First Quarterly Review, 2013
The Editors’ Choices: issues 508-518
“The place to be at Bewildering Stories”
Everything in green is a link.
Bewildering Stories ends the season — winter or summer, depending on your hemisphere — with the Review Editors’ selection of favorites from the First Quarter of 2013. New readers will have easy access to the recent best of Bewildering Stories, and veteran readers will have a chance to catch up on anything they may have missed.
The Quarterly Reviews answer a practical question: “If a friend asked you to recommend something from the past quarter of Bewildering Stories, what would you choose?” These are our recommendations.
The Quarterly Reviews are not a contest, competition or poll. And there are no quotas: anything — from everything to nothing — may qualify in any genre.
As always, the Review Board’s discussions have been extensive and lively. A big Thank You to Bill Bowler, Gary Inbinder, Maria Kontak, Harry Lang, Michael E. Lloyd, Johanna Miklós, Marina J. Neary, Carmen Ruggero, John Stocks and Lewayne L. White.
We also express special gratitude to our Coordinating Editor Bill Bowler and the Associate Editors. Their insightful and detailed critiques of submissions help us set what we like to think is an Internet standard for editorial practice and for service to our contributors and readers.
Reminder: everything in green is a link.
The following table also serves as a linked index to all the genres and sections in the Review.
|Titles selected of titles eligible||Special listings|
0 of 1
0 of 1
20 of 35
2 of 10
Essays & Memoirs
15 of 22
9 of 11
3 of 3
The Quarter’s Best Issues
The Order of the Hot Potato
The Quarter’s Most Bewildering Issues
The Order of Merit
- Selections are listed in alphabetical order by author unless noted otherwise.
- Multiple titles are listed in chronological order.
- Italicized titles indicate collections or the presence of chapter, episode or poem subtitles.
- All serialized works must have concluded in or before the last issue of the quarter in order to be eligible.
Mike Florian, Behind the Masaredos|
James Graham, William Blake’s Egalitarian Vision
Walter Lacey, Connecting the Dots
Selections are listed first thematically, then in chronological order. Almost all but the Challenges are discussions and have multiple contributors. Titles in The Reading Room are listed on our Reviews page; interviews, in our Interviews index. The Art Gallery and Photo Album are not included.
|Editorials & Letters||Challenges|
Don Webb, E-Publishing: Islands on the Net
David Redd Pioneer 10
How Can I Go to Morrow?|
Meeting the Magi on the Moon
A Hole in None
None So Truly Bewildering
Channel Surfing With Tarzan
If All the Men Were Transported
|The Critics’ Corner and Discussions|
The Logic of “The Unbefriended Dead”
William Blake’s “Innocence”
Don Webb, Into the Middle Game|
Misunderstandings in The Dohani War
Misunderstandings in The Dohani War, part 2
Martin Kerharo, Diplomacy
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Jack Alcott, Grim Legion
Sam Ivey, Gilboy’s Quest
Martin Kerharo, The Dohani War
Harry Lang, The Mountains of the Eldritch Sea
Slawomir Rapala, Aezubah, the Crimson General
Michael E. Lloyd, Donna’s Men|
Michael E. Lloyd, Missing Emilie
Michael E. Lloyd, Observation One
Michael E. Lloyd, Observation Two
Michael E. Lloyd, Observation Three
Danielle L. Parker, In a Pig’s Eye
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