From the Editor's Desk
Twilight Times ezine was on hiatus for the past couple of years, but we've re-launched with the Halloween 2014 issue. Going forward, we will be publishing on a regular quarterly schedule -- Winter (January 2015), Spring (April 2015), Summer (July 2015) and a special Halloween issue (October 2015). We need poetry and stories for the Winter issue as well as the Spring issue. We will be open to submissions from Feb. 15 to Mar. 5, 2015.
Many thanks to the talented contributors who are sending us the finest in speculative fiction, poetry and fantasy artwork. This is the thirty-fourth issue of Twilight Times ezine - online since July 1998.
Especial thanks to Robert Marcom, Patron of the Arts, for supporting our efforts at Twilight Times ezine. Along with patrons Jane Toombs, Anne K. Edwards, Penny Gerking, Roger A. Jurack, Suzanne S. Bridenbaugh, Richard Brookes, Jess Butcher, Andrew May, Pat Fredeman and Elena Naskova.
Twilight Times ezine was established to publish the works of unpublished and/or underpublished writers as well as popular SF/F authors.
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Our featured authors for the Halloween 2014 issue of Twilight Times:
Stephanie Gertsch -- a stranger meets an angel in a coffee shop, or does he?
Barb Caffrey -- psychic Arletta James offers advice to a baseball manager.
Cheryl Gray -- trouble walks into a crystal shop in the mystical southwest.
Christine Amsden -- Elizabeth Shaw has an unusual college roommate.
Jonathan Persinger-- a small, square piece of paper may contain a conundrum.
Jeffery Scott Sims -- a wizard travels through the Black Forest.
Thomas Canfield -- a coming of age tale with a twist.
Our featured poets:
[Editor's note: still looking for a few good poems.]
Anne K. Edwards -- Are muses being cheated of their claim to fame?
Aaron Paul Lazar
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