Bewildering Stories welcomes...
K. Noel Moore
K. Noel is a student at the University of West Georgia. She has published a novella, and another is on the way. She has published a considerable number of short stories. She says she believes in ghosts.
“K. Noel Moore’s The Friendless Unburied” will surely engage readers with its depiction of a German lady who kindly receives lost strangers in her home.
The premise of the story is very unusual. The visitors are part of a mass migration: soldiers and, perhaps, civilians who were killed in WW2 and, perhaps, other wars and who have been “resurrected” — actually, resuscitated — with only partial memories; they are not even sure who they are.
The old lady is not one of them, but she sympathizes, because she has lost her husband to the mental confusion typical of the resuscitated. It’s probably just as well that the “revenants” have little memory of the past; only the insane would want to repeat it.
K. Noel Moore’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, K. Noel. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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