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An Occasional Outburst, an arrow shot into the future, a harbinger. Edited since 1996 by Gavin J. Grant and Kelly Link. LCRW contributors include many writers whose names you may know (Karen Joy Fowler, Ursula K. Le Guin, Molly Gloss, Carol Emshwiller, Jeffrey Ford, Ted Chiang) and many more whose name you may not — and that there finding and reading unfamiliar voices is one of the joys of existence.

We like reading short stories and eating chocolate and are very happy to supply the best in both to readers. And, er, chocolate eaters. Does this read clearly? No. Fortunately we have better writers in the zine than we (by “we” I mean me, Gavin) have writing about the zine.

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 11

    Theodora Goss, Neil Williamson, Sarah Monette, John Rubins, Christine Klingbiel, Minsoo Kang, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Molly Gloss, L. Timmel Duchamp, Leslie Burmeister, William Smith, Nan Fry, David Moles, Kathryn Cramer, Mark Rich

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 10

    Brian Conn, Steven Bratman, Barbara Krasnoff, Greg van Eekhout, Jeffrey Ford, Barbara Gilly, Geoffrey H. Goodwin, Amber van Dyk, Christopher Barzak, Charles Coleman Finlay, L. Timmel Duchamp, William Smith

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 9

    Eliot Fintushel, Tim Pratt, Mark Rich, Beth Adele Long, Gay Partington Terry, Leslie What, Amy Beth Forbes, Barbara Gilly, Christopher Rowe, Mark Rudolph, Darrell Schweitzer, Theodora Goss, L. Timmel Duchamp, Margaret Muirhead, William Smith

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 8

    No. 8 June 2001 Not a quiet little number. No flab — despite a long winter spent reading zines and eating bon bons. Coming with a chocolate bar if you subscribed at Level 3 (does that sound like Multi-Level Marketers or Dianetiscists?). But Level 3 is, happily, the most popular level. Maybe it’ll catch on and […]

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 7

    Jeffrey Ford, Ellen Klages, John Trey, James Sallis, and the usual exceptional extras: the list of my recent breakfasts (powered and non-powered), possible futures for ex-presidential candidates, and last but not least, well, maybe it was, but I’ve gone and forgotten it.

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 6

    Dan Cashman, Karen Joy Fowler, Gavin J. Grant, Nalo Hopkinson, Kelly Link, James Sallis, Sir Walter Scott, Lucy Snyder

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 5

    volume 3, number 2 Poetry, Fictions, Essays, Art and so on and so forth, the usual mix of eclectica. Introduction In the underworld there are places that are dark, scary, some few resemble tales in this zine. None of them resemble Hiroshima or Nagasaki in August 1945. None of them are bright with the light […]

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 4

    Poetry, Fictions, Essays, Art and so on and so forth, the usual mix of eclectica.

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 3

    We had this issue fact-checked as a favor to our lawyers after the debacle with Hilaire Belloc issue one, this was their report.

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 2

    volume 1, number 2 summer 1997 Poetry, Fictions, Essays, Art and so on and so forth, the usual mix of eclectica. Our second issue contained fiction by award winning authors and damn funny writers, someday perhaps I’ll actually get some of it up here. Perhaps you should bookmark this and come back in a bit, say a year, […]

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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 1

    Issue 1, number 1 winter 1996 – 1997 The 26-page first issue of Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet was produced through the auspices of certain large and charitable corporations in an edition of 26 copies or so. Most were given to contributors or sold at Avenue Victor Hugo Bookshop. A reprint (in our by-then-standard half-legal size) was […]

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