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 seventeenth issue of Twilight Times ezine - online since July 1998.
Especial thanks to Suzanne S. Bridenbaugh, our first Patron of the Arts, for supporting our efforts at Twilight Times ezine. Along with Pat Fredeman, another patron.
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Our featured authors for the Summer 2002 issue of Twilight Times:
Michelle Marr -- Wendy Simmons was sent to Hawaii by her employer after a malfunction of their equipment left her invisible. Now they want her back.
Elena Naskova -- an andro-psychoanalyst is confronted with a problem.
Chris Bauer -- a man holds onto an elusive memory.
Mark Sutton - a tale out of American Indian legends.
Introducing Teena M. Stewart in her fiction debut. This story is about a mysterious neighbor and his sinister plant.
Latricia L. Lane -- not your usual tourist tale.
Edward C. Lynskey -- once a corporal, always a corporal.
Christian R. Bonawandt -- another day's work at the Ultimate Fighters' League.
Introducing Michael Griffith in his fiction debut. A young man frets over his wife's preoccupation with the moon.
Mark Budman -- help is where you least expect it.
Our featured artists are
Pre-Raphaelite artist Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale
Mythic artist Luis Ricardo Falero
Romantic artist John Martin
Our featured poets:
Poet Kelly Ann Malone
Poet Nancy Jackson
Poet Julie Shiel
Poet Qian Liu
Poet Shannon Riley
Author Interview with Cynthia Ward
Author Interview with Robina Williams
"E-books At The Airport?" by Dorothy Thompson
"Paintings as Inspiration" by Robina Williams
"Writing Historical Fiction" by John Gorman
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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