What’s in Issue 216
Bewildering Stories’ Contest 3, “Strange Places,” is now open.|
Contest 3 Welcome page | Contest 3 Index page
Contest 3 will close with the appearance of issue 220. Voting will close with the appearance of issue 222.
The struggle for Torven’s ring ends where it began: Tamara Sheehan, Tenth Man: conclusion.|
Open the Tenth Man Contest page
The X-Squad is back to take on paranormal resistance fighters from another dimension. But not so fast there... the local wildlife has priority: O. J. Anderson, X-Squad: Stay Dead, part 1; conclusion.|
China is both a real and figurative place where Angelo belongs and from which Lucky did not return: Ian Donnell Arbuckle, China, part 1; part 2; conclusion.
New contributor Lorna M. Kaine has a spirited grandmother visit Hubert and bring him up to speed in the Family Traditions.
Edward Morris asks Friedrich Nietsche If I Went Crazy Now, Would You Still Call Me Superman?.
E. S. Strout says be careful where you launch your rockets, they just might come Right Back At Ya.
New contributor Steve Thorn depicts Mom away at war while a father and son have a special dinner under A Ceiling Full of Stars, part 1; conclusion.
New contributor Brian Capaloff depicts an unfortunate soul trying to find a place to put The Jag.|
Have you dealt in real estate recently? You may not want to: Michael E. Lloyd, Drop to Drink.
Caroline Davies, A Land Where Beauty Sleeps|
New contributor Carl A. Puleo, Hank and Frank
|Article||New contributor Zack Figueroa, Ray Harryhausen: Creator of Dreams|
|Welcome||Bewildering Stories welcomes Brian Capaloff, Lorna M. Kaine, Carl A. Puleo, and Steve Thorn.|
|Challenge||Challenge 216 salutes the Tenth Man Standing.|
|Letters||A kibitzer actually Looks at the fine print.|
|NASA: Picture of the Day|
Excerpt: Oscar Deadwood, The Perfect Revolution|
Jerry Wright reviews Four from TOKYOPOP.
|Editorial||Jerry Wright, Sorry...|
Bewildering Stories News
Contests: Please note that submissions to Contest 3 close with the appearance of issue 220. Voting continues until the appearance of issue 222. The Tenth Man contest does not yet have a closing date.
Communications: Ye Copy Editor is traveling October 1st to 10th. Please take into account that responses to e-mail will be slow and erratic during that time.
Guesspix: The feature “Who is this esteemed contributor” may resume at another time.
A Bewildering Motto of the Minute:
The Official Bewildering Stories Motto: “Poems are not made with ideas; they are made with words.” — Stéphane Mallarmé
Readers’ reactions are always welcome.
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