What’s in Issue 199
|Novella||The Visharians establish their occupation; an ancient book tells of their origin; the sword Moradon is lost in a skirmish: Bryce V. Giroux, Shadows of Forever, part 4; part 5; part 6.|
New contributor Forrest Armstrong tells of a young man who would escape a dreary world: In Memory of Dexter Roberts.|
Buried treasure from the 14th century? Better to earn an honest living: P. S. Gifford, All in a Day’s Work.
People are not the only ones whose work is being outsourced these days; pity the poor crockery: Ricky Ginsburg, Plates.
Nothing moves a balky cow like vegetable jet propulsion. But how can a farmer keep up? Hareendran Kallinkeel, A Fortunate Milkman.
New contributor Rick Rose takes Ted Mathews on time-warping expeditions to save a dog. On the way, Ted discovers a lot of skullduggery that’s going on around town. His work is nothing to sneeze at: Rewind, part 1; part 2; conclusion.
Does the world end with ‘Good riddance’? Denise has a better idea: Lewayne L. White, Constellation.
|Relationships, alimony problems, female competition — Matt Carlyle may be in over his head. Thankfully, his latest Cassidy is specially programmed to meet his needs: Tamara Sheehan, Cassidy V.|
Donna Gagnon, Cabaret|
Thomas D. Reynolds, Fecundity; The Geographic Center
Carmen Ruggero, Memories Beyond the Sunset
|Bewildering Stories’ Poets’ Round Table, part 1|
|Welcome||Bewildering Stories welcomes Forrest Armstrong and Rick Rose.|
|David Redd writes about Science Fiction and Fantasy.|
|Challenge||Challenge 199 examines Ins and Outs.|
|A randomly rotating selection of Bewildering Stories’ art|
Danielle L. Parker reviews Nicola Griffith, Ammonite.|
Excerpt: Joanna Weston, Those Blue Shoes
|Editorial||Jerry Wright, Bits and Pieces|
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