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New ish slowly
slides out across the land. Subscription, contributor, &
most store copies are sort of out. Chocolate this time was a
mix of Dolfin bars.
Now on the site: columns from L.Timmel
Duchamp and Ms. Gwenda
Posted a new subscription
Good lord: we're selling
Leslie What, Tim Pratt,
David Blair, E.L. Chen, Susan Mosser, Karina Sumner-Smith, &c.
There will be largesse.
There will be bonuses. There will be little mice harmonising
in the gutters. There will be fruit, there will be vegetables,
there will be a whole farmer's market between the pages. Fear
of the number -- the issue -- thirteen forces us to overcompensate.
Hopefully the subscribers
will keep renewing and new ones will appear and our lovely saddle-stapled
zine will morph into a the perfectbound, color-covered zine
as we've been forever considering.
A new issue is here. If you steal them from a shop you can get
them while they're hot. Otherwise, get them here.
Not a lot of zine
reviews this time, bummer. We are running up against the
margins every time, recently. (And the deadlines, too.)
Out on the horizon there
is a dot. Is it the United States warmachine? Economic recovery?
Good fiction neatly packaged? Stories, stories, stories. When
terrorists, left homeless by US aggression, strike, at least
we will have our stories.
Sarah Monette's story "Three
Letters from the Queen of Elfland" won the 2003 Gaylactic Spectrum
Award! Congratulations Sarah!
Flying out from us to you now:
the 3-D Zinestravaganza know as Little Crawlers' Rotunda-Wear
(what?) starring such border-walkers as Theodora
Goss, Neil Williamson, Benjamin Rosenbaum, and Molly Gloss,
our regular columnists, L. Timmel Duchamp and William Smith,
and throughout art from Mr. Mark Rich.
Specially warm hello to Figurehead Bush, the
warhungry sumbitch. "The
Rapid Advance of Sorrow" by Theodora Goss and
Faraway" by Minsoo Kang are now online at Fantastic
Jeffrey Ford and Christopher Barzak return to
our pages (while William Smith and Timmi Duchamp continue their
columns), along with Steven Bratman, Barbara Krasnoff, Brian
Conn, Greg van Eekhout, Geoffrey H. Goodwin, Amber van Dyk,
and Charles Coleman Finlay.
No.9 -- Zine
No.8 -- Zine
reviews, alphabetical, one music review
No.7 -- Prisons
No.6 -- what? Nothing online?
And sold out. Pa.
No.5 -- Read: A
Mad Tea Party - Chris Barzak; Other
Agents by Richard Butner.
Lady Churchill's Rosebud
Wristlet is published
twice a year by:
Small Beer Press
150 Pleasant St., #306
Easthampton, MA 01027
Please make checks payable to Small Beer Press.
Places you can run into us:
We did an event
outside the tinted pages (Quimby's, June 1, 2004). More maybe
of this kind of thing to come, if we get it together. ("We
think it's so groovy now, that people are starting to get it
Have a look at Kelly Link's calendar
and join us monthly at KGB. (Notes
toward a proper SBP calendar.)
We have subscribers in the
US, the UK, South Korea, Australia, Japan, and Norway!
LCRW should be in these shops (or you can use
Books, Baltimore, MD
San Francisco, CA
Books, Northampton, MA
Downtown News & Books, Asheville, NC
Pandemonium, Cambridge, MA
Powell's, Portland, OR
Iowa City, IA
Quimby's, Chicago, IL
A Room of One's Own,
Media, Lexington, KY
St. Mark's Bookshop,
Mark V. Ziesing,
and also distributed by Last Gasp
You want t-shirts, mouse-pads, aprons(?), &c?
Try some of these: LCRW,
Mount, & Report
to the Men's Club.
A page of reviews
from other people. Not only of this fine literary product, but
of some other small beer press stuff too. You know, the chapbooks,
the books, the t-shirts (still waiting on a review of those,
to tell the truth), the mugs (same again), that lovely little
catalog we did.
And don't miss our sponsors
page. Step up to the plate, sponsor a small press today, like
these good folks are doing!