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Bewildering Stories

Roy Dorman

Bewildering Stories biography

I’m retired from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Benefits Office, and live with my wife in Madison, Wisconsin. I’ve always been a reader of fiction of all genres, but weird and unsettling stories are my favorites.

A few years after my retirement, encouraged by an old high-school friend who is a retired English teacher, I became a voracious writer. As with my reading preferences, I most enjoy cranking out disturbing stories. It does not bother me a bit to kill off the “good guy.”

My work has appeared or is scheduled to appear in Black Petals, Bewildering Stories, Yellow Mama, Theme of Absence, Near To the Knuckle, One Sentence Poems, Shotgun Honey, Cease Cows, Birds Piled Loosely, Spelk, Twisted Sister, and a number of other online and print journals.

I am currently the submissions editor at Yahara Prairie Lights, which gives me the opportunity of occasionally accepting my own work.

Copyright © 2017 by Roy Dorman

Bewildering Stories bibliography

BwS bibliography
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A Half-Pitcher of House Red
Death in the French Quarter
Duplicity in Dubuque
Not Done Just Yet
Take Me With You
The High Priest of Roadkill
The House Across the Street
The Lunch Lady
Up Out of the Swamp
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