What’s in Issue 278
Gino can only wait for Darnell to return, but Lynda knows where to look for him:
Bertil Falk, Under the Green Sun of Slormor|
Parvrin leads the Nameless One into a mountain forest of enormous trees, where they find a strange and beautiful people:
|Serial||Jack Creed and his crew are the world’s worst dinner guests: O. J. Anderson, Dead Wrong, part 6; part 7.|
New contributor Tantra Bensko, Our Travels on Fire|
New contributor J. E. Deegan asks what you might do when the world ends: The Last Page, part 1; conclusion.
Two street gangs consider a truce: Dudgeon, The Preacher.
New contributor Julian Worker brings succor to a Damsel in Distress, but first she must persuade The Rhetorical Musketeers.
|Would you pull the switch? Oonah V. Joslin, The Milgram Hypothesis.|
Michael Lee Johnson, Manic is the Dark Night|
Anna Ruiz, Critically Rethinking Creation
|Richard H. Fay, A Horror Editor’s Lament|
|Essay||Mel Waldman wrestles with the problem of theodicy in Reflections on Evil.|
|Interview||Bewildering Stories interviews Bill Bowler.|
|Welcome||Bewildering Stories welcomes Tantra Bensko, J. E. Deegan, and Julian Worker.|
Challenge 278: Slower Than a Thinking Bullet
Challenge 278 discussion: Bertil Falk and Don Webb, A God Who is All-Good but Not All-Powerful
NASA: Endeavour Spacewalk 5|
NASA: Picture of the Day
|Excerpt||Walter Giersbach, Laura Lard Takes No Prisoners|
Bewildering Stories News
New at Bewildering Press: Colin P. Davies’ collection of short stories Tall Tales on the Iron Horse is now available. Please see his website for details.
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Bewildering Stories’ official mottoes:
“Poems are not made with ideas; they are made with words.” — Stéphane Mallarmé
Ars longa, vita brevis. Rough translation: “Proofreading never ends.”
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