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Bewildering Stories’
Third Quarterly Review, 2006

Editors’ Choices: issues 202-214

This unnumbered issue brings you the editors’ favorites from the third quarter of 2006. New readers will see the best of Bewildering Stories in the past three months, and veteran readers will have the chance to catch up on anything they may have missed.

We’ll resume regular publication with issue 215 on October 2. The Fourth Quarterly Review will cover issues 215-226. Story Contest 3 and the Tenth Man Contest continue without interruption.

The Editor and Copy Editor express their heartfelt gratitude to Bewildering Stories’ review editors for their long and outstanding work in making the selections for this Third Quarterly Review. The discussions were lively and insightful. The review editors’ critiques of submissions have also enabled Bewildering Stories to grow — as one of them has aptly put it — “from strength to strength.” Thank you...

Katherine Allen
Bill Bowler
  Gary Inbinder
Michael E. Lloyd
  Thomas D. Reynolds
Carmen Ruggero
Novel Jeani Rector, The Unmarked Grave
Novellas &
Rachel Parsons, I Am Not the Goddaughter of the Goblin King
Slawomir Rapala, Of Tyrants and Gods
Short Stories
A - C Dean Francis Alfar, The Middle Prince
O. J. Anderson, Brad Andrews, Guaranteed Analysis
Bill Bowler, Terry Bramlett, The Smell of Dangerous Jasmine
Gerald Budinski, Exit from Xanadu
Leighton Connor, Ross Fulton’s Shattered Soul
D - G Colin P. Davies, Dust to Dust
Daniel Dives, Catwalk
Mark Eller, A Reason To Be
Bertil Falk, Crime Does Pay
Beverly Forehand, Hollow
Donna Gagnon, Five Minutes More
Jörn Grote,
H - L Ásgrímur Hartmannsson, When Grandmother Was Young
Laurel Hickey, Leaves of Glass
Sean Hower, Over a Cup of Coffee
Gary Inbinder, Luke Jackson, Randall Lahrman, Janstein’s Subject
Harry Lang, The Good Doctor
R D Larson, Absolutely Gutted
Steven C. Levi,
M - P Michael Mathews, The Snowbirds
Steven May, Tuesday
Mary B. McArdle, Downburst
Ed Morris, Blue Monday
Michelle O’Neill, The Werewolves Next Door
Sylvia Nickels, Casino Justice
Louise Norlie, Sergeant Malvern
Mike Oxman, In the Morn They ’a Come
Doug Pugh, Trapped
R - W Thomas D. Reynolds, The Fiddler and the Cricket
Catfish Russ, Retirement Day
Beth Scott, Changeling
Thomas Lee Joseph Smith, Niche Kong
Mark Spencer, Anthony W. Spivey, Embarcadero
E. S. Strout, J. A. Tyler, When the Lights Go Out Again
J. Marcus Weekley, Escaping Intact
Lewayne L. White, Without Understanding
Flash Fiction Chris Chapman, Woodlust
Christopher Stires, Waiting
Gloria Watts, She
Sarah Ann Watts, Mr & Mrs Universe
Joanna M. Weston, Lion Cubs
C - K Bob Church, Muse-Tryst in the Elysian Fields
Caroline Davies, Man on an Aeroplane
Samantha Enns, Coincide
Donna Gagnon, Susan M. Gibb, Halloween
Rebecca Lu Kiernan,
L - W Pete Lee, Bonsai
Michael E. Lloyd, Never Alone
Mary B. McArdle, Late-Blooming Artist
Doug Pugh, Clocktower Winds
Thomas D. Reynolds, Invisible Boy
Carmen Ruggero, Anna Ruiz, John Stocks, Sharon White, Birth of Man
Memoirs Julie Balloo, The Eye
Deep Bora, Sultry Summer Heat
Artie Knapp Two Crows for an Empty Feeling
Carmen Ruggero, Last Tango on a Wintry Day
Articles & Essays Bill Bowler, Louise Norlie, Existential Sadness in H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Outsider”
Don Webb, Politics in Literature
Viacheslav Yatsko, Who Will Be the Next President of Russia?
Challenges Don Webb,
Editorials Clyde Andrews, Don Webb, Here We Stand
Jerry Wright,

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Schedule: To Bewildering Stories’ schedule: In Times to Come

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