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Bewildering Stories’
Third Quarterly Review
summer 2007

Editors’ Choices: issues 251-261

Note: Everything in green on this page is a link.

Selections are listed in alphabetical order by author
and in chronological order by title.

Part IV : Short Stories

Dean Francis Alfar, Into the Morning
O.J. Anderson, Megakill
Joshua Babcock, The Tome of the Time-Siege
Scott Barnes, The Last Job
Gary Beck, RNA
Bill Bowler, Jean-Michel Calvez, A Poem for EmmaPoème pour Emma
Neil Crabtree, Fred and Anna
Mark Eller, Vacancy Filled
Bertil Falk, Randy Foster, Rock and Roll Fantasy
Olga Godim, Kyrill’s Wishes
Branigan Grace, Finding Beauty
Kyle Hemmings, They Don’t Catch Colds in Texas
Miguel Ángel López Muñoz, The Mirrored WorldEl Mundo Especular
Niklas Peinecke, A Countdown for Your Security
William J. Piovano, Reflections on a Recursive Faustus
David Redd, Adult
Tamara Sheehan, Johnny at the Bar
Angie Smibert, Fresh Shoots
Fernando Sorrentino, W. D. Wilcox, The Golden Door
Paul Williams, Immortal Children

Part V : The Order of the Hot Potato

And now, since “Bewildering” Stories is a friend of the unconventional, here are the thirteen most controversial works of the summer quarter, the ones on which the review editors did not reach a consensus for one reason or another. The titles are listed in descending order, with the most controversial first. The links lead to the issues in which they appear.

  1. Fernando Sorrentino, A Question of Age
  2. K. Bruce Justice, The Portrait
  3. E. S. Strout, Blue Shift
  4. Dan McNeil, Appetite
  5. Glenn Gray, A Day in the Cornfield
  6. Bill Bowler, Ernest Hart
  7. Ranvir Singh Parmar, Creepers and Grapevines
  8. Michelle Reale, From a Distance
  9. John Vieczorek, The Golden Thing
  10. John Stocks, St Paul's Café
  11. Ted Weir, Stealing Home
  12. Julie Eberhart Painter, The Scream
  13. Walt Trizna, Martian Rebirth

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