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 twenty-first issue of Twilight Times ezine. We are celebrating our fifth anniversary - online since July 1998.
Especial thanks to Robert Marcom, Patron of the Arts, for supporting our efforts at Twilight Times ezine. Along with patrons Suzanne S. Bridenbaugh, Pat Fredeman, Anne K. Edwards and Elena Naskova.
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Our featured authors for the Summer 2003 Anniversary issue of Twilight Times:
Anne K. Edwards ~ a man dies in the potato salad. And that is just the beginning of the story.
Scott Hancock ~ The park takes an active interest in children.
Marcia Sacks ~ Having to wear bifocals may not be the end of the world.
Mike Grist ~ a close up and personal look at a reality show contestant of the near future.
Tamara Wilhite ~ genetically engineered geniuses, designed to solve all of the world's problems have their own dilemmas.
Mike Koenen ~ an original escapes and his clone goes on the hunt.
Greg Gunther ~ Dr. Frank just wants to be left alone with his creation.
Tina R. Brown ~ A sneak peek at the bureau that keeps track of lost, stolen or misplaced hearts.
Laurie Tom ~ Shana had a vision of a world far away.
Kelly McWilliams ~ Mr. Simon's job is his life.
Our featured artists are
the fantasy art of Jeffrey K. Bedrick
Our featured poets:
Poet Terry Lowenstein
Poet Nancy Bennett
Poet Ann K. Schwader
Introducing Poet Anuradha Rao
Introducing Poet Greg Beatty
Why Authors Don't Market Their Books© by Anthony Hernandez.
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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