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Kaleidoscope 1

Cynthia Hatch

January, 1989

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 202 p, some art.

Art Information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Classic stories, including "The Bridge" which has itself become a classic.

 

 

Kaleidoscope 2

Cynthia Hatch.

July, 1990

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 256 p, large print.

Art Information: Sue Krinard

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This novel continues the story of Vincent & Catherine failing to get together. A subplot deals with an art theft that turns into a hostage situation.

 

 

Kaleidoscope 3

Cynthia Hatch

1991

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 294 p, some art, large print.

Art Information: Sue Krinard

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Hatch premises this novel on the assumption that K-2 was all a dream. Deals with Vincent's Dark Side and Catherine's complicity in evoking it by her dangerous lifestyle.

 

Kindred Hearts

ed. by Sandy P. Shelton

1998

V/C

Rating: R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 137 p.

Art Information: Sandy C. Shelton, Rosemarie Hauer

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Short stories by Adele Turner and Mickey Sayles but the rest of the zine is an X-Files/BATB novel by Sandy P. Shelton. Seven years after Catherine's apparent death, Mulder and Scully investigate the deaths of three men who were ripped to shreds in Central Park. This leads them to reopen the Chandler murder case and the discovery that Catherine is alive.

 

A Kingdom by the Sea Revistied 

ed. by Trisha Kehoe and Joanne Ratcliffe

1999

V/C

Rating: G-adult

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 198 p. Much art.

Art information: Art by Lynn Wright, Claryce Gaston, Inez Brown, Sandy Tew, S.C. Shelton, Shirley Leonard, Pam Tuck, Neal Farris, Peggy Wells.

Ordering Information: Out of Print

Additional Information: 1999 Conzine. Contributing authors: Sylvie Beatrice, Betty Reardon, Heidelore T. Davidson, Kathy Battershell, J. A. Cliffe, Angelique von het Kaar, Jacalyn Newman, Clairyce Gaston, Marcus Holt, S. C. Shelton, Oz Fontecchio, Judy Loyd, Pat Wittenbrink, Martha Carothers, Ann R. Brown, Melissa Bartell, Lloyd Frankenberg, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Pat King, Jacqueline Skalski, Trisha Kehoe, William Shakespeare (sonnet 63),JoAnn Baca, Elizabeth Fitzgerald and p.a.k.

 

 

Know Not the Heart

ed. by Linda Mooney and Lucy Green

V/D

Rating: PG

Size: digest, 74 p, occasional art, applied color photo on cover.

Art Information: Barbara Gipson, Phyllis Berwick, Sandy Chandler Shelton and Pam Tuck.

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

 

Additional Information: A sequel to Circle of Light, this zine is set in fourth season. Most of the fiction is by Lucy Green; two stories are by Linda Mooney. Roxanne Shearer Koogler's "Vows and Promises" recounts Joe's determination to find out what happened to C's child, despite obstructions by Diana. Mooney's "Uh-Oh" is a two-part vignette about the troubles set off by Jacob's teething. Green's brief "Ring in the New" tells of lovers V/D's and D's reflections on her first New Year Below. Mooney's "Petals" shows that colors have a special meaning to Jacob...and to D/V. Green's "Compromising Positions" reintroduces tunnel librarian Lizzie Borden, the custodian of (among other things) books on erotica--specifically, the graphically illustrated Kama Sutra, which D/V find fascinating. Lizzie is also instrumental, in Green's "Certainty Enough," as empath/telepath D deals with the mixed emotions with which some other tunnel residents regard her. Green's "All Hallow's Eve" recounts that holiday as celebrated Below. Green's "Blessed Among Women" concludes the zine with D/V becoming parents.