LCRW 26 · December 2010 ·
After issue no. 25, NewPages said, "More, more, more please." SF Revu suggested, "If you want to support some very wonderful fiction, than subscribe to Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet." Esubs will be available very soon. And Mr. John Klima declared on Tor.com "The issue is filled with a bunch of names I don't know, but that's always been true. And while I like reading work from my favorite writers, I like uncovering new (either brand-new or new-to-me) writers, too." Which made us very happy as while we also very much enjoy our favorite writers we also love reading new (or new-to-us) writers.
This zine was almost published in October. And so nearly published in November. And here it is coming up to December and (insert chorus singing something striking but not at all holiday-like) and Lo! here it is. Eight stories: dread pirate ships, dread submersibles, dread sheds! Alice, Three-Hat Juan, and welders in love. Ted Chiang on folk biology. And a cover that should be reproduced on the side of a skyscraper. Yep, we liked it--hope you do, too.
All of this copiously illustrated with letters throughout. Sometimes as many as 2000 per page. Most arranged in forms known colloquially as "English."
No part of this zine was produced on a Freyfarm.
And now, the actual and real Table of Contents: