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Electric Velocipede #19 Winter 2009
Edited by John Klima
Cover Artist: T. Davidsohn
Review by Sam Tomaino
Electric Velocipede  ISBN/ITEM#: 1949-2030
Date: 28 January 2010

Links: Electric Velocipede / Show Article /

Electric Velocipede #19 is here with stories by Mark Teppo, Jonathan Brandt, Erin Hoffman, Kjell Williams, Ken Scholes, A.C. Wise, Celia Martin, and L. Michael Markham, along with poetry, recipes and an interview with Elizabeth Bear.

From official release/information:

Electric Velocipede #19 Winter 2009
$7 single issue; $12 double issue, 4-issue subscription $25 prices slightly higher outside U.S.
PO Box 266, Bettendorf, IA 52722

Table of Contents:

    The Lost Technique of Blackmail by Mark Teppo (fiction)
    Retired Shapeshifters by Beth Langsford (poetry)
    Frayed by Jonathan Brandt (fiction)
    Darkest Amber by Erin Hoffman (fiction)
    Kimono Monochrome at Midnight by Linda Ann Strang (poetry)
    Life at the Edge of Nowhere by Kjell Williams (fiction)
    The Boy Who Could Bend and Fall by Ken Scholes (fiction)
    A Mouse Ran Up the Clock by A.C. Wise (fiction)
    My Past Lives by Beth Langford (poetry)
    Nightlight by Celia Martin (fiction)
    When the lamps are lit by K.J. Bishop (poetry)
    De Orso Meo Ad Veneficum by L. Michael Markham (fiction)
    Sampling the Aspic: Soup to Nuts by Penelope Shea (non-fiction)
    Blindfold Taste Test by Elizabeth Bear (non-fiction)
    Contributors
    A Remembrance of the Future

(Source: Electric Velocipede)

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