Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet #25

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Edward Gauvin provides a taster of his upcoming collection of French author Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud’s lovely, weird stories in “A City of Museums” and Chinese author Haihong Zhao translated her own award winning story, “Exuviation.” Apart from that, this issue contains no BHCPs, LLCs, manganates, managements, or manatees. Maybe next time. Fiction - Georges-Olivier Chateaureynaud, “A City of Museums” (translated by Edward Gauvin) - Jennifer Linnaea, “Fire-Marrow” - Ben Francisco, “This is Not Concrete” - Sean Adams, “The Famous Detective and His Telepathy Goggles” - Richard Gess, “Circumnavigation, With Dogs ” - Eilis O’Neal, “The Sleeper” - Richard Parks, “The Queen’s Reason” - Daniel Braum, “Music of the Spheres” - Sarah Tourjee, “The Problem With Strudel” - Thomas Israel Hopkins, “Elephants of the Platte” - Haihong Zhao, “Exuviation” Nonfiction - Gwenda Bond, “Dear Aunt Gwenda” - The Patient Writers Poetry - Susannah Mandel, “Box.” - Jeannine Hall Gailey, “Three Poems” - Christa Bergerson, “Heliotrope Hedgerow” Comic - Abby Denson, “Tales from Dolltopia: The Candies”

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Author Gavin J. Grant (editor)
Publisher Small Beer Press
Page Count 60pp
Publication Size 7 x 8.5
Publication Notes Saddle stitched, b/w
Publication Date Spring 2010
ISBN 000-0000000000

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