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Magic

Rosemarie Hauer

May, 1997

V/C

Rating: Unknown

Size: A11, 94 p.

Art Information: 10 pieces of original art by author

Ordering Information: Rosemarie Hauer, Griesfeldstr. 28, A-2560 Berndorf, AUSTRIA/ Europe. In Europe:£10.00 or $17.00 or DM 25.00 or ATS 170.00.USA, Canada, and Australia: Send $20.00 US, airmail. Please send cash, or add $5 per check for bank fees.

Additional Information: This anthology contains eleven romantic stories about Vincent and Catherine

 

The Man Who Never Was

May, 1993

Rating: Unknown

Size: Unknown

Art Information: Unknown

Ordering Information: U.K. £2, overseas U.S. $7(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: Unknown.

 

Magic Windows

ed. by Roxanne Shearer Koogler

Date: none available(pre-92)

V/C

Rating: PG-13

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

Art information: Art by many artists, including Beth Blighton.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Mainly V/C with some Classic 4th season V/C. Wide variety of stories, including Lisa Wildman's "Missives of Montclair," "Jungle Encounter" by Pam Smith, and "ReQ' D" by Sandra Saidak.

 

Margaret's Clock

Beth Druhan

June, 1991

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: digest, 64 p.

Art Information: No interior art. Cover art from scanned image.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: The story lets you choose between forks in the narrative at several points, picking how the story will go, and centering around a proposed gift for Father: a clock Margaret once owned which has been sold at an auction.

 

Mark of the Lion

Gerda Eeckelaert

February, 1992

V/C

Rating: G

Size: 182 oversize pages. If printed on standard sized paper, it would probably be about 225 pages.

Art Information: Much author's art (including color cover).

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Vincent finds his mother story, wherein C learns a secret about a friend, Elizabeth Winters who, in 1956, became pregnant as a result of the genetic engineering experiment of an obsessed doctor. Told mainly in flashback. In the present, Elizabeth's daughter, now grown, thinks her mother's tales of having a baby lion for a son are a sign of insanity. Only C, hearing the tale, wonders if the son could have been V. 

 

Mask: Tales from the Underground 1- 8 Mask is a fanzine exploring the worlds of "Beauty and the Beast" and "Phantom of the Opera." Issues alternate between each universe. The "Beauty and the Beast" issues focus on the wonder and magic of Catherine and Vincent's love against the backdrops of the worlds Above and Below. The "Phantom of the Opera" feature ravishingly beautiful stories of the love between Erik and Christine. Ordering info for the Non-B&B Tales from the Underground volumes can be obtained through the editor, Kathleen Resch.

Mask: Tales from the Underground 1

Kathleen Resch

January, 1989

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 155 p, large print, wide margins, perfect bound (like a paperback),.

Art Information: Janet Meehan. Color cover

Ordering Information: $17.00 US Media Mail; $21.00 US 1st Class; $23 Canada; $28.00 Europe; $29.00 Pacific; Add $1.00 per every 1 to 2 zines ordered for padded envelope. * A NOTE ON ORDERS FROM OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA: All prices marked above are for Global Priority Mail Variable Rate. If you wish to use Global Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelopes, please add $8.00 to the US 4th class rate. Please note that the Flat Rate envelopes are not large enough for me to add any protective materials, so the zines may arrive bent or otherwise damaged. I recommend Global Priority Mail Variable Rate, which allows me to include protective materials in with the zine. If you are ordering multiple zines from anywhere but North America and you want variable rate global priority mail e-mail me and I'll check the exact postage for that class of mail. It will probably save you postage money, depending on the weight of the particular zines.All zines may be purchased via credit card at: http://www.knightwriter.org Send checks/money orders to: Kathleen Resch, PO Box 1766, Temple City, CA, 91780. SASE/e-mail for further information to Kathleener@aol.com

Additional Information: NON-crossover B&B/Phantom zine. B&B half is mainly short stories, poetry. Two childhood stories, including "Heavenly Voices," in which we watch a young Catherine play Joan of Arc. Other vignettes are written in the voices of Vincent and Catherine.

From the editor: "Mask: Tales From The Underground I (Our only Combined Universe Issue) - 2/3 Classic B&TB, 1/3 "Phantom". Catherine, exhausted from her caseload, waits for Vincent in his chamber - when he finds her, their lives change forever... A young Vincent explores Central Park with Devin - and speaks to a young Catherine, playing Joan of Arc in a school play... Catherine, at Radcliffe, tries to reconcile the cold logic of pre-law with her yearning for magic... A young Erik, the "Phantom", encounters a blind man... Meg Giry meets the Opera Ghost long after his supposed death... Authors include Joan Enright, Susan Garrett & Rose."

 

Mask: Tales from the Underground 2

ed. by Kathleen Resch.

Additional Information: All Phantom of the Opera; No B&B

 

Mask: Tales from the Underground 3

ed. by Kathleen Resch

June, 1991

V/C/Diana (friend)

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 130 p, perfect bound (like a paperback)

Art Information: color cover, much art

Ordering Information: $17.00 US Media Mail; $20.00 US 1st Class; $22.00 Canada; $28.00 Europe; $29.00 Pacific. Add $1.00 per every 1 to 2 zines ordered for padded envelope. * A NOTE ON ORDERS FROM OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA: All prices marked above are for Global Priority Mail Variable Rate. If you wish to use Global Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelopes, please add $8.00 to the US 4th class rate. Please note that the Flat Rate envelopes are not large enough for me to add any protective materials, so the zines may arrive bent or otherwise damaged. I recommend Global Priority Mail Variable Rate, which allows me to include protective materials in with the zine. If you are ordering multiple zines from anywhere but North America and you want variable rate global priority mail e-mail me and I'll check the exact postage for that class of mail. It will probably save you postage money, depending on the weight of the particular zines.All zines may be purchased via credit card at: http://www.knightwriter.org Send checks/money orders to: Kathleen Resch, PO Box 1766, Temple City, CA, 91780. SASE/e-mail for further information to Kathleener@aol.com

Additional Information: Another in a series of B&B/Phantom NON-crossover zines. A Classic Christmas tale and a story about life in the tunnels, post-SND, are like bookends to the stories in the zine's middle, which include a Catherine-as-a-ghost tale, "And Death Shall Have No Dominion" by Marie Bidlack. "The Wayfarers" is a pre-incarnation fantasy. Much art and poetry is devoted to the sadder elements of 3rd season.

From the editor: "Mask: Tales From The Underground III: Narcissa grants Vincent and Catherine a vision of a life they shared in Elizabethan England... Catherine, depressed with memories of her parents during the holiday season, decides she needs solitude, not company... Catherine, now living in the world Below with Vincent and baby Jacob, plans a special treat for Father... A 3rd Season story in which a visit from an angel grants Vincent a view of Jacob's future... Authors include Marie Bidlack, Joan Enright, Teri Janka, Carol Kyne, Kathie Ono. Poetry by Cat, Kathleen Hall, Jeffrey Koehn, and Teri Sarick. "All Season" issue."

Mask: Tales from the Underground 4

ed. by Kathleen Resch.

June 1992

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 162 p, much art, large print, perfect bound, color cover.

Art Information: Janet Meehan, Pam Tuck

Ordering Information: $21.00 US Media Mail; $24.00 US 1st Class; $26.00 Canada; $32.00 Europe; $33.00 Pacific. Add $1.00 per every 1 to 2 zines ordered for padded envelope.

* A NOTE ON ORDERS FROM OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA: All prices marked above are for Global Priority Mail Variable Rate. If you wish to use Global Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelopes, please add $8.00 to the US 4th class rate. Please note that the Flat Rate envelopes are not large enough for me to add any protective materials, so the zines may arrive bent or otherwise damaged. I recommend Global Priority Mail Variable Rate, which allows me to include protective materials in with the zine. If you are ordering multiple zines from anywhere but North America and you want variable rate global priority mail e-mail me and I'll check the exact postage for that class of mail. It will probably save you postage money, depending on the weight of the particular zines.All zines may be purchased via credit card at: http://www.knightwriter.org Send checks/money orders to: Kathleen Resch, PO Box 1766, Temple City, CA, 91780. SASE/e-mail for further information to Kathleener@aol.com

Additional Information: Classic and Continued Classic crossover stories, involving B&B with Batman, Quantum Leap, and Simon & Simon. "The Cradle of the Night" by Toni Lichtenstein Bogolub is a Batman/Nightwing/B&B crossover including new characters. Dick Grayson, a.k.a. Gray (Robin), is rescued by a tunnel girl named Honey. They fall in love and Gray decides to remain Below, but evil intrudes. "In Song of Comfort" by Betty Mills, Father loves Mary. Dr. Hitchman, by J. Paul Burroughs, is a B&B/Quantum Leap crossover.

From the editor: "Mask: Tales From The Underground IV: An opera singer leaves Vincent and Catherine an unusual legacy... Catherine, suffering from amnesia, wakes up to find herself in an isolated farmhouse, living a life not her own - while Below, Vincent mourns his lost love... Mouse, chased by a gang, takes refuge inside a truck - and wakes up on his way to Indiana... A "Quantum Leap" crossover, with Sam leaping in to the body of the doctor destined to murder Catherine... Much more! Authors include Joan Enright, Claudia Bertrand, Toni Lichtenstein Bogolub, Betty Mills, Teri Sarick and Sue Ann Sarick. Art by Pam Tuck. All "Classic"!"

Mask: Tales from the Underground 5

ed. by Kathleen Resch.

Additional Information: All Phantom of the Opera; No B&B

 

Mask: Tales from the Underground 6

ed. by Kathleen Resch.

July, 1993

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 135 p, much art, typeset in columns,.

Art Information: color covers (front and back); Janet Meehan and Pam Tuck

Ordering Information: $18.00 US Media Mail; $21.00 US 1st Class; $23.00 Canada; $29.00 Europe; $30.00 Pacific. Add $1.00 per every 1 to 2 zines ordered for padded envelope. * A NOTE ON ORDERS FROM OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA: All prices marked above are for Global Priority Mail Variable Rate. If you wish to use Global Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelopes, please add $8.00 to the US 4th class rate. Please note that the Flat Rate envelopes are not large enough for me to add any protective materials, so the zines may arrive bent or otherwise damaged. I recommend Global Priority Mail Variable Rate, which allows me to include protective materials in with the zine. If you are ordering multiple zines from anywhere but North America and you want variable rate global priority mail e-mail me and I'll check the exact postage for that class of mail. It will probably save you postage money, depending on the weight of the particular zines. All zines may be purchased via credit card at: http://www.knightwriter.org Send checks/money orders to: Kathleen Resch, PO Box 1766, Temple City, CA, 91780. SASE/e-mail for further information to Kathleener@aol.com

Additional Information: Classic and Continued Classic stories, all B&B in this issue with no crossovers. Most of the fiction here is by J. Paul Burroughs (5 stories). In "Hidden Faces," Burroughs has V/C again visit Brigit O'Donnell with the hopes that Brigit's resiliency will help new widow Lorna come to terms with her grief. In "L is for Lisa," Mouse is reunited with sweetheart Lisa in a sequel to Mouse's Great Adventure from M-4. "Stubb's Law" reunites C with Isaac Stubbs. "In Spectre in Oils," Burroughs revisits Kristopher Gentian, who's trying unsuccessfully to warn his friend, a medium, that she's in mortal danger. In "The Renewal," despairing teacher Michael (of "A Fair and Perfect Knight") finds help from Brooke and others. In Guinn Berger's "Fortunes," college student C has her fortune told. In Stephanie Davis' "The Foundling," V, longing for fatherhood, finds an abandoned baby in the park. Jeffrey Koehn's "Thy Sweet Love Remembered" adds a romantic coda to "A Happy Life." Poetry by Kathleen Resch, Teri Sarick, and Melissa Mastoris.

From the editor: "Includes: THE FOUNDLING by Stephanie Davis. (Vincent finds an abandoned baby, and is filled with reflections on the joys and pain of fatherhood.); FORTUNES by Guinn Berger - (One night at college, Jenny Aronson read the tea leaves for Catherine, predicting Catherine would meet a very special man... one who would love her more than life itself. When she meets Stephen Bass, she feels the dream is coming true...). PLUS - enter J.P. Burrough's universe, where Catherine and Vincent live their happy life Below, with their beloved son Jacob. They encounter old friends and make new ones in the following stories: In SPECTRE IN OILS Kristopher Gentian leaves them a mysterious painting foretelling an impending murder... In HIDDEN FACES Bridget O'Donnell returns, and Joe Maxwell finds romance with a tunnel-dweller... In L IS FOR LISA (a sequel to "Mouse's Great Adventure" from Mask IV) Mouse's girlfriend comes to New York for important surgery, but a drug deal gone bad threatens the doctor who can perform the operation... In STUBB'S LAW Isaac Stubbs returns, and only Catherine and Vincent can save his daughter's life... And in THE RENEWAL, a sequel to "A Fair and Perfect Knight", Catherine encounters Michael Richmond, now a teacher facing a crisis of belief in the value of helping others. Art by Pam Tuck. All stories are Classic or "SND""

 

Mask: Tales from the Underground 7

ed. by Kathleen Resch

1994

Additional information: All Phantom of the Opera; No B&B

 

Mask: Tales from the Underground 8

ed. by Kathleen Resch

July 1995

V/C/D (friend)

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 192 p, much art, front and back color covers.

Art information: Art by Janet Meehan, Pam Tuck

Ordering Information: $21.00 US Media Mail; $24.00 US 1st Class; $26.00 Canada; $32.00 Europe; $33.00 Pacific. Add $1.00 per every 1 to 2 zines ordered for padded envelope. * A NOTE ON ORDERS FROM OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA: All prices marked above are for Global Priority Mail Variable Rate. If you wish to use Global Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelopes, please add $8.00 to the US 4th class rate. Please note that the Flat Rate envelopes are not large enough for me to add any protective materials, so the zines may arrive bent or otherwise damaged. I recommend Global Priority Mail Variable Rate, which allows me to include protective materials in with the zine. If you are ordering multiple zines from anywhere but North America and you want variable rate global priority mail e-mail me and I'll check the exact postage for that class of mail. It will probably save you postage money, depending on the weight of the particular zines. All zines may be purchased via credit card at: http://www.knightwriter.org Send checks/money orders to: Kathleen Resch, PO Box 1766, Temple City, CA, 91780. SASE/e-mail for further information to Kathleener@aol.com

Additional Information: Most of this zine is a novella, "A Truth Beyond Knowledge" by Sandra H. Necchi. It's a revised retelling of Third Season, in which Catherine is injected, not with morphine, but with a coma-inducing drug by Gabriel's doctor. Meanwhile the investigation of her disappearance, and of the "black book," proceeds, involving Joe, Elliot, and Diana, though the story's events past the point of Catherine's revival only rarely echo those of the actual Third Season. Most of the rest of the fiction is by another writer, J. Paul Burroughs. "The Forgotten Hero," tells how a former screen hero, now an aging, homeless alcoholic, has one last act of heroism left in him after the tunnel community takes him in. "Blindspot" is a continuation of previous stories in which Mouse/Mickey, in love with topside girl Lisa, is blinded in an explosion. In "Vendetta," Father's former friend from medical school who later became an enemy when Jacob Wells revealed a crime he'd committed, attempts to get revenge. In "Victim by Proxy," the daughter of Marty Belmont (from the pilot) attempts to take revenge on Vincent. In Stephanie Davis' "Forever," Vincent is bespelled by gypsy Katarina, who believes him to be her destined mate. Also poems by Melissa Mastoris and Teri Sarick.

From the editor :"Features: A TRUTH BEYOND KNOWLEDGE - a novel by Sandra Necchi. This intense, edge-of-the-seat novel explains all the many mysteries left dangling by 3rd Season. Vincent and Catherine mount the rescue for their son, and find healing and fulfillment in their love. Joe Maxwell, Elliot Burch, and Diana Bennett play major roles in the investigation and rescue. Involves all the familiar Tunnel characters - Father, Mouse, Jamie, Mary, plus Peter Alcott. PLUS - enter J.P. Burrough's universe, where Catherine and Vincent live their happy life Below, with their beloved son Jacob. Far from being cut off from the affairs of the world Above, Catherine and Vincent find many opportunities, through their love, idealism and courage, to continue their work of helping others. They encounter old friends and make new ones in the following stories: BLINDSPOT - a sequel to the popular "Mouse's Great Adventure" from MASK IV. Mouse and Lisa continue their romantic adventures.... THE FORGOTTEN HERO - Father has a chance to rescue a childhood hero - a swashbuckling silent movie star who has fallen on hard times... VENDETTA - An enemy of Father's from the McCarthy era returns for revenge... VICTIM BY PROXY - Catherine and Vincent are in danger from the daughter of a man Catherine brought to justice. All stories are Classic or "SND""

 

Masquerades '91

Edited by ?

September 1992

V/C?

Rating: G/PG?

Size: A4, approx. 12 p

Art Information: Cover by Gerda Eecklaert, interior art by Lynn Simpson

Ordering Information: U.K.£7.50, 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, NG 34, 8LL England.

Additional Information: Contributions by Janet Kelbourne, Karen T. Bird, Janet Aspenall, Kassandra, S.M. Evans, Joyce Clarke, Joy Faulkner, Sandra Orr, Edna Wilson, Mary Moulden, Sue Evans, Stephanie Bruford, Louise Hyde.

 

Masquerades '93

edited by ?

February 1994

V/C?

Rating: G/PG?

Size: A4, approx. 115 p.

Art Information: Cover by Jacqui and Gwen, Art by Helen Maiden and R. McLauren

Ordering Information: U.K.£7.50, 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 NG24 8LL, England.

Additional Information: Contributions by Sue Haley, Amber James, Annie Medlock, Pauline Marhsall, Gwen Lord, Bales Horne, Christine Cunningham, Nancy Tummon, Stephanie Bruford, Avril Bowles.

 

Masquerades '94

edited by ?

August 1994

V/C?

Rating: G/PG?

Size: A4, approx. 41 p.

Ordering Information: U.K.£3, overseas U.S. $10 (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; Contributions by Amber James, Sue Haley, Sandra Deville, Christine Cunningham, Tracey Wootten.

 

Maxwell's House

ed. by Roxanne Shearer Koogler

June 1991

O (Joe)

Rating: PG

Size: digest, 98p.

Art information: Some art.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Stories and vignettes about Joe, ranging from his first hearing about his father's death through his blaming himself for Catherine's death. Catherine makes frequent appearances, including in one SND, "From Different Worlds" by Koogler. Includes "The Marker" by Beth Druhan, in which Joe, as an adult, confronts one of the teens who killed his father.  

 

Media Rare

ed. by Phyliss Ayesse, Pat Reed, Lynne Wexler.

April, 1993

V/C/O

Rating: PG-13-R (in places)

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 178 p, much art.

Art Information: Jim Wappel, Henry Parrilli, Mary Prince.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: A multimedia zine including, besides B&B, Quantum Leap, Alien Nation, STNG, Blake's7, Highlander, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (a crossover with B&B). Of the B&B portions, Toni Lichtenstein Bogolub's "A Spirit too Delicate" is a sequel to her "A Cry of Players," published in The Chronicler's Tale; in this story, gifted young actress Madame Sarah is leading Mouse into dire risks, Above. V/C are strong background presence's in this story. In Cicatrice du Veritas' "Kitty's Tale," young Devin and younger V intervene when Kitty (Catherine) Genovese is attacked in full view of her indifferent neighbors. There's a Lynn Wexler poem, "Together," and an anecdote of C dreaming herself into Alice in Wonderland, more or less. V, reacting to C's fear, goes racing through the tunnels...and finds himself the guest of Splinter and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in Mary Benninghoff's "Beneath the Surface." Barbara Klapperich's "Timeless" briefly recounts the effect of Kristopher Gentian's V/C portrait, now hanging in the Great Hall, down through future time. Other authors include Debbie Ristick and Jackie Paciello.

 

Media Well Done

ed. by Jackie Paciello & James Wappel

May 1995

V/C, V/O (3S)

Rating: R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11; 199p.

Art information: Cover includes picture of Vincent playing volleyball; interior B&B art by C.H. Barnett, James Wappel.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Multi-media anthology zine with two B&B stories (by Toni Lichenstein Bogolub and T. M. Cason) and a poem by Cicatrice du Veritas.

 

Memories Borne of the White Rose

by Kay Simon

1988?

V/C

Rating: G

Size: digest, 16 p, small print.

Art information: Unknown.

Ordering Information: Out of print.

Additional Information: This poetry zine has more than one poem per page.

 

The Memory Flame 1

ed. by Margaret Davis.

December, 1990

V/C/D (friend)

Rating: G

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 172 p, medium margins, much art.

Art Information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Some SND, some Catherine as a ghost, some alternate reality. Linda Mooney's SND Call to Me has a unique approach. Amy Bechtel's "Surprised by Joy" shows Diana becoming slowly obsessed with Vincent's tragedy...and offers her a chance to redeem it. (Be warned: this story continues in TMF-2).Diana is in some stories, and there is also a Brigit O'Donnell story. Also some poetry.

 

The Memory Flame 2

ed. by Margaret Davis

December, 1990

V/C/D (friend)

Rating: G

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 192 p, large print, spacing, and margins, much art.

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

Ordering information: Unknown

Additional Information: More variations on the aftermath of Catherine's death on fandom--and on Vincent. In several stories, people including Father, a former teacher, and Catherine herself attempt to talk Vincent out of survivor's guilt. Vincent does not move on beyond his grief for Catherine in this zine. In SND variations, Catherine appears as a ghost, a starved escapee from the witness protection program, and an amnesiac. Besides Amy Bectel's "Forever Yours, Catherine," that continues the story of "Surprised by Joy," in MF-1, another installment of Pat Dunn and Diana Smith's vampires Below saga of Nicholas and Varina, "The Fellowship," discloses that Gabriel was a vampire, too.

 

The Midnight Collection

ed. by Helen Commodore

July 1993

V/C

Rating: X

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 84 p.

Art Information: Sparse art by Malefonte, Jane Freeman, Inez Brown, others (unattributed)

Ordering Information: Helen Commodore, 2930 W 5thSt, 19R, Brooklyn, NY 11224-4826. $22 USA, $32 foreign.

Additional Information: Classic adult anthology zine. Poems by Commodore, Randie Pressman. Stories by Commodore, Heather Peters, Randie Pressman.

 

The Midnight Collection 2--Odyssey

Helen Commodore

July, 1993

V/C

Rating: R/X

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 142 p, some art, elite typescript with double-spaced paragraphs.

Art Information: Occasional non-explicit art by Inez Brown; a sketch by Jane Freeman. Also occasional photos of NY landmarks.

Ordering Information: Send SASE for information to Helen Commodore, 2930 W 5th St, 19R, Brooklyn, NY11224-4826.

Additional Information: In this adult continued Classic story, V/C leave young son Charles at home to celebrate V's birthday by having a weekend on the town, V disguised by a ski mask. Much V/C sex both in present time and flashback. Some poems by the author.

 

The Midnight Collection 3--Soft and Smooth

Helen Commodore

June, 2001

V/C

Rating: R/X

Size: Unknown.

Art Information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Helen Commodore, 2930 W 5thSt, 19R, Brooklyn, NY 11224-4826. $20 USA, $26 foreign.

Additional Information: From the flier: "Love in all its luscious shades. Enduring: Vincent reminisces on the joy of loving Catherine. Erotic: A first time experience that plunges to the heart and soul of passion. Eternal: Exploring their marriage, V&C discover their love has only strengthened with the passing years." Age statement required.

 

Miracle of Love

Marlene Irezise

No other information known

 

Mirror Image See: Tunnel Visions 2

 

The Mirror of Our Dreams

Rhonda Collins

V/D

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 161 pages, much art.

Art Information: Rosemarie Hauer (including cover), the author, and Jan Durr

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

Additional Information: In this sequel to Legacy of Love (which see), Diana and Vincent have begun dreaming each other's dreams. Empath D has an open, one-way channel to V's emotions but has been blocking her own, a fact V gradually realizes. And he also realizes that she's become necessary for his happiness. But each is afraid to open up, emotionally, to the other. The timely intervention of Devin provides D & V the impetus to move beyond this impasse. Some dreams become quite erotically intense. Poems by Katrina Relf and the author, the many quotes from poetry and literature are identified by a list of references.

 

Mirrors 1

Karen A. Bates

July 1988

V/C

Rating: PG

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

Art Information: (missing on many copies) "Never to Part" by B. Fister- Liltz. No interior art.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Only some copies had color covers; the remainder have blank covers. Paracelsus is after Vincent; the present-day story is inter cut with a plot line involving the earliest days of the Tunnel world and Vincent's origins.

 

Mirrors 2

ed. by Karen Bates-Crouch

September 1988

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 115 p.

Art Information:(missing on many copies) "Beauty and the Beast" by B. Fister- Liltz. Sparse interior art by M. K. Burns

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Only some copies had color covers; the remainder have blank covers. Wide variety of short stories including "Kingdom of the Night" by Jane Lamb, "According to the Baker's Manual" by Sara Boots, "Look Forward to Yesterday" by D. D. Cooper, "Queen For a Night" by Layne Devaney, "Such Stuff as Dreams are Made On" by Karen Dorrell, and "Mirrors, Part II" by Karen Bates. Following the story begun in Mirrors, this story ends at "To be continued."

 

Mirrors 3

ed. by Karen Bates-Crouch

April 1989

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 110 p.

 

Art Information: Cover (missing on many copies) is "By Any Other Name" by B. Fister-Liltz. Two pieces of interior art by M. K. Burns

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information:

Only some copies had color covers; the remainder have blank covers. Wide variety of short stories. Sequel to "Such Stuff as Dreams are Made On, the end of Mirrors begun in M1, and stories by Veronica Engel, Opal McMenomy, Beth Blighton, Donna Straley, L. A. Caskey, and Jane Lamb.

 

Mirrors 4

ed. by Karen Bates-Crouch

1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 246 p, much art.

Art Information: Frank Liltz cover, art by Beth Blighton

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Huge double issue.

 

More Roads Not Taken

by Sandy P. Shelton

January 1997

V/C

Rating: mild R

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 152 p, small typeset type with extra space between paragraphs.

Art information: Much unnumbered art by Sandy Chandler Shelton, Mickey Sayles and Rosemarie Hauer.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Like the first volume, a series of alternate and more romantic developments taking off from episodes. Some stories contain fairly explicit "first time" accounts of Vincent and Catherine becoming lovers. Spin-offs from episodes include "Song of Orpheus," "Shades of Grey," "A Happy Life/Chamber Music," "A Fair and Perfect Knight," "When the Bluebird Sings," and "A Kingdom by the Sea."

   

More than a Miracle

Kim Prosser and Lisa Swope

June, 1990

V/C

Rating: PG

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

Art Information: Cover and interior art by Barbara Gipson

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: In this novel, learning that her mother had been a helper who knew and loved V when he was a child throws C into an agonized reexamination of her childhood and her present relationship with V, centering on their squabbling over a stuffed toy.

 

Mouse Tales1

by Marcia Lee Patterson

1992

Characters?

No rating available

Size: unknown

Art information: Unknown.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Three stories of Mouse. In the first, "For the Love of Mouse," Kia, once a waif Mouse rescued and has brought up, turns sixteen, which brings changes to their relationship. In "The Rainbow Sign," Mouse and Kia befriend an abused toddler. In "Wonder Garden," Mouse takes on the project of making a large vegetable garden Below.

 

Mute Songs

Lucy Green, Linda Mooney & Barbara Trimble.

February, 1991

V/D

Rating: PG-13

Size: digest, 68 p, some art.

Art Information: Phyllis Berwick and Barb Gipson.

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

Additional Information: This zine is set in 3rdand 4th season: from the reading of Catherine's will to the Naming Ceremony of Diana and Vincent's first child, named Joseph for guess-who. Joe and Jenny's son is named Vincent. Covers a lot of time, and emotional ground, in very little space, hitting the high spots.