Twilight Times

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Spring Issue

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Twilight Times contributor Kallen has created an artwork tribute to honor the fallen heroes and victims of September 11th. A larger version suitable for a desktop is also available.

The new art gallery features Ardy M. Scott, Elantriell, Jessica M. Douglas, Ed Woodward III, Heather Lee Harvey, Amy Clark, Cathy Buburuz and Marge B. Simon.

The poetry pages feature Arline Chase, Annette Marie Hyder, Nancy Jackson, Terry Lowenstein, Julie Shiel and Cynthia Ward.

More great stories from the following authors:

"A Horse, of Course?" by Jim Schicatano.
"Crying for the Moon" by Barbara Davies.
"Hands of Mercedes" by Edward C. Lynskey.
"Lab Rats" by Jonathan Lowe.
"Strains of Wagner" by P. Lord.
"The Calling" by Kevin Anderson.
"The Fire of Iblis" by Mike Dunne.
"The Sacrificial Lamb" by H. Turnip Smith.
"The Three Dancers" by Michael Griffith.
"Tuyere" by Lee Pelham Cotton.


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