What’s in Issue 211
Bewildering Stories’ Contest 3, “Strange Places,” is now open.|
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Saul returns to his apartment with Toven. Howie drops in for a visit but for some reason cannot see the ring that Toven is wearing: Tamara Sheehan, Tenth Man: chapter 10; chapter 11; chapter 12.|
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|Serial||New contributor Bosley Gravel introduces us to five brothers in search of a mystic Wheel. When a strange friend arrives, they tend to his wounds: Shree Sevlanti and the Numinous Lake part I, installment 1; installment 2.|
New contributor J. R. Blackwell brings Matthias back at the summons of his old teacher, Aupta. In a strange way he becomes her mentor: Springtime on the Mountain.|
New contributor Sarah Downey depicts an obsessed man on the road, fleeing his compulsion: Silly Sally.
Do dogs have souls? The sure do have personalities: Darby Mitchell, Bo Peep II and the Universal Law of Karma, part 1; conclusion.
Celebrity is a status to be sought and avoided at the same time: Mark Spencer, The Death of Elvis.
What price war? Daniel Dives, Dogwood Blossom.|
New contributor Christopher Stires shows how everyday reality looks to the paranoid: Waiting....
Donna Gagnon, Instructions|
Michael E. Lloyd, Never Alone
John Stocks, Dreaming of Nina, First Lady of Fitzrovia
|Memoir||Deep Bora takes to the foothills of the Himalayas to escape the Sultry Summer Heat.|
|Welcome||Bewildering Stories welcomes J. R. Blackwell, Sarah Downey, Bosley Gravel, and Christopher Stires.|
Jean Goldstrom responds to Challenge 209. |
Challenge 211 has questions for Dear Abby Normal.
|Bewildering Stories goes gung ho about tense sequence: If I Would’ve, I Could’ve.|
S. Michael Leier writes about The Writers’ School.|
A reader gets some tips on Exploring the Website.
Christine Bruness, Dancers | Frida | Night of the Angels|
NASA: Picture of the Day
|Excerpt: Martin Green, Collected Stories: Dog Barking|
|Editorial||Jerry Wright, Apologies|
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