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Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet - No. 25 - Spring 2010
Edited by Gavin J. Grant, Kelly Link, Jedediah Berry, Michael J. DeLuca
Review by Sam Tomaino
Small Beer Press  ISBN/ITEM#: 1544-7782
Date: 24 May 2010

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Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet #25 is here with stories by Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud, Jennifer Linnaea, Ben Francisco, Sean Adams, Richard Gess, Eilis O’Neal, Richard Parks, Daniel Braum, Sarah Tourjee, Thomas Israel Hopkins, and Haqihong Zhao.

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Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet - No. 25 - Spring 2010
Made by Gavin J. Grant, Kelly Link, Jedediah Berry, Michael J. DeLuca
Small Beer Press, 150 Pleasant St., Easthampton, MA 01027
$5 per single issue or $20/4

Table of Contents:
Fiction:
A City of Museums by Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud (translated by Edward Gauvin)
Fire-Marrow by Jennifer Linnaea
This is Not Concrete by Ben Francisco
The Famous Detective and his Telepathy Goggles by Sean Adams
Circumnavigation, With Dogs by Richard Gess
The Sleeper by Eilis O'Neal
The Queen's Reason by Richard Parks
Music of the Spheres by Daniel Braum
The Problem With Strudel by Sarah Tourjee
Elephants of the Platte by Thomas Israel Hopkins
Exuviation by Haqihong Zhao
Nonfiction:
Dear Aunt Gwenda by Gwenda Bond
The Patient Writers (Contributors)
Poetry:
Box by Susannah Mandel
Three Poems by Jeannine Hall Gailey
Heliotrope Hedgerow by Christa Bergerson
Comic:
Tales from the Dolltopia: The Candies by Abby Denson

(Source: Small Beer Press)

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