I use a Technal forced air print dryer to dry my sensitized tissues, and, with different racks, actual prints. It has a fan-only setting, plus a heated setting. It can accommodate up to 11x17 sheets. I have it sitting in a room with a north-facing window with the blinds down and shut, and a relatively thin curtain drawn over it (certainly not blacked-out). Haven't noticed any fogging as a result. Painting the plexiglas cover of it opaque black would probably allow me to be even more casual about where I put it.

With brush sensitization, I typically only need 1.5-2 hours to dry a tissue. With a stronger or more directed airflow, I could probably cut that time down a little more.

--Greg