What’s in Issue 303
Slawomir Rapala, The Three Kings|
Iskald has to assert himself in order to enter the gate of his own castle, but then Aezubah welcomes him home:
Michael E. Lloyd, Observation Three: Changing Hearts
The Domans make their initial delivery of payment in kind, and Raymond prepares the ground for the Chicago summit. Toni is in trouble again. Raymond to the rescue! His plans are disrupted, but the government team is in far worse shape. It’s tough going at the summit, even after the Domans have re-asserted their presence with some fine free samples.
|Novella||The marriageable lads attend a fine ball, but they far outnumber the ladies, one of whom has cause to change her mind after an unfavorable first impression: Bertil Falk, Bias and Vanity, part 2; part 3.|
|Serial||Tommaso dances a breathtaking tango with Grassona, who is exceedingly taken with him: Emanuele Pettener, Grassona, part 2; part 3.|
A young boy’s disillusionment with a performer of children’s shows is transformed in the far reaches of space: Resha Caner, Captain Bob Presents Tales From Planet X, part 1; conclusion.|
Jon’s spaceship will take him and Annie only so far, but it’s far enough: Robert H. Prestridge, Homecoming.
What price glory in space exploration? Catfish Russ, Silent Moon.
In emergency rooms, doctors and patients are always shadowed: Matt Shaner, The Shadows.
New contributor Aeros shows that space aliens can make nice pets, depending on what and who they are: The Eve of Wayward.|
New contributor Pavelle Wesser depicts bad memories coming to life in a subway: Think You Know?
|Poetry||Anna Ruiz, Thor’s Gift to a Child|
|Mary B. McArdle, Sonnet to the Suspension of Reality|
|Welcome||Bewildering Stories welcomes Aeros and Pavelle Wesser.|
|Challenge||Challenge 303 says Call the Cops.|
|Letters||Crystalwizard, Leather Lizardesses of the Lurid Lounge|
Crystalwizard, The Lion Hunter|
NASA: Picture of the Day
Randomly selected Bewildering motto:
Randomly selected classic rejection notice:
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.”
Readers’ reactions are always welcome.
Copyright © August 25, 2008 by Bewildering Stories