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The Best of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet

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The Best of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet

By Kelly Link (Editor); Gavin Grant (Editor); Dan Chaon (Introduction by)

Del Rey Books, Paperback, 9780345499134, 387pp.

Publication Date: August 28, 2007

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Description
Unexpected tales of the fantastic, & other odd musings by Nalo Hopkinson Karen Joy Fowler Karen Russell Jeffrey Ford among many others
Contains STORIES by the AMAZING Jeffrey Ford, the FABULOUS Karen Joy Fowler, the UNLIKELY Kelly Link, the THRILLING Nalo Hopkinson, the SHOCKINGLY GOOD Karen Russell, the UNNERVING James Sallis, and dozens of UNCANNY others, as well as USEFUL lists of many kinds and STRAIGHT-SHOOTING advice from Aunt Gwenda.
Edited by Kelly Link & Gavin J. Grant
Introduction by Dan Chaon.


About the Author
Kelly Link is the author of the collections Get in Trouble, Stranger Things Happen, Magic for Beginners, and Pretty Monsters. She and Gavin J. Grant have co-edited a number of anthologies, including multiple volumes of The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror and, for young adults, Monstrous Affections. She is the co-founder of Small Beer Press. Her short stories have been published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, The Best American Short Stories, and Prize Stories: The O. Henry Awards. She has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Link was born in Miami, Florida. She currently lives with her husband and daughter in Northampton, Massachusetts.


Praise For The Best of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet

Praise for LADY CHURCHILL’S ROSEBUD WRISTLET

“Tiny but celebrated.”
–The Washington Post

“Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet never fails to hook me.”
–New Pages

“What is in this container?” Is it “dwarves and faeries and hobgoblins sitting around drinking mead out of acorns?” Or “post-nuclear holocaust cannibal mutants with a taste for sexy college students?” Perhaps it’s something even more sinister, some sort of “weird or speculative fiction.”
–from the Introduction by Dan Chaon

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