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Thomas Lee Joseph Smith

Bewildering Stories biography

The author’s biographical sketch appears as an interview by Bewildering Stories in issue 75.

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Tom Smith has been published more than a hundred times with stories appearing in 13 Stories, Nightmares, Scared Naked and many other markets. His story “White Kangaroo” which debuted in Bewildering Stories has been nominated in the P & E Poll as best fantasy story of 2003. Tom Smith is a member of WUTA (Writers under the Arch), a writers’ group based in St. Louis.

Tom has three grown children: Jamie, Scott and Rebecca. All are accomplished, talented and sensible, traits they share with their mother, the beautiful, Mary Ann.

Copyright © 2004, 2007 by Thomas Lee Joseph Smith

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Bewildering Stories interviews Thomas Lee Joseph Smith
Prose Fiction
The Barn Identity
Another Dangerous Game
The Teapot Song
The Confinement Structure
The Matrix of Its Day
Message 37
Almost Worth It
The Recovery Crunch
Back to Basics
What Manners of Men?
Wrong About Dave
A Slander of Solzhenitsyn
White Kangaroo
A Nice Day for Balanced Contests
The Orc of the Covenant
The Last Oil Well
I Won’t Be Taking Any Questions
The Da Vinci Cough and Code Formula
War of the Worlds
Patent Pending
Interview with Aslan (dramatized essay)
Ignoring Spielberg’s Munich
Niche Kong
Thor Radio
Hello, Noon
Plan B
Off the Deep End
Barging In
A Little Too Igor
Sit-Ups of the Space Marines
Help Wanted
The First Town Hall
The Backwards Detective
The Dream Machine
How Old Is Tomorrow?
Jason’s Log
My Footing
The Orange Professor
I Finally Rented Contact Starring Jodie Foster
A Minotaur-So After High Noon, part 1; part 2

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