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Labyrinth Dance

by Ida Vega, ed. by Roxanne Koogler

December 1992

V/C/D

Rating: PG

Size: digest, 62p.

Art information: Much art; several pieces by Pam Tuck.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: This is an SND scenario. A paralyzed, mute Catherine has been installed in a rest home by Joe, who has claimed she's his sister. At the time the story opens, nobody knows how much, if any, of her mental faculties she may have retained or recovered. Joe believes the unknown "Vincent" seduced and then abandoned her when she became pregnant. A relative of Narcissa's plays a part in the story, as do Father and Diana.

 

 

The Lady of Lionmeade

Linda Mooney

July 1995

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: digest, 76 p, typeset small print

Art information: no art, applied color photo of castle on cover.

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

 

Additional Information: Vincent and Catherine are in fancifully rendered medieval times. Mooney has Lady Catherine attacked and raped as she returns alone to the manor after good-deeding among the peasantry. She's taken in by a community of apparent outlaws, including the secretive and shadowed "Adam." Then, abruptly, her father dies, leaving her the ward of King Jacob whose deformed son is the subject of horrified legend, and to whom he arbitrarily betroths the orphaned and unwilling Lady Catherine.

 

 

Land of My Dreams

Janet Kilbourne

1993

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 12, 168 p, clear typescript

Art Information: cover art only (Rosemarie Hauer).

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This Classic story is set following "Nor Iron Bars a Cage" and in the aftermath of "No Way Down." In it, a gangland boss wants to find out who single handedly wiped out the Silks. Through Cal, a terrorist, this gangster starts putting pressure on Lucy (of "No Way Down") to reveal the identity of the man she helped. Meanwhile C gropes toward forming a conscious full commitment to her relationship with V. V is trying to come to terms with his traumatic experiences above in those two named episodes.

 

 

Lay Claim to Love --Boundless Moments

ed. by Susan Abbott

January 1992

V/C

 Rating:PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 68p.

Art information: Sparse art; art by Susan Abbott, Lynette Combs, Dawn Waddall & Teri Milliman.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Classic/Continued Classic zine. In M. Sue Waugh's "Gift of the Heart," Vincent and Catherine enjoy an interlude with mistletoe. In Pat Ryan's "Bubble Luxury," Catherine, moving Below, discovers bubble baths are not out of the question after all. In Judith Nolan's "Beginnings," Vincent is reconciled to not remembering what happened in the Trilogy cave. In "A Preconceived Notion," by Anita M. Hooson, Catherine and Vincent, married, yearn to have a child. In Amanda Clay's "Legend," Vincent and Catherine become lovers after his collapse in her apartment during "The Rest is Silence." In Lynette Comb's "She Who Waits," Vincent takes care of Catherine, overworked into humiliating clumsiness, followed by a sensual interlude. Also, stories by Lorie Freeman, Barbara Hill, Katelyn DuBois, Kellie Todd. Poetry by Phoebe Cary and Sue Abbott.

 

 

Leaving

by Avril Bowles

Date: Unknown

V/C

Rating unknown

Size: A11, no. of pgs. unknown.

Art information: One piece of art by Rosemarie Hauer

Ordering Information: U.K.£ 5; Europe £ 6; USA/Australia U.S. $10 (Cash only) to Avril Bowles, 20 Bearwood Gardens, Fleet, Hampshire GU51 3QU, England or contact her by e-mail at avril.bowles@virgin.net.

Additional Information: Author writes: "Vincent arrives on Catherine's balcony one night, distressed and angry. When he tells her he's left home and forbids her ever to go to the tunnels again, Catherine realizes something very serious has happened Below and resolves to help him in whatever way she can; mentally and physically. A poignant story with everything you want from Vincent and Catherine." NOTE: Zine is also available as an audio tape read by the author - U.K. £. 4;Europe £. 5; USA/Australia U.S. $9 (Cash only); order as above.

 

 

Legacy - see While the Fountains Echo

 

 

The Legacy

Sandy P. Shelton

ed. by Vicki Thomas and Joann Grant

September, 1993.

V/C/D (friend)

Rating: R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 194 p, clear typescript, double spaced between paragraphs, much art.

Art Information: Unknown

Ordering Information:

Additional Information: In this sequel to and continuation of SND Love Has Not Forgotten You, C, living Below, is pregnant with her second child. She finds she needs to go back to Seattle (where she awoke from her coma and slowly began to recover from her amnesia) to settle her affairs there. Meanwhile Justin Cochran, a former associate of Gabriel/Gideon plans to escape the city with money extorted from C in exchange for the videotapes Gabriel took of V. Diana, now developing a rather tentative romance with Joe Maxwell, is C's trusted ally in trying to resolve this situation without Vincent's becoming aware of it. Considerable amount of explicit V/C sex.

 

 

Legacy of Love

Rhonda Collins

October 1992, July 1995

V/D

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 98+ p, small typeset type in columns. Before the zine was formatted in columns and small print, the page count was considerably greater.

Art information: The new edition has a color cover by Kevin Barnes, with additional artwork by Jan Durr, Barnes, and Rosemarie Hauer, as well as artwork by Collins. The color cover is reproduced (also in color) inside: frameable.

Ordering Information: $20 U.S., $21 Can., $25ELSE. Rhonda Collins, 4511 Allegheny, San Antonio, Texas78229

Additional Information:. Edited, revised, and approved by Republic, this was to have been the fourth of "the first four novels" from Cinemaker Press. The novelization weaves in and out of the B&B series' final episodes, "The Reckoning" and "Legacies," with occasional transcripts of dialogue but also new material and interpretations of what those events meant...primarily from Diana's viewpoint. Though Vincent and Diana are close, caring friends here, that's as far as it goes in this story. Many scenes were added, and others extensively revised. Sequels are The Mirror of Our Dreams and Shadow Dancers.

 

 

Legend

Kathy Cox

May, 1991

V/D

Rated PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 120 p

Art Information: Blighton, Nim

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Stories giving psychological background on 3rd season, 4th season events. In the novelette "Navahopi," Diana meets a very attractive and troubled Amerindian trying to cope with his brother's death

 

 

The Legend of the Soul See Beauty and the Beast 4 - The Legend of the Soul

 

 

Life Before - Life Below "Memories"

Wendy De-Veryard

January 1999

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: A11, 51 p.

Art information: Sparse art by Renate Haller.

Ordering Information: For price, shipping and availability, write to Wendy DeVeryard, Bucklegate House, Bucklegate Lane, Kirton Marsh, Boston, Lincolnshire, England PE20 1NB.

Additional Information: From the author: "When her father dies, Catherine has to go through his belongings, and this sparks off many happy and sad memories for Catherine. Then among her father's most treasured possessions ,Catherine makes a startling discovery. Is it possible that she crossed Vincent's path, not just once, but several times in the past? A delightful story to warm your heart."

 

 

Life Songs

Lydia Bower

September 1995

V/D

Rating: PG-1March,/R

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

Art information: Much art by Rosemarie Hauer, Rhonda Collins, Jan Durr, and Marsha Young.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This fourth-season novel is comprised of four connected short stories and novelettes. In "Come and Go," Vincent is bewildering Diana by sending mixed signals--seeking greater closeness and depth to their relationship, then figuratively shoving her away when she responds to these overtures. In "Coming Alive," Vincent and Diana cope with his having slaughtered a punk who raped someone who merely looked like Diana, again arousing Joe's accusing suspicions that Diana knows more than she's admitted about the mysterious Vincent. "In the Shadow of Another," Father has suffered a stroke. As he slowly begins recovering, he insists he wants nothing further to do with the responsibility of running the community. Vincent finds the mountains of detail and duty descending on him eating up his life...with very little left for Diana. "Blue" has Diana realizing she's pregnant and trying to come to terms with all that will involve and deciding how to break the news to Vincent.

 

 

A Life without Limits 1

ed. by Margaret Davis.

July, 1990

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 214 p, large print.

Art Information: Much art by Phyllis Berwick, Dragon, Barb Gipson, Judy Ley, Rita Terrell, many others.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Stories centered on the premise that, after the Trilogy, V/C fall asleep in his chamber and have a series of dreams. Lions figure prominently in two; one is a Regency romance with manor houses; one is Egyptian, with C presented to the new pharaoh, lion-headed V.

 

 

A Life without Limits 2

ed. by Margaret Davis

June, 1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 184 p.

Art Information: Much art. Rita Terrell cover. Interior art by Amy Bechtel, Phyllis Berwick, Cheryl Duval, Barbara Gudlauski, Barbara Gipson, Kathy Jacobson, Jacquelyn Kapke, Shirley Leonard, Judy Ley, Lyndsay, Leanne McClure, Paula Ollie, Holly Reidel, Chris Schachter, Rita Terrell, Karyl Weldon, and Kathy Wooding.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This time, the entertaining ifs of dreams take V/C to Regency England, the Arabian desert, Tolkien's Middle Earth, and a bowling alley Below, among other varied locales. Some stories follow up others in the first volume--notably, a return to Tunnelwood, Hooson's Regency romance, and a sequel to Kay Simon's "Ladyfaire, Heirs to the Keep." Contributors include Phyliss Amason, Eleanor Clark, Laura Davis, Pat Dunn, Lucy Green, Anita Hooson, Kerin Houseburg, Caitlyn Jay, Linda Jordan, Roxanne Koogler, Mari Lynn, Linda Mooney, Katrina Relf, Kay Simon, Diana Smith, Lisa Wildman, and Karen Witkowski

 

 

A Life Without Limits 3

ed. by Margaret Davis

July, 1993

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 149 p typeset

Art Information: Much art (unlisted, so identifications are only tentative) by Chris Schacter, Sandy Tew, Kerin Housebreak, Dragon, Barbara G., S. Leonard, Lindsay, Jackie Kapke, Holly Reidel, Pam Tuck, Phyllis Berwick, Michele Sayles, Star, Rita Terrell, and a few unsigned drawings.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Announced conclusion of this series. Among this issue's offerings: Father and Mary, suffering identical amnesias, become bikers of the Black Dragon motorcycle gang(Roxanne Shearer Koogler's "Born to be Wild"); cowpoke V escorts tourists (including C) on a cattle drive ("Tunnel on the Range" by Margaret Davis and Susan Regan); Gandalf's apprentice V and his betrothed, Lady C, have adventures after leaving the safety of Rivendell, from Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings ("Beyond the Gardens of Rivendell" by Margaret Davis); V/C visit Disneyland ("Fantasyland" by Linda Mooney). An anecdote by Randie Pressman recounts V/C's attendance at a grandchild's Naming Ceremony. "Legacy of the Lion" by Kay Simon is a new installment of the Ladyfaire stories of Norman England. In Lucy Green's "House of Lions," C is a virgin princess of ancient Greece. And in E. Wyllis' "A Walking Shadow," C tries to continue after V dies, troubled by terrible dreams that make her feel he isn't at rest at all. Finally, all the dreams end and V/C look forward to a life together...always, in Margaret Davis' final wrap-up segment by that name. Poetry by Lisa Wildman, Jeanne Peters, and Margaret Davis.

 

 

Light & Cloudshadows 1

Kim Prosser & Lisa Swope

December 1988

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 1st edition 210 pages, 2nd edition 109 pages in reduced print and columns

Art Information: Rose Marie Badgett, Julie Edwards, Lisa Stubbblefield, Stephen King

Ordering Information: $16.95 from Martin Enterprises: HYPERLINK "http://www.tvstuffandmore.com/" http://www.tvstuffandmore.com/

Additional information: Anthology of short stories including a toddler Vincent story, two original characters from the "Doctor Who" universe take young Vincent and Father on an adventure, and Professor Hughes (from Nor Iron Bars a Cage) doesn't die and comes Below to live.

 

Light and Cloudshadows 2

Kim Prosser & Lisa Swope

December 1988

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 1st edition 199 pages, 2nd edition 99 pages in reduced print and columns

Art Information: Lisa Stubbblefield, Rose Marie Badgett

Ordering Information: $16.95 from Martin Enterprises: http://www.tvstuffandmore.com/

Additional information: Anthology of short stories. Stories include: Vincent balances Catherine's checkbook, Vincent appears in the musical Cats, Catherine reads Vincent's journal entries about her.

 

Light & Cloudshadows 3

Kim Prosser & Lisa Swope.

May 1989

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 189 p, much art, small print.

Art Information: by Gipson, Dragon, Vicki Kime-Macky, Rose Marie Badgett.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Prosser's "Dancing on a Grave" recounts V's patient rehabilitation of a Lisa-like danger whore treats to the tunnels in a physical collapse brought on by her father's regimen of domination and drugs. In Prosser/Swope's "Love and Marriage," (a sequel appears in L&C-5), C nearly destroys her relationship with V by trying, at Peter's prompting, to make fewer demands on V's time and energies. Other fiction by Swope, Carolyn Lynn; poetry by Lisa Wildman, Michael Beacom.

 

 

Light & Cloudshadows 4

Kim Prosser & Lisa Swope

September, 1989

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 184 p, much art, small print

Art Information: Dragon, Gipson, Rose Marie Badgett

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Prosser's "Do Not a Prison Make" takes off from the final minutes of "Nor Iron Bars a Cage." Gould, surviving, transports C and caged, chained V to Gould's prospective buyer for the creature, a research facility in Maine. Even after V/C escape, all is not well. Prosser's "Treasures" show V/C agree to create privacy from the continual interruptions from the tunnel community. Swope's "Brothers, Now & Then" is a frame story, the present dealing with an escalating series of practical jokes that get serious, between V and Devin; the past story deals with the aftermath of Devin's disappearance when V was a child. Other fiction by Michael Beacom, Carolyn Lynn; poetry by Barbara Corrigan. Also correspondence between V/C done by Prosser and Ursula Boyle.

 

 

Light & Cloudshadows 5

Kim Prosser & Lisa Swope.

December, 1990

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 124 p, much art, small print.

Art Information: Gipson, Dragon, Judy Ley, and Rose Marie Badgett.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: "The Thorn of the Rose." A novelette taking off from the Trilogy, it describes V's nervous breakdown brought on by the unrelenting demands and expectations of the tunnel community, and C's rescuing him away to the healing solitude of CT. "Child of Light" (Prosser), a sequel to L&C-3's"Love and Marriage," is a Continued Classic account of V/C's reaction to the birth of their son, Nathan. Anita Hooson's "The Final Threshold...and Beyond" is a non-explicit "first time" story. Other fiction by Prosser, Lisa Wildman, and Dianne Smith, Carolyn Lynn, and Barb Gipson. Occasional poetry.

 

 

Light & Cloudshadows 6

Kim Prosser & Lisa Swope.

1992

V/D

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 131 p, much art, small print.

Art Information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: This one is 4th season with some young Vincent material, as well. Homecoming shows the aftermath of V's return to the tunnels with his son, whom he frustratingly can't hold--because his hands were so badly burned, wrenching the door off Gabriel's cage.

 

 

Limelight No. 1

Mary Moulden

October, 1990

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: digest, 100 p, very small type.

Art Information: No art

Ordering Information: U.K. £6.00, Australia $17, overseas U.S. $20 (dollars only, no checks), add $2 per order to cover bank costs and conversion to U.K. Sterling. Send to Gwen Lord, 6 Meadow Lane, Leasingham, Sleaford, Lincs, NG34 8LL, England.

Additional Information: In this Continued Classic novel, a response to a magazine article about people with facial abnormalities leads to Vincent going public, including a magazine article and an appearance on a TV talk show with Catherine.

 

 

Limelight No. 2: Bloodline

Mary Moulden

November 1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: digest, 84 p, small type.

Art Information: No art.

Ordering Information: U.K. £6.00,overseas U.S. $20 (dollars only, no checks), add $2 per order to cover bank costs and conversion to U.K. Sterling. Send to Gwen Lord, 6 Meadow Lane, Leasingham, Sleaford, Lincs, NG34 8LL, England.

Additional Information: In this sequel to the Continued Classic Limelight, V/C, having settled down to a fairly public life Above (Vincent is a writer and TV personality),decide to have a child who won't risk carrying Vincent's genetic inheritance.

 

 

Lionheart

Roxanne Shearer Koogler

1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: digest, 19 p,

Art Information: No art; only computer generated borders, specialized fonts.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Poetry zine

 

 

Love Bade Me Welcome

P. S. Nim

June, 1990

V/C

Rating: X

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 242 p.

Art Information: No interior art. Cover art unattributed

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: The story spins off from "Nor Iron Bars a Cage," continues through a most memorable V/C trip to CT. Includes the character Liz Sprague, a non-nonsense retired zoo vet who befriends Vincent. In this zine, V has some non-human sexual characteristics. Includes non-explicit sex.

 

 

Love Everlasting See: Vincent and Catherine 2

 

 

Love and Light, The Fable

Kathy Cox

May, 1990.

V (sort of)/C

Rating: Strong PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 119 p. small print.

Art Information: Cover by Kriss Farrier, interior art by Beth Blighton, Pam Tuck, Kriss Farrier, Kevin Hopkins, Lyle Tucker, calligraphy by Kristy Effinger.

Additional Information: An alternative, fairy-tale version of how Vincent and Catherine met: under a spell, in an enchanted cavern neither can leave until Captor (Vincent) wins Catherine's love. Note: this is a novelization of a short story by the name in Destiny II.

 

 

Love and Roses1

by the San Diego B&B Society

Date: none available(pre-92)

No other information available.

 

 

Lovelocked

ed. by M. Sue Waugh

1993(?)

V/C

Rating: stories range from G-X.

Size: digest, 81p.

Art information: Some art, none explicit, by Teri Milliman; cover is an applied color photo of a V/C needlepoint done by Milliman on a cross-stitch pattern designed by Susan Abbott.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: A group of stories and anecdotes generally centering around someone putting a small braid (a love lock) into someone else's hair. In Waugh's "...to be stuck....," V rescues C from a tumble off a ladder, only to find his palm immovably Super-Glued to her bare bottom. In Barbara Hill's "Togetherness," the connection is a love lock an adoring child has woven into "both's hair;" V/C then undertake the delicate matter of making love in that position. Lorraine Parrish's "Gold and Brown" is an introductory take on the sentimental proposition of love locks, with Vincent and Catherine, in age, recalling what the tender gesture meant...and still means to them. Also stories by Lynette Combs and Sue Glasgow. In some stories, V/C have been married for some years, living contentedly Below; in others, they are still yearning, unsatisfied lovers. Not all stories have explicit sex - some don't have any sex at all.

   

 

A Love for All Seasons

ed. by Lorraine Cirelli and Roseann Buonadies.

February, 1991

Additional Information: Unknown

 

 

Love Has Not Forgotten You

Sandy Shelton

October, 1992

V/C/D (friend)

Rating: (R)

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 170 p., much art.

Art Information: Sandy Chandler Shelton

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: A SND whose premise is that Diana has concealed from V her knowledge that C survived in a coma from which no one could guarantee she'd recover. Four years after the events of 3rd season, amnesiac Karen/Catherine returns to New York to recover her memory and is reunited with V. Danger threatens, however, in the person of Gabriel's brother Gideon. Possible romance for Diana and Joe as well as much explicit V/C sex. Followed by The Legacy.

 

 

Lovequest 1

Shenandoah West

April, 1990

V/C/D (friend)

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 109 p.

Art Information: Cover art only.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: SND 4th season novel in which Vincent, terminally ill tunnel dweller Madelain, and Mouse go, through Narcissa's help, into the limbo where souls unaware of their deaths reside. They meet, among others, Lincoln, Winslow, Ellie, Paracelsus. The final third of the novel recounts Catherine's coming to uneasy terms with Diana, meeting Joe, and making a decision whether or not to move permanently Below.

 

 

Lovers Leap See: Quantum Beast 3

 

 

Love Shall Find a Way See: Intertwined 3

 

Love Shall Not

by Nancy Lynn Knauff

June 2002

V/C

Rated: PG for some mild violence

Size: 71 pgs.

Art Information: Cover art by Sonia MaCorral

Ordering Information: USA orders: send $16.00 (that's $12.00 per zine, $4.00 S & H) to Nancy Lynn Knauff, 48 Willard Road, Manchester CT 06040. Overseas orders: Write to author at above address or by email to nldaae@yahoo.com for more information. All orders will be sent USPS book rate. First class upon request.

Additional Information: A SND zine that is the retelling of the episode "Though Lovers Be Lost". Catherine must find a way to help Vincent heal from his illness before being caught up in a mysterious case Above. But this time, their Bond is intact. Is Vincent strong enough to save her? This time, anything is possible!

 

Lovesight

by M. Sue Waugh

July 1990

V/C

No rating available.

Size: digest, 62p.

Art information: Color photo cover.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Story wherein Vincent and Catherine resolve their problems and prepare to consummate their relationship.

 

 

Love Songs

Adele Turner

July 1995

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 188 p, typeset, some art.

Art information: Artwork by Mickey Sayles.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: In a group of seven loosely connected Continued Classic stories, Turner chronicles the Happy Life Below in the tunnels. "The Guardian" provides a portrait of sorceress Morgan, guardian of two children, David and Jeanette, who flee to the tunnels from an abusive boarding school. In "Casablanca Revisited," Devin returns to the tunnels with fiancee Jenny. In "I Swear," Vincent and Catherine are wed, then reflect on what led them to make this ultimate commitment in several extended flashbacks. In "Happily Ever After," Father's irritable mistrust of Catherine puts a considerable strain on their relationship until Vincent puts his foot down (this story, in a slightly different form, was published in Within the Crystal Rose II). In "All the News That's Fit to Print," tunnel children under Catherine's tutelage begin a tunnel journal with spectacular headlines that cause a small uproar among the community. In "Once Upon a Time," tunnel women pronounce harshly on the denseness and chauvinism of men. In "Into the Future," feeding their son, Vincent remembers how Catherine delivered their firstborn.

 

 

Love's Story 1--The Party

Donna Vazquez.

May, 1991

V/C

Rating: R

Size: digest, 95 p.

Art Information: Much art by Kriss Farver

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Continued Classic. The love affair of Vincent and Catherine, told via flashbacks by various characters, on the occasion of Vincent's 45th birthday celebration. Vincent and Catherine are married, but he and his lookalike son Jay Jay live Below while Catherine continues her career Above. Their first child, Crystal, resembles her mother. Edie baby-sits.

 

 

A Love Story See: Vincent and Catherine: A Love Story