Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet No. 46
By Kelly Link
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What is on the inside?
Short stories, four poems from Marge Piercy, and a cooking column because once I read a zine with a cooking column and loved it and I thought it would be fun and interesting to ask Nicole Kimberling to write one and I've been delighted to read her columns ever since.
Mark Rigney, True Songs of the Pennyrile
Gillian Daniels, You'll Never Get Away With This
Jennifer Skogen, A Fear and a Wish
Catherine Rockwood, Kleine Boot
Rachel Ayers, Snow's Kingdom
A.B. Young, Terracotta Urn
Chris Kammerud, Goodnight, My Love. Tonight's the Night.
Ellen Saunders, Baking a Traditional Funeral
S.E. Clark, The Fisherman's Braid
Marge Piercy, Four Poems
Nicole Kimberling, How to Provide Shelter From the World
Christine Larsen, October
Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet 46. December 2022. ISSN 1544-7782. Ebook ISBN: 9781618732101. Text: Bodoni Book. Titles: Imprint MT Shadow. LCRW is (usually) published in June and November [missing from these pages is something about the delay but it is so uninteresting: Gavin, writing this, is chronically ill, slow at everything, and looking at 2023 and hoping there'll be an improvement] by Small Beer Press, 150 Pleasant St., #306, Easthampton, MA 01027
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Contents © 2022 the authors. All rights reserved.
Cover illustration © by Christine Larsen (christinelarsenillustration.com).
About These Authors
Rachel Ayers lives in Alaska, where she writes and hosts shows for Sweet Cheeks Cabaret, daydreams, and stares at mountains. She has a Master's in Library and Information Science which comes in handy at odd hours. Her fiction has recently appeared in Metaphorosis and Radon Journal, and she is a regular contributor at Tor.com. She shares speculative poetry and flash fiction (and cat pictures) on her Patreon: patreon.com/richlayers.
S.E. Clark is a writer and an artist living in a town outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Her work is often inspired by the places and people around the North Shore and examines the relationship between the fantastical and the mundane. She runs Aprilarium.com, a home for haunted and honeyed work, and has been published in several magazines including Weird Horror, The South Shore Review and The Drum Literary Magazine. This is her second time appearing in LCRW.
Gillian Daniels' poetry and short fiction have appeared in Nightmare Magazine, Strange Horizons, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies, among more than thirty other publications. She was born in Des Moines, Iowa, grew up in Greater Cleveland, Ohio, and she now writes, works, and haunts the streets in the Greater Boston area of Massachusetts. She also makes comics and zines, searches out little-known horror and indie movies, and definitely wants to see pictures of your cat.