Bewildering Stories

Issue 143

“It was a pleasure to burn.”

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Readers’ Guide: What’s in issue 143

Novels Julian Lawler, Battle Seer
  chapter 21: The Hundredth Knight, part 1 ; part 2

Michael E. Lloyd, Observation One: Singing of promises...
  chapter 22: Paris, France, part 2
Novella Norman A. Rubin, Hallelujah, part 4; conclusion
Beverly Forehand, Acquisitions
Greg Schatz, Odonata, part 1 ; conclusion
Sergio Bayona, Grandfather’s Trip
David Marshall, Of Noble Blood
Poetry C. Meton, The Orkeldor, part 5
Thomas D. Reynolds, I Know You Can Hear Me


Welcome Bewildering Stories welcomes...
  Sergio Bayona, David Marshall and Greg Schatz
The Critics’
D. A. Madigan’s “Positive,” with D. A. Madigan
Danielle L. Parker’s “The Thief of Joy and Light,”
 with Michael J A Tyzuk
Challenge Challenge 143: Untold Tales
Letters Stan Gildersleeve writes about “Gained in Translation”
The Reading
Jörn Grote reviews Andreas Eschbach’s The Carpet Makers
Jerry Wright reviews Steven Baxter's Exultant
Editorial Jerry Wright, Reading Electronically

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