What’s in Issue 276
Lynda realizes that she’s bound by her own spell. Now she has to find a way to unlock it... or live with it:
Bertil Falk, Under the Green Sun of Slormor|
The Nameless One and Parvrin make their way to an opalescent mountain lake. The beauty of the site is surpassed by its dangers, and Parvrin begins to change:
|Serial||Jack Creed and his squad are running low on ammo as they’re besieged by hundreds of giant crabs. But don’t worry; their troubles are only beginning: O. J. Anderson, Dead Wrong, part 1; part 2.|
New contributor Sarah E. Kiko personifies fear and pleasures in Dark Chocolate Dreams.|
What’s the moral when an alien spaceship becomes a place of modern pilgrimage? Frank Roger, Space Beach
Compulsion spells its own doom: John W. Steele, The Supplication, part 1; conclusion.
What symbols do the cymbals play? Bob Brill, Toothbrush Symphony|
New contributor Robert A. Dollesin brings a couple together, but they never meet at Café Lost.
You’ve heard of people marching to the beat of a different drummer. Poor Kevin ticks to the tock of a different clock: Tim Simmons, Dishes in the Sync.
Marjorie Salzwedel depicts children at play in The Amateur Over the Badlands.
|Bill Bowler, Shards of Glass|
|Essay||What is a genre? It may be more practical a concept than we’ve surmised: Tamara Sheehan, Defining Our Beloved Genre.|
|Welcome||Bewildering Stories welcomes Robert A. Dollesin and Sarah E. Kiko.|
|Challenge||Challenge 276 Touching Rain|
NASA: Endeavour Spacewalk 3|
NASA: Picture of the Day