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T-Negative
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN
#1 (1969) - #34/35 (1979)

 
1969

T-Negative #1
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, June 1969; 19p.
[copy viewed is a reprint, November 1975]
Cover: Tim Courtney; bacover: Alicia Austin
Original price: not stated

Prologue / Ruth Berman, p. 2-4
Article about being on the set for filming of Spectre of the Gun
Bright Alpha / Dorothy Jones & Astrid Anderson, p. 4-9
A Dorothy & Myfanwy story: A mary-sue resistant to psi effects rescues everyone from a planet of hallucinations
* For the Good of the Service / Ruth Berman and Nan Braude, p. 9-19
Spock is passed over for promotion, leading to his resignation.

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1969

T-Negative #2
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, August 1969, 20p.
[viewed copy is reprint, April 1976]
Cover: Tim Courtney; bacover not credited; illustrations by Alicia Austin
Original price: not stated

Set-to / Ruth Berman, p. 3-4
Shatner interview [actually about an interview rather than the interview itself] for Inside Trek
A note from John Winston, p. 4-5
The actor comments on Lt. Kyle and gives his list of credits
* Tomlinson / Dorothy Jones and Astrid Anderson, p. 5-15
Nice romp! Dorothy & Myfanwy series. A poltergeist letting flat cats and other fauna roam the Enterprise leads to an exorcism.
Blight / E.A. Arnason & Ruth Berman, p. 15-20
The prime directive comes into conflict with an observation post's desire to save a planet.

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1969

T-Negative #3
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, 1969, 15p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, October, 1975]
Covers: Greg Jein
Original price: not stated

Set-to / Ruth Berman, p. 2-5
De Kelley interview on Empath set; with Michael Ansara on Day of the Dove set.
Death Be Not Proud / Ruth Berman, p. 5-15
On a first-contact mission, the crew find a planet nearly dead of plague. Interesting technology - walls you can walk through. Good writing, but the plot not very compelling.
The Old-time Review Dept., Ruth Berman, p. 15
snippets from published reviews: Shatner movies; Nimoy

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1969 T-Negative #4
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, December 1969, 19p.
[viewed copy is reprint June 1976]
Cover: Greg Jein; bacover: Tim Courtney
Illustrations by Juanita Coulson
Original price: not stated

Set-to / Ruth Berman, p. 2-3
dubbing sessions; Doohan interview
The Stainless Steel Rose / Dorothy Jones and Astrid Anderson, p. 4-16
Myfanwy/Dorothy story - adventuress & thief Rose kidnaps Spock
Old-time Reviews Dept., p. 16-19
DeForest Kelley; Shatner television; Nimoy addenda
A Terran Idea of a Vulcan Lullaby / Tim Courtney and Ruth Berman, p. 19
Filk to "Hush Little Baby"

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1970 T-Negative #5
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, February 1970, 17p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, October 1975]
Cover: Greg Jein; bacover: Tim Coutney
Art & illustrations: Kathy Bushman
Original price: not stated
Set-to / Ruth Berman, p. 2-3
Wink of an Eye; Takei interview; Savage Curtain; blooper reel
Within the Barrier / Ruth Berman, p. 4-14
Ill Andorian scientist studying the Great Barrier; new navigator is psi-positive, and affected.
Review Dept., p. 14-17
George Takei; William Shatner - theater; James Doohan
Episode List (production order), p. 17

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1970

T-Negative #6
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, April 1970, 15p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, September 1975]
Cover: Mary Ann Cappa; bacover: Greg Jein
Art & illustrations: Anthony Tollin, Ron Miller, Connie Faddis
Original price: not stated

Oi Vaycon / Ruth Berman, p. 2-4
Baycon con report; incl. Mark Lenard interview
Tomorrow is Yesterday / Dorothy Jones & Astrid Anderson, p. 5-15
Myfanwy & Dorothy beam down to a con to retrieve a crewmate lost in time, meeting Rodenberry and the evil Harlan Ellison.
Old Time Review Dept., p. 15
DeForest Kelley - addenda; William Shatner - addenda; George Takei - addendum; Majel Barrett; Nichelle Nichols; Walter Koenig; Record reviews

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1970

T-Negative #7
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, June 1970, 19p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, October 1975]
Cover: Connie Reich Faddis; bacover: "Where No Man Has Gone Before"
Art & illustrations: Anthony Tollin, Beth Moore, Barbi Marczak, Bernard Zuber, Chris Lofthus
Original price: not stated

Off-Set / Ruth Berman, p. 2-5
Koenig interview
T-Waves [Letters], p. 5, 15-18
The Vigil / Dorothy Jones & Astrid Anderson, p. 6-12
Overdone hurt/comfort with Spock driving himself too hard & long to retrieve a misplaced Kirk.
Post-Menagerie / Ruth Berman, p. 12-15
Kirk & Spock run into Number One; Kirk persuades Spock to send her roses.
Old Time Reviews, p. 18-19
Mark Lenard; D.C. Fontana; sundry addenda

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1970

T-Negative #8
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, August 1970, 23p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, December 1975]
Cover: Clarica Scott; bacover: Evelyn Turner
Art & illustrations: Anthony Tollin, Barbi Marczak, Connie Reich Faddis, Bernie Zuber, Greg Jein, Gail Barton, Ron Miller
Original price: not stated

Endset / Ruth Berman, p. 2-4
"Turnabout Intruder" anecdotes
Old Time Reviews, p. 4-5
first-season ST reviews
Puzzles, p. 6-7
T-Waves [Letters], p. 7-8,5
Letter [from Myfanwy] / Dorothy Jones & Astric Anderson, p. 10
Spock's Affirmation / Jacqueline Lichtenberg, p. 11-23
[Kraith #1]
With Sarek presumed dead, Spock must carry the Kraith to the important Vulcan ceremony of affirmation; on the way he has to induce pon farr to contact one of the Vulcans and effect a rescue, and impregnates her. She therefore dies from the stress of the affirmation.

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1971

T-Negative #9
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, January 1971, 19p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, December 1975]
Cover: Anthony Tollin; bacover: not credited - signed MAC
Art & illustrations: Gail Barton, Anthony Tollin, Barbi Marczak, Al Kuhfeld
Original price: not stated

ST Q & A panel, Funcon '68, p. 2-6
panel with Bob Justman, David Gerrold, Rick Carter, Walter Koenig, Joan Pearce, D.C. Fontana
It Seemed the Logical Thing / Ruth Berman, p. 7-9
Amanda & Sarek discover they are unexpectedly pregnant.
Old-Time Reviews, p. 9-10, 19
ST second season; addenda
The Rainbird / Astrid Anderson & Dorothy Jones, p. 11-19
Myfanwy, Sulu & McCoy take a bird-like Regenswelter anthropologist masquerading as a botanist camping on Earth, with attendant romantic difficulties and a cave-in rescue.
T-Negative #1-8 index, p. 19

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1971

T-Negative #10
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, April 1971,. 23p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, February 1976]
Covers: Kathy Bushman
Art & illustrations: Wendy Fletcher, Gail Barton, MKS, Barbi Marczak, Anthony Tollin
Original price: not stated

Onset / Dorothy Jones, p. 2-4
Nimoy interview
T-Waves [letters], p. 4
Photos - Disguises, opp. p. 4
Intersection Point / Juanita Coulson, p. 5-11
Spock crosses into another universe to retrieve a crucial engine part and becomes comatose.
Spock's Mission / Jacqueline Lichtenberg, p. 12-23
[Kraith #2]
Kraith continuation. After T'Ruel's death, Spock presents flame gifts to Kirk and McCoy to assist in their healing - and, fortunately, to get them and not-dead Sarek out of a Romulan brig.

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1971

T-Negative #11
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, July 1971, 22p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, May 1976]
Cover: Jackie Franke; bacover: Tim Courtney
Art & illustrations: Anthony Tollin, Roz Oberdieck, Barbi Marczak, Jackie Franke, Bernie Zuber, Clarica Scott
Original price: not stated

In re: Star Dates / Ruth Berman, p. 2-5
Conjecture on how stardates work. Who cares?
And Who Will Guide the Blind / Judy Burns, p. 5-11
Story outline. With everyone but Spock blind, Kirk must complete a challenge to take control of a planetary situation. Not bad - could have made an interesting episode.
PerVerse [poem] / Cecily Horton & Ruth Berman, p. 11
. Cute Spock poem.
Marginal Existence / Connie Reich Faddis, p. 11-17
The landing party encounter a planet full of sleepers, with robot guards who turn intruders into sleepers at the sound of speech.
The Yeoman's Captain / Ruth Berman, 18-20
Kirk encounters Rand, married to Finnegan.
Old-Time Reviews, p. 20-22
ST third season
T-Waves: Letters, p. 22

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1971

T-Negative #12
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, October, 1971, 21p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, June 1976]
Cover: Connie Reich Faddis; bacover: Alan Andres
Art & illustrations: Rosallind Oberdieck, Rae Ladore, Connie Reich Faddis, Greg Jein, David Lomazoff, Anthony Tollin, Karen Flanery
Original price: not stated

T-Waves: Letters, p. 2-3
A Dealer in Kevas / Ruth Berman, p. 3-4
More speculation - this time, on what kevas might be.
Spock's Argument / Jacqueline Lichtenberg, p. 5-15
[Kraith #3]
Spock and T'aniyeh construct a motek - a philosophical dance - as their response to the Vulcan secessionist movement. T'Aniyeh continues to reject Spock's marriage proposal. Meanwhile, Enterprise picks up a load of violent Vulcan orphans they must look after.
Prologues / Pat Kienly, p. 15-17
The Commander loses her husband - who looks just like Sarek - to Kirk. Then meets Sarek and learns that he has a son.
Old Time Reviews, p. 17-21
The Lieutenant; sundry addenda

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1971

T-Negative #13
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, December 1971, 23p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, October 1975]
Cover: Rosallind Oberdieck; bacover: Greg Jein
Art & illustrations: Rosallind Oberdieck, Carol Roberts, Tim Courtney, Anthony Tollin, Greg Jein, Anne
Original price: not stated

Cousinage / Ruth Berman, p. 2-4
Attempt to harmonize our ST world with a ST comic from Britain with involving a cousin of Spock's.
T-Waves: Letters, p. 4-5
Sentience Is Where You Find It / Melisa Michaels, p. 5-13
An energy creature beams up with Kirk, like a puppy, then takes over Spock and tries to fly him into the sun.
Spock's Argument, Part II / Jacqueline Lichtenberg, p. 15-23
[Kraith #3 cont.]
Tanya dances out the argument for the Vulcan council, Spock wins; Vulcan will stay in the Federation until the next fan-fic takes up this plotline. More rich, rather silly ritual and logic-dance hoo-hah.

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1972

T-Negative #14
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, March, 1972, 22p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, date not given]
Cover: Lois Spooner and Anthony Tollin; bacover: "The Deadly Years"
Art & illustrations: Rae Ladore, C. Lee Healy, Barbi Marczak, Rosallind Oberdieck, Al Kuhfeld, Ruth Berman, Gail Barton
Original price: not stated

Notes on Leonard McCoy / Ruth Berman, p. 2-6
Speculations on Joanna, etc.
* Picnic / Anna Mary Hall, p. 6-15
A fun one. McCoy sends Uhura on a mission designed mostly for a picnic to help her memory after Nomad, but as it happens her communications skills become vital when the local felids turn out to be sentient. Cute solution to first-contact involving nudity.
Old-Time Reviews, p. 16-21
Gene Roddenberry; sundry addenda.
T-Waves: Letters, p. 22

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1972

T-Negative #15
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, May, 1972, 20p.
[viewed copy is a reprint, July 1976]
Cover: Anthony Tollin
Art & illustrations: Joyce Yasner, Jackie Franke, Gerg Jein, Rae Ladore, Rosalind Oberdieck
Original price: not stated

Star Trek Convention / Devra Michele Langsam, p. 2-4
Entertaining report by organisers of early con.
Brother's Keeper / Ruth Berman, p. 5-7
Spock must look after McCoy, suffering from pneumonia when a landing party goes awry among locals who think them demons.
The Disaffirmed / Ruth Berman, p. 8-16
[Kraith #?]
Nice adjunct to Kraith. Enterprise rescues a young Vulcan who missed the Affirmation and is now an outcast - and proposes to Uhura, who promises to be there for his time if necessary.
T-Waves: Letters, p. 16, 19
Star Trek Kriss-Kross [puzzle] / Agnes Nissen, p. 17
Star Trek Renewal? / Jerry Buck, p. 18-19
copy of news article, with commentary
Old-Time Review, p. 20
Nimoy - theater
Poetry:
Sonnet from the Vulcan: Omicron Ceti Three / Shirley Meech, p. 8

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1972

T-Negative #16
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, July 1972, 22p.
[viewed copy is a reprint: December, 1976.]
Cover: Anthony Tollin
Art & illustrations: Al Kuhfeld, Rosalind Oberdieck, Rae Ladore, C. Lee Healy
Original price: not stated

Son of Star Date / Ruth Berman, p. 2-3
More speculation on Stardates.
Recent Articles of Interest, p. 3
Trekzine Reviews / Carol Pruitt Ing, p. 3-4
Reviews, p. 4
Shatner, Nimoy, Koenig
Spock's Nemesis / Jacqueline Lichtenberg, p. 5-18
[Kraith IV, Pt. 1]
Something has put everyone on the Enterprise to sleep, locked in memory loops; Spock manages to get clear by calling up painful images (pulling him out of healing trance), the whats-it apparently runs on energy from Tanya. Spock grabs those he's melded with - can't reach any others at all - and shuttles them down to the planet to try to rescue the damsel and free them all. Not bad, but again, Spock gives all the orders; Kirk is superfluous, except for getting in the way because he is getting more and more telepathic.
Old-Time Article, p. 18-20
"Television: a Trek Through deepest Space / John Stanley, SF Chronicle, 9/4/66.
Mirror Mirror / Ruth Berman, 19
Entertaining filk to the tune of Thais (whatever that is...)
T-Waves: Letters, p. 21-22

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1972

T-Negative #17
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, August 1972, 22p.
[viewed copy is a reprint: January 1977.]
Cover: Barbi Marczak
Art & illustrations: Rosalind Oberdieck, Rae Ladore, Carolyn Sue Hillard
Original price: not stated

T-Waves: Letters, p. 2, 22
The World of Short Winters / Hal Clement , p. 3-6
Exposition of Cephiids, specifically Capella.
Kraith: Spock's Nemesis, Part 2 / Jacqueline Lichtenberg, p. 7-18
Spock, despite oncoming pon-farr aggravated by the Night of the Blooms, manages to construct crystall devices to protect other members of the crew who then rescue Tanya while Spock goes crazy.
The Pastel Terror / Larry Niven, pl. 18-21
["reprinted from Apa-L"]
Episode outline. Spock was created to improve the Human race by breeding rampantly; strands crew on planet after separating hull. [guess that idea was actually around a long time!]
Index: T-Negative #9-16

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1972

T-Negative #18
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, October 1972, 22p.
[viewed copy is a reprint: April 1977.]
Cover: Alan Andres;
Art & illustrations: Rosalind Oberdieck, Rae Ladore, Gail Barton, Tim Courtney
Original price: not stated

T-Waves: Letters, p. 2
Miniature Star Trek / Richard Van Treuren, p. 3-6
models, from the show and build-your-own
*The Face on the Bar-Room Floor / Eleanor Arnason & Ruth Berman, p. 7-17.
Nice shore leave romp, with Kirk incognito in Samurai outfit, jailed for disturbance & unable to contact ship.
The Injured Party / G.L. Natho & Pat Kienly, p. 17-19
The Commander, on board Enterprise, escapes and dies of poison.
A Very Short Guide to Fandom / Ruth Berman, p. 19-20
Articles of Interest [bibliography], p. 21-22
Reviews, p. 22

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1973

T-Negative #19
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, February 1973, 22p.
[viewed copy is a reprint: August 1977.]
Cover: George Barr
Art & illustrations: Connie Faddis, Janice, Rae Ladore, Rosalind Oberdieck, Anthony Tollin, Greg Jein
Original price: not stated

Notes on Uhura / Ruth Berman, p. 3-6
Not This Time / Melisa Michaels, p. 6-16
The injured Velvet Lady (alien)'s gizmo sends Enterprise to the 1970's; landing party must repair it to get home, aided by a little girl.
Assorted Old Television Credits / Joyce Muskat, p. 17-19
T-Waves: Letters, p. 20-21
Old-Time Review, p. 21-22

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1973

T-Negative #20
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, FMay 1973, 23p.
[viewed copy is a reprint: November 1977.]
Cover: Cory Correll
Art & illustrations: Doug Herring, Jackie Franke, Rae Ladore, Janice, Connie Faddis, Ricky Pearson
Original price: not stated

How I Spent My Thanksgiving Vacation / Dorothy Jones Heydt, p. 2-5
Fantasy Film con report.
Under Review / Carol Ing, p. 5
zine reviews
Dard / Ellie Bach, Louann Jones, Cathy Anderson, Barb Anderson, p. 6-16
Downplanet, McCoy is captured by a "wild child" locally known as "the demon" and her dog; she becomes Kirk's ward
The Hutch / Ruth Berman, p. 17
ballad version of "Menagerie."
Reviews & Articles of Interest, p. 18-21
T-Waves: Letters, p. 21-23
Additional credits, p. 23

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1973

T-Negative #21
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, August 1973, 22p.
[viewed copy is a reprint: July 1978]
Cover: Connie Faddis
Art & illustrations: Rae Ladore, Douglas Herring, Janice, Rosalind Oberdieck, Rickey Pearson
Original price: not stated

Starship Technical Report: Transporters / Mark Schulman, p. 2-6
Old-Time Article: "Captain Kirk, a Man of Tomorrow" / John Stanley, p. 7
from San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle Datebook, March 12, 1967
Puzzle (acrostic) / Jackie Franke, p. 8-9
Articles of Interest [bibiliography], p. 10
Cyrano's Ballade / Ruth Berman, p. 11
Tunnels of an Imprisoned Mind / Carmen Carter, p. 11-18
Spock must perform mind-meld rescue for McCoy, going insane from paralysis after encounter with alien plant. Nice visions of McCoy's loneliness, madness.
Reviews, p. 18-19
T-Waves: Letters, p. 19-21
Under Review [zine reviews] / Carol Pruitt Ing, p. 22

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1974

T-Negative #22
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, January 1974, 19p
[viewed copy is a reprint: December 1975]
Cover: Alan Andres; bacover: Doug Herring
Art & illustrations: C.S. Hillard, Janice, Joyce Yasner, Doug Herring, Rae Ladore, Connie Faddis, Cory Correll
Original price: not stated

Ritual in the Kraith Universe / Joyce Yasner, p. 2-5
Criticism of Kraith's silly depiction of Vulcan life. Hear, hear.
My Life As a Star Trek Widower / Dave Hulan, p. 5-6
Plaints of the abandoned husband. Cute
USS Enterprise, or, The Lass That Loved Electronics / John and Sandra Miesel, p. 6-12
Nice romp. Crewwoman in a pique sends Enterprise (except McCoy) into a loop performing "Pinafore".
T-Waves [ letters], p. 12-14,16
Leila's First Song: To One Called Alien [poem] / Shirley Meech, p. 15
Animation Reviews, p. 16-17
More Reviews, p. 17-18
Articles of Interest, p. 18-19

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1974

T-Negative #23
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, July 1974, 20p
[viewed copy is a reprint: March 1976]
Cover: Kristina Trott
Art & illustrations: Bunny Jackson, Alan Andres, Greg Jein, Ricky Pearson, Caroline Hillard, Janice, Connie Summers, Rosealind Oberdieck, Doug Herring
Original price: not stated

Speculation: Uhura & Kirk / Mary Louise Dodge, p. 2-3
Well-considered speculations on this relationship
The Case Against the Transporter / Richard Van Treuren, p. 4
[Well, yeah... but hey, it's just a plot device]
Uhura Gives Up on a Request for a Song [poem] / Ruth Berman, p. 7
who's got a rhyme for "warp"?
In the Maze / Jennifer Guttridge, p. 7-16
Kirk goes after a missing landing party, ends up with Spock and an injured McCoy being tested like lab rats in a maze full of dangers.
T-Waves: Letters, p. 17-20

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1974

T-Negative #24 S.
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, September 1974, 17p
Cover: Douglas Herring; bacover: Gennie Summers
Art & illustrations: Connie Faddis, Bunnie Jackson, Ricky Pearson, Wendy Lindboe
Original price: $0.50 [back issues $0.75]

Thoughts on: Darkover, Star Trek, and Canada / Jennifer Bankier, p. 3-6
political aspects of ST
One Last Trekzine Under Review Column / Carol Pruitt Ing, p. 6-7
Highly Logical [ST logic puzzle] / Anne Braude, p. 7
And Burned Is Apollo's Laurel Bough / Ruth Berman, p. 9-12
Carolyn Palamas is pregnant by Apollo
Yr Hufen Melyn, The Yellow Cream - welsh song Doohan sings at cons, p. 13
T-Waves: Letters, p. 15-17

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1974

T-Negative #25
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, December, 1974, 18p
[viewed copy is a reprint, November 1978]
Cover: Cory Correll
Art & illustrations: Alan Andres, Gennie Summers, Janice, Connie Faddis, Deborah Collins
Original price: $0.50 [back issues $0.75]

At Odds: Nurse Chapel, the Original Hard-Luck Kid / Karen Fleming, p. 2-4, 18
Nice study of Chapel.
First Beloved / Melisa Michaels, p. 5-12
Spock & Chapel on a rescue mission end up pushing through a barrier that merges their minds oddly.
Index to T-Negatives 17-24, p. 12-13
Articles of Interest, p. 13-14
T-Waves [Letters], p. 14-18

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1975

T-Negative #26
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, March 1975, 17p
Cover: Bunny Jackson; bacover: Alan Andres
Art & illustrations: D.L. Collin, Douglas Herring, Jackie Franke, Ricky Pearson
Original price: $0.50 [back issues $0.75]

A Capital Ship [Filk] / Anne Braude & Ruth Berman, p. 2
* Sleep Not, Dream Not / C.R. Faddis, p. 3-17
Rather nice McCoy tale. Enterprise encounters a planet full of dead people, a ship full of dead Klingons, and old woman Nal, a prisoner who cannot be approached because of a nightmare barrier, and who ends up dying, linked tightly to McCoy.
Puzzle [acrostic] / Jackie Franke, p. 17

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1975

T-Negative #27
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, April 1975, 16p
Cover: Connie Faddis
Art & illustrations: D.L. Collin, Alan Andres, Al Siroid, Jancie, Roz Oberdieck, Ricky Pearson
Original price: $0.50 [back issues $0.75]

The Case of Jonathan Doe Starship / Gregory Jein, p. 2-6
Techie stuff on naming & numbering of starships.
Klingon Chanty [filk] / Dean Dickensheet, p. 6-7
Notes & Theories on Vulcan Mythology / Ruth Berman, p. 8-10
More extrapolation on Vulcan culture, from Spock's firepot idol.
Some Second Thoughts on Vulcans / Pat Gildersleeve, p. 10-12
T-Waves [letters], p. 13-16

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1975

T-Negative #28
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, September 1975, 18p
Cover: Ricky Pearson
Art & illustrations: D.L. Collin, Bunny Jackson, Janice, Douglas Herring, Gee Moaven
Original price: $0.50 [back issues $0.75]

Reprint: "Shatner's Glum about TV Drama / TV and Radio Chatter" by Forrest Powers, Minneapolis Star, August 20, 1958, p. 2
The Brooks of Eden / Marnie Ellingson, p. 3-15
Spock gets to know Leila during Academy refresher. Twines in Paradise Lost bits.
Three Themes [musical themes from Star Trek] / transcribed by Donald Koch, p. 15
List of STzines Received, p. 16
T-Waves: Letters, p. 17-18

 

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1975

T-Negative #29
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, October 1975, 17p
Cover: Douglas Herring; bacover: Gennie Summers
Art & illustrations: Bunny Jackson, D.L. Collin, Janice, Ricky Pearson, Gee Moaven, Alan Andres
Original price: $0.50 [back issues $0.75]

The Unknown Traveller / Deborah Naffziger, p. 3-13
Enterprise picks up a dying Romulan Centurion, but is she or isn't she Vulcan? McCoy and Kirk end up in a stand-off as Romulan ships insist on having her back.
T-Waves: Letters, p. 14, 16-17
Beach to Walk On [poem] / Shirley Meech, p. 15
Reprint: "Television / 'Star Trek' - cause of the greates Public Uprising" by John Stanley, Examiner/Chronicle Datebook (San Francisco), March 10, 1968, p. 14.

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1976

T-Negative #30/31
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, March 1976, 28p plus "T-Minus 30 and counting"
Cover: Gee Moaven ;bacover: D.L. Collin
Art & illustrations: Janice, Bunnie Jackson, Gennie Summers, D.L. COllin, Rae Ladore, Rosalind Ludwig, Connie Faddis, Gary Hawfitch, Heather Firth, Wendy Lindboe, Alan Andres, Anita Nordstrom, Melisa Michaels
Original price: $1.00

Matters Editorial / Ruth Berman, p. 3
G Above High C3 / Phyllis Ann Karr, p. 4-12
Lovely little Asterix crossover romp. The Enterprise crew are rewarded for saving a planet with a "gift" of a crystal that promptly beams Cacofonix the bard on board, soon followed by Asterix and the rest, and then some Klingons join in.
Puzzle [acrostic] / Jackie Franke, p. 12
Eye-Opener / Ruth Berman, p. 13-17
Post - "Wink-of-an-Eye"; Kirk orders a sperm-bank for the Scalosians and sets up time-delayed communications with them while Enterprise runs off on a another mission and the Scalosians age 10 years - but in the interval McCoy et al come up with a cure and the Scalosians are now running at normal speed.
The Birthday Gift [poem] / Melisa Michaels, p. 17
Tune by Amy Falkowitz for "Fragment of a Klingon Chantey" from T-N #27, p. 18
T-Waves: Letters, p. 19-24
List of STzines Received, p. 24-27
Some "Genesis II" Reviews, p. 27-28
T-Minus 30 and Counting, 7 unnumbered pages
Sundry silly spoof bits

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1977

T-Negative #32/33
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, March 1977, 35p
Cover: Mary Ann Emerson; bacover: Ricky Pearson
Art & illustrations: Gennie Summers, Gee Moaven, Mary Ann Emerson, Ricky Pearson, Janice, Suzanne Kirwan, Debbie Collin, connie Faddis, Al Kuhgeld, Rae Ladore
Original price: $1.00

Kaz-Dhu / Marcia Ericson, p. 3-13
First person account of "Amok Time" from T'Lahn who, knowing that T'Pring will challenge, intends to offer herself as Kaz-Dhu, legal substitute and foil her evil plans. Nicely written, with an interesting perspective. But more hi-falutin' Vulcan hoo-hah.
Journey From Babel / Ruth Berman, p. 14-16
McCoy attempts to draw Spock out after Babel, and uncovers a blood relationship. Ruth's usual fine characterization, however short.
The Missing Lesson / Jean Lorrah, p. 16-18
Amanda teaches Sarek how to please her - in the years between...
A Romulan's Tale / Paulliam Smithspeare, p. 19-22
The Balance of Terror in blank verse
Journey to Libel [Filk] / Ruth Berman, p. 23
Journey to Babel, to the tune of Sweet Betsy from Pike
The "Star Trek" Phenomenon. "Star Trek""Cartoons into Literature, or, Spock's Ears vs. War and Peace / Alan Dean Foster, p. 24-26
Transcript of convention speech, on novelizations of animated episodes
T-Waves: Letters, p. 26-32
List of STzines received, p. 33-35

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1979

T-Negative #34/35
ed. Ruth Berman, Minneapolis, MN, March 1979, 39p
Art & illustrations: Wendy Lindboe, Gennie Summers, Melisa Michaels, Connie Faddis, Bunny Jackson, Gee Moaven, Suzanne Kirwan, D.L. Collin, Tim Courtney, Janice anthony Tollin
Original price: $1.00

T-Waves: Letters, p. 2, 24, 34
Spock Too Many / Melisa Michaels, p. 3-23
Spock begins multiplying; a young one hypothesizes that they have been zapped with a time-line disorienter. Things turn serious as the youngster begins to die. Resolution by paradox.
Review of the 3rd Star Trek Concordance with addenda / Ruth Berman, p. 25-31
Visit to an Alternate Universe / Jean Lorrah, p. 32-33
Soliloquy from Sarek's post-Amanda lover
Horta scribens: The Script-Writing Horta / Ruth Berman, p. 34
Amusing scientific description of the creature - which lays rectangular 8 1/2 x 11" eggs.
List of STzines received, p. 35, 38-39
Journey's End / Ruth Berman, p. 36-37
McCoy ends up with Natira, Kirk with Ariel Shaw, and Spock with the Enterprise.
Index to T-N #25-33

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Taking Command [Novel; ADULT: K/S]
Alexis Fegan Black MKASHEF Enterprises

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"What if the transposition which took place over Halka couldn't be reversed in four short hours? What if it took three days? A "Mirror, Mirror" tale."

 

 

 

Tal-Shaya
Cheree Townsend Cargili, Garland TX

 
1973

Tal-Shaya #1

Data source:
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Tal-Shaya #2

Scripts That Didn't Quite Make It" N. G. Nieling
New Ways J. Bielowicz
Charisma C. Townsend

?
1976

Tal-Shaya #3 Aug 1976
Ed. Cheree Townsend Cargill and Laura Virgil, Garland TX, August 1976, 56p.
Cover: Laura Virgil; bacover: Cheree Cargill
Art & illustrations: Laura Virgil, Cheree Cargill, Gee Moaven, Katy Wilson, Linda Cappel
Original price: $2.50

Editor's page, p. 4
Diamonds and Rust: A Word form the Other Author / Mandi Schultz, p. 5-6
Diamonds and Rust, the Story so Far / Rusty Hancock, p. 7
How Long the Night, How Bright the Stars / Cheryl Rice, p. 8-25
[Diamonds and Rust, chapter 2]
A Touch of Love / Jacqueline Bielowicz, p. 28-36
[Author's note: "a rebuttal to 'The Price of a Handful of Snowflakes' by M.L. 'Steve' Barnes"]
"But That's Not the Way It Happened!, p. 36
What the Well-Dressed Alien Is Wearing [portfolio] / Linda Cappel, p. 38-44
Wind / Cheree Cargill, p. 46-47
Fred and Zelma's Summer Vacation [cartoon] / Katy Wilson, p. 48-49
I'm Not Dead Yet / Johanna Cantor, p. 51-53
Cartoon Time/ , p. 54
 
Poetry:
Dimensions / Cheree Cargill, p. 26
Dying / Cheree Cargill, p. 45

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1977 Tal-Shaya #4 Apr 1977 ?

 


 

Tales of Feldman [Novel?]
Mindy Glazer, Jackson Heights, NY, 1981, 209p.

 
1981

Hupe: "won a Fan-Q award"; "The ultimate Mary Sue gone bad novel!"
Ad in Vault #2: "you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll kiss your brain good-bye"
BW: "...Ensign Fiona Feldman, a very eccentric young woman who, in a series of misadventures, ends up marrying Spock and having a daughter by him. In the end, she takes the baby and runs away. In the epilogue, the author explains that Feldman 'never really understood' military discipline."

Data source:
Catalog: Hupe

Boldly Writing

 

 

Tantalus
ed. Ann Zewen; Orion Press

 
 

Tantalus #1

 

 
 

Tantalus #2

 

 
 

Tantalus #3

 

 
 

Tantalus #4

 

 
 

Tantalus #5

 

 
1993

Tantalus #6
Ed. Ann Zewen, Irvington, AL; Distributed by Orion Press, Albany GA, 1993, 112p.
Cover by BEKi.
Art & illustrations by Toni Hardeman, Christine M. Myers, Sherry Veltkamp.
Original price: not stated.

From the Editor / Ann Zewen, p. 2
* Fire in the Lake / Ann Zewen, p. 3-47
The crew don't make it back from the Mirror Universe.
* Alone / Laurel Ridener, Mary Rottler and Lynn Syck, p. 48-58
Nice "what-if" vignette - on Rura Penthe, Kirk & McCoy both experience dream-visions - McCoy of the consequences if he had not gone with Kirk; Kirk of having let McCoy die a better death than this in a previous incident.
Mind Net / Alinda Alaine, p. 59-75
An Ekon terrorist group is tracking Kirk mentally. Kind of a Mary Sue, with a telepathic protector for Kirk.
* Hands of the Healer / Carole L. Miller, p. 76-111
Kirk is dying from the spreading effects of a grazing disruptor bolt, and McCoy, having exhausted all his tricks, discovers a new one - direct empathic contact - that almost does him in. Spock to the rescue.
Final Thoughts / Ann Zewen, p. 112

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Tantalus #7

 

 
1995

Tantalus #8
Ed. Ann Zewen, Irvington, AL; Distributed by Orion Press, Albany GA, January 1995, 190p.
Cover: Christine Myers.
Art & illustrations by Christine Myers and Margaret O'Quinn
Cover price: not stated.

From the Editor / Ann Zewen, p. 2
Tantalizing Thoughts (LoCs), p. 3-4
* A Minor Irritation / Holly Trueblood, p. 5-29
Spock gets an infestation of serious alien chiggers, and we get a serious hurt/comfort story as Kirk and McCoy battle to save him from himself. Very well executed.
The Voice of Time / Joanne Seward, p. 30-55
Kirk is almost carried off to be the eternal consort of a mummy.
Complications / Jill Thomasson, p. 56-67
Spock & McCoy both suffer complications from Sarpeidon. Not up to this author's usual excellence. This one had interesting potential, but is rather schmaltzy with unconvincing plot development. The final technofix is unsatisfying, and the effect of lost love on Spock could have used more exploration.
Shattered Fortress / Eileen Curtis, p. 68-85
Pretty much a gratuitous torture tale with Klingons taking revenge on Kirk by ripping Spock to shreds body and mind. The Romulan Commander appears from nowhere and with no purpose other than to be the cavalry, and after a lot of treacle from the Three, all is well.
* Skin Deep / Holly Trueblood, p. 86-115
A laser scalpel malfunctions as McCoy is taking off Kirk's Romulan disguise, leaving Kirk disfigured and McCoy's operating hand spastic. And the Romulans are in hot pursuit to retrieve their commander and cloaking device.
Not Light But Warmth / Lynn Syck and Mary Rottler, p. 116-189
Novella - in the aftermath of Babel, Spock reports both McCoy and Kirk for dereliction of duty, constructs a barrier to protect himself completely from letting emotions affect his judgment in future, and resigns. Kirk's health waxes and wanes with the barrier until Kirk's own anguish destroys it. Pretty heavy H/C here with generally strong writing, though not quite enough plot to carry the emotion.
Final Thoughts / Ann Zewen, p. 190

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Tantalus Revisited, 196 p,digest sized, spiral bound.
Orion Press

TOS hurt comfort & mirror universe

[The TANTALUS REVISTED page is now found at http://www.zebra.net/~eannz/tantalus/]

Landers:

A collection of stories previously published in issues of Tantalus, featuring the works of Mary Rottler and Lynn Syck, Holly Trueblood and Ann Zewen. Featured stories include
"End Game," by Rottler and Syck, which takes a look at the ramifications physical, emotional and political of the events in "Amok Time."
"Alone," Rottler and Syck are joined by Laurel Ridener to show how Jim Kirk and Leonard McCoy face the long night on Rura Penthe, each wrestling with his own demons and his worry about his friend.
In "Not Light But Warmth," Rottler and Syck take a look at the aftermath of the "Journey to Babel."

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Tender Expressions [Novella]
by Wendy Montgomery; ScoTpress, 58p.

 
?

Hupe: "A Spock novel"

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Boldly Writing

 

 

Terrans for Leonard Nimoy
Club Zine; Kyllikki Hodgden, Ithaca, NY

 
1975

Yearbook, 1975:
The Trouble With Tribbles' (review)" B. Battuello
"Star Trek Lives" (review)"
A Nimoy is Something Special" K. Hodgden
Desiderata
Advise to Con-Goers (A) K. Hodgden
Leonard Says!" L. Nimoy
Reflections of Spock's Thoughts" O.J. Eckland
Spock on Tribbles"
L.N.'s Records" S. Bonnichsen

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1976 Yearbook, 1976:
Leonard Nimoy Helps Save Historic Monument" K. Hodgden
"Sherlock Holmes" (review)" B. Hill --
To Hold Out A Hand In Hope S. Brundige
A Visit to a Con (A) S. Brundige
One Day at a Star Trek Con" S. Brundige
The Trion or Gara IV S. Brundige
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Terra-Vulcan Yearbook
Debra McWilliams, San Diego, CA

 
1972

1972:
Vulcan" J. Peacock
Mythology" M.E. Rabogliatti
Reaching (music)" B. Oroukin
Vulcan Symbolic Alphabet" J. Peacock

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1973 1973 Trexindex?
  1975:
Child of the Stars D. McWilliams
Homecoming "Adria"
Vulcan Thoughts" J. Wright
Untitled "Alma Linda"
Trexindex?

 

 

Tesseract
HS zine, Letitla Wells, Washington, DC

Trexindex
  #1
Report to the Society" P. Adams
Creation-Day One F. Sharpe
Limbo" D. Mazer
Waterlogged (Part 1) E. Sharpe
 
  #2
No Miracles for Bethlehem F. Zwanzig
Gates of Hollin F. Zwanzig
He Stands in the Shadows F. Doddsworth
The Three Matriarchs "Anonymous"
Interim P. Adams
There and Back Again" "Six Little Hobbits"
The Merging L. Wells
Waterlogged (Part 2) E. Sharpe
 
  #3
On Trekkies" C. Snyder
The Angel of Retribution J. Berlow
Bats! F. Sharpe
Lord of Death B. Bmwn
Midnight Snack F. Zwanzig
Mathematical Tragedy "Dot Product"
A Day and a Knight P. Adams
The Inheritance L. Wells
On Monday Night E.A. Rowe
Waterlogged (Part 3) E. Sharpe
 
1976 #4 Nov 1976  
1977 #5 Mar 1977  
1977 #6 Jun 1977  

 

 

 

Tetrumbriant
ed. Germaine Best, Brooklyn, NY

 
  #1
Nichelle (A) G. Best
Spock:Guardian of the Tradition (A) J. Lichtenberg [Also in Kraith Collected #1]
Tei Daminen A. Valenza
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  #2
The Phoenix (Part 1) B. Fishman
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  #3
The Poisoner of SF. R. Schoenberger
Shealku J. Lichtenberg [Also Kraith Collected #1; Impulse #4]
Zyeto J. Lichtenberg [Also in Kraith Collected #1, Kraith Creator's Manual]
And May the Best Man Win A. Valenza
And the Planet is Still There A. Valenza
Tei Daminen A. Valenza
The Phoenix (Part 2) B. Fishman
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  #4
Absent-Minded W. Howlett [Also in Probe #1]
Meeting of the Federation and Empire" C. Waiske
Space War W. Howlett [Also in Probe #1]
Quadrant Three W. Howlett [Also in Probe #1]
Kirk Remembers M. Pospula
Klingon Krisnorin" C. Walske
The Great Ixtenchin Telifoan Syborg Device A. Valenza -
Through Time and Tears (Part 1) J. Winston [Also Kraith Collected #3]
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  #5
Kysadel (A) (Part 2) A. Valenza
Britain-Con" J. Elson
Dis-Con:Two Views" A. Abramowitz
Scenes We'd Like to See' K. Smithlme
Fiawol is..."
Discordance of Fandom"
The Obligation J. Lichtenberg [Also in Kraith Collected #3]
Star Trek Culture as of 2034 (A) A. Valenza
Through Time and Tears (Part 2) J. Winston [Also Kraith Collected #3]
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  #6
Pattern Landing W. Howlett
A Semi-Rebuttal..." C. Walske
Fifth Season Star Trek (A) G. Best
Early SF TV Series" A. Asherman
Star Trek Cartoon B. Nieves
Article" A. Valenza
Aftermath M. Pospula
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  #7
A Klingon Heritage C. Walske
Incident on a Summer Morning W. Howlett
Memories F. Zawacky
Visual A. Valenza
For I Am Lonely and Among Strangers (Part 1) M. Pospula
Star Trek Cartoon B. Nieves
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  #8
How to Put on a Fanzine (A) A. Valenza
Space:1999 The Book (review) (A) G. L. Adler
Happily Ever After" L. Schwende
The Last Fan" W. Howlett
Space:1999-More Fi Than Sci" I. Asimov
Space:1999 (review)"-
ITC Publicity Hand-out"
Commentary Counterpoint G. Best
Commentary Point (A) G. Adler
Star Trek Cartoon B. Nieves
For I Am Lonely and Among Strangers (Part 2) M. Pospula
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  #9
Letter War A. Valenza
Litany A. Valenza
Gamesters A. Valeza
The Sins of the Fathers A. Valenza
What? G. Best
Bivariate Interaction A. Valenza
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  #10
War:Klingon-Cheveh A. Valenza
War: Ar'romi-Klingon A. Valenza
Movie News" D. Rose
Death is not..." W. Howlett
Two of a Kind W. Howlett
Decadence" A. Valenza
Klingon Prey C. Walske [Also in Mindsifter #3]
Iristhan A. Valenza
Power Play S. Kitty [also in Second Age #2]
The Courtesies of Knowing A. Valenza
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  #11
Book Reviews" P. Cul len
Interview with the BEM P. David
Vulcanur Linguistics" F. Marder
No Converts Allowed N. Bock
Star Trek-TV's Newest" G. Roddenberry
No Greater Monument F. Jaeks
CBS Special "The Tenth Level"
I Don't Want Justice B. Wheadon
And the Planet is Still There A. Valenza
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  #12
Horrors A Nightmare N. Bock
Swords of Revlon P. David
I've Got Friends W. Howlett
Fanzine Reviews" G. Best
Nemuzuth, the Juggler F. Grasso
You Know You've Been Gafiating Too Long..."
After the Crucifiction F. Offsey
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  #13 1977 58 p.
Partly ST, partly other genres, incl. Anji Valenza's Klysadel Universe
 
 

#14 Jan 1978

Best of Tetrumbriant v.1
First Meeting C. Walske
The Sum of the Parts A. Valenza
Star Trek Animated Version(A) G. Best
A Christmas Story L. Schwende
Is Nothing Sacred?(A) G. Best [Also Tetrumbriant #9, #11, #12]
Surak's Construct J. Lichtenberg [Also Kraith Collected #1; Pastakian Sharturus #2; Pastakian Vesla #2; Star Fleet Handbook #1, Best of Tetrumbriant v.1]

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Thank You, Star Trek
Kris Smith, 1970

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1970    

 

 

There Are Three
Ed. Ingrid Cross & Joyce Tullock; Odyssey Press, Baton Rouge, LA, July 1985, 152p

 
1985
Cover: Suzan Lovett
Art & illustrations:
Susan Lovett, Deborah Phillips, Kate Maynard, Vel Jaeger, Sue Keenan, David Garcie, Mel White
Original price: not stated
 
Remarks [editorial] / Ingrid Cross, Joyce Tullock
* The Pearl / Sandra Middleton, p. 1-8
In trying to help McCoy get over Minara, Kirk discovers that the doctor loved Gem. Spock presents McCoy with a Vulcan pearl.
** We're Trapped / Debra Sims, p. 9-10
S/M dialogue, trapped in cage waiting for beam-out
* Succession / Shirley Sipe, p. 11-33
Enterprise crew is called to assist in disaster on a planet where the leaders are distrustful of the Federation. The local medical establishment rules by giving as well as healing disease -- and decide to make an example of Kirk by having him die of a normally mild disease.
* A Fleeting Touch / Sandra McHale, p. 34-58
Dark Lord Ruhle (dressed like a housefly), invisible holder of the touch of death, having spread Thy-Rygic disease on a colony planet, attacks the Trio.
* Crystal, Crystal, Burning Bright / Madalena Mumford, p. 61-85
On shore leave with Kirk, McCoy is abducted, mistreated for an extended period, and used as bait to pit Enterprise against a Klingon ship, battling for a new crystal-based force shield that is transparent to transporter beams.
The Gift / Sue Keenan, p. 86
Some alien being debates over which of the Three it should bond with.
A Transmigration on the Genesis Planet / Tess Thomas, p. 87-89
McCoy has nightmares about Khan after Genesis.
The Penultimate Computer / Barbara Devereaux, p92-99
Ultimate Computer spoof, with the Triad all writing trilogies.
A Last Request / Sue Keenan, p. 102
McCoy death scene; Spock in attendance.
A Loss to Thee / Dawn Law, p. 103-112
Because Kirk has information he must protect from his Klingon captors with his life, Spock agrees to kill him, with McCoy's assistance.
** The Shattering / Joyce Tullock, p. 113-144
Kirk and Spock force McCoy to relive and confront his anger at them for leaving him alone to suffer the Vian experiments. A little gushy, but basically very well done. Especially liked Scotty hauling off and knocking Kirk on his ass for what he's doing to McCoy - hint at a stronger friendship there than we see much.
Synthesis / Ingrid Cross, p. 146-152
Interesting little fantasy piece. A dark stranger, presumably Spock, arrives to bring the dangerous third dream to the King Ciroe and his wizard Linerd.
 
Poetry:
Possibilities / Sandra Middleton
Trilogy of Hope / Ingrid Cross, p. 33
Heal Thyself / Anne Batterby, p. 59
* Invitation Declined / Meg Fine, p. 60
McCoy has a little problem with seasickness
Keeper of the Katra / Nora Jeffrey, p. 90-91
McCoy and Spock each soliloquizing on their experience in STIII
Reflections of a Country Doctor / L.S. Swisher, p. 112
McCoy musing on the deaths of Peter Preston and Spock
The Tahiti Syndrome / Elaine Batterby, p. 145
McCoy musing on Kirk's loss of Miramanee

 

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These Are the Voyages
Geoff Allshorn, Victoria, AU 1983, 88p

?
  Collection of stories by Geoff  


1982

**The Third Verdict [Novel]
Beverly C. Zuk, 1982, 132 p.

A Scotty novel, and a very lovely Scotty novel it is. Beverly Zuk can plot like nobody's business, and her characterization is flawless.

   Enterprise is on ambassadorial shuttle duty, taking Sakti, the young goddess of Kendar, and Ambassador Vetti and entourage to an All Faiths Conference. Sakti and Scotty take a shine to each other and he becomes her guide/daddy. What he doesn't know until too late, however, is that she must make a perfect sacrifice to the gods before she becomes a woman - which McCoy has revealed to her will be in just about another month. She sacrifices Kirk. Scott finds him and gets McCoy & co. there in time. Realizing, he goes to Sakti to tell her Kirk is alive, and in anger takes her by the throat. She is found strangled 25 minutes later, Scott holding her.
   Scott is cleared by the hearing, but Vetti insists on a trial, which Starfleet asks Scott to undergo, in Scotland, for the good of the Service. Scott agrees, hoping the trial will reveal the real killer. Vetti, Spock and McCoy are all suspects in his mind, among others. During the trial, Spock and McCoy are staying at Scotty's house, leaving plenty of opportunity for marvelous S/Mc interactions. The courtroom stuff is very fine. Scott's pre-Starfleet history of violent temper is brought out damningly. Spock and McCoy each testify in a manner that brings public opinion sharply against them and suspicion onto themelves, in order to further the defense strategy of reasonable doubt. McCoy agonizes over whether he has lied to both the jury and to Scotty in painting an unfavorable picture of Sakti. Kirk, still very ill, is transported in as the sole defense witness. Scott, when his case is almost won, insists on taking the stand to correct the bad impression of Sakti the others have created -- and in the process awakens the memories he needed to know the true killer - the scent of Vetti in Sakti's room. As the trial goes on, followers of the growing Kendar religion become violent, seeking the death of the god-killer (as well as the undelivered sacrifice). Revelations are tipped to us in perfect timing; we slowly discover what McCoy was doing when he left his critically-injured captain to leave his prints all over the dead girl's room (searching for the poison to find an antidote) and what Spock was doing that was so absorbing he missed all the excitement (meditating on the probability of a revival of the Kendari sacrificial cult). In the end, Scott is acquitted as "not proven" and Vetti, leading a mob to kill all the Enterprise officers, is trampled to death by his own followers as the E-men are transported away.
   The title, we are told, has two meanings. Scotland apparently has the only legal system that allows a third verdict other than "guilty" and "not guilty" - "not proven" - which is what Scott receives. And, he is tried in three courts - the judicial court, the media court, and the court of popular opinion. The only flaw I see in the novel is that it is stated that Scotty has won in the third court - but that is not actually demonstrated, and doesn't actually seem like the logical outcome. Of course, he has certainly won in Trekdom; perhaps that counts.

A few keywords: Living Goddess; Perry Mason; sacrifice; heart; womanhood; tea; Kali; convert; testify; unproven.

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This Simple Feeling
Geoff Allshorn, Victoria, AU 1983, 88p

?
1983 Anthology Source:
Ad in Vault #3 -planned.

 

 

Tholian Web
Sylvia Stanczyik, Erie, PA

Trexindex
  #1
Excedrin Headache No.564
The Last Laugh S. Stanczyk
Human Pride vs. Vulcan Logic N. Smith
Memo D Marchant
Contact D. Gurnett
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  #2
Ads? R. Bathurst
Pursuit B. Murillo
The Secret Diary of James T. Kirk S. Stanczyk
Requiem for Glory L. Basta
 
  #3
The Crossing Lords (novel) C. Meredith
 
  #4
Aftermath S. Maiewski
Just a Kirk of Fate R. Bathurst
More De-Classified Ads (A) S. Stanczyk
The Day the Vulcans Lied N. Bradfield
Sub-Space Wave Lenths C. Hillard
 
  #5
The Fulfillment A. Spectra
Infinity is Mine (Part 1) N. Bradfield
 
  #6  
 

#7 Mar 1972
The Queen's Pawn J. Peacock
Infinity is Mine (Part 2) N. Bradfield
The Daneswoman (novel) L. Basta

 
  #8
Zatishur P. Richter
Half-Breed J.L. Aker
 

 

 

Threshold [Novel?]
Fern Marder and Carol Waske, Poison Pen Press, Brooklyn, NY, Jan 1978, 112p

 
1978

Nu Ormenal story

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Thrust [ADULT]
Carol Frisbie, Arlington, VA, 1978

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T'Hy'La [ADULT: K/S]
Kathleen Resch ["Pentagram Publications" on some]

 
1981

T'Hy'La #1
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Pentagram Publications, Temple City, CA, October 1981, 187p.
Cover: Vel Jaeger; back cover: Barbara Gordon
Art by Merle Decker, Gayle Feyrer, Barbara Gordon, Vel Jaeger
Original price: not stated, but $21.00 is given on KnightWriter website

Just the Way the Story Goes / Toni Cardinal-Price, p. 6-12
With Spock incommunicado in his Kolinahr training, Kirk is unable to move on in his life. Lori decides not to renew their marriage contract when Jim can't give up trying to reach Spock.
Homecoming (filksong to "Come in from the Rain") / Elaine Tripp, p. 20
Snowfire / Pamela Rose and Lezlie Shell, p. 21-52
Stranded in a bitterly cold region of an anti-Federation planet, Kirk and Spock camp out and nearly consummate their relationship. Unfortunately, Spock takes a walk to sort out his expectations, is severely injured by an animal trap, and then rescued by the trapper. Still more unfortunately, the trapper sells the pair to a brute whose price for warmth and food for Spock is Kirk's service in his bed. Once Spock revives, he misinterprets the relationship, further complicating their own when they are rescued.
The Freedom When You Fall / Annette Hall, p. 56-74
Spock takes steps to move their relationship beyond the physical to a proper bonding; Kirk is reluctant, haunted by the death curse that seems to hover around those he has loved.
Four-Star Rating / Dvery Helm, p. 82-85
Romp. Spock persists in stealing Jim's favorite porn tapes. When Spock inadvertently destroys one Jim has not yet viewed, they discover a creative solution to the problem.
Mirror Image / Marie Aranas, p. 86-102
Nice Mirror Universe take. Kirk has severed their relationship once Spock reveals to him that he is working with the rebellion, but Kirk continues to allow him to live. Kirk is on the verge of allowing Spock to become a sacrifice for the Empire when McCoy - also in the rebellion - convinces Kirk that it will be to his advantage to rescue Spock. Back aboard, Spock must convince Kirk that he loves him, not his Federation counterpart.
Watching... Watched / Devery Helm, p. 105-109
Vignette of a tryst, first from McCoy's point of view watching Jim and Spock and becoming finally and viscerally convinced of their relationship, then from Jim's point of view.
Discovering T'hy'la / T'Catrina, p. 109-110
Vignette; first-time. Kirk has arranged for the pair to be stranded on a planet as Spock enters pon farr.
Second Time Around / Tish, p. 110-113
Kirk agonizes over having run from his budding romance with Spock, and is given counsel from, of all people, Chekov - who recognizes the signs from his own relationship with Sulu.
Waiting / Martha Bonds, p. 117-119
Spock muses over Kirk's continuing interest in and effect on women.
Within the Prism / Kathleen Resch, p. 120-183
While exploring an archaeological dig on a Caitian colony, Kirk is trapped by a machine designed by the long-dead civilization to harvest experiences for their amusement. This is deja-vu for Spock, who had been present on the site when Pike was caught by the machine - though that time there had been a last surviving voyeur directing the programming. Spock managed to rescue Pike with his first, frightening mind-meld with a human, and destroy the greedy alien. This time, too, he must go into meld mode and rescue Kirk. The melds, which make up most of the tale, are exceptionally well done and very complex. Most of the time we are in Spock's mind, while he is in Kirk's mind, recalling his experiences before, after, and during the time he was in Pike's mind. It all works out nicely, and we get some great insights into Spock's behavior under Pike's command and his changed persona under Kirk's. The naked pain he confronts in Pike's mind as it recalls the death of his lover Hao Nguyen (during on a mission to rescue Andorian boys undergoing their adulthood ordeal) convinces Spock to give up his experimentation with developing his human side, and rigorously pursue the ways of Vulcan. There are, of course, revelations between Kirk and Spock about each hiding his love of the other. The Shore Leave planet fantasy scenes recalled by Kirk are particularly charming. All in all, a fine read with lots of nice tidbits integrating little bits from many episodes. The Caitians, though they play no major roles here, are quite delightful.
 
 
Poetry by:
Toni Cardinal-Price, Jean Chabot, Gene S. Delapenia, Cynthia Drake, Barbara P. Gordon, Vel Jaeger, Ellen Korbin, Crystal Ann Taylor, Tish

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T'HY'LA # 2
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Features "The Things I Cannot Change," a novel by Chris Thomson and Susan Wyllie. An old enemy of Spock's decides now is the time for revenge and chooses the one method that will hurt him most." Explicit violence.

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T'HY'LA # 3
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Kirk and Spock are stranded in Vulcan's past...
The Romulan Empire wins the war and the former Commander makes her plans for her two new slaves...
Eva Stuart, A.T. Bush, Sharon Fetter, Vivian Gates, K.S. T'Lan, Cynthia Drake, more. Cover by Gayle Feyrer.

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1984
T'Hy'La #4
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Santa Clara, CA, 1984, 202p.
Cover: Gayle Feyrer; backcover: 'Roo'
Art & illustrations:
Artemis, Georgia Barnes, Maureen Burns, Marilyn Cole, Ann Crouch, ERIC, Gayle Feyrer, Barbara Gordon, Vel Jaeger, Suzan Lovett, Caren Parnes, 'Roo,' Virginia Lee Smith, the Southern Cross, TACS
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Without Guilt / K.S.T'Lan p. 1-11
Guilt experienced by Uhura, Chekov and Sulu after they have been rescued from sex-slavery sparks Spock's thoughts along lines of what relationship he seeks with Kirk - and gives him wet dreams. Kirk, as soon as Spock decides to discuss the matter, takes action.
Pawn to Queen's 4 / Sharon Fetter & Devery Helm p. 15-23
Post - "Cloudminders" Kirk discovers that he was jealous of Droxine, and is avoiding Spock because he's embarrassed to be in love with him. Spock interprets the avoidance as resulting from Spock having observed his exaggerated behavior with Plasus and Kirk being unwilling to tell Spock about the resulting reprimand he received from Starfleet, indicating less friendship than he had been assuming. McCoy forces Kirk to discuss it with Spock; he does; they resolve to find "an agreeable solution."
And a Bottle of Rum / Cynthia Drake p. 26-31
Kirk takes Spock to the Shore Leave Planet to play pirates.
The Snowman - Ginger Dawson p. 33-34
Vignette - Kirk teaches Spock to throw snowballs
Two Way Mirror / Sue Meek p. 35-37
His trip to the Mirror universe shows Kirk that the other Spock desired his captain, and sets Kirk to work to find out if his Spock has similar ideas.
Deva / Fiona James p. 41-46
Spock and Kirk are lovers and dealers of kevas and trillium. The arrangement is understood by both to be for on-board ship. Spock is distressed by the prospect of Jim running off to the whores on shore leave, and trying not to be. As it turns out, Kirk is also unsure if he is imposing too much on Spock. Resolves by Kirk asking for the bonding meld Spock has tried not to ask for.
Lessons / Vivian Gates p. 47-61
Kirk and Spock, because of rumors that they are lovers, which really upsets Kirk, are assigned to pose as lovers for negotiations on a planet whose population is largely homosexual. Spock takes advantage of the opportunity to learn how to please a man, under the tutelage of a local attache.
*Miracles / Kathleen Resch p. 65-66
Sweet vignette. Spock attends Kirk in his old age, providing visits into memory on the Enterprise (but not too much, as Kirk finds it too Pike-like) along with assurance that he will be remembered as clearly.
Call of the Flesh / Gail Lee p. 67-81
Spock has been stranded on a planet for years, with T'Peri, whom he inevitably takes as mate, and with whom he starts a family. When Kirk rescues them, he wants to pick up where they left off - as bond mates -- which T'Peri cannot accept. Well-written dilemma, with a happy, if awkward solution, leaving the trio contemplating a life of private enterprise to maintain their menage-a-trois.
*Invasion / Janet Alyx p. 82-85
Cute little romp. Enterprise is invaded by curious and mischevious "Littles" - who are kids in yellow overalls in their "yooman" form, and pyramids of green jello in their natural form. They leave Jim thinking about having kids.
But Now I See / Debbie Parsons p. 87-98
Kirk and Spock escape a kidnapper to end up stranded on a hostile planet. In their wanderings, amid interludes of sex, Spock is blinded by a faulty packet of insta-fire, and Kirk is mauled by a carnivore. Just as they are caught by the locals, McCoy and the cavalry come over the hill.
Trial By Ordeal - Indra p. 99-111
When Spock refuses a bonding, T'Pau and others subject him to a meld to remove Vulcan from his mind; Kirk and Spock both collapse, and they discover that Spock was in fact bonded to Kirk. Sarek mentally retrieves "both my sons" from the brink.
Forever Yours / Ginger Dawson p. 116
Chilling vignette. Spock knocks McCoy out to meld with an insane Kirk; Chapel, swearing her own undying love, allows him. Presumably it kills him, though we don't know.
* Visions of the Future / Jan Sullivan p. 117-121
On a visit with Kirk's mother, Kirk and Spock contemplate adopting a child.
Beyond the Pale / Alayne Gelfand p. 124-134
Spock, plagued by the thought that his inability to return Captain Pike's love and desire caused the latter's capture, seeks McCoy to learn about love. McCoy complies, initiating him with a hand job. Now, years later as Spock takes the injured Chris to Talos, he is in a quandry over declaring himself to Kirk as Pike had to him. McCoy suggests that Kirk is more worldly than Spock; he should go ahead. He does, Kirk is pleased, and all is well. We are left with the suggestion that McCoy has at some time performed the same service for Kirk as he once did for Spock. Overall a bit too smarmy, but lots of nice bits to make up for it.
The Watcher... and the Watched / Kandy Fong p. 135-136
Kirk and Spock try to rescue one another from sexual torture; now convalescing and breast-beating over their failures to do so.
* Terms of Endearment / Devery Helm p. 137-139
Good fun as Spock tries to master the art of pet names.
* The Letter - Sharon Fetter p. 143-144
Spock, at Gol, sends Kirk a flowery letter explaining that he had to abandon him before their love impisoned him (Kirk); Kirk replies in 5 words... "too late."
Time It Was - Toni Cardinal-Price p. 153-154
After Spock's death David Marcus muses on his childhood fantasies of having Spock for his father; McCoy encourages him to seek Jim out.
The Hunt / Indra p. 167-202
In order to retrieve a spy shuttle, Kirk and Spock must participate in a Romulan ritual "hunt" as warriors seeking to bond with their mates. Spock keeps revealing layers of the ritual as they go along, eventually including that they must mate in public in the final test. Too full of ritual and breast-beating over honor for my own taste.
Poetry:
Tally / D. Booker, p. 13
If You Could Read My Mind / Ginger Dawson, p. 14
Four Words / TACS, p. 25
Counterpoint / Dorothy Laoang, p. 34
Amazon Justice / TACS, p. 39
To Jim / Wendy Rathbone, p. 63
Sweet Seduction / Noelle Harrison, p. 86
Fire Dreams / Sue Meek, p. 113
Requiem for an Android / Flora Poste, p. 115
Poetry by Patt, p. 122-123
Mind Voice / Dorothy Laoang, p. 145
Isolation at Gol / Wendy Rathbone, p. 146
Voice / Wendy Rathbone, p. 146
What / Patt, p. 148
Conclusion / Meg Fine, p. 149
Bereft / Meg Fine, p. 151
I Await Thee / Meg Fine, p. 152
One Would Think / Crystal Ann Taylor, p. 155
Bitter Harvest / Emily Ross, p. 157
Or the One / Georgia Barnes, p. 158
Wait; Never and Always; Empty / Robin Hood, p. 159
H'lenk'r / Jen, p. 163
Chiaroscuro / Vel Jaeger, p. 165
Filk:
T'hy'la (to "Chloe" - Elton John) / Christian 'The Raider', p. 32
Soliloquy by an Angry Vulcan Concerning the Diplomatic Treatment of a Bondmate [Oh, you can't bounce the Captain off the wall...][maybe a poem, but I'm guessing it's a filk] / Meg Fine, p. 141

 

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1985

T'Hy'La # 5
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Temple City, CA, 1985, 177p.
Covers: Vel Jaeger
Art & illustrations: Maureen Burns, Marilyn Cole, Ann Crouch, Dragon, Sharon Garinger, Gayle Feyrer, Vel Jaeger, Dorothy Laoang, Caren parnes, The Southern Cross, Sukna, TACS
Original price: not stated, but $21.00 is given on KnightWriter website

* The Matchmaker / Janet Alyx, p. 3-43
Somewhat confused plot, but some nice touches. Ver, an elderly, half-blind, talkative woman prone to weepiness comes aboard as an ambassador. She turns out to be a practically omnipotent telepath, one of a group of siblings created by scientists (by doubling of some kind), who then become afraid of them and first keep them safely sedated then biologically shorten their life spans. They are, however, highly ethical and won't retaliate. Meantime, Spock is having disturbing dreams he can't remember and seeks help from McCoy, who is terrified of the Vulcan blowing up on him and suggests a trip to Vulcan; he refuses. Then he starts to remember the dreams - they are of Kirk. More meantime, people are starting to hear things in their heads and have helpful little revelations about their life problems. Kirk, keeping McCoy in the corridor with a sedative, goes to force Spock to confront whatever's bothering him, and is so flabbergasted at the revelation that it is him that he runs away. Convinced that he disgusts Kirk, Spock resolves to transfer. McCoy kicks a bit of captainly ass, advising Kirk to explore the possibility that he does love Spock, and prescribes that he kiss him. Before Kirk does so, though, Ver blows her cover by saving the ship from a meltdown. She proceeds to practice a bit of psychotherapy on all and sundry. Spock adopts her as a sister, initiating procedures that may save her life. After they deliver Ver to her destination, Kirk goes to Spock and obeys McCoy's prescription, finds that he does, indeed, respond enthusiastically, and the story ends tracing reactions through the ship's gossip mill. The love scenes are flawed by a very mushy Kirk doing a lot of, "oh, please, Spock."
A Wish Come True / Caren Parnes, p. 46-49
Predictable but pleasant "Shore Leave" story. Kirk thinks he's dreamed up Spock and vice versa, allowing true expressions to emerge.
* Miles to Go Before I Sleep / Meg Fine p. 52-73
Fun, if convoluted plot, and nice writing, despite some odd relations being brought in. Commander Kirk has just been assigned to command Enterprise, but before the promotion goes into effect, he is assigned undercover to find out about a potential Orion/Kzinti alliance. The Kzinti have just raided and eaten a Vulcan colony, and the Federation non-response has caused the Vulcans to withdraw from the Federation. Kirk discovers that the Kzinti are planning an attack on Vulcan and sends McCoy off to get help; meanwhile, he goes to Vulcan in his borrowed Andorian ship to warn them. Terrans have been barred on pain of death, but Kirk is an adopted Vulcan by way of his blind aunt Miranda Jones, who has been raising him (and recognized him as a psi-sensitive) and is trained as a Vulcan Healer. Meanwhile... Spock, who served with Pike, but has not met Kirk, has decided to go die in the desert at his pon farr. Kirk crashes in the Forge. Ichaya, having followed Spock, brings Kirk to him. Explanations follow, and Kirk and Spock decide that they will bond, ensuring Spock's survival and also allowing them to use Spock's energy to restore Kirk long enough for both of them to get the message back to Shikar - despite the fact that they may both die shortly after from Spock's exhaustion. They don't.
Duet / Danielle Stuart p. 76-77
Vignette positing that Kirk and Spock are reincarnations of newlyweds killed on honeymoon.
The Imposter / Kyle Andrew p. 82-85
Post-"Enemy Within." Evil-Kirk attacked Spock as well as Rand, though his reintigrated self does not remember. Spock did not find it entirely unwelcome. Kirk is agitated until Spock replays the events for him in mind-meld, and they decide on further experimentation.
* Dealer's Choice / Vivan Gates p. 87-99
[Sequel to "Dealers in Kevas and Trillium" by K.S. T'Lan, T'Hy'La #3]
Kirk and Spock are established lovers running a small freighter. Two Starfleet operatives take over their ship for an undercover run to pick up information in the Neutral Zone. Kirk and Spock turn the tables on them, do the job, then leave them stranded together (sans clothes) on a pretty recreational planet to teach Starfleet not to mess with them any more, and, they hope, to teach the homophobic one to come to terms with his feelings for his clearly-attracted partner.
Afternoon Encounter / Kathleen Resch p. 100-102
Sarek unwittingly invades Kirk's mind and ponders Spock's attachment to him. Nice little vignette.
Art Portfolio, p. 103-118
A variety of typically long-haired, scantily clad Spocks with sex-slave Kirks, and a few poems to match
* Now It Begins / Love on Its Knees / Nightmare Reality / Battle Hymn - Tere Ann Roderick p. 113-127
Post-TWOK, with an interesting twist. It is Sarek and Amanda who know Spock is alive; instead of McCoy hosting Spock's katra, Khan has invaded Spock's body, keeping it alive. Once restored to Enterprise, Kirk and Spock act on their attraction, but Khan takes over and turns the lovemaking brutal, until Spock forces him out, on the winds of Vulcan.
The Only Logical Reason / K.S. T'Lan p. 138-145
Set in the "Companion" universe of stories from Carol Hunterton and Ellen Kobrin (1978-1981)
Kirk and Spock are established lovers and partners working for the Preservers. They are joined by a Vulcan woman in a mission to save a historically important child from a plague, and Spock makes love with her, straining his relationship with Kirk.
USS Enterprise / Kathleen Resch, p. 148-149
Memo from Spock to Kathleen responding to receipt of an issue of T'Hy'La.
Bait / A.T. Bush p. 150-177
Enterprise goes looking for Commissioner Ferris' missing son. Kirk goes undercover as a wealthy playboy to get himself captured and sold as a sex slave. Interesting twist is that the slavers give him a rejuvenating drug, turning him from middle-age to teenage, adding fuel to his relationship with Spock as well as McCoy's jibes. Some cute touches for a tired premise.
 
Poetry:
Confessions in Silence / Alayne Gelfand, p. 45
Runaway / Alayne Gelfand, p. 50
In the Beginning / Alta, p. 73
Consumption / Alayne Gelfand, p. 74
Shadows in the Night / D. Booker, p. 79
Saga of a K/S Lover / Ruth Kwitko Lym, p. 80
Warrior of Sasashar / Alta, p. 108
Discipline Vulcan Style / Alta, p. 109
More than Men / Wendy Rathbone, p. 128
Do Not Touch / Wendy Rathbone, p. 132
Mephisto / Flora Poste, p. 133
No Such Request / Flora Poste, p. 136
Sharing / Noelle Harrison, p. 147
Spock's Song / Christian 'The Raider', p. 177

 

 

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T'HY'LA # 6

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Suppose the Enterprise crew had been unable to defeat Apollo?
A Mirror Universe story: Kirk must choose between an attractive, volatile Commander and Spock while facing the demands of revolution.
Authors: Cynthia Drake, Sherlock, Wendy Rathbone, Patricia Fraser Lamb.

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T'HY'LA # 7
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Spock disappears on a planet and when Kirk finds him, he is amnesiac on an obsessive quest which Kirk has no choice but to follow...
In an AU, Kirk is given a most unusual opportunity on the diplomatic staff of the Ambassador from Vulcan...
Authors: Kathleen Resch, DVS, Judi, more. Color cover by Caren Parnes.

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T'HY'LA # 8 US:

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Spock disappears through the Guardian to pre Reform Vulcan...
An Admiral asks Kirk to prostitute himself for Starfleet...
A young slave named James rebels against his master Lord S'pock...
Authors: A.T. Bush, Susan Douglass, Sharon St. James, more. Color cover by Gayle Feyrer.

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T'HY'LA # 9 US:
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Spock, suffering the after effects of pon farr, seeks out an exclusive club and meets a most fascinating man...
Kirk has achieved his freedom from slavery but not from his nightmares...
Authors: DVS. Greta Foulard, Eva Stuart, more.
Color Cover by Gayle Feyrer.

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T'HY'LA # 10 US:
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The Klingons plan to substitute an android for Commander Spock...
The Mirror Kirk has traded sexual favors for career advancement, which forces him to confront a devastating truth when Spock wants a permanent commitment...
An amnesiac Kirk, in a slave culture, is forced to learn anew his feelings about love, sex, and commitment.
Authors: Sharon St. James, Debbie Cummins, Susan Douglass.
Cover by Marilyn Cole.

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1992

T'Hy'La # 11
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Temple City, CA, 1992, 157p.
Cover: Caren Parnes; back cover: Marilyn cole
Art & illustrations: Cat, Deeb, Sherry Veltkamp, DJW, Sukona
Original price: not stated, but $21.00 is given on KnightWriter website

* Parted and Forever Parted, Part II / Sharon St. James, p. 2-51
A compelling take on the slave scenario, despite a high smarm rating and a rather fragile, golden-boy Kirk - maybe because Kirk is amnesiac, and has been living as a pleasure slave. The transition back to our decisive captain is nicely done when he is healed by mind-meld with T'Pau. A good deal of breast-beating and martyrdom for Spock, who has to agree to bond with T'Pau's choice for him to have her heal Kirk. She relents, though, on discovering the extent of their bond. McCoy here is well-drawn in his protective role - approving of the relationship, and trying to keep Spock from sacrificing himself, and outraged when he is prevented from fulfilling his promise to be Jim's attending physician during painful treatments. Kirk's guilt over a relationship during his slavery prevents him from taking up with Spock again easily.
* A Brief Encounter / Amanda Warrington, p. 54-67
Fun little love-at-first-sight, one-night-stand for Kirk & Spock, both incognito, just before they meet on the Enterprise to start the 5-year mission together.
** P.R. / Ursula Tulle, p. 70-86
A happy romp with a filming crew aboard the Enterprise, the crew all slavering to jump into bed with the vid-stars, and Kirk steadfastly resisting Deltan pheromones to preserve himself for Spock - to whom he keeps trying to propose, but keeps getting interrupted. Spock, naturally, misunderstands and assumes Kirk has succumbed.
The Last Wave / Carolyn Spencer, p. 90-127
Somewhat trite premise - yet another non-corporeal entity melding with Spock with overpowering force - and a few oddities, but well written. Kirk and Spock have declared but not consummated their love. Spock is damaged by overpowering contact with the entities, but to save the ship he goes down to let them examine him more fully - after telling Kirk to kill him with a ritual dagger if circumstances require, and neck-pinching him to get away. Spock does return a vegetable, which prompts a physically violent quarrel with McCoy. Kirk orders Spock to meld them so he can kill them both with the dagger, but the beings stop the suicide and take Kirk to Spock, hiding in his mind, frantically trying to get to Kirk beyond the barrier he has erected (this is all a bit confused). Having saved Spock, he is for some reason furious, and proceeds to essentially rape the Vulcan. But it all sorts out in the morning.
** I Told You So / Dana Austin March, p. 129-136
Delightful "Honeymooners" episode - Kirk is quarreling with Spock over what do on an upcoming leave. He wants to go camping, and gets his way, with disastrous results. Nice characterizations and resolutions. McCoy, "leaned back in his chair, ready to be father, friend, confessor, or ass-kicker, depending on the current need." Spock: "I have temporarily erased from my knowledge of all 35 languages the words 'I told you so.'"
** The Quality of Command / Ellen O'Neil, p. 140-157
Ellen's excellent exploration of the problem of lovers serving on the bridge together. Nice weaving of the love story with a background adventure - in this case Enterprise has been trapped in a residual forcefield after a world has destroyed itself. Jim is making decisions that seem to be based on protecting his lover rather than using his first officer to the best of his ability. Also nicely handles the problem of Kirk's aggressiveness and Spock's tendency to submit.
 
Poetry:
Dreaming in Code / Ellen O'Neil, p. 1
Chidhood / Danielle Stewart, p. 52-53
A Treasure; Rose; My Strength / Carol Lance, p. 68-69
Kirk/Spock / DVS, p. 87
Space Fall / Robin Hood, p. 87
The Uncharted / Robin Hood, p. 89
I'll Stay / Carol Lance, p. 128
* The Explorer / Ellen O'Neil, P. 138-139
      Spock compares Kirk's exploration of his body to deep space objects.

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T'Hy'La # 12
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Temple City, CA, 1992, 187p.
Covers: Marilyn Cole
Art & illustrations: Sukona
OOriginal price: not stated, but $21.00 is given on KnightWriter website

* Pursuing Hyacinths / Jenna Sinclair, p. 2-58
Kirk's inability to deal with the ramifications of the mindmeld drives a wedge in his relationship with Spock. This brings up other issues Kirk must deal with - his failure to trust his junior officers, his need for control. Well-written, with good conflicts & fine characterization.
[Note states that related stories in Jenna Sinclair's universe include the novel Sharing the Sunlight and "Reflections on a Lunar Landscape" in Coutnerpoint #7.]
Dream a Little Dream of Me / Elyce Rai Helford, p. 59-60
Dream fantasy.
** The Terran Teaser Meets the Double Whammy /Ellen O'Neil, p. 66-85
A first-time tale. Kirk finds a copy of the porn mag "Man to Man" and a Terran Teaser dildo in the "Boy Next Door" size in Spock's quarters, which first shocks him, then sets him thinking along novel lines and eventually sends him shopping for a Vulcan Double Whammy dildo himself. Lots of fun. Very graphic.
* The Lover Within / Ellen O'Neil, p. 86-108
Ellen takes a more serious turn with this established-romance story. A cloud entity gets aboard the Enterprise and transforms all the humans, something along the lines of "Enemy Within," with their aggressive sides taking over. Scotty plans to murder an inept crewman, McCoy snarls at the wussy patients, Chapel plans a new life as a Vegas show girl, Kirk rapes Spock, and the entire bridge crew (except Spock) rejoice in using a Tellarite freighter for target practice, before Kirk's love for Spock, strong even in his dark side, puts a stop to the Entity.
** A Sick(Bay) Story / Ellen O'Neil, p. 109-115
Newlyweds Kirk & Spock put a little spicy variety into their love life by playing doctor in Sickbay, with a fancy new rectal speculum with fascinating non-medical uses. McCoy spoils the fun, but gets the last word. A hoot.
* Perspective / Alex Kane, p. 116-128
Before the reunion for ST:TMP, McCoy is off at a dude ranch missing his former life; Spock is on Gol missing his former life; Kirk is estranged from Lori, missing his life with Spock, and having nightmares about being afraid to meld with Spock. Kirk wins an auction for an hour with an Orion animal woman, and his revulsion at the being who is sexual without the ability to communicate or relate to the partner causes him to speculate that perhaps Spock feared being joined to someone who was psi null, unable to share mind speech during pon farr. Interesting. Graphic.
Anniversary Gift / Kate Singer, p. 129-135
The boys' anniversary dinner is disrupted by the surprising effects of a fertility amulet Spock has purchased for Kirk.
Bargains / T'Other, p. 136-137
Vignette. Spock upset at Kirk being passed over for the exploratory task force, Kirk saying he has all he wants, both agreeing to start thinking about retirement.
** A Deltan Decameron / Frances Rowes, p. 140-187
Amanda has warned Spock that he will need to explore his sexuality and come up with variety to keep Kirk from straying once his charming naivete has lost its appeal. Now Kirk does seem to be bothered by Spock's inability to dream and fantasize. Spock is assigned a mission to Delta, where he is wildly disturbed by the pervasive sexuality, discovers that the society's androids have developed consciousness (leading to all kinds of upheaval), and acquires two books that capture dreams. He sends one to Kirk, though they are a bit on the outs after Kirk sees him in a compromising scene with his household androids. Sorrowful at Spock's inability to enjoy love, which is connected with his inability to dream, the android Jai tells him to open and use what he has seen of his (Jai's) consciousness. This will let Spock dream, and he can catch the dreams in the book. There follow the dreams, labeled as types of love, then the framing story ends with their reconciliation on Enterprise. Many of the dreams are very evocative and compelling.
Spock's dreams:
1. Storge: Kirk and Spock as young brothers. Jimmy kills his hated father by sugaring the tractor, and Spock lets him.
2. Pragma: Spock is making a very proper visit to James, son of the Terran ambassador and his betrothed. They are improperly left alone and James deliberately seduces him in an attempt to rush the wedding by bringing on pon farr.
3. Mania: Kirk as sadistic "Daddy" requiring Spock's humiliation and obedience.
4. Eros: Kirk as a pirate with his blind sidekick Gary, who turns tricks to pay his way. They have kidnapped an adolescent Spock, and are just finished initiating him into sex when Sarek bursts in with troopers.
5. Ludus: Kirk as a demanding, unfaithful bitch to Spock, richest man in the quadrant and obsessively in love.
Kirk's dreams:
1. Storge - Kirk as victim to Spock (presumably) as Count Vlad. In a nice twist, the vampire, in taking Kirk, takes his body, discarding his former one like a snakeskin and keeping Kirk buried alive inside him.
2. Pragma: Young dandy James is betrothed to the Earl of Gothos, whom he does not love, and his uncle Leonard tries to talk him out of it, knowing he loves another. He is rescued by Spock as a highwayman.
* 3. Ludus: Jim believes himself to be Faustus, and calls up a spirit (McCoy) which then disappears and, in order to effect a cure, sends his Spock down all duded up as Mephistophilis. Under pretext of checking out his soul before sealing the contract, Mephisotphilis melds with him, then makes love to him to bring him back to himself. Don't know why that was supposed to work, but this one was very charming.
4. Eros: Kirk visits the Museum of the Real, where he encounters his governess, Aurelan, dismissed for marrying his brother George (who has just been killed in action at Ypres, 1913). He meets Puck, who seduces him and turns out to be his new tutor, with whom he will now live.
5. Agape: Spock has been living in hiding as an ill nobleman of the Byzantine (?) Empire, a devout miracle-worker, so that he isn't seen much. A group of galley-slaves are brought onto his estate for the night. Spock talks to one is tending another, formerly a doctor and now dying, and the man expresses the wish that he would die soon so that his last hours would not be spent suffering under the whips. In the night, Spock brings a poison. The man "dies" and Spock takes the body, leaving it in the care of his pupil Hypatia, then takes his place among the galley slaves.
Poetry
Time of Joy; Time / Dana Austin March, p. 1
The Stray; The Unsaid Word / Ellen O'Neil, p. 61
Lead & Follow; Flying Kites / Dana Austin March, p. 62-63
Requiem / Ellen O'Neil, p. 138
You Touch Me, p. 139

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T'Hy'La # 13
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Temple City, CA, March 1994, 97p.
[Menage a trois issue]
Cover: Caren Parnes
Art & illustrations: Sherry Veltkamp, Cat
Original price: not stated, but $14.00 is given on KnightWriter website

* Yesterday / Jane Carnall, p. 1-18
Spock/Zarabeth/McCoy
Spock and McCoy are bondmates. In an interesting take on the relationship, it turns out that McCoy, unlike Kirk, is an excellent mind-match for Spock. McCoy has agreed to the bond with some skepticism, but has by now fallen in love with his bondmate, and suffers a good deal from jealousy, assuming that naturally Spock really wanted Kirk instead of himself. When they land in Zarabeth's cave on Sarpeidon, Spock forms an additional bond with Zarabeth - an equally good mind-match - not realizing that this will drive McCoy crazy with jealousy. The three must come to terms with their relationship - and they have plenty of time; no rescue in this universe. Excellent writing; McCoy is rather too much of a drama queen for my taste here, but otherwise fine characterization, especially of a very sensible Zarabeth, and the author does a good job reminding us that these three people do belong to different species.
Fire and Midnight / Susan Douglass, p. 19-22
Saavik/Uhura - Northern Star universe
Where Eagles Fly / Susan Douglass, p. 23-34
Spock/McCoy in a parallel universe to the Northern Star universe
Mind-wiped golden-boy Kiroc is sold to warlord T'Pring and her consort Stonn. Their brutal treatment of him pushes their other slaves, the healer Leon and horse-trainer Spock (they are bondmates), into attempting to repair Kiroc's mental damage and escape with him to freedom via the Underground Railroad. Their guide is Uhura.
Sex-slave stories are not usually my cup of tea, but the writing here is quite good, and this universe is somehow compelling.
Over the Edge / Airelle, p. 35-76
Kirk/Spock/Gorn
After "Edge of Forever" Kirk is mourning Edith and Spock is disturbed at Kirk's having fallen in love with someone else. Both are uncharacteristically emotional and take their anger out on each other in quarrels that turn downright dangerous. McCoy counsels Spock to accept Kirk as he is, and the two work things out. In part two of the tale, the Enterprise entertains the Gorn captain from "Arena" - now an ambassador. (In a nice touch, the Gorn tells them to call him John Smith, as they can't pronounce his name.) The ambassador instantly sees their still-closeted relationship, and seeks an invitation to join in.
* Trianary / Mildred Manhill, p.83-97
Post-"Plato's Stepchildren." Kirk and Spock are mysteriously retaining high levels of kironide in their systems, which means they are not losing their superpowers. McCoy prescribes a camping trip and comes along to monitor them. Spock refuses to sleep with Kirk until their kironide levels drop, afraid of damaging him. (This turns out to be exactly counterproductive.) Meanwhile, McCoy is despairingly lonely and has begun to sleepwalk with suicidal intent. Spock decides on a solution - a three-way  warrior bond according to ancient Vulcan ritual. I find ancient Vulcan rituals tiresome, myself, but other than that a nicely written tale with good characterization.
 
Poetry:
On Top of Mount Seleya ["Filk to On Top of Old Smoky"] / Doctor Feel-not-so-good, p. 77
*Picking up the Pieces; Three Under the Mistletoe; A Roll of the Dice; Where a Healer Belongs/ Linda Frankel, p. 78-82

 

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T'HY'LA # 14
Original price: not stated, but $21.00 is given on KnightWriter website

Spock encounters a planet with a custom similar to the Kahs Wan, which highlights cultural differences between him and the human crew...
Spock conceals evidence of his rape by a Klingon for fear Kirk will abandon his command to take vengeance...
Under the influence of a drug, Kirk insults his planetary hosts and makes a pass at Spock.
Authors: Jenna Sinclair, Carolyn Spencer, Dana Austin March, Kathy Stanis, J.S. Cavalcante.
Covers by Fiona Graves.

 

 

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T'HY'LA # 15
Original price: not stated, but $21.00 is given on KnightWriter website

A post ST:TWoK story, the consequences of a severed bond may destroy their friendship and Kirk's life...
Assigned to investigate a spy, Kirk and Spock must pose as lovers in a gay bar...
A sequel to STV.
Authors: Lee Owers Sansome, T'Other, Patricia Roe.
Color cover by Caren Parnes.

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1995

T'Hy'La # 16
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Temple City, CA, May 1995, 194p.
Covers by Shelley Butler; color frontispiece by Deeb.
Additional art by Deeb and Kathy Stanis
Original price: not stated, but $22.00 is given on KnightWriter website

* Grand Canyon Sweet / Michele Arvizu, p. 1-6
Sweet little interlude for the couple on vacation
In the Dark / J.S. Cavalcante, p. 7-28
Strange AU tale with James as Greek (?) villager, captured by the god Spock, working in various Vulcan characters we know and the Greek gods.
* Decisions / Endings / Interdict - trilogy of stories by Rosemarie Heaton
Nice relationship misunderstanding/resolution trilogy, with show episodes running along in the background.
"Decisions," p. 30-45
First-time for K & S, while Spock comes down with anemia, and McCoy has objections to the relationship. Kirk has trouble restraining himself, to the point of endangering Spock, and Kirk fears having to choose between a sexual liaison with Spock and McCoy's friendship.
"Endings," p. 46-56
Kirk and Spock find their relationship deteriorating over misunderstandings after Kirk's attraction to Rayna. McCoy is now in role of matchmaker, trying to get the pair back together and coaching Spock on handling his emotions.
"Interdict," p. 57-69
On a mission to explore potential agricultural colonization of a supposedly uninhabited planet that had been previously interdicted by Vulcan, Spock is captured and abused by telepathic beings. The telepathic attack results in Spock's rape of Kirk.
* Kiss My Vulcan... / Mildred Manhill, p. 71-79
Spock flees in a shuttle rather than take appropriate steps to survive pon farr; leaving the message: "Hate space. Neck-pinched McCoy. Stole shuttlecraft. Kiss my Vulcan butt!" Kirk pursues.
Crossing the Line / Kathy Stanis, p. 83-90
Kirk in drag.
Tilting at Windmills / Pandora, p. 91-95
Christine is confronted by Kirk & Spock's relationship. Disturbing portrayal of Chapel as frigid, controlling, uncomfortable with sex.
Shadows / Alice Hooker, p. 96-131
Another slave-Kirk and Lord-Spock story. Couldn't get through this one.
Tholian Legacy / Patricia Roe, p. 143-149
After V'Ger, Kirk refuses to head home. McCoy is getting nervous. Interesting premise here - Kirk is having traumatic syndrome and recall of lost memories from the Tholian episode after suiting up to rescue Spock from V'Ger.
* Certainties of Being / M.E Carter, p. 153-194
Another first-time, nicely done. A spontaneous bond formed between Kirk and Spock in "Amok Time," but Kirk doesn't know it, and Spock can't tell him for fear of his anger. When he does, it's a year later and Kirk, confused about what he wants, really is angry. McCoy thinks it's a fine match and tries to help get them together, as does a Medusan Spock is working with experimentally. The accident that causes Kirk's amnesia also destroys his bond to Spock; his subsequent marriage to Miramanee convinces Spock that he is not wanted. Meanwhile, Kirk desperately misses effects of the bond he didn't know he had. And Spock tries to test his own response with a male prostitute.

Poetry:
Time / Dana Austin Marsh, p. 29
Iowa Dreams / Natasha Solten, p. 29
Changes / Khylara, p. 69
I'm not afraid of being alone; *Twilight / Patt, p. 70
Love / Khylara, p. 70
*Walking / Patt, p. 79
Final Oasis / Natasha Solten, p. 81
Valediction / Lee Owers Sansome, p. 82
Time of Joy / Dana Austin Marsh, p. 82
To War among the Stars / Judi, p. 132-142
The Glass has Shattered; Summer Storm; Kiss of Winter / Robin Hood, p. 150-151
*The Boy / Patt, p. 151
You Touch Me / Dana Austin Marsh, p. 152
Motive / Lee Owers Sansome, p. 152
Invasion / M.E. Carter, p. 194

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1996

T'Hy'La # 17
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Temple City, CA, July 1996, 178p.
Cover: Shelley Butler; additional art by Shelley Butler & Killashandra
Original price: not stated, but $21.00 is given on KnightWriter website

First Course / Michele Arvizu, p. 1-6
Kirk tries to seduce Spock away from attending a conference meeting by masturbating in front of him. I didn't care for the implied power struggle in this one, Kirk needing to dominate, not just love, his first officer.
* Journey's End / Jenna Sinclair; illustrated by Shelley Butler, p. 7-24
End of mission from Uhura's viewpoint. The affair between Kirk and Spock seems to have broken off, and Uhura finds this terribly disturbing - to her their relationship has been an icon of the possibility of true love, which she has been unable to find. Great writing, more compelling than the situation would indicate. Wonderful insights into ship life and good background on Uhura and her own failed love affair. Best bit, though, may be the ship-only memorial service as the crew bid farewell to the 57 who died on the mission.
Reminiscence / M.E. Carter, p. 25-47
A charming and well-written idyll in a nostalgic tone.
Kirk, in middle age, is an admiral again and in charge of First Contact Affairs - a trouble-shooting position that suits him well. He has been happily married and sadly widowed by a food-poisoning incident. Spock, meantime, has a satisfactory but business-like bond with T'Kehr - she works on Vulcan and he on Starbase 34, except when the pon farr fires draw them together. Kirk pays a visit to Spock a few months after his Eileen's death, and they find themselves ever-so-naturally in love.
Spindrift / Judi, p. 48-115
In this universe, Spock is captain of the Enterprise and Vulcan rules an empire in place of "our" Federation; Klingons, Cardassians, and Orions are the primary enemies. In a previous instalment, Kirk has apparently been an abused sex slave on Minos, rescued by Spock, and sexually involved with Sarek. In this instalment... well, it's complicated. Spock's heart's desire is to bond with Kirk but without forcing him; Kirk is afraid of Spock; Sarek has had a string of human lovers, all reminiscent of Kirk, the latest being Chris; Spock and his half-sister T'Isha are lovers; also T'Isha and Kirk... basically lots of sex with everyone pairing up in all kinds of combinations. Meanwhile back in the plot... plague destroys just about everyone on Vulcan and many other worlds, and in the resulting chaos and mayhem, our heroes are captured and raped and tortured and rescued and put back together by McCoy (who remains rather avuncular and sweet even in this universe) and captured and tortured some more by the villains and ... eventually T'Pring (now the abbess of Gol) uses her extroadinary psi powers to help Spock retrieve the dying Kirk by mind-meld - but in an odd act of vengeance (paying Spock back for un-bonding with her) she also bonds Spock and Kirk - inextricably. Spock fears that Kirk - now head over heels in love with Spock because of the bond - will grow to hate him for the new dependence, and sends him far away to DS9 while Spock and the Enterprise take up policing trade routes for Earth as the planet begins to put life back together after the universal catastrophe. But at the next pon farr, they will be drawn together in joyful reunion.
Not a universe to my taste, particularly - but it did keep me reading.
*No Brighter Moment / Killashandra; illustrated by the author, p. 117-178
Battles, plagues, conspiracy, mind-melds... this story has it all. The unconsummated Kirk/Spock romance hovers in the background of this nicely-plotted adventure, with each man fearful of revealing himself to the other, until the end of the tale. A fiendish plot to unleash a plague upon the galaxy is underfoot, and it involves first taking out the Enterprise. The ambush (with a nice cameo appearance by the Romulan Commander) fails but gives Kirk a near-death experience, which forces Spock to confront his feelings for his captain. While the ship is being refitted, Kirk visits Iowa for his mother's funeral, and Spock makes another brief attempt to find peace at Gol, but is told again that his answer lies elsewhere. Back on Enterprise, they are sent out to play decoy, but several crewmembers are struck down with a horrific plague. When they finally crack the disease, they learn that Kirk himself is a walking timebomb intended to destroy the ship. When all is resolved, with a little push from McCoy, Kirk and Spock confront their relationship.

 

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T'HY'LA # 18

Original price: not stated, but $19.00 is given on KnightWriter website


"Turning Point" by Killashandra Facing the end of the five year mission, and wracked with uncertainties over the future, Kirk decides to take Spock on a brief trip to New Orleans, where they are forced to confront the complexities of their feelings...
"The Rematch" by Karin Porter Just prior to assuming command of the Enterprise, Kirk had spent a romantic night with a stranger. Now on board the Enterprise, he encounters that stranger again in the form of his first officer.
"Distrust" by Rosemarie Heaton An AU. A young Spock leaves Vulcan and his heritage behind and meets a fascinating young Starfleet cadet, James T. Kirk, but miscommunication nearly destroys their relationship.
"Beside The Wells" by Susan Legge An AU. A haunting view of a slave and a master, free will, and freedom.
Additional fiction by Arvizu, Legge.
Art:Covers by Chris Soto, Frontispiece by Deeb, Portfolio by Shelley Butler. Poetry by Khylara and Anna S. Greener.

 

 

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T'HY'LA # 19

Original price: not stated, but $14.00 is given on KnightWriter website


"All This Sweet Work" by T'heoni A post "Amok Time" story. Intense and passionate.
"Imaging Flames" by Sue Denim Spock returns to Vulcan to confront T'Pau over his choice of Kirk as bondmate. But Spock is connected to a larger psychic link involving all Vulcans, and Kirk's presence is causing a great deal of disturbance.
"The Final Night" by Taliesine An epic poem. Trapped in the Nexus, Kirk sends out a mental signal to his bondmate.
"In The Gold of Morning" by Patricia Roe A young James T. Kirk, spoiled son of a wealthy agriculturalist, leaves home for the first time in his life and encounters a mysterious Vulcan youth living in a shack on a southern California beach.
Covers and Frontispiece Portfolio by Shelley Butler. Poetry by J.S. Cavalcante, Khylara, Heidi Manzone, Dana Austin Marsh, Jenna Sinclair, Carolyn Spencer, T'heoni, T'Other.

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1998

T'Hy'La #20
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Temple City, CA, July 1998, 220 p.
Cover by Shelley Butler
Cover price: $20.00

Full Circle / Killashandra, p. 1-76
Sequel to "Turning Point," T'Hy'La #18
Typical breast-beating as Kirk & Spock torture themselves each thinking the other doesn't want them. This one takes place after V'Ger, and has good Kirk-Lori scenes where she stays with him though he can't love her enough. Revolves around Spock excising their bond when he goes to Gol, thinking Kirk didn't want it and won't know it's gone, but actually damaging Kirk.
The Life That Lies Before / Jungle Kitty, p. 77-82
Young Kirk, raped, is taken care of by Sam, who gets him to go back to the Academy.
The Wedding Gift / Jungle Kitty, p. 83-88
A death-bed message from Kayla, of the short-lived and telepathic Besrali race, who had encountered Kirk a few years before, experimented with kissing (nice except the tongue), revealed the "superficial" readings she got as a result - such as that he is in love with Spock, and shamed him into declaring himself to Spock - who thinks the tongue part is just fine.
The Edge / Jungle Kitty, 89-97
Kirk & Spock get aggressive in bed, getting carried away into a real fight for mastery.
* Small Packages / T. Jonesy, p. 98-135
A very funny Three-Stooges type comedy starting with a bet between Kirk & McCoy as to whether Spock will wear the - in McCoy's words - "knock-me-down-and-fuck-me" Deltan silk shirt Kirk has bought him for his birthday. McCoy cheats, substituting an overly small Deltan silk G-string, leading to standard farce confusion and entanglements. Some really good lines & situtations, though McCoy comes off rather badly when all is said and done.
* I Call You Captain / Rosemarie Heaton, p. 136-142
Somewhat confusing but rather nice vignette in two parts - after Plato's Stepchildren, and later, after reunion and V'Ger. Spock takes, but does not give, comfort with McCoy, leading to an unnecessary quarrel between Kirk & McCoy and Spock's departure to Gol. Reconciliations all around in the later scene. Nicely done.
What He'd Do For Love / Dana Austin Marsh, p. 143-147
Unidentified higher powers are making bets and playing games with Kirk, putting him through various hoops to see how far he'll go for Spock.
* Don't Ask, Don't Tell / Chris Jones, p. 147-191
A nice romp/adventure with two set-up surprise parties going awry and leading to real troubles with Klingons and Ferengi. Nice premise of how the future will think "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" happened.
Dark Star / Greywolf the Wanderer, p. 191-219
Pon farr/rape story with the Romulan Commander letting the boys get the cloaking device while she gets to torture - and be impregnated by - Spock. She sends him back in a coma, from which Kirk manages to drag him out by meld. But she was also the catalyst to get Kirk & Spock together.

 

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2000

T'Hy'La #21
Ed. Kathleen Resch, Temple City, CA, October 2000, 180 p.
Cover: Liz Woledge

Art & illustrations:
Alison Fiddler, beautiful Kirk & Spock Art Portfolio by Sweet Dreams Studios and U.Wish Studios

Original price: not stated, but $22.00 is given on KnightWriter website

Lost Sailor / Greywolf the Wanderer, p. 1-18
A few months after "Amok Time" Spock finds himself once again succumbing to the Fever, and takes a shuttle to go sequester himself on a planet until he dies of it, afraid of what he might to do Kirk otherwise. Fortunately for all, however, a bond has already begun to form which allows Kirk to find him in the nick of time for Kirk and McCoy to nurse the damaged Vulcan back to health and presentability. And Kirk elicits Spock's promise never to do such a thing again. Greywolf has a wonderful, sweet touch with all of the characters; this is an excellent version of an oft-used premise.
Ripple / Greywolf the Wanderer, p. 19-32
Sequel to "Lost Sailor," above, several tendays later. The Fever is back, as Spock knew it would be. With M'Benga's help as T'schar'vi to seal the bond and guard the safety of both, Kirk and Spock are able to deepen their bond and get through pon farr.
Lord of the Dance / T'Rhys, p. 33-34
And now for something completely different... a mytho-poetic little piece with Kirk and Spock competing as Irish dance prodigies / gods.
*ComeupPANce / Emily Adams, p. 35-49
A murder mystery, a quarrel and restoration between Kirk and Spock, and running commentary from the ship's empathic cat Pan - good fun all around.
Thoughts (Letting Go) / Helen, p. 50-54
After "All Our Yesterdays" Kirk finds himself jealous of Spock's encounter with Zarabeth and Spock finds himself snapping at Kirk for his questioning about that relationship. Apologies lead to the expression of their true feelings - and, of course, Spock's bed.
Home / Karin Porter, p. 55-61
Kirk returns from the Mirror Universe to find that Mirror-Kirk has been "flirting" with Spock - something he hasn't dared to do, himself - but he can take a cue.
Voyages / Patricia Roe, p. 62-78
A well-written series of scenes from The Search for Spock and The Voyage Home, emphasizing Kirk's regrets about not having pursued the issue of a deeper relationship with Spock, and the separation enforced by the Gol masters after the fal-tor-pan. As in the movies, the story lightens up nicely on the Voyage Home.  When the two at last find themselves alone, Kirk discovers that Amanda has successfully included her own ideas into Spock's retraining, and Spock is again well aware of and accepting of his feelings for Kirk.
Remember Me / Ida Vega, p. 85-137
In this universe, Spock is captain of the Intrepid, and T'Pring is serving on the ship in order to be with her betrothed when his time comes -  but she is actually carrying on with Stonn. Vulcan is still debating whether to join the Federation. Both ships arrive to survey a planet with mineral riches, and despite some early tensions and suspicion, agree to work together on the project and divide the spoils appropriately. Then along come the Klingons. But the story is really a set of three parallel romances: 1. Chekov and the young Vulcan ensign T'Amatt; 2. McCoy and the Intrepid's healer T'Carre, and of course, 3. Kirk and Spock. Some fun stuff here, as all three couples try to sort out their futures together, but none of the romances is terribly convincing - all 6 of them are essentially swearing eternal love from their first meeting.
To Dance with a Warrior / Karin Porter, p. 138-166
Mirror Kirk is back on the ISS Enterprise, faced with the problem of determining whether his own Spock feels about him the way our Spock feels about our Kirk. Also the problem of what to do about Marlena - nicely solved without bloodshed. Apart from that, the story is pretty much a long string of sex scenes as Spock guides Kirk through the process of establishing a warrior bond between them - which involves an elaborate series of martial-arts type moves and requires Kirk to successfully be the first to disrobe his partner at least once.
The Valley of Love and Delight / Elenadia, p. 167
Poetry:
Blue World / Robin Hood, p. 49
The Vacation / Robin Hood, p. 54
The Puppy / Robin Hood, p. 61
Poems from the Bonding: First Best Destiny; Integrations / Ariel, p. 79
Operation: Annighilate (sickbay, after teh light) / Ariel, p. 80
The Hug Sonnets / Virginia Sky, p. 81

 

 

1990

*Time and Time Again [TOS/TNG Novel]
Michael Ruff; Ruff and Ready Press, Rochester, NY, 1990, 145p.
Cover: David Lawrence
Art & illustrations: Cindy Barnard, David Lawrence, Yvonne Bowhay, Donna Hull, Jaaica Fischer, Nan Nelson
Original price: not stated

Delightful TOS/TNG crossover. Kirk & Co. rescue a nasty race of slimy, toothy, large but quick slugs from an impending asteroid. This results in the slugs surviving to develop craft that are invincible due to a time-distorting mechanism, which they use to harvest humans on which to feast in TNG's era. No doubt there are plenty of plot flaws revolving about the time-distorter, but it's a heck of a good yarn and the dialog and characterization are very fine. Nice parallels of the Kirk/Spock and Picard/Data relationships, good McCoy scenes, and a generally fine rollick. Excellent denouement as Kirk, in opposition to Picard, once again refuses to obey the Prime Directive (which would mean destroying the Demokians) - and throws the ball (er, asteroid) into Picard's court.

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1993

Time after Time and Time Again [TOS/ TNG Crossover Novel]
Michael Ruff, Ruff & Ready Press, Rochester, NY, 1993, 124 pages
Cover: Cindy Barnard
Art & illustrations: Jamaica Fischer, Cindy Barnard, Nan Nelson, Yvonne Bowhay, Juanne Michaud, Michael Ruff, Beverly Chick, David Lawrence

Landers, TWR: "Sequel novel to Time and Time Again. This crossover work features the crews from both generations reuniting to correct a time problem left unanswered in the original novel. Both Data and Worf will be lost if Picard and Geordi can't repair the time rift created by their earlier encounter with the Classic Trek crew. Luckily, Kirk and Spock will be there to help. Art by Jamaica Fisher, Cindy Barnard, Nan Nelson, Yvonne Bowhay, Michael Ruff, David Lawrence, Beverly Chick and Juanne Michaud."

 

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Time Is, Time Was, Time Yet to Be
J. Stewart; ScoTpress, 60p.

 
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A Time of Death, a Time of Life
Jane Freitag, 49p.

 
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The Time of Surak
ed. Amy Falkowitz, Plak Tow / Dragonhold Press, Mountain View, CA, 1979, 112p.

 
1979

Cover and back cover: Amy Falkowitz
Art and illustrations: MAry Stacy-Macdonald, Shona Jackson, Merle Decker, Susan Wyllie, Amy Falkowitz, Melody Frame, Edith Crowe, Pam Kowalski
Original price: $3.75

From the Time of the Beginning (editorial) / Amy Falkowitz, p. 2-3
The First Follower / Sandra Necchi, p. 4-11
In the aftermath of an attack on his own village and the vengeance extracted for it, the boy Surak voices his doubts to a bereaved friend.
Pre-Logic Portraits (portfolio), p. 13-17
Homestead of Death / Jacqueline Bielowicz, p. 18-34
In the framework of a teacher relating the story to a group of boys preparing for Kahswan, we follow a Warrior who is unable to accept the changes wrought on his society by the teachings of Surak. Warrior Stim is serving his term as a mediator. When the new teachings force him to give a ruling against a warrior - and his own preference - ut us the last straw, and he joins a warrior rebellion, becoming their leader. His wife, a true convert to Surak, follows him hoping to bring him back to the fold, but sends their son off to learn the way of Surak. Hi kills her in a rage, and eventually maims himself impatiently trying to concoct a devastating chemical weapon. He is left wandering the ruins of his fortress homestead, insanely leading his phantom army against the followers of Surak. Interesting vision, nicely told.
Turquoise and Telepathy Turn the Trick: the Origins of Kataytikhe Power / Stephen O'Neil, p. 35-44
Essay - explanations of certain rituals and history of the Kraith universe
A Parting of Ways / Amy Falkowitz, p. 45-48
[reprinted from The Southern Star #2]
Parting scene between Vulcan brothers, one of whom has joined a brotherhood of Surak, the other clinging to the warrior culture.
Pre-Logic Vulcan (portfolio) / Susan Wyllie, p. 49-52
Speculations on the Nature of the Vulcan Wars / Virginia Lee Smith, p. 54
The Death of Samendar / Virginia Lee Smith, p. 55-58
A pre-Reform Vulcan legend told in alliterative saga-style prose.
Traditions / Art by Merle Decker, interpretations by Amy Falkowitz, p. 59-65
Vignettes of Old Vulcan: The Argument / By Chance / The Invitation
Doubts / Isabel Real, p. 67-70
A young follower of the ways of peace struggles with his mission (assigned at birth) to leave the desert household in which he has grown up and serve as a messenger to the city-dwellers, touching their hate-filled minds to spread the word.
A Lesson in Pain / Amy Falkowitz, p. 71-91
Very nicely written exploration of Surak's teaching methods, through one newly converted warrior's experience. Surak takes the converts on a "Lessoning Hunt" to experience the fear and death of their prey. When Sokif is eventually captured by a warrior clan, he clings to the new ways through tauntings and forced viewings of torture to others. When he finally breaks down, he mind-attacks his captors, pouring the lessoning hunt experience into their minds. He escapes and returns to Surak, begging to be killed as he cannot live with this mis-deed. Surak dims the memory for him so that he can live - but the great teacher is left to struggle with his own doubts of his methods.
Changes: artwork & interpretations / Mary Stacy-MacDonald, p. 92-96
The Crux / The Conversion / The Bonding / The Heirs
My favorite is "The Heirs" in which a woman regretting the emotional barrenness of the new ways apologizes to her unborn child for having made the choice for it.
Not Quite the Way History Recalls It / Terrence Oswald Knova, p. 97-102
A wittily-told tale with a rather refreshingly novel take on Surak.Two warring Vulcan civilizations have each developed the atomic bomb and are nearing Mutual Assured Destruction. Bygallium sends its forces out to attack Sallingal, and nothing has been heard since. Surak arrives and turns out to be the sole survivor after the attacking force sabotaged a lab in which a deadly virus had been engineered. Surak has also predicted the logical outcome of informing the Bygallium leader - that he would suffer a fatal heart attack - and calmly takes over the throne.
Starships of the Eldar? A Tale of Irreverent Origins / Maggie Nowakowska, p. 103-112
An amusing and convoluted history that binds Vulcan and Middle Earth - and accounts for some of the characteristics of our own favorite Vulcans.
 
Poetry:
Bred to Peace / Martha J. Bonds, p. 11-12
The First Questions / Susan Wyllie, p. 53
Dragonmaster / Randy William Ash, p. 66
Time of Surak / Randy William Ash, p. 112

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Time Out of Mind [ADULT: K/S; Novel?]
Nathan St. Germain & Keith Donovan MKASHEF Enterprises

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  Stranded in Earth's past, the crew of the Enterprise must adapt or die.  

 

 

Time Warp
ed. Ann Elizabeth Zeek, Isis Press, Brooklyn NY

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De Romulani" T. Gorse
The Cytherian Cycle (Part 1) A. F. Zeek [Also Intergalactic CQQ... #2]
Taproots A. Lewis
Spock's Elf F. Mosher
First Contact G. Roberts

 

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#5 1981 186p half ST, half SW
Second Chance / Joan Verba
Request Denied / Barbara Wenk

Kirk is arrested after ST:TMP for making off with the Enterprise

 



1992

Times Change [Star Trek / Lost in Space crossover novella]
by Jeanne E. McGrew, ed. Michael Ruff, Ruff 'n Ready Press, Rochester NY, 1992, 83p
Cover & illustrations: Cindy Barnard
Original price: not stated

Best part is actually the author's impassioned plea for the quality of the first season of Lost in Space, which made me curious to see them and find out if I would agree. The story is entertaining but not spectacular, and pretty gushy. Enterprise is time-travelling to Earth to record events of the Eugenics War era, and rescues the party of the Jupiter II. Kirk tries to take them to their proper arrival date on Alpha Centauri, but is thwarted with every try - first through solar breakaway moves, then at the Guardian. Meanwhile, the Robinson party relive some of their episodes, through the Shore Leave planet and the Guardian. Will and Penny each rescue future love interests, and much of the story revolves around eventual amicable resolution of the craven Smith's relationship with John and Don, who actually do beat him up after threatening for so long. Finally, going beyond the Barrier, they find the source of the interference - a type of god made of neutrinos, who keeps worlds and times in place, and now judges that the Enterprise must be destroyed. It is saved by Penny, who recognizes one voice as her "Mister Nobody" and makes an emotional plea.

 

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Timeframe
Evelyin Baker, Ontaria, CA

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  #2  
  #3  
  #4  
 

#4 1/2

 

 

 

Timeshift [Novella]
Black Coffee Press, c/o Florence Butler, Washington, D.C., 72 p.

 
?

Van Hise: "With his crew, Kirk is summoned to earth's 27th century, to a Federation wracked by an extra-galactic menace. To save the galaxy, Kirk undertakes a bizarre journey while Spock gains forbidden knowledge which presages surprising events in his life. McCoy glimpses a love that can never be, and other officers are caught up in the social and technolgial changes of their own distant future."

Data source:
Van Hise

 

 

To Boldly Go [Novella?]
Lynn Stenzel, Amarillo, TX

 
?

 

Data source:
?

 

 

To Share the Dawn [Novella?]
Sue Glasgow, Bartlesville, OK Feb 1978

 
1978

 

Data source:
Trexindex S1

 

 

Too Many Avenues [Novel?]
K. Stagg, 171p

 
?

Hupe: "Kirk nearly dies from a mysterious illness but once he recovers, it seems the reasons are far more involved and both he and Spock have to return to a starbase and go under cover on the orders of Admiral Komack. Events then become even more life-threatening."

Data source:
Catalogs: Hupe; Rondeau

 

 

Too Near to Tomorrow [Novel?]
Ruth Ann Hepner, Harrisburg, PA

 
?

 

Data source: ?


 

Total Entropy
Jeff Card, Franklin TN

Trexindex
?

#1


  #2  

 

 

A Touch of Tish [ADULT: K/S; Novel?]
124 p.

 
  Hupe:
"An anthology of K/S stories and porms by Tish, containing some that are reprints; the balance is all new stories. "You called me freak. Of all the words you could have chosen, that was the cruelest, most hurtful of them all... The Vulcan in me understands why you had to do it... but the Human in me is crying..." Also Cornmunication Breakdown, This Simple Feeling, The Art of Seduction, and more!"
Source:
Catalog: Hupe


 

Touchstone [Novel?]
Robyn Berkeley Ankh Press, 102 p.

 
?

Rondeau:
"Young Starfleet novella (offspring of ST crew)."

Hupe:
"set in ST universe developed in Revenge of the Wind Rider"

from eBay:
"James Kirk sends his half-Vulcan grandson, Daniel Surak Markus, on a training mission which turns into a battle for survival. As the voyage begins, Daniel's life is threatened by Pon Farr, the fatal desire of a Vulcan woman and the murderous jealousy of a Vulcan starship captain. On a wilderness planet, Daniel is joined by his friend, Rashid Kengi (Uhura's son) where they encounter a hate-filled culture called the Wolves. The Wolves plan on "purifying" and ruling the Galaxy. It is up to Daniel and his friends ( and Captain Kirk!) to save the day. Surak also appears in this story."

Data source: ?
Catalogs: Hupe; Rondeau;
eBay ad


1982

Transition [Novel]
Lois Welling, Champaign, IL 1982, 157p.
Illustrations: Beverly Zuk

[Sequel to The Displaced. Events in the life of Spock's Terran-born spouse, Susan]

Data source:
Item in hand

 

 

Transporter
Richard Beebe

Trexindex
 

#1
Dimension Beyond Time L.D. Polley


 

 

Transporter Malfunction
Steven Miller, Nassena, NY

Trexindex
 

#1
The Decadal Listings of Star Trek Episodes" S. Miller
Chrysalis P. Murphy
Trek Libs" B. Matrice
Travel in Science Fiction" F. Schroll


  #2  
  #3 100p
Hupe: "The Lansing is on a four week shakedown cruise when a message is intercepted. Upon responding, the crew finds itself embroiled in planetary politics, intrigue, and kidnapping."
Source:
Catalog: Hupe


?

Transwarp

?

 

?

Trek
G. B. Love, Houston TX Semipro - lots of glossies

[NOTE: MANY of these articles appear in the Best of Trek pocketbooks]

Trexindex
  TREK #1  
  TREK #2
What if...?" L. Thompson
Monsters of Star Trek" W. Leach
Star Trek '75" B. Coghurn
"City on the Edge of Forever": In the Beginning" J. Van Hise
 
  TREK #3
Cicago Con" J. Smith
Star Trek Bloopers You Never Saw" J. Van Hise
Editorial
Star Trek and S-F Tapes (A)
Trek Roundtable"
The Romulans" L. Thompson
Star Talk" G.B. Love
 
  TREK #4 [reprinted in TREK SPECIAL #2]
The Real Nimoy"
The World of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson" M. Clark
Mr. Spock:A Personal Memoir" L. Thompson
Mr. Spock: Supporting Cast to Superstar" J. Smith
New York Con (February)" J. Van Hise
"The Outer Limits" (review)" J. Van Hise
Dressing Room Secrets of Star Trek"(reprinted from TV Star Parade)
 
  TREK #5
"War of the Worlds" (review) J. Van Hise
Star Trek Log 7 (review)" L. Thompson
A Look at Star Trek Fandom J. Smith
Star Trek Miniatures: Starship Enterprise" B. Van Treuren
Behind the Scenes of Star Trek" J. Van Hise
Adapting Your Own Enterprise ModeI (A) R. Van Treuren
 
  TREK #6  
  TREK #7
Star Trek and Me
Trek Interview: Graci Lee Whitney
Star Trek Comic Books
The Thing
The Trek Fan Poll
Inside Trek
Trek Trivia
ST Comix
Spock Scrapbook Extra
Trek Roundtable
 
  TREK #8
Trek Fan Poll Results
An Evening With Gene Roddenberry
Roddenberry: A Short Profile
The Fan of the Month
The Psychology of Mr. Spock
The Animated Star Trek: An Analysis
The Animated ST Index
Star Trek Mysteries Solved
Trek Roundtable
 
  TREK #9
An Evening With George Takei
A Look at Leonard McCoy
Time Travels in Star Trek
Star Wars section
Trek Roundtable
 
  TREK #10 Special Kirk Issue
Jim's Little Black Book
A Brief Look at Kirk's Career
A Phone Call from William Shatner
Recipe for a Starhsip Captain
Bill Shatner: An Acting Critique
The Psychology of Captain Kirk's Popularity
Captain Kirk's Duties
Trek Roundtable
 
  TREK #11
The Movie
City vs. City
Kirk's Fair Damsel
The Starlost
Shortcuts Through Space in ST
The Fotonovels
A Star Trek Needlepoint Design
Kirk and Hornblower
Trekviews
Trek Trivia
Trek Roundtable
 
  TREK #12 Nov 1978 40p.
The Romulan-Klingon Alliance / Patrick R. Wilson
Ranger Force / Robert Curtis HEnderson
Trek Roundtable
The Rise of the Federation / Jim Houston
Another View... of Mr. Spock / Jack Lenburg
The Fall of the Federation / Philip Carpenter
Vulcan Costume Designs / Kelly Hale
Source:
Item in hand
  TREK #13 March 1979
88 Character Universe / Russel Bates
A New Year's Revolution / Mary Jo Lawrence
Characterization Rape: An Examination of Fan Fiction / Kendra Hunter
More Time Travels in Star Trek / Mark A. Golding
Trek Roundtable
I Love Spock / Beverly Wood
Source:
Item in hand
  #14  
  TREK #15 Winter 1980
Star Trek: The Motion Picture: a Review / Walter Irwin
Changes in Star Trek: The Motion Picture / G. B. Love
A Look at Star Trek: the Novel / James Van Houston
Walter Koenig: an Interview [from HoustonCon 1979]
Trek Roundtable
The Klingons in Star Trek: The Motion Picture / Leslie Thompson
Parallels in Star Trek: The Motion Picture vs. the Series / Lynn Adams
Source:
Item in hand
  TREK SPECIAL #1  
  TREK SPECIAL
#2 Nov 1978 [reprints TREK #4, with additional material]
Star Trek Around the World / Richard G. Van Treuren [new]
An Assortment of Federation Fashions / Kelly Hale [new]
Mr. Spock: Supporting Cast to Superstar" J. Smith
Trek Roundtable
Space 1999: The World of Gerry And Sylvia Anderson / Mike Clark & Marc Wielage
The Real Nimoy
Dressing Room Secrets of Star Trek"(reprinted from TV Star Parade)
Mr. Spock:A Personal Memoir" L. Thompson
New York Con (February)" J. Van Hise
"The Outer Limits" (review)" J. Van Hise
 

 

?

Trek Connections
Ankh Press

?
     
  #2 13p
Rondeau: "Young Starfleet"

Source:
Catalog: Rondeau


?

Trek Encore
Vel Jaeger, Clearwater, FL

Source:
Van Hise
     

 

?

Trek Tales from New Wales 80p.[novella? stories?]
Sue Burstynski, AU
Bearly Spaced Enterprises, Seekonk, MA

Source:
Van Hise
  Van Hise:
"An alternate universe Star Trek set in the whimsical land of New Wales where unicorns and dragons abound."
 

 

?

Trek Times
Ed. Jim Burns, published by Gary Berman & Adam Malin, Flushing, NY
[Continued by: Creation Times]

Source:
Trexindex
1976

Trek Times #1
Ed. Jim Burns, published by Gary Berman & Adam Malin, Flushing, NY, June [1976?], 20 unnumbered pages
Original price: $0.75

Trek Newsline, 3p.
Interview with (Gene) Roddenberry / Jim. Burns, 6p
Fantasy Teletype - News & Reviews - 1976 / Tom Rogers, 4p
Zinescene - zine reviews, 3p
Convention Calendar, July 1976, 1p.

Data source:
Item in hand [klh]

  #2
Interview with (Gene) Roddenberry (A) J. Burns
D.C. Expo Con" J. Burns
Source:
Trexindex
  #3
Majel Barrett Interview" J. Burns
At the EquiCon/FilmCon" J. Burns
Mr. Spock" J. Thornton
"Them" (review)" D. Murray
Toronto Star Trek COI1 (A) G. Berman
Source:
Trexindex
 

Trek Times #4
Ed. Jim Burns, published by Gary Berman & Adam Malin, Flushing, NY, Sept. 1976, 24 unnumbered pages
Original price: $1.00

Editorial
Trek Newsline
Convention Calendar
Fantasy Teletype
Book Reviews / Wayne Borean
Now Showing [movie reviews]
Star Trek Animation - Index / Jim Burns

Data source:
Item in hand [klh]

  #5
Animated Star Trek Index"
Fantasy Teletype" T. Rogers
Inteview with (James) Doohan"
DracuIa" (review)" D. Murray
Trek Times Book Review" W. Borean
Source:
Trexindex
  #6 Source:
Trexindex
  #7 Source:
Trexindex
 

Trek Times #8
Ed. Jim Burns, published by Gary Berman & Adam Malin, Flushing, NY, January 1977, 24 unnumbered pages
Original price: $0.60

Editorial
Trek Newsline
Interview with William Shatner
Retrospections: King Kong
Letters

Data source:
Item in hand [klh]

  #9/10 Mar 1977 Source:
Trexindex

 

?

Trekism
bimonthly newsletter of the Star Trek SIG (special interest group) of Mensa.

Source:
?
     

 

?

Trekism at Length
ed. Vel Jaeger, Clearwater, FL

Source:
?
  Special Edition #1, 1979, 52p. - "publication of a MENSA special interest group" - eBay eBay ad
1981

Trekism at Length #2
[compiled from issues 9-15 of TREKisM]
ed. Vel Jaeger, Oceanside, CA, 1981, 112p.
Cover: ?; back cover: Vel Jaeger
Art & illustrations: James R. Moon, Ryan Anthony, Vel Jaeger, Lavena Kay Kidd

Editorial Ramblings / Vel Jaeger
Kirk, Spock and the Enterprise Go Somewhere Thataway / the Kidds p. 1-8
A Star Trek Dick & Jane
Con Reports: p. 9-19
Star Trek America Con, NY City, Labor Day weekend 19789
Stellar Con V, Greensboro, NC, March 21-22 1980
Florida Space Festival, Tampa, March 23-24 1980 - George Takei
Kansas City, July 25-27, 1980 - DeKelley & Grace Lee Whitney
Phone Interview with Gene Roddenberry, AugustTrek 1980 p. 20-21
A Message for the Letter Log / Karen Hunter p. 22-24
ST:TMP events as seen by the assistant to the assistant chief supply officer. Some quite nice touches.
The Sound of Muzak / David E. Buxbaum p. 25-27
Silly story of tempers flaring on the E due to a change in the background music. Only really good bit is having the chaplain respond to Uhura's farewell with, "The Force be with you."
Breeding Programs - article explaining the new Klingons p. 28-31
Captain's Contemplations / Mike Koenigsberg p. 33-40
Rambling bit with McCoy telling Kirk not to take the Admiralty and Kirk reminiscing about his command.
Trekkish Holidays - the Halloween Incident / V. L. Thorn p. 41-44
A couple of dull Halloween stories
A Few Words form Scotty, p. 46
report of James Doohan interview at Georgetown College, 1979
The Collectibles Enterpriser / David G. MacLean, p. 47-49
Star Trek, the Book: a Review / Peter Scott, p. 50-51
A Klingonii Rebuttal, p. 52
Klingon Trivia Quiz, p. 53
* Toodleloo, Mary Sue / Moria (=Donna) Washburn p. 54-57
Nice spoof. Beautiful and talented fan makes it into the 23rd century and aboard the Enterprise and proceeds to try to seduce all the male ranking officers in turn, but is horrified to find: Kirk and Spock in one another's arms; Scotty loving his engines; McCoy lusting after her body, but only once she's finished with it; Sulu eager only for her knowledge of weeds; Chekov uninterested in older women; and Uhura putting the moves on her. She goes home and forswears Star Trek. I especially liked McCoy's diagnosis of a crewman with Denebian Snorting Fever. McCoy snickers as she beams away, but she doesn't catch on.
*Trekish Holidays, part II: Trek Us All With Boughs of Holly / David E. Buxbaum p. 58-60 (actually 9p - mistyped page numbers)
I liked this one once it turned out *not* to be about the crew meeting baby Jesus. Tansporter trouble strands Sulu, Uhura and Chekov somewhere rural, outside an inn with no room... It's something on the order of the Shore Leave planet. The story is riddled with sneaky one-liners and the whole thing ends up a shaggy dog story so McCoy can tell Chekov: "everybody knows there's no sanity clause."
Love and War Among the Vulcans / Karen Hunter (A) p. 62-65
Puzzles, p. 66-68
Lights Out / David E. Buxbaum p. 69-70
Another shaggy dog story. Chekov pulls a practical joke to get a look at a new crewwoman. The upshot is that Kirk gets to say of the light source: "it is currently replenishing itself and will shortly ion itself out."
Star Dreck / Jean MacKay Jackson, p. 70-71
A Most Logical Misunderstanding / Peter Scott p. 72-73
Enterprise is quarantined by a planet fearful that they are lunatics from the asylum they were warned about by the disk they found and played (presumably Sagan's - was it Pioneer? - attempt).
Ship Security, Sulu Style / Michael Koenigsberg p. 74 - 76
Sulu is left with the con and has to solve a mysterious power drain... which turns out to be Kirk's robot cat, a test for his command crew.
A Mother's Son / Vivian Meltz Bregman 7p (numbering off)
Spock's 1/4-Vulcan cousin T'Racy is mind-sifted. It takes all of the Big Three to bring her out of a retreat to insanity. Her return to full duty is justified when she is again confronted by Kor, fakes a trauma reaction and saves the crew. I'm tired of more relations for Spock, but it was nicely executed. Title from Kipling poem in which the narrator watches a man go crazy, and the man is "my mother's son."
A Hairy Log / Ginger Lee, p. 80
Insufficient Data / Rosemarie Eierman, p. 81-86
various quibbles with the show
Idylls in a Romulan Mode / Vel Jaeger, p. 87-88
Klingon Ethnological Studies, p. 89-90
Romulan Astronomy / Robert S. Sayes, p. 91
Trek-M's Speak their Minds on... Star Trek: the Motion Picture, p. 93-99
Letters, p. 100-107
Zine plugs, p. 108
Contributors, p. 109-110

Poetry:
Reincarnation / Jacki Gasiorek, p. 19
The People / Amy Saenz, p. 21
Mission #80 / V.L. Thorn, p. 27
Epitaph to Norman / V.L. Thorn, p. 32
What's a Rhaandarite? / Gel Vaejer, p. 32
The Visit / V.L. Thorn, p. 44
I Am Not T'Pring / amy J. Saenz, p. 45
XVIII / Amy D. White, p. 45
To Grieve with Thee / Rosemarie Eierman, p. 51
Mr. Scott / V.L. Thorn, p. 57
The Christmas Incident / V.L. Thorn, p. 60
If a Starship Had a Fireplace / LaVena Kay Kidd, p. 61
Eagle / Barb Parcells, p. 68

Source:
Item in hand

 

 

TrekLink
Joan Verba fanzine discussion newsletter, split into sections for Adult & Gen

 
 

#1 Summer 1985 all by Joan, setting out policy

Data source:
?

  #2 Oct 1985 5p  

 

 

Trexindex
Roberta Rogow
Van Hise:
"A complete and comprehensive index to Star Trek fanzines. Each volume contains listings as indicated, a selection of fannish art and an introduction."

Van Hise
 

Trexindex
1966-1976 (1977, April Publications)
V. 1: Titles of fanzines, titles of stories and articles
V. 2/3: authors/subject listings of stories and articles
V. 4/5 poetry / art listings


Item in hand

 

Trexindex Supplement 1

1977-1979
v. 1: author / title / subject
v. 2: poetry / art listings

Item in hand
  Trexindex Supplement 2
1979-1981
v. 1: author / title / subject
v. 2: poetry / art listings
Item in hand
  Trexindex Supplement 3
1980-1984
v. 1: author / title / subject
v. 2: poetry / art listings
Item in hand
 

Trexindex Supplement 4

1983-1986
v. 1: author / title / subject 1986 92p, 133 zines
v. 2: poetry / art listings

Item in hand

 

  Trexindex Supplement 5  
  Trexindex Supplement 6
v.1: author / title / subject (TOS / TNG) 250p
v. 2: poetry / art 120p.
Catalog: Hupe?
  Trexindex Supplement 7
Combined - fiction, poetry, art, 500p.
Indexes over 400 fanzines, reduced, double column. A few hundred thousand computer records went into this volume, which includes indexes by story/article title and author and cross-indexed by subject; Poetry title and poet indexes, and artist and art by zine indexes, as well as addresses from which to buy every zine indexed. About 75% new zines since last volume; the rest are older, previously-unindexed fanzines.
Catalog: Hupe?


 

Tribble Dribbles
Janet Limke, Littletown, CO

Data source:
Trexindex
 

#1
Viking Mission to Mars" S. Getto
Red Alert J.J. Cohn
To See Another World D. Kantner
Kirk's Kismet J. Williams
The Enterprise Incident "Jake"
An Interview
Reviews" J. Cohn
My Kinds of Madness M.L. Barnes



 

Tribble Owner's Guide and Manual
Robin Hill, ENG, 1976, 3p

Data source:
?
 

 


 

 

The Tribe of Jen-Wae [Novel?]
ScoTPress

Data source:
Trexindex
 

 


 

 

Triblets
Mark Spatz, Philadelphia, PA

Data source:
Trexindex
 

 


     
     
  #4
A Change S. McClain
A Star Trek Story D. Dew.
 
     
     
 

#7
Submarine Disaster at 250 Fathoms

 


 

A Tribute to T-Negative
Stephen Borer Sep 1980, 20p

Data source:
Trexindex [?]
 

incl a couple of articles by Joan Verba



 

Tricorder

Data source:
?
 

#1 1975
3 stories by C.E. Hall


  #2 1975
3 stories by C.E. Hall
 


 

Tricorder Readings (NJ)
Regina Marvinny, Wayne, NJ

Data source:
Trexindex
 

#1


  #2
Bio Sketch of Paris" K. Hickey
Adventures of a Strek-Struck Art Teacher (A) C. Taylor
Catlow" (review)" K. Hickey
Blind Man's Bluff F. Lake
Questions for Dr. McCoy" N. Maynard
Mr. Spock Meets The Avengers L. Lawson
Leonard Nimoy: On the Flip Side"
Swordfish" N. West
The Problem L. Lawson
TUS Flight 1712 G. Reynolds
Spock-In Kraith" J. Lichtenberg
Highly Illogical (A) M. Tallan
Fun and Frolics at the Noreascon" M. Tallan
Intergalactic Communications" M. Manella
Survival J. Guttridge
Incident on Naros L. Lawson
Leonard Nimoy: A Short Biography" R. Marvinny
"Fiddler on the Roof" (review)" F. Lake
Leal Amity T. Blekicki
Impossible History" F. Lake
 
  #3
Impossible History" F. Lake
The Huntress J. Guttridge
November Visit L. Lawson
Steve lhnat (obit)" I. Chapman
The Mission A. Lappin
The,Unexpected F. Lake
Unrecorded Moments" L. Lawson
Answers to Questions" J. Lichtenberg, et al
Autumn Interlude L. Lawson
Chamber of the Ages"
Contest Fntry No.1 M. Rahe
The Christmas Chimney Caper N. West
 



 

Tricorder Readings (NY)
Lee Sobol, New York, NY

Data source:
Trexindex
 

#1
Captain Kirk" L. Sobel
Ensign Chekov" L. Sobel
Space: 1999 vs. Star Trek" L. Sobel
'Patterns of Force' (review)" L. Sobel


  #2
"City on the -Edge of Forever" (review)"
Behind the Scenes of Star Trek"
Lt. Commander Montgomery Scott"
Star Trek MiniCon, N.Y. - May '76"
'The Man 'Trap'
 
  #3
"The Immunity Syndrome" (review)" L. Sobel
A Look Back at Star Trek"
U.F.O." L. Sobel
Vulcan History" L. Sobel
Lieutenant Uhura (A) L. Sobel
 
  #4
"Amok Time" (review) (A) L. Sobel
Star Trek's Nostalgia" L. Sobel
Mr. Spock" L. Sobel
 
  #5
On the Way to Narius II L. Sobel
 
  #6
The Romulans" L. Sobel
Star Trek Bloopers M. Cossgrove
"The Corbonmite Maneuver" (review)"
 
  #7
"The Cage" (review)" L. Sobel
"Charlie X" (review)" L. Sobel
Cossy's Corner"
Klingons (A) L. Sobel
Space:1999 Listings" L. Sobel
Star Trek Listings" L. Sobel
 
  #8
Aliens of Star Trek (A) L. Sobel
Cossy's Corner"
Space:1999-The New Season" L. Sobel
Star Trek Oddities" L. Sobel
Mr. SuIu" L. Sobel
 


 

Tri-Level
ed. Michael Jencevici, Chicago, IL

Data source:
Trexindex
 

 



 

Trinary Star
Diana King, Annandale, VA

Data source:
Van Hise
 

 


 

 

Triskelion
Danielle Dabbs, Bryan, TX
#1 (1968?) - #5 (1976)

Van Hise:
"one of the earliest Star Trek fanzines. Issue #2 from 1968 even includes a non-fiction piece about Star Trek technology by science fiction author Hal Clement."

Data source:
Trexindex
1968

#1
Genesis and 'The Apple"' P. Dobrovolny
Future Man" G. Abend
Nuts! J. Lorrah
Visit to a Cardboard Planet" L. Stanley
Star Fleet General Post Office" F. Saunders
Direct Thought Transfer" "J.A.D."
Steinmans's Economic History B. Bradley
Star Trek's Computer" J.C. Forehand
A Stranger's Demise S.Q. Wolfe
Vulcan Ethnography" A. Spectra
Chronical For an Unknown Race P. Jachen


  #2 1968
Adaptions, Adaptions (A) D. Schweitzer
Captain Kirk: Administrator and Strategist" "J.A.D."
Nexus V. Linea
Report on Probability U. (A) S.Q. Wolfe
D.C. Fontanta is a Romulan Agent" J. Lorrah
The Green Evolution" P. Dobrovolny
An Effort of Logic" H. Clement
Saga of the Space Academy" V. Linea
Fata Morgana S. Stanczyk
Vulcan Ethnography" A. Spectra
Romulans, Beware O.F. Sky
 
 

#3

 

 
  #4 1971
The Time Tower F. Hunter
Extrapolation" C. Pruitt
Flight From the Skillet (A) P. Gemignani
Epilogue I J. Lorrah [later published in Epilogue]
Life in an Automated Putty Knife Factory W.G. Bliss
Analysis: "The Tholian Web " L. Basta
Bay Con-26th World SF Con"
Beyond Unseen Barriers D. Schweitzer
And They Shall Meet P. Jachen
The Cosmic Beanstalk F. McKym
 
  #5 1976
Epilogue II J. Lorrah
The Key to Everything, C. Holder
Never and Always J. Lorrah
The Tarquin Trilogy (Part 1) S. Pettit
 



 

Tri*Way
Crouch, Austin TX

Data source:
Trexindex
 

 


 

 

Trojan Angel [Novel?]
by Barbara Lenore Snowberger, 210p
Ed. Terry Sue Shank
Cover: Mike Brown

 
 

"Had the ST writers of the 20th century been cosmically inspired by the future? Or had those same novelists and screenwriters somehow created the rality of the 23rd cenury by the sheer force of their own vivid imaginations?"

Data source:
Ad in Elysia #2

 

1990

Trophies [Novel]
Laureen Peltier, St. Paul, MN, 1990, 144p
Covers: Anne-Marie Smith
Original price: not stated

A fairly compelling tale with pretty good character play; excellent cover portraits in a well- presented zine. Unfortunately, it is also very badly in need of editing. the plot is jumbled, there is a great deal of pompously mysterious prose, and it is rife with misused vocabulary, poor similes, and typos.
   Admiral Nielson, pressured by the Commission to respond to a 200-year-old plea for admission from the Omega System, sends the old, ill-equipped Zephyr with its green crew instead of the Constitution, because he considers them expendable. They arrive, find the planet's orbit filled with dead spaceships, punch a hole through an energy barrier and are all killed by The Alien, except for Captain Kendrick, whom it inhabits. Meanwhile, Kirk is blaming himself for a failed mission and killed men, and Starfleet is giving him a medal for it. There is a scene with a widow, ruining the PR, and Nielson cancels Enterprise shore leave and sends Kirk under sealed orders to find out what happened to the Zephyr, ordering him to leave them there when he does. Kirk is also withdrawing from his friends. They find the Zephyr, but Kirk can't leave the mystery per orders, so a landing party go down to play cat and mouse with The Alien. Safekeeper, a survivor of the original race beams Kirk into the mountain and explains to him that the Alien is a machine they made to power their planet on the psychic energy of emotions, but it got out of control and killed them all, and if it gets out of the barrier they constructed, which it will do as soon as it learns how to feed on human emotions, it will wipe out the galaxy, turning everybody into "perfect" immortal sparks imprisoned in itself. Or something like that. And for some reason, the savior has to be Kirk. So, with the help of Safekeeper, Kirk tangles with Kendrick/Alien while Spock, McCoy & LeSal try to blow up its generator deep in the mountain. Spock sets the detonator then collapses because somehow he's helping Kirk fight the alien. Safekeeper gets them out, though. Everybody goes home. Nielson is found out. Kirk is called before a board of inquiry, but it's a sham - they are testing him to make sure he would follow his oath rather than his orders. Kirk decides Starfleet was always this way, only his view of it has changed and he can live with that. And the adventure goes on. [klh]

Data source:
Item in hand


 

The Trouble with Kittens
Beth Hallam, Bedford, ENG

Data source:
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Troubles Revisited / The Rift / Justice Should Be Seen to Be Done
Kay Stagg, 95 p.


 

Hupe:
" Originally appeared in Stargate 3 and Enterprise Log Entries 61) Troubles Revisited: Little does Kirk know but he has not left his problems back on K7. The Rift: Kirk beams down to an alien planet with Spock, McCoy, and Uhura, at the request of the Federation."

Source:
Catalogs: Hupe, Rondeau

 

 

True Vulcan Confessions
Dusty Jones, Takoma Park, MD

Source:
Van Hise
 

 


 

 

The Truth about Tribbles
Dr. Jack Cohen, Dissertation

Source:
[Trexindex]
 

 


 

 

Turbolift Review
Teri White, Shaker Heights, OH

Source:
Trexindex S1
1978

#1 Jan 1978


1978 #2 Sep 1978  

 

 

Turnabout
Sharon Ferraro, Boojums Press, Kalamazoo, MI

Source:
Trexindex
 

#1
Child of the Universe T. Tomilo


  #2
The Logical Conslusion final notes (A) C. Levine
Reviews" S. Ferraro
A Modest Proposal in the Interest of Ecological Expediency" G. Ewing
 


 

The Twenty-fifth Year [ADULT: K/S; Novel?]
MKASHEF Enterprises (Pon Farr Press) 275 pages

 
 

Hupe:
"A "collaborative novel" featuring some of the best K/S writers ever! It's the night of Kirk and Spock's 25th anniversary. Join them as they reminisce about their years together both good and bad."

Van Hise:
" a K/S anthology celebrating 25 years of Star Trek"

Source:
Catalog: Hupe;
Van Hise

 

 

Twilight Trek [ADULT: K/S]
Jean Hinson, Downey, CA

Hupe: "All K/S stories, devoted to the strange, the eerie, the unexpected."

Source:
Catalog: Hupe;
Van Hise
 

#1

 

 
  #2:
Hupe:
"Young Jim Kirk's life is saved on Vulcan in a harrowing dert adventure, but all is not as it appears to be; a forced leave on Vulcan, a trip to an archaeological dig, and an encounter with a very strange old Vulcan, and Kirk and Spock will never be the same; more."
 

 

1985

Two-Dimensional Thinking
Lee Heller, Watertown, MA 1985, 230p

Source:
Boldly Writing
 

BW: "best fanzine since Dagger of the Mind - editor solicited stories from favorite zine authors"



 

Tytsean Chronicles
Barbara Peters

Source:
Trexindex S1