Bewildering Stories

Bewildering Stories’
Annual Review, 2009

The Editors’ Choices: issues 319-365

“The place to be at Bewildering Stories

We celebrate the New Year holiday by bringing you a summary of the four Quarterly Reviews of 2009. The most highly rated and most controversial issues, as well as the Challenges and the Order of the Hot Potato, can be found in each of the Quarterly Reviews.
On this page: page 2:
Short Poetry
Flash Fiction
page 3:
Short Stories

Selections are listed in alphabetical order by author.
Multiple titles are listed in chronological order.
All titles are links.
All title links open in a new window, so you won’t lose your place.

Serialized Works

Novel Richard K. Lyon, The Long Dark Road to Wizardry
Novellas Bill Bowler, Bertrand Cayzac, Floozman : Figs & Riesling
Serials Jack Alcott, The Visitors
Tabaré Alvarez, The Troubleshooters
Bertrand Cayzac, Colin P. Davies, The Monster on Mandrake Street
Bertil Falk, Apocalypse for a Dissociated Creator
Rob Hunter, Cherokee Purple
Sally K. Lehman, Small Minutes
Michael R. Meyerhofer, A Merchant’s Luck
E. V. Neagu, The Circumstances Concerning Hilbert
David Smolenski, You’re a Big Boy Now
Sarah Trachtenberg, Manufacturing Celebrity

Essays and Memoirs

Essays Bertil Falk, Tom Mahony, Sharky
Marina J. Neary, Victor Hugo and Oliver Cromwell
Scott E. Rupp, Where the Night is Black and Uninvaded
Viacheslav Yatsko, My Solution to the Kuril Islands Problem
Memoirs Marina J. Neary, How Am I Gonna Play Guitar Now?
Carmen Ruggero, Rusty Nails
Gabriel Timar, The World is a Jungle


Interviews Bewildering Stories interviews Michael E. Lloyd
Bewildering Stories interviews Aidan Lucid
Bewildering Stories interviews Carmen Ruggero
Jim Harrington interviews Bewildering Stories: What Do Editors Want?
Tabaré Alvarez, “The Troubleshooters”
Bob Brill, “City Man, Mountain Man”
Peter Cawdron, “Serengeti
Marta T. Coppola, “Because My Mouth”
Crystalwizard, “The Name of the Tree”
Bertil Falk and Don Webb, The Pastoral Myth
D. A. Madigan, “A Dish Best Served Cold
The Critics’
Bertrand Cayzac, “Figs and Riesling
Don Webb, Who’s Your Audience?
Letters Eileen Elkinson, Is Flash Fiction “Vignettist”?
Joseph Grant, What Are the “Hot Potatoes”?
Rachel Parsons, Round Tables and Discussions

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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
Danielle L. Parker, In a Pig’s Eye
Slawomir Rapala, Aezubah, the Crimson General
Bertrand Cayzac, Floozman in Space
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

Bewildering Press

Grim Legion   Gilboy's Quest   The Dohani War   Mountains of the Eldritch Sea

Donna's Men Missing Emilie   Observation One   Observation Two   Observation Three

In a Pig's Eye   The Crimson General   Floozman in Space   Floozman dans l'espace

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