About

The Time Travel Nexus (TTNexus) is a resource for time travelers, for writers and fans of time travel stories and for those interested in real world research related to the possibility of time travel.

The TTNexus blog focuses on content of interest to time travel enthusiasts. When new time travel books, films, shorts, or television episodes are released, TTNexus will bring them to your attention and open the floor for discussion (hopefully including interviews with the authors and creators). From time to time the blog will also highlight resources for writers of time travel works, related news from the world of science, and discussion of classic time travel tales. Comments from readers are encouraged, and if you have a longer topic or viewpoint to discuss, please consider contributing a guest post.

A central feature of TTNexus will be the development of a database containing records for all books, short stories, articles, films, television episodes, comic books, and podcasts that include a significant time travel component. While there are multiple sites on the internet that list time travel travel stories in one particular medium, there’s not much which brings them all together in one place. Equally scarce are sites that collect information relating research and experimentation in physics and related fields that probes into the question of whether or not time travel is really possible, and if so, how it would be accomplished or manifested. Hopefully the TTNexus database will become a valuable resource to time travel enthusiasts from many walks of life.

Above all, the central mission of the Time Travel Nexus is to introduce its visitors to new time travel stories and to provide a forum for people to discuss a topic they love.

We welcome feedback and suggestions for ways to improve the Time Travel Nexus blog and its associated web pages. If you have questions or just want to discuss a topic related to the blog or time travel in general, feel free to communicate with us at one of the emails listed below.

Join the Time Travel Nexus team – We are looking for others to join us, either as guest contributors or as full team members who will be contributing on a regular or semi-regular basis. If you enjoy discussing time travel in books, movies, comics or as it relates to real world science, you just might be a prime candidate for the team. Contact us today to discuss!

The Quick List

Andy Taylor – andy@timetravelnexus.com
CR Berry – cr@timetravelnexus.com
CJ Moseley – cj@timetravelnexus.com
Craig Richardson – craig@timetravelnexus.com
Dan Jury – dan@timetravelnexus.com
David La France – david@timetravelnexus.com
Genevieve Jenner –
genevieve@timetravelnexus.com
Gisela Navarro León –
gisela@timetravelnexus.com
Gregory Taylorgregory@timetravelnexus.com
James Bojaciuk – james@timetravelnexus.com
Janet Raye Stevens – janet@timetravelnexus.com
Jessica Hardaway – jessica@timetravelnexus.com
Joel Van Valin – joel@timetravelnexus.com
Julie Rodelli – julie@timetravelnexus.com
Lara Keilbart –
lara@timetravelnexus.com
Lois Lorraine Reyes –
lois@timetravelnexus.com
Marc Barham – marc@timetravelnexus.com
Mary Helen Norris – maryhelen@timetravelnexus.com
Michael Main – michael@timetravelnexus.com
Mihir Kansara – mihir@timetravelnexus.com
Mindy Campbell – mindy@timetravelnexus.com
Nicole Petit – nicole@timetravelnexus.com
Patricia Fischer – patricia@timetravelnexus.com
Paul Wandason – paul@timetravelnexus.com
RA Blackburn – richelle@timetravelnexus.com
RJ Onyx Moonshadow – rj@timetravelnexus.com
Sophie Iles – sophie@timetravelnexus.com
Tina Marie DeLucia – tina@timetravelnexus.com
Will Martin – will@timetravelnexus.com


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Contributors and Site Partners

Andy Taylor

Andy Taylor

A life long fascination with Time and Time Travel, Andy began posting online reviews in 1999 on his site Andy's Anachronisms. As a science fiction and fantasy writer, Andy continues to explore those themes in his stories. He looks forward to contributing to the Time Travel Nexus.
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CJ Moseley

CJ Moseley

Lead Reality and Aoristic Architect at CJMoseley.co.uk
CJ Moseley is currently an Indie SF author, specialising in humorous weirdness, but has been a web-developer, artist, professional gamer, juggler, magician, theatre manager and physicist. He firmly believes in writing what he knows, which is mostly English.
CJ Moseley
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C.R. Berry
C.R. Berry is a Grindstone Literary shortlisted novelist and author of the time travel conspiracy thriller series, "Million Eyes", which he describes as "Doctor Who" meets "The Da Vinci Code". The first book in the "Million Eyes" trilogy was released in early 2020 by Elsewhen Press and is available from bit.ly/Million-Eyes. An accompanying short story collection, "Million Eyes: Extra Time", was released in late 2019 and is available for free download from bit.ly/Million-Eyes-Extra-Time. On his website he writes articles about conspiracy theories and urban legends, and his top "Star Trek" episodes are the ones where time gets screwy and Captain Janeway's grumbling about "godforsaken paradoxes".
C.R. Berry
Craig Richardson
Craig is the founder and creator of TimeTravelNexus.com. He first stumbled upon a time machine in Boys Life magazine in the early 1970's, and many time trips later, he has lost track of his original timeline. He spends his days with his wife and young son in the timeline he now considers "home". A chance encounter with a future self alerted him to one possible future in which he becomes a published novelist, although whether or not that is a future of his current timeline remains to be seen.
Craig Richardson
Dan Jury
After a decade of sending in countless job applications to the Canadian government's secret time travel department, Dan Jury decided to start his own think tank. 3 years later he is now the proud owner and co-creator of the time-travel graphic novel CHARGE available now on Comixology from Alterna Comics.
Dan Jury
charge@raybixon.com
David La France

David La France

I wrote “The Mr. Robot Paradox” as an episode-by-episode analysis of time travel theories within all four seasons of USA Network’s Mr. Robot series. I was a big fan of the show from the very beginning. Writing this monthly column from January 2019 through February 2020 has been a rewarding adventure as the twists and turns of the series have been revealed. Although the series and my column have concluded, I’ll be continuing on as an occasional contributor to Time Travel Nexus, writing about some of my favorite time travel films.
David La France
Genevieve Jenner

Genevieve Jenner

I make dinner, have opinions, and would be willing to sign the appropriate waivers to hang out with Lord Byron for a weekend.
Genevieve Jenner
Gregory Taylor
Despite having a very linear mindset, time travel has crept into many of Gregory's attempts at fiction (and non-fiction) writing. It began in Grade 7. If you've been to the future, no spoilers about whether he ever tires of it.
James Bojaciuk

James Bojaciuk

As a child, I once spent several weeks trying to build a time machine. That should tell you just about everything. I'm also CEO Duobus of 18thWall Productions, a publishing house dedicated to fantasy, mystery, and sci-fi. All that and he's co-host of The Raconteur Roundtable podcast, and an author whose stories and essays have appeared all across the weird and pulp world.
 
Janet Raye Stevens
Contrary to what her kids will tell you, author Janet Raye Stevens was not around during the 1940s, though she regularly time travels to WWII while writing her mystery and romance stories. When she isn’t visiting 1944, Janet spends her time drinking tea (Earl Grey, hot), plotting revenge (best served cold), and indulging in all things time travel. Janet lives with her family in the Massachusetts suburbs, where, as we all know, nothing is as it seems.
Jessica Hardaway

Jessica Hardaway

Certifiable 12 Monkeys nut. That's all you need to know.
Jessica Hardaway
jessica@timetravelnexus.com
Joel Van Valin
Joel Van Valin is an accidental time traveler. He wrote a story about a veterinarian whose girlfriend is a time traveler - which eventually turned into the novel The Grand Dissolute. Joel is now avidly catching up on time travel fiction as he writes a sequel. He prefers slipstream fiction that is a mixed bag of different genres - a little sci-fi here, a bit of romance there, a dab of mystery and historical fiction. If you have a novel that fits this description he would be happy to review it. In the meantime he lives with his wife, a real-life veterinarian, in St. Paul.
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Julie Rodelli
Julie’s fascination with the construct of time began at an early age. She started to question why we so easily accept that time moves only in one direction. She was drawn to the writings of Albert Einstein, and the doors of possibility opened. Julie now spends her days crafting the time travel series, One World Over Time, partnering with her characters in the creation of exciting time travel excursions for readers. When Julie isn’t twisting the threads of time and weaving stories, she spends her days in the heart of Seattle, where she enjoys the city’s diverse cultural offerings in film, music, and performance art.
Julie Rodelli
 
Lois Lorraine Reyes

Lois Lorraine Reyes

Lois is a programmer who lives in Manila, Philippines. When not coding or daydreaming, she is seen reading classic literature, listening to records, or watching television. Even though she thinks she is horribly limited, her skills and interests lie in numerous fields that people often wonder if she had traveled in time to have experienced so much.
Lois Lorraine Reyes
lois@timetravelnexus.com
Marc Barham

Marc Barham

Marc Barham has almost finished travelling between 2052, 2019, 1986 and 1953. He has finished writing reviews of 'Dark' Season 3. In another universe he has just finished writing a book on the myth of Prometheus and Pandora and its reiteration in films, TV series, epic poetry and books and is now available to crowdfund: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/mythic-metamorphosis . A taste of what to expect was in both my reviews of 'The Time Machine' but it will also include detailed analysis of Alien Covenant, Prometheus, Westworld, Frankenstein, The Handmaids Tale,Thelma and Louise and Percy Shelley, Byron, Goethe and Greek Tragedy. It will be a journey through time in my own mind-driven time machine, from 700 BC to the 22nd century AD, from Ancient Greece and its Gods to the search for our Creator and our Nemesis, the self-aware Android.
Mary Helen Norris
Mary Helen first got hooked on time travel as a young girl watching the Back To The Future Movies. Since then, she has snagged Craig's time machine and gone back to see the Beatles as well as a few other stops. When she's not patrolling the space/time continuum, she's reading, writing, and learning something new.
Mary Helen Norris
Mary Helen Norris
maryhelen@timetravelnexus.com
 
Michael Main
Michael first adventured through time on his fifth birthday with his grandpa at the Bijou, theater at which time Michael fell in love with time machines and Grandpa fell in love with Yvette Mimieux. That adventure was soon followed by a trek to Blackbeard’s time on Doctor Doom’s time platform and a lifetime of other chrono-atypical undertakings on Poly, the three-wheeled time machine. Grandpa also created the Eloi Awards for Outstanding Time Travel and the Master Traveller Awards for Innovation in Time Travel Literature. You can find those and a log of Michael's time travel reading and viewing at storypilot.com.
Mihir Kansara
Hey friends ! This is Mihir Kansara. I live in Mumbai, India . I started writing when I was 15 . Stars amazed me to find out what's out there and how everything works . Time travel has always been a fascinating topic . Sometimes your brain is the answer to everything . The things that are not discovered or invented cannot be taught . It's about Understanding and making a concept . If you are learning science without considering it fiction , then you will never be able to unveil it's darkest secrets !
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Mindy Campbell

Mindy Campbell

I have a passion for writing and a love for movies. I have written my first novel and am working on a second. The idea of time traveling has interested me since I was around the age of 10 when I saw the "Back to the Future" movies for the first time. I am fascinated with the lifestyle and fashion of the 1800's as well as the 1930's-1950's. It would be so amazing to me to live even just one day in one of these eras.
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Nicole Petit

Nicole Petit

The Nexus' resident Ace-ologist graduated from the Time Lord Academy with a major in Street Cred and a minor in Sevateem Studies. She would have pursued a graduate degree but the Patrexes didn't understand that blowing up the art lab was a creative act. This forced her back into the private sector, where she curates and writes books for 18thWall Productions.
  
Paul Wandason
Paul Wandason is a time travel enthusiast who writes for time2timetravel.com, a time travel blog with basics of time travel. As a father of two growing daughters, Paul's eager to avoid the grandfather paradox and has no intention of annoying any of his future grandchildren. If he had any free time he'd probably fill it by looking at the stars and other wonders of the universe. And if he had a time machine he'd probably hide it from his grandchildren.
Paul Wandason

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R.A. Blackburn

R.A. Blackburn

Just a fangirl of the NBC time traveling show saved from cancellation, Timeless!
 
RJ Onyx Moonshadow

RJ Onyx Moonshadow

"Back to the Future" began his interest in time travel and led him to study astrophysics, quantum physics, and cosmology. That was only the beginning as he was hooked on other time travel films and shows, starting with "The Terminator", "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure", "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III", and "The Time Machine".
 
Sophie Iles
Sophie Iles is an artist, writer, and once-upon-a-time animator. She often works with 18thWall Productions, serving as a rotating host on The Raconteur Roundtable, formerly serving as blog coordinator, as well as providing her art and designs. Recently, a short story about Rigsy appeared in kOZMIC Press’ Children of Time: The Companions of Doctor Who, as well as eight illustrations covering companions from Sarah Jane to Kate Stewart. She has written articles on Doctor Who for 18thWall Productions and The Time Travel Nexus. ​ Alongside her writing, Soph’s art has found internet acclaim appearing in Doctor Who Magazine, BBC’s Anglophena’s Doctor Who Round Up (on six occasions), Children of Time: The Companions of Doctor Who, Doctor Who Appreciation Society's Cosmic Masque, The Time Travel Nexus, several Doctor Who fansites, as well as multiple upcoming professional and charity works.
 
Tina Marie DeLucia

Tina Marie DeLucia

If there is a small tidbit or fact about the black and white era of Doctor Who, there is a 99.9999% chance that I already know it. It's not even impressive anymore. On their third re-watch on the British science-fiction show they are a self-righteous artist, cosplay fanatic, a lover of all things science fiction, fantasy and horror and nerdy as sin. And it seems they can finally put this creative writing degree to good use.
 
Will Martin

Will Martin

Will Martin originally hails from Liverpool, but now lives in Dundee, Scotland, whether his body clock agrees with him or not. Growing up, he was repeatedly told by his parents that Doctor Who would be 'right up your alley'. He hasn't asked them but he's quite sure they consider this a bit of an understatement.