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A total of seven issues appeared between November 1982 and October/November 1983.
 
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Contributions included articles such as "Death In Exeter" by Kevin Clarke.
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Poetry was contributed by Steve Green, Tracy Green and Phil Greenaway.
  
 
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Twilight Zine was the official fanzine of the Solihull Science Fiction Group, based in Solihull, England), and edited by Steve Green.

Twilight Zine was known as The Twilight Zine for the first five issues. It was intended as a replacement for Overmatter.

A total of seven issues appeared between November 1982 and October/November 1983.

Contributions included articles such as "Death In Exeter" by Kevin Clarke.

Poetry was contributed by Steve Green, Tracy Green and Phil Greenaway.