What’s in Issue 213
Bewildering Stories’ Contest 3, “Strange Places,” is now open.|
Contest 3 Welcome page | Contest 3 Index page
Toven telephones Audel but is cut off. Bridget frantically telephones Saul but is abruptly silenced. Howie, Saul and Toven make their way furtively into China Town, where Toven espies another of Audel’s dread hit men: Tamara Sheehan, Tenth Man : chapter 16; chapter 17; chapter 18.|
Tenth Man Contest page
Remember the epitaph of the Vietnam war? ‘We had to destroy the village in order to save it.’ Same goes for houses infested by Type Two zombies: O. J. Anderson, X-Squad: Die A Lot More.|
New contributor Bertil Falk evokes the golden age of radio drama in Crime Does Pay.
New contributor Sara Hurwitz send a quarreling couple to an ultimate reconciliation in The Hole.
Symbols sometimes matter more than war clones may realize: Luke Jackson, War Thrash, part 1; conclusion.
Be polite to those cute little elves in the forest. When they get fed up with people tromping all over their land, they become insurgent elves: R D Larson, Absolutely Gutted.
New contributor Chris Chapman asks why would anyone want to practice being a termite: Woodlust.|
What are interstellar lovers to do when they have to mesh time warps and tentacles, too? They might gladly settle for being star-crossed: Sarah Ann Watts, Mr & Mrs Universe.
Doug Pugh, Waterloo Sunset|
Carmen Ruggero, A Poet’s View of Death
|Pete Lee, Calm People ; If Looks Could Cook ; Space|
|Article||Tala Bar enumerates a world-wide panoply of Goddesses of War.|
|Welcome||Bewildering Stories welcomes Chris Chapman, Jeff Crouch, Bertil Falk, and Sara Hurwitz.|
|Challenge||Challenge 213 The Zeitgeist Rings Four Times|
New contributor Jeff Crouch, Convenience Store Mirage | Dallas in Red Brick | Temple of the Cloud|
NASA: Picture of the Day
|Jerry Wright reviews Oscar Deadwood, The Perfect Revolution.|
|Editorial||Don Webb, The “Gauloise Curtain” — Le Rideau gaulois|
Bewildering Stories News
Congratulations to Tamara Sheehan on her wedding, September 7th. From Bewildering Stories, the Vulcan salute: “Live long, and prosper.” To which we add: “in happiness.”
Who is this esteemed contributor
Waiting... for a Catwalk or a Dogwood Blossom
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