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Bewildering Stories

Bewildering Stories welcomes...

Walter Lacey

Walter studied Journalism at the University of Wisconsin. He lives with his family in Massachusetts.

The memoir “Connecting the Dots” tells of a recurring dream that seems to hold special meaning. It is finally analyzed through past-life regression, where the narrator “channels” a young Basque boy killed during the Spanish Civil War.

Bewildering Stories has a rule that a fictional story cannot end with “but it was all a dream” or the equivalent, because dreams are a means of interpreting reality, not reality itself. And in the end, “Connecting the Dots” — though it is nonfiction — shows precisely what the rule means and how it can be best applied.

Walter Lacey’s bio sketch can be found here.

Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Walter. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!

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