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LCRW 23 By Gavin Grant
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In this 23rd issue of LCRW, there are stories from Nick Wolven, Kat Meads, Susan Wardle, Alex Wilson, Jodi Lynn Villers, Daniel Lanza, Kirstin Allio, William Alexander, Mark Rich, &... More > Angela Slatter; poetry from Kim Parko & Christa Bergerson; Abby Denson's regular comic; & a standout nonfiction piece from Ted Chiang, "The Problem of the Traveling Salesman." Anna Sears & Chris Nakashima-Brown provide spot illustrations. Kevin Huizenga drew the celebratory cover. LCRW 23 was made in the autumn of 2008 by Gavin J. Grant, Kelly Link, Jedediah Berry, Kendall Diane Richmond, Michael J. DeLuca, Sara Majka, Danielle Baldassini, & Anna Brenner. ISSN 1544-7782. Text in Bodoni Book. Titles in Gloucester MT Extra Condensed. Contents © the authors. All rights reserved. This edition printed by Lulu.com. LCRW usually appears in June & November from Small Beer Press, 150 Pleasant St., Easthampton, MA 01027 · info@lcrw.net lcrw.net/lcrw  Thanks for reading.< Less
LCRW 22 By Gavin Grant
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The latest issue of LCRW, No.22, has stories from Maureen F. McHugh, Carol Emshwiller, Cara Spindler, Charlie Anders, and many others, as well as poetry from Eileen Gunn, Gwenda Bond's column, Dear... More > Aunt Gwenda, and comics by Michael J. DeLuca and Abby Denson. Cover art is by Derek Ford. This perfectbound edition sits nicely in the hand, (could) match LCRW 21 on your shelf, and is set in slightly larger type than the stapled version (12 point instead of 10 point).< Less
LCRW 23 By Gavin Grant
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In this 23rd issue of LCRW, there are stories from Nick Wolven, Kat Meads, Susan Wardle, Alex Wilson, Jodi Lynn Villers, Daniel Lanza, Kirstin Allio, William Alexander, Mark Rich, &... More > Angela Slatter; poetry from Kim Parko & Christa Bergerson; Abby Denson's regular comic; & a standout nonfiction piece from Ted Chiang, "The Problem of the Traveling Salesman." Anna Sears & Chris Nakashima-Brown provide spot illustrations. Kevin Huizenga drew the celebratory cover. LCRW 23 was made in the autumn of 2008 by Gavin J. Grant, Kelly Link, Jedediah Berry, Kendall Diane Richmond, Michael J. DeLuca, Sara Majka, Danielle Baldassini, & Anna Brenner. ISSN 1544-7782. Text in Bodoni Book. Titles in Gloucester MT Extra Condensed. Contents © the authors. All rights reserved. This edition printed by Lulu.com. LCRW usually appears in June & November from Small Beer Press, 150 Pleasant St., Easthampton, MA 01027 · info@lcrw.net lcrw.net/lcrw  Thanks for reading.< Less
LCRW 21 By Gavin Grant
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LCRW is Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet is a twice-yearly zine is now a paperback if you want it to be. This is issue 21, the first to appear here. It has stories from Alice Sola Kim, Matthew... More > Cheney, Kirstin Allio, Brian Conn, Carol Emshwiller, and others, as well as poetry from Lauren Bartel and Gwenda Bond's column Dear Aunt Gwenda. There are comics by Suzanne Baumann and Abby Denson and a haunting cover by Tatsuro Kiuchi.< Less
LCRW 22 By Gavin Grant
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The latest issue of LCRW, No.22, has stories from Maureen F. McHugh, Carol Emshwiller, Cara Spindler, Charlie Anders, and many others, as well as poetry from Eileen Gunn, Gwenda Bond's column, Dear... More > Aunt Gwenda, and comics by Michael J. DeLuca and Abby Denson. Cover art is by Derek Ford. This perfectbound edition sits nicely in the hand, (could) match LCRW 21 on your shelf, and is set in slightly larger type than the stapled version (12 point instead of 10 point).< Less
LCRW 21 By Gavin Grant
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LCRW is Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet is a twice-yearly zine is now a paperback if you want it to be. This is issue 21, the first to appear here. It has stories from Alice Sola Kim, Matthew... More > Cheney, Kirstin Allio, Brian Conn, Carol Emshwiller, and others, as well as poetry from Lauren Bartel and Gwenda Bond's column Dear Aunt Gwenda. There are comics by Suzanne Baumann and Abby Denson and a haunting cover by Tatsuro Kiuchi.< Less