From the Editor's Desk


Many thanks to the talented contributors who are sending us the finest in speculative fiction, poetry and fantasy artwork. This is the tenth issue of Twilight Times ezine - online since July 1998.

The October issue of Twilight Times ezine has a Haunted House.
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Our featured authors for the October issue of Twilight Times are Connie Berridge and Jesse F. Knight.

Connie Berridge - an intriguing tale of equipment that takes on a life of its own
"Eclectic Lights" -- Literary SF (48k)

Jesse F. Knight - a young woman's obsession with a famous musician - only he is dead
"Island of Light" -- Literary DF (31k)


Rekha Ambardar - a painter's new model disappears
"Mirror Image" - Literary DF (19k)

K. Irving - one version of the "afterlife"
"Slab Gab" -- Literary DF (19k)

Lad Moore - not your usual hunter's tale
"The Day Hunter" -- DF (27k)


Short Fiction

Georgia Browne - a magic realism adventure
"F. S. Washburn" -- Fantasy (10k)

Philip Loyd - combines Southern folklore with the supernatural
"The Creature at Marble Marsh" -- Dark Fantasy (13k)

Robert Marcom - historical tale as it could have been
"Winter of One Hundred Years" -- DF (9k)

Tricia Urlaub - a cautionary tale
"Death by Disease" - DF (13k)

W.B. Vogel - not your usual hitchhiker
"Road Kill" -- Horror (13k)



Our featured artist is
Noel Bebee
Always Take Off Into the Wind (188k)
Surprising a Loreleii (87k)

Fabiana Kofman
Autumn (83k)

Fantasy artist Johanna Pieterman
The Wise Woman (35k)

Wildlife artist Rebecca Kemp
Katrina's Dream (57k)

Mythic Naturalism artist Jonathon Earl Bowser
The Tiger Princess (43k)

artist Steve Cook
The Morrigan (91k)

Sonja J. Haskins
Peony Vamp (33k)
Saffron (23k)



Ivan Taub with his web debut

Song of the Day [A reading in the author's own voice on MP3.]

To Thomas Jefferson [A reading in the author's own voice on MP3.]

Pat Fredeman returns with
Black Cat Supreme

Deborah P. Kolodji is back
Ghost in the Cybermist"

Poet Carl Sennhenn returns with
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"



Rebecca LeTourneau and her thoughtful article on Depression: A Choice?

Michelle Senjem and her personal essay on "Lose a Job, Gain a Dream"

Jack Riepe and his Commentary on E-publishing


   Lida Quillen's monthly column, Practical Tips for Online Authors.


A special note to TT readers. All contents of this 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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