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Enjoy all of John K. Muir's delightful and incisive columns here on the FAR SECTOR.COM site. Click on a link below. Note that John's columns appeared most but not all months. More info soon as I review the history in 2021. [JTC]

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NOTE: Comparing the last files of Deep Outside SFFH with the initial files of Far Sector SFFH, it appears that we ran out the clock on Deep Outside SFFH toward the end of 2002 after a nearly five year run. In January 2003, we published the first issue of the (same) magazine under its new title Far Sector SFFH for a run of slightly over four years (to Spring 2007).[JTC June 2021 23d anniversary of 1998 launch! And 25th anniversary since Brian Callahan and I launched our first websites, Neon Blue Fiction (suspense) and The Haunted Village (SFFH); see the Clocktower Books Museum Site at https://www.museum.fyi for more info]

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For historical information, visit the Clocktower Books Museum Site. Far Sector SFFH (formerly Deep Outside SFFH) was an imprint of Clocktower Books, our umbrella small press publishing house in San Diego, California USA. Our original motto: "Clocktower Books means Exciting Fiction For Avid Readers—On The Web Since 1996." This was digital publishing at its best in that day, including digital and print editions of many titles. Visit John T. Cullen's Webplex for info about Clocktower Books today, plus his continuing books and projects.