The Lincoln Underground - A quarterly literary magazine in Lincoln, Nebraska
 
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Back issues are also available for half price ($2.50 each). Unfortunately, our Winter 2012 and Winter 2013 issues are sold out, but copies of all other back issues are still available.          
 
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    The Lincoln Underground
    P. O. Box 80511
    Lincoln, NE 68501
     
or via Paypal payment to thelincolnunderground@gmail.com
 

 
               Issues will be published and mailed at the following times:
               
  Winter 2015 Issue - late January 2015
  Spring 2015 Issue - late March 2015
  Summer 2015 Issue - late June 2015
  Autumn 2015 Issue - late September 2015 


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Past & Present Issues of The Lincoln Underground:
 
 
   Inaugural Issue - Winter 2012    
                          
 
 
Spring 2012 Issue:
Both Sides of Love, Danger, & Revolution
            
 
 
Summer 2012 Issue:
We've All Got Our Stories to Tell
 
 
 
Autumn 2012 Issue:
Fearsome Tales & Warm Reassurance
 
 
 
 
Winter 2013 Issue:
On Love, New Beginnings & the Creative Life
 
 
 
Spring 2013 Issue:
Our Friends, Our Families, Ourselves
 
 
 
 
Summer 2013 Issue:
Dreams & Responsibilities
Plus... Haiku Contest Winners!
 
 
 
Autumn 2013 Issue:
These Words Thwart Bullies
and Transcend Hopelessness
 
 


Winter 2014 Issue:
Loving, Leaving & Starting Over
with Sestinas!





Spring 2014 Issue:
Our Fairytales & Our Realities



Summer 2014 Issue:
The Questions (& Answers!) Are Blowin' in the Wind
Plus... Haikus!



Autumn 2014 Issue:
Sleeping, Dreaming & Nightmares




The Phantom Issue 2014:
(a surprise bonus issue!)



Winter 2015 Issue:
Finding Our Futures in Our Histories