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Bewildering Stories’
First Quarterly Review: winter 2007

Editors’ Choices: issues 227-238

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Part IV : Short Stories

Germán Amatto, Prisoner of OuroborosPrisionero de Ouróboros
O. J. Anderson, Hard Cash
Byron Bailey, The Stinging
Bill Bowler Stefan Brenner, The Lady of Mann
Michael Hart, The Zeitsev
Gary Inbinder, Zotheca
Slawomir Rapala, Frozen Landscapes of the Mind
E. S. Strout, Reflection
Patrick Supple, Zog the Alien War-Master Invades England
Gustavo Valitutti, The EinLos Ein
John Vieczorek Vicki Wootton, Baby Luck

Part V : Citation of Merit

The Editors give a special salute to the top 10 percent of the works appearing in Bewildering Stories in the winter quarter of 2007, regardless of genre. They are listed as usual, in alphabetical order by author and in chronological order by title.
Bill Bowler Luke Boyd, Apparitions
Jean-Michel Calvez, AfterlandAfterland
Colin P. Davies, Pestworld
Gary Inbinder, Zotheca
Rebecca Latyntseva, Stardust
Michael E. Lloyd, Observation Two: Standing Divided
Mary B. McArdle, Retta Charlotte Again
Slawomir Rapala Carmen Ruggero Roberto Sanhueza, Katts and Dawgs: In the Name of Truth
Walt Trizna, Elmo’s Sojourn

Part VI : The Order of the Hot Potato

And now, since we are “Bewildering” Stories, here are the top 15 titles on which the review editors did not reach a consensus for one reason or another. The titles are listed in descending order of controversy. Links are given to the issues in which they appear.
  1. Joanne Anderton, “Threefold” — 230
  2. Duane Locke, “The Rigged Jury” — 230
  3. Mel Waldman, “Anonymous” — 232
  4. Stefan Brenner, “The Lady of Mann” — 238
  5. John Vieczorek, “A Spider's Dharma” — 229
  6. Duane Locke, “A Corner Turned” — 237
  7. Sophie Bachard, “Ringworm” — 229
  8. Rebecca Latyntseva, “Desurrection” — 229
  9. Duane Locke, “The ‘N’ on a Bridge” — 235
  10. Anna Ruiz, “The Three Bears” — 236
  11. Gloria Watts, “Believe It” — 230
  12. E.S. Strout, “Green T” — 230
  13. Ed Coet, “David's Angel” — 234
  14. N.C. Unruh, “Mage's End” — 230
  15. Beverly Forehand, “Skin Deep” — 233

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