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Bewildering Stories

Julie Wornan

Bewildering Stories biography

Julie with bushbaby

I’m a native New Yorker but my home is in France. After I retired as a computer programmer, I discovered the delight of writing for those irrational beings called People. I think of fantasy as a window into the true universe. And I like to write very short stories because small is beautiful.

If you like my work, you can download my e-book titled The Mutual Reverse See, at

Photography is another hobby of mine. You can see some of my photo compositions at

I feel deep concern about the future of our one and only planet. (You do too, right?). I helped found a French association, AMIFELINS to try to save the wild cheetah, and I’m a member of Démographie Responsable because “unlimited population growth is impossible on a finite planet,” and Taca, advocating for a carbon tax to reduce CO2 emissions; and of course I support 350.ORG , a global movement "to solve the climate crisis."

Copyright © 2009, 2012 by Julie Wornan

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Prose Fiction Poetry
issues 278-385
The Rhetorical Musketeers
The Rebel
Workless of the World
The Lord Is My Shepherd
Information Theory
The Checkerboard
Cookies in Cyberspace
The Muttery Man
A Butterfly’s Summer
The Socks
The Eggs
White Shadows
The Dead Are Easy to Keep
issues 400-present
The Dream Slaves
The Traveler
Children, Listen
Grandpa’s Book
Cat Nap
The Angel of Life
Information Theory
Black Cat in a Garden

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