But Not Too Nice a Day
In Gary Clifton’s Relative Matters: What might happen if Marisol were pregnant? What if she and Chad discovered they are more closely related? What might they want to take into account in starting a family?
In Michael Jess Alexander’s Quiet Mimicry, why does Hunter smile at the end, while the tendrils creep over him?
In Jeffrey Greene’s The Good Day:
- Why does the main character have no name?
- What constitutes a “good day”? What might it be for people in really dire straits?
- Is the “good day” the main character’s last or is it everybody’s?
- What is the moral? Dread a good day? Make every day count because it may be the last? Life is problems?
In LindaAnn LoSchiavo’s Summoning Themis:
- What does Themis normally symbolize: justice or retribution?
- Does building holy shrines necessarily intimate impotence? What else might the shrines signify?
- Does the poem contradict or confirm the essay Santa Claus Died in Lisbon?
In Meg Smith’s A Home for Minor Planets:
- “They’” = ?
- “Coals” = ?
- Where is the “Highlands neighborhood”?
What is a Bewildering Stories Challenge?