Second Quarterly Review, 2010
Editors’ Choices: issues 377-388
All titles are links.
The Quarter’s Best Issues
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Selections are listed in alphabetical order by author.
Multiple titles are in chronological order.
euhal allen, Two for the Money
Tabaré Alvarez, The Corridor
Raquel D. Bailey, After the Rain, Before the Storm
Antonio Bellomi, Mystery Infinite
Glenn Blakeslee, Twenty-One Views of Uncertainty
Z. T. Burian, That Great Big Ladder in the Sky
Jack Burnsed, In the Same Boat
Andrew Cochrane, Watching the Twilight
Phillip Donnelly The All-Time Record
Jeff Hall, Fade to Blue
Ásgrímur Hartmannsson, Lost Patrol
Shayne Holzman, Mentally Unfit
Abha Iyengar, Drought Country
Tom Lassiter, The Girl Who Disappeared Clouds
Jack P. Lowe, 170 Degrees
Marina J. Neary, Where Else Can You Find Pies Like That?
Danielle L. Parker The Orange Professor
Brian Trent, Everywhere After All
Robert S. Tyler, Darkness to Darkness
Ron Van Sweringen Chickasaw Ridge
Mike Voltz, Summer Rain
Derek I. Webster, Raymond Too
Julie Wornan, The Dead Are Easy to Keep
The Order of the Hot Potato
And now, since “Bewildering” Stories is a friend of the unconventional, here are the five most controversial works of the 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.
In keeping with the overall high quality of the second quarter, the Review Board’s consensus was remarkably consistent. Only the first title on the list is a true Hot Potato; the rest are Warm Potatoes.
As a special treat, Bewildering Stories links to
the three most controversial issues of the quarter:
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