Neon Blue Fiction 1996 [1996-1997; retired into Clocktower Fiction which became Clocktower Books circa 2000] Published the world's first true SF e-novel for download (This Shoal of Space, 1996-1997 in innovative weekly serial chapters. More info at CTB Museum pages.
The Haunted Village 1996 [1996-1997; retired into Clocktower Fiction which became Clocktower Books circa 2000] Published the world's first true Suspense e-novel for download (Neon Blue, 1996-1997 in innovative weekly serial chapters. More info at CTB Museum pages.
Deep Outside SFFH 1998Acclaimed web-only magazine that published established and new authors, including then and future noms & awardees of the Hugo, Nebula, Sturgeon, and other prestigious awards. See Enclyclopedia of Science Fiction (ESF) online among other resources. Many of these historic stories can still be read online for free, courtesy wise & generous authors.
Far Sector SFFH 1998When John T. Cullen became sole proprietor of Clocktower Books and its imprints in 2001, he continued the magazine but renamed it Far Sector SFFH and published the stories at Fictionwise.com (now defunct). He ended the magazine's near-decade run in January 2007. With demise of Fictionwise in 2012, stories no longer readable through this venue.
SharpWriter.Com 1998 Started 1998, SWC was John T. Cullen's personal pro writing resource which he turned into an acclaimed portal and review site that was live until retired and offline in 2006. Named one of the Web's top 101 websites for writers by Writer's Market in 1999. To be relaunched as a writing blog sometime soon.
Clocktower Books Domain created 6 June 2000. World's first true publisher of e-novels on line for download starting 1996 as C&C (Brian Callahan, John T. Cullen), became Clocktower Fiction in Fall 1997, then Clocktower Books in 2000 (still actively publishing; by invitation only). Lots of historical info at the CTB Museum pages at the Clocktower Books website.
John T. Cullen Domain created 2 July 2000. Now mainly active at Café Okay site as author and publisher. Continues Clocktower Books tradition with added features like San Diegoer (TBD).