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Peter Crowther (born 1949) is a British journalist, short story writer, novelist, editor, publisher and anthologist. He is the founder (with Simon Conway) of PS Publishing. He edits a series of themed anthologies of science fiction short stories published by DAW books. He is also the editor of Postscripts, an anthology established in 2004, releasing since 2012 the Exotic Gothic series. [1]

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Bibliography

Standalone novels

Series

Forever Twilight

  • Darkness, Darkness (Forever Twilight: Book One) (2002) significantly expanded into "Darkness Falling, Forever Twilight": Book 1 (Angry robot, 2011) [2]
  • Windows of the Soul (Forever Twilight: Book Two) (2009)

Collections of Crowther's short stories

Short stories

Anthologies edited by Crowther

Literary awards

Other media

Cultural references

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References

  1. "POSTSCRIPTS". PS Publishing. Archived from the original on 14 February 2012. Retrieved 19 February 2012.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. Detailed review by Opionator — retrieved 2013-08-04
  3. Detailed review by Opionator — retrieved 2013-08-04