The Readers’ Guide
What’s in Issue 841
Journalist Nikita Marievna meets Yegor in the seedy restaurant. The waiter tells her that eating is unhealthy. Yegor outlines a campaign of disinformation about political, economic and environmental corruption. The gangster makes offers that she not only can’t refuse but can’t understand. Truth is not on the menu.|
Natan Dubovitsky, Near Zero
Chapter 4: Chetire
Abdullah Naïr poses a problem to Mr. Martin and his son Miles. How can nuclear fusion power be delayed long enough to dispose of fossil-fuel assets without taking too much of a loss?
Bill Kowaleski, Creative Destruction, Prolog
New contributor Paula R. Donoso depicts in a poetic account the life of a lonely girl in a small seaside town: The Girl from the Sea — tr. Toshiya Kamei|
The Delight sisters take sibling rivalry to an entirely new level: Dave Henson, Favorite Delight.
When a wizard comes shopping for equipment, just take the order and don’t ask questions: Ronald M. Larsen, Dragon-Fire Brewing.
|Sometimes a high-school crush might need more than a desert island to be fulfilled: Charles C. Cole, An Apocalyptic Relationship.|
Nancy D. Bonazzoli, Precipice|
New contributor Robert Ronnow, Sub-Atomic Particles
Gary Beck, Birdless|
Gregg Dotoli, Poematic
|Welcome||Bewildering Stories introduces and welcomes Paula R. Donoso and Robert Ronnow.|
|Bewildering Stories discusses Near Zero, chapter 4 and finds the future Right on Schedule.|
Richard Ong, Under the Painted Sky|
A randomly rotating selection of Bewildering Stories’ art
NASA: Picture of the Day
This Week’s Sky at a Glance
Randomly selected Bewildering motto:
Randomly selected classic rejection notice:
Readers’ reactions are always welcome.