First Quarterly Review, 2008
Editors’ Choices: issues 273-283
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It’s almost one of our unofficial mottoes that the Quarterly Reviews are “the place to be” at Bewildering Stories. They bring you the editors’ favorites from the past three months. New readers will have easy access to the recent best of Bewildering Stories, and veteran readers will have a chance to catch up on anything they may have missed.
No genre has a quota; everything or nothing might qualify for a Quarterly Review. But as we like to say, “There is no story so truly Bewildering as reality,” and reality falls mostly between extremes.
The review editors have long been distinguished in Internet publishing for their prompt and outstanding work in evaluating and proofreading submissions and in making the selections for the Quarterly Reviews. As always, the discussions have been extensive, lively and insightful. A big Thank You to Agnes Blom, Bill Bowler, Bertil Falk, Gary Inbinder, R D Larson, Michael E. Lloyd, Sheila M. Murdock, Carmen Ruggero, and Lewayne L. White.
We also express our gratitude to our Associate Editors. Their insightful and detailed critiques of submissions help us set what we like to think is a standard for editorial practice: a fast turnaround time that is, above all, fair.
Finally and foremost we congratulate the authors represented here. They and their works have well earned the honor. We hope they will inspire all our contributors.
We’ll resume regular publication with issue 284 on April 7, 2008.
Part III : Flash Fiction
The Season’s Best Issues
Part V : The Order of the Hot Potato
The Season’s Most Bewildering Issues
Selections are listed in alphabetical order by author and in chronological order by title.
|All serialized works must have concluded in or before issue 283 in order to qualify.|
|Novella||Bertil Falk, Under the Green Sun of Slormor|
Stevan Allred, The Painted Man|
O. J. Anderson, Dead Wrong
Bill Bowler, Bodkins the Great
Shannon J. Prince, As Beautiful as Fish in a Dream
Leona Rigger, Marked for Eradication
Essays and Memoirs
Memoirs include fictional as well as true memoirs.
|Essays||Bertil Falk Defining Our Beloved Genre|
Oonah V Joslin, Trip to Tangier|
Francine Schwartz, I Was Dancing
Gabriel Timar, The Waters of Bengal
Mel Waldman, Dreamer
|Interviews||Bewildering Stories interviews...|
|Editorial||Don Webb, Shuffling the Deck|
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