Flying Mutants With A Compulsion To Go To France

The latest issue of Gavin Grant and Kelly Link's zine Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet is available now, and it's full of mystifying and bizarre tales that remind me of Link's own unsettling fiction. Maureen McHugh has a weird story about flying mutants who feel a compulsion to go to France, and infect others with the same urge. Carol Emshwiller has a snarky tale about students who hate their writing instructor, which perfectly complements Caleb Wilson's story of weird artists whose paths intersect with a Depression-era mad detective. I love Eileen Gunn's poem where Alice from The Honeymooners builds her own moon-rocket to get away from Ralph. And (shameless self-promotion here) I also have a more-freaky-than-usual story in this issue. You can get the issue as an e-book for a slight discount on the cover price. [Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet at E-Reader]