Christopher Rowe was born in Kentucky and lives there still, in Lexington at the moment. He attended both the Clarion West and Sycamore Hill writing workshops. With Gwenda Bond, he runs a small press, The Fortress of Words, which produces a critically acclaimed magazine, Say...
Bittersweet Creek, Small Beer Press, 2003.
“Whether to Go Through,” forthcoming in Electric Velocipede, Autumn 2004.
“Relativity in the Gospel: Five Looks at Matthew 2:9-10,” Ideomancer, December 2003.
“Men of Renown,” Bittersweet Creek, Small Beer Press, 2003.
“The Children of Tilford Fortune,” Swan Sister: Fairy Tales Retold, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Simon & Schuster, 2003.
“Interim Discussions,” Beyond The Last Star, edited by Sherwood Smith, SFF.Net, 2002.
“Leadership Secrets of the Prince of Darkness,” The Journal of Pulse-Pounding Narratives, 2002.
“High Water,” The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Spring 2001.
“VFD Adventures,” Quantum Speculative Fiction, edited by Kurt Roth, Obscura Press, 1999. Reprints: Ideomancer, September 2002.
“Sally Harpe,” Realms of Fantasy, October 1999. Reprints: Bittersweet Creek Small Beer Press, 2003 and lcrw.net, December 2003. Honorable Mention, Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, Thirteenth Annual Collection.
“Baptism on Bittersweet Creek,” Realms of Fantasy, April 1999. Reprints: Bittersweet Creek, Small Beer Press, 2003.
“Long Live the King,” Pulp Eternity, September 1998.
“Kin to Crows,” Realms of Fantasy, June 1998. Reprints: Ideomancer, August 2002 and Bittersweet Creek, Small Beer Press, 2003. Honorable Mention, Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, Twelfth Annual Collection.
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“Bourbon County: Bourbon Queens,” January 2004.
“Nelson County: The Only Real City in America,” January 2004.
“Fayette County: This Deep Blue Pool,” January 2004.
“Jefferson County: Powers and Principles,” December 2003.
“Lincoln County: Not that Lincoln,” November 2003.
“Our Prize Patrol Will Find You, No Matter Where You Are,” Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, November 2001.