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Series: Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine

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Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1981 04 April by Rod SerlingApril 1981
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1981 05 May by Rod SerlingMay 1981
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1981 06 June by Rod SerlingJune 1981
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1981 07 July by Rod SerlingJuly 1981
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1982 02 February by T.E.D. (editor) (Gardner Dozois; Jack Dann; Charles L. Grant; Jor Jenning KleinFebruary 1982
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1982 03 March by VariousMarch 1982
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1982 06 June by T. E. D. KleinJune 1982
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1982 08 August by T. E. D. KleinAugust 1982
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1982 11 November by T. E. D. KleinNovember 1982
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1983 01 January-February by Roald DahlJanuary-February 1983
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1983 03 March-April by Richard MathesonMarch-April 1983
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1983 05 May-June by T. E. D. KleinMay-June 1983
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1983 07 July-August by T. E. D. KleinJuly-August 1983
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1983 09 September-October by T. E. D. KleinSeptember-October 1983
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1983 11 November-December by T. E. D. KleinNovember-December 1983
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1984 01 January-February by T. E. D. KleinJanuary-February 1984
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1984 03 March-April by T. E. D. KleinMarch-April 1984
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1984 05 May-June by T. E. D. KleinMay-June 1984
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1984 07 July-August by T. E. D. KleinJuly-August 1984
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1984 09 September-October by T. E. D. KleinSeptember-October 1984
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1984 11 November-December by T. E. D. KleinNovember-December 1984
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1985 01 January-February by T. E. D. KleinJanuary-February 1985
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1985 03 March-April by T.E.D. KleinMarch-April 1985
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1985 05 May-June by T. E. D. KleinMay-June 1985
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1985 07 July-August by T. E. D. KleinJuly-August 1985
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1985 09 September-October by Michael BlaineSeptember-October 1985
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1986 01 January-February by Stephen KingJanuary-February 1986
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1986 03 March-April by Michael BlaineMarch-April 1986
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1986 05 May-June by Michael BlaineMay-June 1986
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1986 07 July-August by MICHAEL BLAINEJuly-August 1986
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1986 09 September-October by Michael BlaineSeptember-October 1986
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1986 11 November-December by Tappan KingNovember-December 1986
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1987 01 January-February by Tappan KingJanuary-February 1987
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1987 03 March-April by Tappan KingMarch-April 1987
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1988 03 March-AprilMarch-April 1988
Rod Serling's the Twilight Zone Magazine 1988 05 May-JuneMay-June 1988

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Series description

Newsstand magazine mostly made-up of short stories, mainly horror but also fantasy and SF. It also featured scripts and other material on the Twilight Zone TV series, and other non-fiction content.

It was published from 1981-1989. In the first two years it appeared monthly, then went bimonthly for the rest of its run.

The editors were:T. E. D. Klein, Michael Blaine, Robin Bromley (1 issue), and Tappan King.

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