Third Quarterly Review
Editors’ Choices: issues 251-261
Note: Everything in green on this page is a link.
The Quarterly Reviews bring you the editors’ favorites from the past three months. New readers will have easy access to the recent best of Bewildering Stories, and veteran readers will have the chance to catch up on anything they may have missed.
The editors’ choices are the result of an extensive but always enjoyable process. The review editors have long been distinguished in Internet publishing for their faithful, prompt, and outstanding work in evaluating and proofreading submissions and in making the selections for the Quarterly Reviews. As always, the discussions have been lively and insightful. A big Thank You to Agnes Blom, Bill Bowler, Gary Inbinder, Michael E. Lloyd, S. M. Murdock, and Carmen Ruggero.
Finally and foremost we congratulate the authors represented here. They and their works have well earned the honor. We hope they will inspire all our contributors.
We’ll resume regular publication with issue 262 on October 8, 2007. The Fourth Quarterly Review is scheduled to follow issue 272, on December 24 and 31, 2007.
- All serialized works must have concluded in or before issue 261 in order to qualify. Related stories are not considered serials even if they have a synopsis in common.
- Selections are listed in alphabetical order by author and in chronological order by title unless noted otherwise.
- Page 1: Part I: Serialized Works, Non-Fiction, Departments
- Page 2: Part II: Poetry and Short Poetry; Part III: Flash Fiction
- Page 3: Part IV: Short Stories; Part V: The Order of the Hot Potato
Serialized works link to the table of contents in the authors’ bibliographies.
Evan Appelman, The Masters of Triage|
Bob Brill, Adventures of a Botanist
Resha Caner, Jargos
Fahim Farook, The Wyrm’s Lair
Gary Inbinder, The Mysterion
Thomas J. Keller, What to Believe
Mark Spencer & Shawn Chiusano, Henry
Bertil Falk, An Ongoing Modern Miracle|
Steven Utley, The Short Life of Johnny Apocalypse
Available at Bewildering Press
Copyright © October 1, 2007 by Bewildering Stories