Keep Off the Grass
In Stephen Ellams’ “Love Letters Never Sent,” how do the letters describe a cycle in the relationship? Does it end or reach an indeterminate state?
In Ed Kyatt’s “A Dance by the Lake”:
- What elements does the story have in common with Paul Lees-Haley’s “The Old Man and the Pond”?
- How do the two stories differ?
In David Castlewitz’ “Red Eye”:
- The story is set in what geographical locale and in what “alternate future” time?
- What is the general political situation? The Hera State versus whom?
- Why does Mary Grant want to risk a public hanging?
- Why does Ryan not want to return to headquarters? What “angry questions” will he face?
In Rick Pearson’s “Quiet Time Has Begun”:
- How plausible is it that SETI would have no means of alerting the U.S. government of First Contact with space aliens?
- Is it even necessary to contact the government? Wouldn’t the whole world know about the alien message immediately?
- If space aliens landed on the White House lawn, where would the President order them deported to?
What is a Bewildering Stories Challenge?