Twilight Times

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Halloween 2015 Issue

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Welcome to the Halloween 2015 issue of Twilight Times ezine. Online since July 1998!

Several great stories from the following authors:

Christopher Nuttall
Schooled in Magic -- Fantasy (chapter reveal) (165k)

Rosemary Richards
"Diamond (Three facts and a Tail)" -- Fantasy (debut) (28k)

Cheryl Gray
"Hassayampa, the return of Mastema" -- Fantasy (22k)

John Frochio
"Scarecrow Agonistes" -- SF (22k)

A. M. Arruin
"Seven Bent Directions" -- Fantasy (28k)

Travis S. Taylor and Darrell Bain
Human by Choice -- SF suspense (chapter reveal) (58k)

Douglas Kolacki
"The Philosopher's Stone is Missing from the Smithsonian" -- Alternate history fantasy (19k)



Stephen Caputi
Interview with Stephen Caputi, Author of I Should Have Stayed in Morocco: "I wrote this by the seat of my orange jumpsuit!" (16k)

Ken Lizzi
Talking Craft with Ken Lizzi, Sci-fi Author of Under Strange Suns (10k)


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