerly awaited new collection -- her first for adult readers in a decade -- proves i...


  • We’re almost sure this issue of LCRW is made up of more than a 100,000 letters and can guarantee that most are in the right place. Two huge stories anchor the issue, Nicole Kimberling explains that CSA means Crazy-Sexy Agriculture, and zombie horde...




  • With the thirtieth issue, LCRW—(maybe? probably? perhaps, for now?) the only zine named after Winston Churchill’s mother—changes everything. We turn blue into tree. We make electricity solid. We publish stories that shake the world so hard it t...




  • In the first major YA steampunk anthology, fourteen top storytellers push the genre's mix of sci-fi, fantasy, history, and adventure in fascinating new directions. Imagine an alternate universe where romance and technology reign. Where tinkerers a...


  • When the zombie apocalypse comes, it''s not just those crusty old folks who will struggle against the undead, it''s the young people. What happens when you come of age during the zombie apocalypse? Z: Zombie Stories has the answer to that question. Z...


  • A girl who eats dreams, a woman who chooses the apes, and a barbarian hero rendered as a collage. These are just a few of the people readers first met online thanks to the explosion of Webzines. Ellen Datlow, editor of Omni Online, Event Horizon, an...





  • For twenty years this award-winning compilation has been the nonpareil benchmark against which all other annual fantasy and horror collections are judged. Directed first by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling and for the past four years by Datlow and Kel...


  • AN ENTIRE VILLAGE takes up residence in a woman's handbag. A man becomes convinced that his dead wife is having an affair. A family moves to their dream house in the suburbs, where gradually everything they have becomes haunted. The mundane mingles w...


  • “Fabulous tales.”—The Washington Post“No unblinkered, gloveless reader can resist the stream of associations unleashed by Ford’s story and the rest of Trampoline: influences as disparate as science fiction, magic realism, pulp, and Twilight...