Twilight Times

a digital journal of Speculative Fiction

 

Jan/Feb Issue

 
Highlights

  Our Jan/Feb issue will be up by Feb. 15th.

Twilight Times is now acquiring books for our epublishing division, Twilight Times Books. Watch for submission guidelines in the near future.

 
For your reading enjoyment, check out Annitta's weekly letters from Nikolaevsk, the spruce covered, moose wandering village.
 
The Art Gallery is open -- featuring the original works of fantasy artist Judith Huey **
along with wildlife and fantasy artist Rebecca Kemp

 

  In the upcoming issue of Twilight Times, we'll be presenting another great story from prolific author Steve Lazarowitz - Born of Darkness.

A quirky mystery, Copper Cannister Caper, from writer Frances Sonnabend.

A short story, Cold Hearts, Warm Love from novelist Jennifer Dunne, publisher and managing editor of Science Fiction Romance.

Writer Vasilis Afxentiou and his web debut with A World for Georgiana

 

We're delighted to present four authors in our published author feature.

Jennifer Dunne

Steve Lazarowitz

Christine W. Murphy

Kate Saundby

 
 

 
 
**[Publisher's note.] Each of Ms. Huey's featured artworks are oil miniatures approximately 8x10 inches. These works have never appeared anywhere before and are for sale for $75.00 per each. Tell her Lida sent you.
 
 
 
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A special note to TT readers. All contents of this premiere issue are copyright by the writers and artists. If you discover any artwork or writing published here elsewhere on the internet, or in print magazines, please let us know immediately. The staff of Twilight Times feels very strongly about protecting the copyrighted work of contributors.

 

 

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