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by Gavin J. Grant
Welcome to our
teensy, but genteel and somewhat refined spot on the web.
of fiction and sometimes fancy (but usually plain).
There's a Best
of (So Far) available from Del Rey—more here.
is a paper-based fiction (&c) delivery system
which is published twice a year.
at the printer.
paper edition will mail out next week to subscribers
(although some of that will depend on the chocolate
mailing) and stores. DRM-free PDF ebook($4) is available
Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet Number 24
This zine was made in the spring and
summer of 2009 by Gavin J. Grant, Kelly Link, Jedediah
Berry, Michael J. DeLuca, Sara Majka, Paul Bozzo,
Kristen Evans, and Faune Albert, and put back from
June to July by the best reason Gavin & Kelly
have ever had: Ursula Annabel Link Grant, born February
23rd, 2009. Our deepest thanks go to everyone at Baystate
Medical Center and the Ronald McDonald House in Springfield,
Alexander Lamb, "Eleven Orchid Street"
Liz Williams, "Dusking"
Jasmine Hammer, "Tornado Juice"
J. W. M. Morgan, "Superfather"
Dicky Murphy, "The Magician's Umbrella"
Alissa Nutting, "Leave the Dead to the Living"
Eve Tushnet, "A Story Like Mine"
Dennis Danvers, "The Broken Dream Factory"
Anya Groner, "The Magician's Keeper"
Gwenda Bond, "Dear Aunt Gwenda"
Neile Graham, "Machrie Moore"
Marina Rubin, "Bordeaux, And Other Mysteries"
Abby Denson, "Heady's Crush"
Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet Number 23
Made by Gavin J. Grant, Kelly Link,
Jedediah Berry, Kendall Diane Richmond, Michael J.
DeLuca, Sara Majka, Danielle Baldassini, and Anna
Read a preview.
Nick Wolven, "The
Kat Meads, "The Emily(s) Debate the Impact of
Reclusive on Life, Art, Family, Community and Pets"
Susan Wardle, "The Chance"
Alex Wilson, "A Wizard of MapQuest"
Jodi Lynn Villers, "In the Name of the Mother"
Daniel Lanza, "Holden Caulfield Doesn’t
Kirstin Allio, "Marie and Roland"
William Alexander, "Ana’s Tag"
Mark Rich, "The Leap"
Angela Slatter, "The Girl With No Hands"
Ted Chiang, "The
Problem of the Traveling Salesman"
Kim Parko, "Sailor," "Shiny
Christa Bergerson, "Heliotrope Hedgerow"
Abby Denson, "Jingle Love"
Rosebud Wristlet Number 22
Still $5. (Unless you order the $10 version.)
Read a preview.
Charlie Anders, Becca De La Rosa, Kristine Dikeman,
Carol Emshwiller, Alex Dally MacFarlane, Maureen F.
McHugh, Jeremie McKnight, Mark Rigney, David J. Schwartz,
Jodi Lynn Villers, Caleb Wilson, Cara Spindler, Miriam
Abby Denson, Michael DeLuca
Derek Ford, Cover Art
2007 · $5
This is what this
issue is mostly comprised of:
Alice Sola Kim, Adam Ares, Matthew Cheney,
Stephanie Brady Tharpe, Jeannette Westwood, Kirstin
Allio, Brian Conn, Benjamin Parzybok, Corie Ralston,
Lauren Bartel, Two Poems
Gwenda Bond, Dear Aunt Gwenda
Mamoru Masuda, A Primer on New Wave and Speculative
Fiction in Japan
Suzanne Baumann, The Blokes of Ball Point
Abby Denson, The Mysterious Mr. M.
June 2007 · $5
· Approximately 30 sheets of paper, printed
on each side and folded making 30 pages of Good Stuff
all in glorious technicolor black & white.
Anil Menon, Edward McEneely, Steven Bratman, Michael
Hartford, M. Brock Moorer, Laura Evans, Amelia Beamer,
Meghan McCarron. Jon Hansen
Joy Fowler — The
Neile Graham, Rose Black, David Blair
A rose is a rose by any other tablature.
was a Hugo finalist in 2007: yay!
is a zine that:
tried and failed to
make a third issue appear
with a color cover and perfect binding and may at
some point return to it
has had fiction, poetry,
and nonfiction reprinted in The Zine Yearbook
and The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror
is, at 68 pages, too
thick for this saddle-stitched (i.e. stapled) format
comes with chocolate
(we wish more magazines would come with chocolate)
is black and white
and well read, misread, and unread all over
loves cafes and sometimes
disappears for days
is printed in 10 point
Bodoni, a surprisingly good early type choice for
its combination of space-saving aspects and high readability
would benefit from
is loved and no doubt
hated with equal fervor but for the most part is unknown
keeps coming out, even
after all these long years since 1996. [Wait,
that isn't so long, geologically. It's only long in
politics, movie ticket prices, and software terms.]
sells ad space, which
is a pretty funny concept
somewhat wackily has
published a story
by at least one New York Times bestseller
will no doubt produce
a book sometime
stops us working on
would love to be in
has queried distros
and found that a zine/lit journal thingy thing is
not high on their list of wants. [Huh.]
always keeps busy,
even while waiting, waiting.