Issue 184

Readers’ Guide: What’s in issue 184

The Second Bewildering Stories Contest
to Information and Rules   |   to the Contest index
Novel Bonnie Gibson, Pushed to the Limit, part 4; part 5; part 6
Clyde Andrews, Inheritance, part 1; part 2; conclusion
Oscar Deadwood, Asylum Flight, part 1; conclusion
Donna Gagnon, A Trick of the Mirror
J. B. Hogan, Caver, part 1; conclusion
Steven Francis Murphy, Sharpshooter, part 1; conclusion
L. Roger Quilter, Cremation
Rudra Ramdial, Entertaining
Willie Smith, Control of the Bomb
Poetry Rebecca Lu Kiernan, Meeting Winter
Mary B. McArdle, Uncertain Sky
Thomas D. Reynolds, The Methods of Ghosts
Carmen Ruggero, Winter: A Silent Symphony
Essay Steven Utley, Hard Times for Heroines


Welcome Bewildering Stories welcomes Oscar Deadwood, Donna Gagnon,
    J. B. Hogan, Rebecca Lu Kiernan, and Rudra Ramdial
Challenge Challenge 184:
Letters Karlos Allen writes about The End of SF As We Know It
Clyde Andrews asks about Sending Corrections and
    Formatting Interior Monologue
The Art
A randomly rotating selection of Bewildering Stories’ art
The Reading
Danielle L. Parker reviews Michael Z. Williamson, The Weapon
Jerry Wright reviews Neil Gaiman, Anansi Boys
Excerpt Kevin Ahearn, Intelligent Design
Editorial Jerry Wright, Education for Fun and Profit

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