In Mark J. Kevlock’s The Two-Way Window: In what way can the story be read as a satire of social media?
In Noel Denvir’s Last Night I Dreamt of Rebecca: How does the title echo Daphne DuMaurier’s novel Rebecca?
In Janel Brubaker’s The Cavern of Serpents:
- What becomes of Medusa, a.k.a. Python?
- Phoebe concludes with the determination to “kill a god.” How is she going to do it? And who is she thinking of?
In E. J. Pace’s A Day at the Circus;
- How many automobiles does Olga own?
- Is Danny right or wrong to defend himself against Fred?
- Olga is annoyed that Danny has been eating so much. What inadvertent humor can be found in her indignation?
In Robin Helweg-Larsen’s Earth Competition: Does the poem accurately characterize Darwin’s concept of evolution? If so, what would be the only species living on land? In the sea?
In Tom Sheehan’s Techniques of the Blind:
- What eras of U.S. military history are evoked by various details in the story?
- What novels does Jack Derrick prefer?
- Why does Armand commit suicide? Why does Jack not do so?
- Does the story even implicitly denounce any particular political or social viewpoint in the present-day U.S.? What does it really do?
What is a Bewildering Stories Challenge?