From the Editor's Desk


We are pleased to present the sixth issue of Twilight Times ezine. This is our best issue ever -- packed with great stories, terrific artwork, thought-provoking poetry and informative articles. Greg Hoose has the honor of being the first contributor to have a story, original artwork and a poem all appear in the same ezine.

If this is your first visit, check out the archives for more great reading.


Our featured author for this issue of Twilight Times is writer Guilford Barton. Contains air combat, a golf game and the supernatural.
"On the Fringe" -- SF/F -- (31k)

Paul Crilley and his web debut. Broc rebels against the "accepted" way of life.
"The Shrew That Did the Taming" -- Fable -- (17k)

Karen Galarneault and her web debut. An important moment in the life of Charlemagne.
"Under This Sign You Will Conquer" -- Historical -- (27k)

Writer Jesse F. Knight. A ghost story with a twist.
"Vindication" -- DF -- (22k)

Author Sally Odgers. Young Sheba thinks fast on her feet.
"The Crystal Skull" -- YA-F -- (18k)

Writer G. W. Thomas. Torel the Gelt has to solve an important puzzle.
"Owl Night" -- F -- (19k)

J. O. Weiss. A story of how our world might evolve by the year 3000.
"A Perfect World" -- Futuristic -- (26k)


Short Fiction

Greg Hoose.
"Time to Leave" -- DF-- (7k)

K. G. McAbee. Just another pair of juvenile delinquints -- or are they?
"Provoke Not Your Children" -- F-- (9k)

Megan Powell. Made me think of "I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream."
"The Golem" -- F -- (12k)

Carl Rafala. Screenplay format. Think visuals.
"The Invisible War" -- SF drama -- (12k)

Sharilyn J. Steketee. Spiritual journey -- a beginning.
"Sojourn" -- Magic Realism -- (11k)



Our featured artists are

the fantasy art of Ardy Newman
Glass House (21k)
Tapestry (k)

the fantasy art of Judith Huey
Healer and Owl (25k)

mythic naturalism art of Jonathon Earl Bowser
Earth Autum Winter (79k)

Gin May

Cloak & Dagger (39k)
Korina (40k)
Magicka (33k)

the fantasy art of Stephanie Law
Mri (76k)

artist Sonja J. Haskins
Urban Fairy (51k)
River Witch (46k)

artist Greg Hoose
Time to Leave (29k)

artist Steven King
Valkyrie (78k)



Our featured poet is poet/writer/editor/publisher Lea Docken with
"Rhythmic Circle"

Poet Pat H. Fredeman is back with

Poet Joni Latham with
"The Little Visitor"

Poet Kate Hill is also back with
Fate of the Banshee

Poet Deborah P. Kolodji
"Angels Aflame"

Poet Greg Hoose
"Time to Leave"



William R. Brennan on "A Publisher's Insight Into the Wild Ride of Electronic Publishing.

Interviews with e-published authors Ariana Overton and Sherri Jilek.

Joni Latham on E-Publishing."

Steve Lazarowitz on "Writing the Duet."

**[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.

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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