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The Faces of Darkness--Book 1:Discovery

A. V. Wilde

1991

V/C

Rating: R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 172 p, some art.

Art information: A.V. Wilde, Lisa Stubblefield, Alexandra Vincent

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This novel [of which only Book 1 has yet been published] operates under two timelines: the end of the Trilogy and 3rd season and, in counterpoint, a fantasy world in which Vincent is a clan-chief/warlord of the Dikarna (people like himself) who share the land uneasily with the early Celts(Llnaelli). Catherine, a Celt, becomes his captive and eventually his lover. The two stories occasionally intersect. Some pretty rough-and tumble sex, here and there.

 

 

Faded Roses 1

ed. by Cheryl W. Duval

1989

V/C (mainly)

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 229 p.

Art information: Color cover. Much art. B&B art by Lisa Conner, Julie Edwards, Joseph Phillips, Phred, Terrie Smith.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: B&B/Amadeus/Phantom NON-crossover zine. Fiction , artwork, cartoons, & poetry. Also a classic naughty limerick. B&B Stories by Teresa Sariek, Carol Kyne, Sue Ann Sarick, Tricia Field, Claudia Bert and, Dianne Smith, Melinda Knapp.

 

 

Faded Roses 2

ed. by Cheryl W. Duval

1990

V/C (mainly)

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, c. 265 p

Art information: Much art by Teresa Buffaloe, Julie Edwards, Debbie Joseph, Vickey Kime-Mackey, Frank Rolapp, Terrie Smith-Wooten (including color cover), Pam Tuck.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information:. B&B/Amadeus/Phantom NON-crossover zine. B&B stories by Teresa Sarick, Melinda Knapp, Adina Reeve, Sue Ann Sarick, Krista Chafin, Angela Matis, Claudia Bertrand, Cheryl Duval, Jan Grokett, Christine Reynolds.

 

 

Faded Roses 3

ed. by Cheryl W. Duval

1991

V/C (mainly)

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, c. 200 p, tiny print.

Art information: Much art. Non-B&B covers. Interior B&B art by Julie Edwards, Kevin Houseberg, Holly Reidel, Cheryl Serr, Terries Smith, Pam Tuck.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: B&B/Amadeus/Phantom NON-crossover zine. B&B Stories by Marcia Wickes, Linda Mooney, Kevin Houseberg, A 'Nea Dodson, Valerie Lynn Meachum, Cat Miles, Guinn Berger, Tricia Field, Teresa Sarick, Angela Matis, Karen Mitchell.

 

 

Faded Roses 4

ed. by Cheryl Duval

1993

Art information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: A crossover zine featuring B&B, Phantom of the Opera, and Amadeus.

 

 

Faery Tale 1-2

published by Fenris House

1988

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 11 x 8 1/2 (sideways), 76 p, tiny print. Despite small page count, each page is virtually double-sized photocopied/reduced from two packed, single-spaced pages--so there's actually much reading here if your eyes hold up.

Art information: Cover art only. Covers--portraits of Vincent and then V/C--by Frank Liltz.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Short stories spinning off1st season. A story divided between the two volumes, "Wild Thing" by J. L. Hardin, describes an abused, female creature-like-Vincent seeking refuge in the tunnels, and what comes of it. In the second volume there's also an early story, "Arrival or variations on a theme," by Lisa Swope and fiction and poetry by Kay Simon.

 

 

Faery Tale 3

Published by Fenris House

Date?

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 11 x 8 1/2 (sideways), np, tiny print.

Art Information: Cover only, by Frank Liltz

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Stories by Rebba Story, Dianne Smith, V. Burke, Nea Dodson, Sharon Wells, Linda Ann Mallory, Stephanie Kana, Claudia Bertrand, Karen Bates. Poetry by Shadowdance, Serina, Nancy Gerviais, Winifred McBeth, Teri Sarick, Rene Schneider, Oracle.

 

Family Matters

Sarah Hanrahan

Size: 10 pt. type; 53 p.

Ordering Information: US $4.00

Additional Information: 2S. From the author: "Father has a forgotten family Above, as well as the konwn one Below, and now, after thirty years, circumstances have contrived to bring them together."

 

Fantasies Domain 1

Scarlet Press UK

September 1990

V/C

Rating: R

Size: A4, 166 p.

Art Information: Cover by Alan Youngman, interior art by Barbara Powell

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: A collection of short stories and poetry by Pegasus, A Leo, Nightowl, Daydreamer, and Unicorn that includes first time stories, SND and a few where Vincent is trying to cope with Catherine's death. Charles Chandler and Elliot Burch are introduced to Vincent and the Tunnel World.

 

Fantasies Domain 2

Scarlet Press UK

June 1991

V/C

Rating: R

Size: A4, 271 p. small print

Art Information: Alan Youngman, Amanda Upson-Palmer, Aragorn, Rosalie Kirby

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Short stories and poetry by Pegasus, Night Owl, Daydreamer, Aragorn and Kasandra. Vincent is injured beyond Father's ability to heal and must be taken above for medical attention. Jamie is a victim of a serial rapist who resembles Vincent. There are a couple of 3S stories where Catherine appears in spirit form during a crisis.

 

Faraway Land

by Sandra Chandler Shelton and Marcus Holt

Date: none available

V/C

Rating: G

Size: 8 1/2 x 7, 14 p, typeset, tape bound.

Art information: Artwork one very other page (facing a poem) by Sandy C. Shelton.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: This is a handcrafted poetry/art zine, with poetry by Marcus Holt.

 

 

Father's Stories

Deborah A. Martin

June 1991

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 144 p, typewritten.

Art information: Almost no art

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This zine follows Father from his days as a young doctor in practice with Peter Alcott, through his marriage to Margaret and blacklisting, and finally to his life in the tunnels. His romance with Grace is featured

 

 

Final Drive: Transmissions in Time and Space

Michele Hawley

March 1991

O

Rating: X

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 136 p, no art.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Also known as "Once Upon a Time in a Galaxy Not Near Here," this is NOT a crossover zine, though space going races are involved. Young woman stranded with enemy/creature-like-Vincent, and a human man, on an otherwise deserted planet. Love blooms. There's some explicit sex, strong language.

 

 

The First Time I Loved Forever

ed. by JoAnn Baca &Cathy Moran

December 2000

V/C

Rating: X

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 248p.

Art information:. Cover by Sandy Shelton, collage by Terrie Milliman, 20 pages of unnumbered interior art by Sandy Tew, Angelique van der Kaat, Kyle Sariff, Lynn Wright.

Ordering information: Out of print

Additional Information: Collection of "first time" Vincent and Catherine encounters; erotic fanfic with no ratings limits imposed on the authors or artists; some art and all stories are very explicit. Stories by Teri, Trisha Kehoe, Pat King, Cathy Moran, Verity Mathews and Jo Fredericks, plus romantic poetry by Janice Keenan and Angelique van der Kaat. All profits from this zine went to the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Alliance.

 

 

Flame and Shadow 1

Gloria Handley

April 1991

V/C,

Rating: strong R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 116 p, small typescript.

Art information: art by Sharon Reynolds

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: A novelette and a short story. The novelette, Flame and Shadow, breaks in two; part is about the return of Molly, who grew up in the tunnels and loved Vincent. The balance of the novelette is a "first time" encounter between Vincent and Catherine. In the set-in-ancient-times short story, "Winter Woman," human people and Warrior-Protectors lived side by side. The story recounts the love between Mavra, a human woman, and Vincent, a Warrior-Protector. In the center of the zine there's a small poetry collection, mostly by recognized poets.

 

 

Flame and Shadow 2

Gloria Handley

October 1991

V/C; V/D

Rating: strong R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 127 p, small typescript.

Art information: art by Sharon Reynolds, Amy Smith

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This volume contains two stories--one is a V/C fantasy; the other involves Vincent and Diana. In "Shadows in the Mirror," Vincent is nearly pulled from his reality by a mysterious Time Weaver attempting to relocate him to a more suitable time and place. The story includes an explicit first time encounter between Vincent and Catherine. In "Shadows of the Heart," set in 4th season, Diana tries to help Vincent recover his memory of what happened in the Trilogy cave and come to terms with Catherine's death. There's a small collection of poetry, some by recognized poets, others by Robert Handley and Phyllis Doe.

 

 

Flame and Shadow 3

Gloria Handley

July 1992

V/C

Rating: strong R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 124+ p,

Art information: Much art by Jacquelyn Kapke

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This third volume contains one long story, "Winds of Time," and two brief ones. In "Winds of Time," spurred by various sightings of a feline-looking woman, Vincent almost pursues her. There are many connections here to the story "Winter Woman" in F&S-1, but this story stands on its own. The story has explicit V/C sex. "A Gentle Rain" has nothing to do with the episode of that title; instead, it's a brief V/C sexual/sensual encounter. The final story, Ice Shadows, concerns Devin's attempt persuade a bitter woman who was once half of a championship quality ice-skating team to don her skates again and return to life. V/C are background presence's. Poem by Jacquelyn Kapke.

 

 

Flame and Shadow 4--Gatherings 1

ed. by Gloria Handley

September 1992

V/C; V/D

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 130+ p,.

Art information: much unnumbered art by Jacquelyn Kapke and Sharon Reynolds

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: With this issue, Flame and Shadow becomes an all-season anthology zine. Spirit Wolf, by Gianina D'Andrea, brings a Native American girl to the tunnels to tell V something about the mysteries of his existence. Jackie Kapke's 4thseason story Not My Only Blessing has D helping V through a time of despair and, with patience and love, they discover a special closeness. Kapke's "Precious Few Moments to Share" offers a sensuous V/C interlude in his chamber during a break in his seemingly endless duties. Also brief are Rhonda Collins' two stories, "Fever Dreams" and "To Be Alone." In the former, sick V is nursed by C; in the latter, lonely 14-year-old V has an adventure. In Cynthia Coe's two connected stories, Elliot hires as security chief St. James put to use in thwarting gunrunners (Dragons). In Coe's "Dragon's Fall," St. James defends Elliot against a new danger.

 

 

Flame and Shadow 5--Gatherings 2

ed. by Gloria Handley

March 1993

V/C V/D

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 119 p

Art information: Much unnumbered art by Jacquelyn Kapke, Sharon Reynolds and Rhonda Collins

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Anthology all season zine. The zine contains six stories and some poems. Rhonda G. Lee offers" One Step at a Time," in which Diana pressures/cajoles Vincent into allowing himself and Jacob the pleasure of a barbecue/picnic--including marshmallow toasting--on D's roof...in daylight. Jacquelyn Kapke's story "A Race Apart" tells of backwoods gal C's encounter with a strange creature. Karen Morgia's "Sorrow's End" is a vignette of a father's thoughts about his motherless child. Jacquelyn Kapke's "One Night in Central Park" presents a sensual--but not explicit--V/C interlude. "Dragon's Heart," by Cynthia Coe, continues the SND adventures of security-lady St. James, in love with Elliot. There's some fairly explicit lovemaking in this story. In this story, married C/V, and their child Chandler, are confidantes of the awkwardly courting pair. Handley's "Dove Lost, Dove Found" is a Classic story of the involvement of orphaned topsider child Dove and Bill Tillie, a drug pusher who dresses as a clown to prey on children and is responsible for the death of Dove's brother. Also poetry by Joyce Murray and Pages from Dove's Notebook.

 

 

Flame and Shadow 6

ed. by Gloria Handley

December 1993

V/C V/D

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 107 p

Art information: Unnumbered art by Jacquelyn Kapke and Sandy Chandler Shelton

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This all-season anthology zine contains a cycle of Katrina Relf's poems, "A Poetic Odyssey," evoking the whole range of the series. Also included are Lena's, Joe's, and Elliot's perspectives; and Father's views are a continuing counterpoint. In the fiction, Handley's "I Love You" is V's meditation on his despair of love and then finding of love. There are two V-in-old-age stories: Jackie Kapke's "The Best is Yet to Be" is Continued Classic--Vincent's reflections on his long, blissful marriage with C; Gloria Jones' "Arms of Morpheus" implicitly compares the importance of spiritual and of physical love, pairing him with D after a similar long and fulfilling marriage. In G. M. Martin's "Treasures," Pascal's" advice emboldens V to embark on a "first time" encounter with C. And Cynthia Coe's newest installment of her St. James/ Elliot saga, "Dragon's Mate," sends the now-married lovers to the Caribbean, threatened by a hurricane, for their honeymoon. Some of the stories stray into R territory.

 

 

Flame and Shadow 7--Shadow Warriors

Gloria Handley

November 1994

V/D

Rating: R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 165 p.

Art information: Art by Rhonda Collins, Jan Durr, Barb Gipson, Rosemarie Hauer, Jackie Kapke, and Sandy C. Shelton.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: In this full-length single story, friends-becoming-lovers Vincent and Diana are threatened by glimpses of another reality, vaguely medieval. In it, their counterparts are warrior Vildar (Vincent) and Ilyanna, clan Champion(Diana), a conscience as well as a defender in arms of her people. That alternate pair are lovers. But they have an enemy who has found a way of manipulating the barriers between worlds. Without warning, Vincent and Diana sometimes find themselves toppling through the breach or counterparts from the other reality intruding into theirs.

 

 

Flame and Shadow 8--Reflections

ed. by Gloria Handley.

November 1994

V/C; V/D

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 155 p.

Art information: Art by Rosemarie Hauer, Jacquelyn Kapke, Sandy C. Shelton; border illustrations for chapter openers by Neil Farris.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: The closest this usually all-season anthology gets to Classic is two poems by Jackie Kapke and "A Winterfest Tale" by Nan Dibble, in which troubled Vincent and repentant Cullen mend their friendship (after "Fever") in a second-season story. The rest of the stories are all Vincent/Diana or pre-Catherine. Avril Bowles' "To Know Him Is to Love Him" is are print of an award-winning 1994 British mini-zine (digest?). In it, offered sanctuary Below by Vincent to avoid arrest for Gabriel's murder, Diana has an increasingly hard time treating him as just a friend.. Lydia Bower's "Darktalk" throws irresistible force(Vincent/the Other's dread of being abandoned) against immovable object (Diana's decision to attend a police seminar at Quantico, Virginia, for several months). Jackie Kapke's "Come to Bed"(alternatively titled "Working Too Hard" and "Come to Bed, Diana")dramatizes Vincent's concern over Diana's workaholism and the toll it takes on her health. Novelette "Lost and Found" by Lisa Hyslop is an imagining of the origins of Mouse. In Gloria Jones' "Revelations," grown Jacob reveals to Father that his beloved, Muriel (Mouse and Jamie's daughter), is unwilling to marry him because of his genetic heritage. Karen Morgia's "Sanctuary Withdrawn" tells of how Mitch Denton (before "Beast Within"), seeking to return Below to hide out from his crimes, was denied sanctuary by Vincent. Rosemarie Hauer contributes her first-ever Vincent/Diana story, "Remember Love." After a long absence, Diana revisits the tunnels...and Vincent, who is finally ready to open his arms. Poetry by Jackie Kapke.

 

Flame and Shadow 9--An Odyssey of Love

ed. by Gloria Handley

October 1995

V/C/D

Rated PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 69 p,

Art information: Art on nearly every page by Renate Haller, Rosemarie Hauer, and Jacquelyn Kapke. Also has many photos captured from the series by Gloria Handley.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This volume of the series presents the free verse of Katarina Relf. Many of the poems are tied to actual episodes, actual words from the series, and present the actions, emotions, and thoughts of principal series characters--mainly Vincent and Catherine, but also Father, Joe, and Elliot--to crucial series events, from the pilot to the end. Two poems are from Diana's viewpoint.

 

Flame and Shadow 10: Ten for the Tenth Hour

ed. by Gloria Handley

April 1996

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 115 p, typeset with smallish type.

Art information: frequent art/graphics by Phyllis Berwick, Sharon Lowy, Jacquelyn Kapke, and Gloria Handley.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: This issue of the usually all-season zine is strictly Classic. It contains ten offerings of fiction and poetry. In "Not Even the Rain" by Sue Haley and Amber James, there is a parallel of the uneasiness of two couples, Laura and Jerry, and Catherine and Vincent, concerning the thought of having a child who might be, in some fashion, handicapped. In Roseann Solnica's "Escape (the pina colada story)," when fan Debra's husband objects to her purchase of a B&B fanzine, she retreats in misery...and finds herself greeted by Vincent and welcomed by the tunnel community, who are all real. Sharon Lowy's "A Mouse That Roared" presents the predicament of Mouse coping with a pregnant raccoon. Jackie Kapke's "The Kindness of Strangers" has Vincent shot by a colleague of Hughes and cared for by the proprietors of a soup kitchen. In Sue Haley's "Eternity in an Hour," Father rereads snippets from his old journals, and in Melissa Prideau's "Kindred," tunnel-raised vet Mattea is dismayed to find a mute female counterpart to Vincent in a circus cage. Poetry includes work by Ben Bock (including his B&B parody of "The Raven," "The Haven"), Katrina Relf, and a cluster of 55-wordstories by Joanne Batruch.

 

 

Flame and Shadow 11:Encounters

ed. by Gloria Handley

December 1996

V/C, V/D

Rating: PG - R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 176 p, typeset with smallish type.

Art information: sparse art by Rita Klemp, and some decorative borders.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: This issue is all-season. Most of it consists of two Classic tales by Amber James. In the first, "Petals of Passion," each section is accompanied by an appropriately floral poem by James, since the story's organization is to link a passionate (and quite explicit encounter between Vincent and Catherine to a flower and a time of day. James' other story, "To Dance to a Different Tune," also has considerable sexual content, counterpointing Vincent's amorous encounters with Catherine with Catherine's investigation of a new waif Vincent has rescued. Handley's story "Encounter" is an overview narrative of Diana's thoughts about and experiences with Vincent from her first involvement in Catherine's murder to Diana and Vincent becoming lovers. Karen Morgia's "Later" is a vignette of Catherine and Vincent having trouble leaving for Winterfest since it's so much more pleasant to be alone together, and there are two linked pieces by Nan Dibble, "One Down" and "One Up," based on the premise that Catherine, returned from Gabriel's captivity, still wants only a platonic relationship with Vincent...and the effect of that on Vincent, and on Diana. There is also poetry by Ina Schaefer, Rita Klemp and James Nelson.

 

 

Follow Your Heart 1

ed. by Marguerite S. Hebert

June 1991

V/C/D (friend)

Rating: G

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 140 p.

Art information: promotional photos from Republic, some seldom seen

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: The orientation of this zine is Classic; though Diana appears, in the novelette, she's not really part of the action. The zine consists of three stories and a novelette. In Martha's "Where is the Hope," Vincent meets acupuncture after the Trilogy; "Gifts of the Gods" by Claudia Mullen presents interlocking profiles of Gabriel, Vincent, and Catherine in a SND scenario (also available as a separate zine); Martha's "When the Bluebird Cries" doesn't involve Kristopher but a serial killer stalking C. The final novelette, "Nothing but Madness" by Hebert and Mullen, is an alternate 3rd season featuring dreams-within-dreams and an interesting explanation of the rings' history and meaning.

 

 

Follow Your Heart 2--Nothing But Madness IIÍ Anarchy is Loosed Upon the World

Claurid Mullen

September 1993 (?)

V/C/(D)

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 268 p., Tiny, dot-matrix print

Art information: There's no art in this zine. Instead, each chapter has a picture either from the series or of the actor involved, presumably captured from the TV and reproduced.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: The story of this novel is alternate 3rd season, continuing the scenario of Mullen's novelette, "Nothing But Madness," in Follow Your Heart 1. Brothers Gabriel and Snow, under the domination of their evil father, Othello Louis Domitian the First, again menace Catherine--Gabriel by being acquitted at his trial, Snow by escaping from Attica prison. Besides Joe Maxwell and Diana Bennett, characters who figure in the action include Devin, Mitch Denton, and Kristopher Gentian.

 

 

For All My Life and Forever

Avril Bowles

August 1992

V/C

Rating: R

Size: A11, 76 p

Art information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Write to Avril Bowles, 20 Bearwood Gardens, Fleet, Hampshire GU51 3QU, England. Additional Information: Vincent and Catherine's deepening desire for each other and the need too consummate their relationship places unbearable stress on Vincent.

 

 

Forever and Always 1

ed. by Ann Graff, Jessie Gurner.

1990

V/C

Rating: R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 170 p, large print, wide borders.

Art information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Contains "The Awakening" by Ann Graff and "New Beginnings," a serial by Jessie Gurner.

 

 

Forever and Always 2

ed. by Ann Graff, Jessie Gurner.

1990?

V/C

Rating: R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 202 p, smallish print, medium borders.

Art information: Sue Krinard

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Basically a series of consummation stories. In an SND, "Death Shall Have No Dominion," by Graff, C awakes from a coma and returns Below. In Graff's "And Baby Makes Three," Jacob complicates V/C's love life. The other stories are Classic. There's also the conclusion of "The Awakening." In "A Weekend with Cupcake" by Gurner, the titular cat, parked with C by Jennie, foils a burglar.

 

 

Forever and Always 3

ed. by Ann Graff, Jessie Gurner

1990?

V/C

Rating: R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, np, large print, wide borders.

Art information: Color cover by Sue Krinard

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: "Here There Be Dragons" by Gurner.

 

 

Forever and Always 4

ed. by Ann Graff, Jessie Gurner

1991

V/C

Rating: R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, no page numbers, large print, wide borders.

Art information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Adult stories. Includes Jessie Gurner's continuing saga of Cupcake the cat.

 

 

The Forever Night

Linda Mooney

March 1991

V/C

Rating: R

Size: digest, 70 p.

Art information: 2 pieces of art.

Ordering Information: http://www.macwombat.com/

 

Additional Information: The whole world Above is depopulated and the tunnel-dwellers try to cope with the aftermath. Mild sex. Sequel to this story is The Dawn Child.

 

For Thy Sweet Love Rememb'red

Heather Peters

November 1992

V/C

Rating: R

Size: 8 ? x 11, 82 p.

Art Information: 17 pieces of unnumbered art

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Catherine is pregnant and has amnesia after being caught in a tunnel collapse.

 

Fortress on a Tranquil Beach

by Peter Formaini

May, 1991

V/C/Devin

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 127 p. Copied on one side of paper only.

Art information: Cover art by Sue Krinard, no interior art

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Devin, terminally ill, goes Below to die. The focus is on Devin and his personal and philosophical differences with Father. First volume of The Catherine Chandler Trilogy (see also Blind Justice and Refuge of the Brave).

 

 

Frak 14--Tomorrow's Children

Janet Ellicott

Date unknown

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 48 p, small but clear typescript.

Art information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Crossover- This zine is based on B&B and a British SF series, "The Tomorrow People," which apparently deals with another secret society, this one of people who have extrasensory powers and who have opened an outpost in the tunnels. A reporter captures both Vincent and one of the Tomorrow People.

 

 

Frak 16--Shadows of the Mind

Janet Ellicott

Date unknown

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 25 p, small but clear typescript.

Art information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Crossover- This issue of the multimedia zine combines B&B with a British series, "Shadowchasers," apparently involving Jonathan Mackenzie and Edgar Benedek (the latter referred to but barely seen), investigators of the paranormal--Jonathan seems a sort of X-Files anthropologist. He's called in by the US military to help them interrogate their captives, a creature and a boy: Vincent and Kipper.

 

 

Frak: The Next Generation 1--In That Enormous Silence

Janet Ellicott

Date unknown

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 39 p, small but clear typescript.

Art information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This issue is all B&B. In it a street person, David, has been apparently driven insane by Paracelsus' drug. Then Paracelsus gives him more of the drug and gains a helper who helps him imprison, first Mouse, then Father, in preparation for capturing Vincent and then wreaking his vengeance on the whole of the tunnel community. The focus is on Father and Mouse.

 

 

Friends and Lovers

Rhonda Collins

May 1995

V

Rating: PG

Size: digest, 64 p, occasional decorative clipart.

Art information: One of the author's portraits of Vincent graces the cover.

Ordering Information: $8 U.S. $9 Can., $11 ELSE Rhonda Collins, 4511 Allegheny, San Antonio, Texas 78229

Additional Information: This zine gathers together four Classic stories either previously printed elsewhere or excerpted from Collins' earlier novels. In "Dreams of Life" (from Collins' Legend of the Soul), teenager Vincent is uneasy at his waking strength, temper...and awareness of girls, mainly Lisa. In "To Be Alone" (from the anthology Flame and Shadow 4), 14-year-oldVincent makes a secret visit to the vast Public Library and finds solace there for his solitude, now that Devin and Lisa are both gone. "Unworthy Knight," from the Great Expectations conzine, recounts Catherine's reactions to Vincent's revelations about Lisa. "Fever Dreams," also from Flame and Shadow 4, tells how first Catherine, then Vincent, come down with a high fever that first puts a damper on, then opens a way to, more uninhibited ardent explorations than they'd ever before allowed themselves.

 

 

Friends in Need

Christine Cunningham

No other information known

 

From the Ashes of Disaster

Sarah Hanrahan

V/O

Rating: adult

Size: 10 pt type, 114 p.

Ordering Information: US $20.00

Additional Information: From the author: "Two and a half years after Catherine Chandler's apparent death adn under disastrous circumstances, Vincent meets a new woman Eleven years later, Catherine returns..."

 

From Shadows Into Light See: Daybreak

 

 

From the Branch to the Earth See: To Dream of Daring

 

 

From the Tunnels1

by Lisa Stubblefield

December 1989

V/C

Rating: PG

size: 8 1/2 x 11, 78p.

Art information: Four pieces of author's art, one drawing from Barb Gipson.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Stories concentrate on Vincent and Catherine's feelings toward one other after their engagement and preparing, Below, for the birth of their child. In "McCavity!," among other things, Joe is introduced to the tunnels and Catherine feeds Vincent spaghetti at a public meal. Features letters from Vincent answering fans' questions.

 

From the Tunnels2

by Lisa Stubblefield

1990?

V/C

Rating: PG

size: 8 1/2 x 11, 77p.

Art information: Author's art.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Zine includes a Valentine's Day story and several more true-to-life letters wherein Vincent answers questions from fans.

 

 

From a Whisper to a Roar

Kim Prosser, Lisa Swope, and anonymous others

May 1995

V/C

Rating: PG-13/mild R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 84 p., small typeset type in columns.

Art information: The cover and few pieces of interior art are by Shirley Hatcher.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: In "Here Kitty, Kitty," the zine's only signed story (by Prosser/Swope), we get Vincent's profound dislike of his periodic full-body haircuts, conducted by Father with the aid of Winslow. Then that's dropped to pursue a "first time" sexual encounter between Vincent and virginal Catherine. "Portrait of Beauty" has Vincent commissioning said portrait (of Catherine) from friend Sam. In "Checkmate," Catherine sensually distracts Vincent to tip the balance in a challenge chess match between besotted hubby (who finds pregnant Catherine rivetingly attractive) and determined Samantha. "It Must Have Been Love" has Devin mediating between frustrated, despairing Catherine and melancholy, conflicted, jealous Vincent by encouraging Vincent to read books on sensual/sexual assertiveness. In the final story, "On Broken Wings of Song," returning late from watching The Phantom of the Opera with Vincent, sleepy Catherine makes an unconsidered, frank reply to Vincent's question about whether, if she were Christine, she would have stayed with the Phantom. Though the zine includes sexual interludes, they're discreetly conducted.

 

 

From Cloudless Climes

Marina Bailey, Sue De Villiers, Gwenda Bosse.

May 1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 13, 59 p,

Art information: some art.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This short zine is by South African fans. There are stories (Vincent gets stuck all day in Catherine's apt.; Vincent mourns Catherine's loss), lists (37 things we'd like to know about Vincent), an account of a trip to a Broadway play starring Ron Perlman, poems, trivia, photos, a recipe.

 

 

From Out of Darkness

J. Michelle Kafafi

December 1990

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, c. 255 p, large double-spaced typing, wide borders.

Art information: cover art only

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Contains violence. Alternate 3rd season zine. C's friends are being raped, tortured, and murdered.

 

 

Full Circle

Chriss Lucas and Margaret Davis

June 1995

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 100 p, typeset, occasional art.

Art information: Cover and interior art by Pam Tuck; graphics by Shirley Leonard.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Catherine learns that anew subway system is planned that's certain to expose and destroy the tunnel system. Evacuation seems the only option. A plan slowly formulates: buying an abandoned town and a large parcel of surrounding land with money bequeathed the community by Margaret, and relocating the community to Silver Town, a mining camp in the Pacific Northwest.

 

 

Furballs

ed. by Kristy Effinger

May 1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 69p.

Art information:[see below]

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: A funny miscellany of puzzles, cryptograms, filk songs, pictograms, cartoons and silly fiction. To give you an example, there are ads for Frederick's of Below and Vincent's Secret.

 

 

A Future Too Late

Michele Hawley

October 1989

V/C

Rating: X

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 334 p,

Art information: no art.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Star-crossed lovers (V/C)in a convoluted plot line that eventually has C raising V's baby by another woman. Lots of explicit sex by all participants.