From the Editor's Desk
We need poetry and article submissions for upcoming issues.
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Our featured authors for the July 2001 issue of Twilight Times:
Alissa Grosso -- an alternate world where the Law says everyone has the right to become famous.
Joanne K. Morse, Ph.D. -- a wonderfully detailed story about lab research gone awry.
Karl W. Bokelmann -- have you ever handled an antique and wondered what stories it could tell? Mrs. Davis has this ability,
perhaps much to her misgiving.
Patrick Welch is back with a story about an exobiologist discovers an intelligent race, or does she?
Lazette Gifford -- the Prince heir will do almost anything to secure the succession
Introducing Susanne S. Bridenbaugh with her first published fiction work about a detective who is gradually drawn into the
world of his suspect.
Robert Marcom is back with a tale about a legitimate alternative life-style is protected by law in the future.
Tricia Urlaub -- a young man has episodes of spontaneous flotation.
Leslie King -- for her entire life, Caerena held on to her belief in magic.
Kay Allen -- if you want to experience the arcane, take a trip to New Orleans.
Our featured artists are
Our featured poets:
Poet extraordinaire Bobbi Sinha-Morey
Introduing Poet Victoria Falkenburg with her web debut.
Poet Chad Hensley
Author Interview with Charlotte Boyett-Compo
Author Interview with Kim Bundy
Author Interview with Barb Starmer
"Eguild Adopts New Mission" by Robert Marcom
"Reaching" by Becky Ruff
"What You Won't Be Getting..." by Charlotte Boyett-Compo
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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