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Dusk is the time of day just after sunset.
Dusk may also refer to:
- Dusk (Tim Lebbon novel), a British Fantasy Award winning novel by Tim Lebbon
- Po-on (novel) or Dusk: A Novel, a novel by F. Sionil Jose
- Dusk, a novel by British author Susan Gates.
- Dusk, an alternative title for Darkwing, a novel in the Silverwing series by Kenneth Oppel
- Dusk (comics), a Marvel Comics character
- Dusk, a character in DC Comics' The Final Night
- Nathaniel Dusk, a DC Comics character
People with the name
- Matt Dusk (born 1978), Canadian jazz musician
Film and TV
- Dusk (film) a 1970 film that Peter Yang acted in.
- Dusk, the name of a fictional film series featured in My Babysitter is a Vampire, which is a parody of the Twilight series.
- Dusk!, the European erotic television channel for women
- Dusk (TV channel), a defunct Canadian cable channel
Classical and jazz compositions
- Dusk, composition for winds by Steven Bryant (b.1972)
- Dusk, work for double bass by Mario Lavista (b.1943)
- "Dusk", choral work by Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000)
- "Dusk", art song by Roy Agnew (1891-1944)
- Dusk, a waltz by Cecil Armstrong Gibbs
- Dusk, big band composition by Duke Ellington
- Dusk (American band), Dusk, a short-lived American girl group founded in 1971 by lead singer Peggy Santiglia.
- Dusk (band), first Pakistani death/doom metal band.
- “Dusk”, a song by Duke Ellington, later recorded by Jim Chappell and Ben Webster
- “Dusk”, a song from Genesis’ 1970 album Trespass
- “Dusk”, a song by Entombed from their 1997 self-titled album
- DUSK (video game), a first-person shooter video
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