Bewildering Stories

What’s in Issue 171

Novels The tension between Ashtoret and Yhwh, earth and spirit, has always torn Saul’s mind. The conflict finally becomes irreconcilable: Tala Bar, The King’s Daughter
    chapter 4: Shemu’el, part 1; part 2
    chapter 5: The Three Asses, part 1; part 2

The Sentient Peoples, curious about their origins, have come to think of Man as a divinity and sometimes wonder where he went so long ago. Adam reveals the truth to Kitti, Thomm and Phydo. It comes as a shock, and it will require a fateful decision: Roberto Sanhueza, Katts and Dawgs, Book II, Epilogue: Choices, part 1; part 2.
Novella What’s the last thing you really remember? Jeff Brown, The Diner and That Same Old Feeling Again, part 1; part 2; part 3.
Short
Stories
New contributor Leighton Connor introduces occult detective Ross Fulton, who seems to have a rather bizarre way of treating his clients: The Rosamund Trap, part 1; conclusion.

New contributor Jennifer Hoffman brings the Symbs to Earth with their hosts, the cute little Yawnas, who like foot massages: Using My Head, part 1; part 2; conclusion.

What’s the second worst thing that can happen to Rosalyn if she’s bamboozled by an outworlder and is late with Princess Rhiannon’s morning coffee? Rachel Parsons, The Most Exasperating Woman on the Planet, part 1; conclusion.
Poetry New contributor Darby Mitchell, as confirmed by experts, knows about llamas: There’s Been a Llama Sighted.
Art
Gallery
Christine Cartwright, Astral World.

Departments

Welcome Bewildering Stories welcomes Leighton Connor and Jennifer Hoffman.
Challenge Challenge 171 celebrates Halloween in the Classic Style.
The Reading
Room
Jerry Wright reviews Eric S. Brown & Susan Brydenbaugh, Cobble.
Danielle L. Parker reviews Marvin Kaye, ed., Masterpieces of Terror and the Supernatural.
Editorial Jerry Wright, Philosophies

In Times to Come

In issue 172

Novels
Roberto Sanhueza, Katts and Dawgs, Epilogue: “Choices” conclusion
Tala Bar, The King’s Daughter, chapter 6: “Yonatan”
Novella : Jeff Brown, “The Diner and That Old Feeling Again” parts 4-6
Short Stories
Beverly Forehand, “Repossession”
Mary B. McArdle, “Julie’s Special Afternoon”
Robert L. Sellers, Jr., “Murphy’s Law”
Thomas Willits, “No Place for Us”
Flash Fiction : New contributor Kenneth Goldman, “God’s Servant, Jolene”
Poetry : Prakash Kona, “For the Indolent Reader”
Art Gallery : Christine Cartwright, “Down Under”
Essays
S. Dale, “Moamrath in the Media”
Mark Koerner, “Voices from Tomorrow”
Review : Danielle L. Parker, Lois M. Bujold’s The Hallowed Hunt

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