The March issue of Lenox Avenue, the spec-fic zine in whose slush dungeons I labor, is on-line. M. Lynx Qualey! Michael Canfield! pgtremblay! matociquala! nihilistic_kid and Tim Pratt in one story! Really cool art by Peter Gric! And more!
Also note that LA has finally found its way to the top of the Google listings when you type in "Lenox Avenue," with or without quotes. We have arrived. (Silly as it may sound, Google not coming up with LA as its first hit bothered me a little. It's humiliating to be Google-slapped by the Lenox Avenue Playground.) My theory: it was Tim Pratt's story, "Life in Stone," making the Locus 2004 Recommended list that did the trick. That list was linked all over the place.
This post contains material speculating on Google rankings. Speculation on Google ranking is a theory, not a fact, regarding the origin of the rank of Google search returns. This material should be approached with an open mind, studied carefully, and critically considered.
== tenka == (noun which can take する to act as a verb) second
marriage, remarriage, imputation, blame
|Left radical is 'woman', right radical is 'house' (家). Henshall suggests as a mnemonic: 'Married woman goes to new house.'|