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Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet – No. 20 – June 2007 by Gavin J Grant & Kelly Link
Edited by Gavin J Grant & Kelly Link
Cover Artist: Nathaniel Meyer
Review by Sam Tomaino
 ISBN/ITEM#: 15447782
Date: 01 July 2007 / Show Article /

Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet No. 20 is what it sounds like, delicate, little, introspective pieces of fiction, non-fiction & poetry. There are some nice little pieces here by Marly Youmans, Anil Menon, Edward McEneely, Karen Joy Fowler and others.

From official release/information:

Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet – No. 20 – June 2007. ISSN 1544-7782.
Small Beer Press. 176 Prospect Ave., Northampton. MA 01060
E-mail – info@lcrw.nwt – website – lcrw.net/lcrw. $5 single issue - $20/4 Editors: Gavin J Grant & Kelly Link

Table of Contents: Fiction:

  • Prologomenon to the Adventures of Childe Phoenix by Marly Youmans
  • Invisible Hand by Anil Menon
  • Consider the Snorklepine by Edward McEneely
  • Under the Skin by Steven Bratman
  • The Oologist's Cabinet by Michael Hartford
  • The Third Kind of Darkness by M. Brock Moorer
  • Workshop by Laura Evans
  • Krishnaware by Amelia Beamer
  • I'll Give In by Meghan McCarron
  • In the Lobby of the Mission Palms by Jon Hansen
  • The Last Worders by Karen Joy Fowler Nonfiction:
  • The Tattoos I Don't Have by Neile Graham
  • Westness Walk by Neile Graham
  • The Secretary by Rose Black
  • Five Poems by David Blair Poetry:
  • Dear Aunt Gwenda by Gwenda Bond
  • Eleven Things by William Smith
  • The Entertainers
  • Da, da de, da: Dah! Cover - Nathaniel Meyer

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