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The Waiting Room See: Quantum Beast 2

 

Walk the World for Me

Patricia Kehoe

May, 1993

V/C

Rating: R/X

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 139 p, much art.

Art Information: (some frontal nudity) by Inez Brown, Alexandra Fossinger, Renate Haller, Rosemarie Hauer, Pam Tuck. Graphics by Shirley Leonard

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Seventh in the series of novels from the author of the Vincent's World series. Returned to the tunnels after her supposed death,, C is frustrated to find that V still won't have sex with her, despite the fact of their son Jacob. They quarrel and agonize, their separation intensified by the loss of the bond. Counterpoint to the story of V/C's problems is the major subplot involving young Joshua, an AIDS-stricken boy taken in by the community.

 

Wee Bairns

Linda Mooney

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: digest, 72 p, occasional art, applied color photo on cover.

Art Information: Barb Gipson

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

Additional Information: Five of Mooney's stories, "bairns": either unpublished or published in a zine that's out of print. Two--including "The Dream Merchant," a sort of Rumplestilskin story--are reprints. "The Curse," is a non B&B dramatization of "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" from Meat Loaf's Bat Out of Hell II album. "The Value of Love," describes C's effect on the men in her life. "Mouse and Maytag," originally published in Chamber Cameos recounts Mouse's mishaps with a washing machine. Mouse is also involved in "Dancing Water," in which he contrives to satisfy C's casually expressed wish for a fountain.

 

What All Men Seek to Find

by G.S. Franklin

Date: none available (pre-92)

No other information available.

 

What a Yo-Yo

P. S. Nim

1991

V/C

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, c. 30 p.

Art Information: Unknown

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Graphic parody involving, among other things, Vincent posing for Beastcake calendars.

 

What Light Through Yonder Window

Lynette Combs

July, 1994

V/C

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 231 p, clean typescript, double spaced paragraphs, occasional wide borders on poems or artwork.

Art Information: by the author

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Seven stories from Combs plus poetry, art, reprinted fiction, some humor and miscellany. Combs' stories picture life in the (predominantly) Continued Classic tunnels, often featuring Naomi, Combs' tunnel tyke from her Promises to Keep series. In "Twice Upon a Time," when trapped by a cave-in, Naomi finds solace from an unusual companion; and in "The Ties that Bind," injured Naomi resists Father's treatment unless Catherine is there to comfort her. In "The Homecoming," Kanin returns from prison. In "May I Have this Dance," Catherine leaves a party to find Vincent. In the title story, the tunnel community undertakes a project to allow Vincent and Catherine to see Shakespeare in the park together. "To Bee or Not to Bee" recounts the misadventures of Father and Mouse while trying to remove a hornets' nest. "She Who Waits" explores Vincent's penchant for foot massage, which figures in "May I Have This Dance," as well. "Le Morte d'Arthur" tells of the demise of Mouse's troublesome and beloved pet. "Best In Show" tells how Vincent and Catherine find a helper in need of help himself. In "It Lasts for Always," a faithful Dreamer finally comes home...to the tunnels. This story appears again, translated into German by Rosemarie Hauer. Poetry by the author.

 

What Light Through Yonder Window 2

by Lynette Combs

July 1995

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 188 p + some unnumbered miscellany, clean typescript, much art (by the author).

Art information: Much of the author's art, some of which are silhouettes imposed on a background, is featured here.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Like its predecessor, this anthology contains six of Combs' short stories plus miscellany. "Valentine's Day," is set shortly after "Siege." In it, Vincent hesitantly prepares to offer Valentine's gifts to Catherine. The balance of the stories include tunnel-tyke Naomi. In "Manhattan Transfer," the collapse of a building, Above involves Vincent and the tunnel community with a survivor. In "Judgment Call," Naomi has transgressed when her hot temper gets the better of her. In "Good Business," the community faces a moral dilemma concerning what's legal, and what's right, in their dealings with topside people with whom they have financial dealing. "Here There Be Dragons" chronicles the scary story, and then the intrepid adventures, of tunnel youngsters who go exploring in the hope--and dread--of finding the dragons Father's story suggested lair in the deepest, most hidden places. In "The Other Painted Tunnels," Naomi blunders upon prehistoric cave paintings. In "Father's Day," Naomi has to decide what to give the person Below who has acted as her father. Vincent and Catherine primarily are dealing here with others' problems, not their own. Also included is a letter from Roy Dotrice, commenting on "Good Business," and a poem, "Father Figure," which Roy has read aloud on at least one occasion.

 

What You Fancy 4

Clean Slate Press

ed. by Roxanne Shearer Koogler

1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: digest-size, 65 pg.

Art information: No B&B art.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Multi-media anthology fanzine with one B&B cross-over story (Dr. Who). Mostly other fandoms' fanfic.

 

When Angels Fall

Cynthia Hatch

June, 1992

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 253 p, sparse art.

Art Information: Barb Gipson, Sue Krinard, and Mary Ellen Nicosia

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Alternate 3rd season novel. V's feelings during the time he approaches the Trilogy cave are recounted in grim detail. Following him, C plunges into the abyss--apparently to her death. Father conceals that death from V, claiming C finally acknowledged the harm her relationship with V has done, and has departed for Europe. This fabrication, sets off a subplot involving a search for C by Joe, Elliot, and Manning. Meanwhile, C is held prisoner Below. No parallels to 3rd season.

 

When the Music Stopped See: Possibilities 4

 

When My World Divides and Shatters

Avril Bowles

Date Unknown

V/C

Rating: Adult

Size: Unknown

Art information: Rosemarie Hauer, Helen C. Hill, and Renate Haller

Ordering Information: UK: L7, Eur.: L8, USA/Australia $15 (cash only). Send to Avril Bowles, 20 Bearwood Gardens, Fleet, Hampshire GU51 3QU, England or contact her by e-mail at avril.bowles@virgin.net.

Additional Information: The author writes, "As a direct result of a nighmare, Vincent injures someone very dear to him and can't cope with the guilt. He desperately needs Catherine, but she's involved in her own drama Above. When she learns of Vincent's distress, she determines to heal his wounded heart by whatever means necessary."

 

When the Phoenix Sings

Sue Glasgow

June, 1993

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 138 p, sparse art.

Art Information:A portrait of C as Persephone by Teri Milliman. Picture by Rita Terrell of the author as The Storyteller before a rapt audience of tunnel children, V, and C. Small drawing by the author of V/C's profiles, repeated on the cover.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: Vincent and Catherine share an adventure in a second season setting. Shortly before Winterfest, V, troubled by recurring dreams of fire, is overburdened because of Father's having broken a hip and because of his own reservations about C's desire to move Below. Father mourns the loss of his beloved first edition of "Captains Courageous." And what of the mysterious smoke-damaged boxes inscribed TO BE OPENED ONLY BY FATHER THE DAY AFTER WINTERFEST?

 

When She Comes Home

by M. Sue Waugh

March 1990

V/C

Rating: R

Size: digest, 50 p.

Art information: Color photo cover.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: As the title implies, the story tells what happened upon Catherine's return to the tunnels.

 

Where Dreams Are Born

Barbara Hill

March, 1991

V/C

Rating: G

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 52 p, tiny type.

Art Information: Cover and interior line drawings by Teri Milliman.

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: A short story/coloring book. Stories include "Vincent's Happy Life," "Your Place or Mine?" "She Followed Me Home!," "A page From Father's Journal," "The Kiss," "The Carousel Dream," "Who's Teaching Whom?"and "They Said It Couldn't Be Done."

 

Where Moonbeams Kiss the Sea

by Wendy De-Veryard

January 1999

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: A4, 30 p.

Art information: Sparse interior art by Renate Haller.

Ordering Information: For price, shipping and availability, contact Wendy C. De-Veryard, Bucklegate House, Bucklegate Lane, Kirton Marsh, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE20 1NB, England.

Additional Information: From the author: "for Catherine the way forward would begin with a simple kiss, but for Vincent such a show of affection would be as insurmountable as walking in the sunlight. It could never be! .............. Or could it?"

 

Where Rapture Lies

Helen Commodore

1996

C/O

Rating: R

Size 8 1/2 x 11, 134p

Art Information: Cover by Shirley Leonard, interior art by Leonard and Pam Tuck.

Ordering Information: For information on pricing, availability, and shipping charges, write to Helen Commodore, 2930 W. 5th St. 19 R, Brooklyn, NY 11224 USA.

Additional Information: While still dating Tom Gunther, Catherine visits New Orleans and has a passionate relationship with a mysterious man named Ami.

 

Where the Rainbow Ends 1

by Lee Kirkland

1990

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 135 p, typescript.

Art information: No art.

Ordering information: Out of print. Content loaded to The Beauty and the Beast Reading Chamber.

Additional Information: Classic alternate universe and "Vincent and Catherine raise a family" zines. After an ensemble story, "Family," in which all the children - then adolescent or older - appear, a series of stories follow recounting the birth of each of Vincent and Catherine's four children. There are also accounts of how Vincent and Catherine initially got together, how Vincent's doubts were overcome, and how they eventually married after the birth of their first son.

 

Where the Rainbow Ends 2

Lee Kirkland

January, 1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 138 p, some art.

Art Information: Phyllis Berwick, Marty Giles and Shirley Leonard

Ordering Information: Out of print. Content loaded to The Beauty and the Beast Reading Chamber.

Additional Information: The stories here interweave with the overview presented in WtRE-1, focusing more on V/C's children than on V/C themselves. "Love Is Forever" chronicles the family's harrowing, long wait when Vincent, injured in a fall, cannot be found. In "Courage," daughter Vicky is dared by other children to remain in the dark, which she fears, Below. In "Somewhere There Waiteth," Carey, a Midwestern teenager whose mother has just died, makes his lone way to New York where he hopes to find help.

 

Where the Rainbow Ends 3

Lee Kirkland

1992

V/C/O (their children)

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 142 p.

Art Information:Phyllis Berwick, Shirley Leonard, Teri Milliman, Holly Reidel, Chris Schacter.

Ordering Information: Out of print. Content loaded to The Beauty and the Beast Reading Chamber.

Additional Information: The stories here extend the stories of V, C, and their four children. The fifth young person in the Wells household is Carey--Devin's son. In "At the Dark's Edge," C has a severe bout of viral pneumonia. "Seduction" has V preparing a special solace for overworked C. "In Place of the Stars" presents C with the problem of serving out the unexpired term--in Albany--of a state senator. Devin appears in this story. "The Surprise" has V observing the horsemanship of C and daughter Vicky. In "What Falls Away Is Always," a follow-up to a story in WTRE-2, we go back to Carey's first months with the Wells household. In "Amanda," lovers Jacob and Amanda are troubled by C's apparent dislike of the girl. In "Secrets," eldest son Charles' uneasiness about his genetic heritage places a silent barrier between him and Elizabeth Burch. In "Growing Pains," the bond between empathic 17-year-old daughter Victoria and V puts a considerable hitch in her love life. Some poetry by Jeanne C. Peters.

 

Where the Rainbow Ends 4

Lee Kirkland

July, 1994

V/C/O (their children)

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 167 p, perfect bound with a plastic spine, typeset, occasional art.

Art Information: Phyllis Berwick, Shirley Leonard (including cover and some graphics) and Chris Schacter.

Ordering Information: Out of print. Content loaded to The Beauty and the Beast Reading Chamber.

Additional Information: This Continued Classic series concludes with five stories focusing on Vincent and Catherine's children finding their loves and assuming adult position within the family and their chosen community--Above, Below, or both. In the final story, "Full Circle," Vincent becomes ill. The grown children are at the center of the stories rather than Vincent and Catherine. Jenny, widowed and embittered, is at the center of the first story, "More than Love." Occasional poems by Jeanne Peters.

 

While the Fountains Echo / Legacy

by Wendy De-Veryard

1999

V/C/O (Jacob)

Rating: PG

Size: A4, 88 p (While the Fountains Echo - 30 p./Legacy - 58p).

Art information: Sparse interior art by Renate Haller.

Ordering Information: For price, shipping and availability, contact Wendy C. De-Veryard, Bucklegate House, Bucklegate Lane, Kirton Marsh, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE20 1NB, England.

Additional Information: Author describes this zine as a special edition end to a trilogy which started with Where Moonbeams Kiss the Sea and The Winds of Dawn That Blow.... and concludes with While the Fountains Echo; following the trilogy, which is described as the furthering of Vincent and Catherine's relationship through the birth and subsequent kidnap of baby Jacob, the author's zine Legacy follows, fifteen years later. Includes five poems by Katrina Relf.

 

A Whisper of Hope...An Echo of Despair See: Images 2

 

Whispers

Kiki Cavanaugh

December, 1990

V/C/D (friend)

Rating: PG-13

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 89 p, largish print and extra spacing.

Art Information: cover art (color: Lisa Stubblefield) only

Ordering Information: Unknown

Additional Information: In the first story, an alternate to the end of "Though Lovers Be Lost," V arrives in time to rescue C and deliver his son, Jacob Devin (J.D.). The second story spins off the end of the Trilogy, with V waking after three years, at which point Jacob is 2 1/2 and V tries to adapt to discovering he has a son. In the third, a SND 4th season story, C's spirit returns to reanimate the body of Terri, a tunnel dweller who's died of a seizure. Diana appears briefly.

 

White Cover

ed. by Patricia Kehoe & Rita Hazlett

July, 1993

V/C

Rating: R/X

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 182 p + much unnumbered art.

Art Information: Art (some frontal nudity, explicit positions) by Inez Brown, Patricia Devoe, Alexandra Fossinger, Renate Haller, Rosemarie Hauer, Shirley Leonard, Teri Milliman, Pam Tuck; one nude color centerfold by Inez Brown; another color picture by Pam Tuck. Silhouette cover by Hauer.

Ordering Information: Out of Print

Additional Information: This sensual Classic anthology zine focuses on V/C erotic encounters. Some stories, however, are rated G-PG. In "The Best Is Yet To Be" by J. A. Cliffe, V overhears tunnel people speaking disapprovingly of him as an animal. C talks V into first time sex in Gwen Lord's "Love's Lesson." In Andrea Dumasius' "Kindling the Fire," V/C have an encounter while she's healing after Jacob's birth. In "A Pinch of Spice," by Betty Mills, V, kidded by Cullen and Winslow for never having seen a stag film, finds C's wearing a particularly revealing kind of knit bodysuit is a turn on. Vignettes include P. E. Leslie's "Reflections of Love"; Linda Mooney's "Modern Conveniences," in which V has an encounter with an Epilady hair remover; Kehoe's "A Simple Life," "Game, Set, and Match," "Primal Needs," "Slot A into Hole B," and "Blending Tomorrows." In Barbara Hill's "Twist of Fate," dead C is given by Fate, a diminutive, bossy angelic spirit, a chance to return to V and take one single action to avert her own death. In Rosemarie Hauer's "The Wish," V is given a choice to either know who he is, change who he is, or share who he is. In Rita Hazlett's "Dear Daddy," C, missing her father, learns the origins of the letter-burning ceremony. In "To Be A Friend" by Betty Reardon, young men V and Pascal go to visit the helpers together. The zine ends with Kehoe's "The One," in which V/C come to terms with his primal, Other self. Poetry by Kehoe, Mona Batir, Michele, Cynthia Fuller, P. E. Leslie, D. Der Hovanessian.

 

 

White Roses

M. Sue Waugh

November 1990

V/C

Rating: PG-13

Size: digest, 61 p.

Art information: Sparse art (by Sue Glasgow); color photo cover.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: A poem and five short stories, all Classic. The focus is on sexual attraction. In "Every Stolen Sunrise," for instance, V/C crawl under a large evergreen and listen to a concert. In "Love's Light Wings" (a continuation of Waugh's Lovesight), V/C have become lovers and Catherine begins the process of moving Below.

  

Who's / Blake 1 - assumed to exist since there are subsequent numbers. No information available.

 

Who's / Blake 2-3

edited by?

1988?

Characters?

No rating available

Size: unknown

Art information: Unknown.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: B&B/RS crossover zines. Series continued as Sherwood Tunnels.

 

Who's / Blake 4

edited by?

January 1988

Characters?

No rating available

Size: unknown

Art information: Unknown.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: B&B/RS [Robin of Sherwood?] crossover zine. Special B&B issue with 5 B&B stories. Series continued as Sherwood Tunnels.

 

Wildest Dreams See: The Restoration Trilogy 2.

 

Wildheart

Beth Blighton

1990

V/C/D

Rating: Website rates it G, original Qfer had PG-13 due to back nudity in two drawings.

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 81 p.

Art Information: Full color cover with three interior color pieces. See additional information below.

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

Additional Information: Artzine. Drawings, based on all seasons, accompanied by song lyrics, poems, dialogue from the episodes.

 

The Winds of Dawn That Blow....

Wendy De-Veryard

February 1999

V/C

Rating: Adult (by author)

Size: A4, 32 p.

Art information: Sparse interior art by Renate Haller.

Ordering Information: For price, shipping and availability, contact Wendy C. De-Veryard, Bucklegate House, Bucklegate Lane, Kirton Marsh, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE20 1NB, England.

Additional Information: Author describes this zine as the second part of a trilogy which started with Where Moonbeams Kiss the Sea and concludes with While the Fountains Echo; following the trilogy, which is described as the furthering of Vincent and Catherine's relationship through the birth and subsequent kidnap of baby Jacob, the author's zine Legacy follows, fifteen years later.

 

Wings of Destiny

D. Yates

May 2002

V/C, E/O

Rating: X

Size: A4, 79 p.

Art Information: No art

Ordering Information: Send orders to S.A. Brookfield, Treasurer, 14 Wincham Road, Sale, Cheshire M33 4PL England UK. Price including P&P £5.50 UK £6.00 Europe $12.00 US and others (surface mail) All cheques to be made payable to: "B&B Fan Club" or please send dollars (US)

Additional Information: As Vincent and Catherine live their happy life, Elliot Burch meets someone who turns his world upside down. Will his obsession with Catherine destroy his chance at a happy life?

 

The Wings That Fly Us Home

Spring, 2001

Rating: PG

Size: 166 pages

Art Information: Art by Marina Broers & Sandy Shelton.

Ordering Information: UK£7.50 Europe £8.50 USA $23 Australia $25. Sylvia Brookfield, 14 Wincham Road, Sale, Cheshire. England. M33 4PL. Payment: USA and Australia: Dollars only as checques cannot be cashed in the U.K. Overseas prices are quoted on Surface Mail only estimated delivery 6 - 8 weeks. For Airmail please add an extra $5 per fanzine. UK and Europe: Checkques/PO/ and Eurocheques in BG Pounds made payable to Sylvia Brookfield. No cash please except US Dollars from Europe if preferred. UK & Europe please allow 28 days for delivery. As of May 2001, Currently only available on floppy disk and are produced without art. Each floppy disk however is priced completely half of the fanzine price quoted.

Additional Information: Note: Many to most of the stories in this zine first appeared in other zines and are also available on the internet. "The Fire and the Rose" by Edith Crowe, "A Matter of Wanting" by Nightwalker87, "A Matter of Knowing" by Nightwalker87, "A Matter of Pride" by Nightwalker87, "Candle to Candle" by Edith Crowe, "The Wall Between the Worlds" by Edith Crowe, "Dear to my Heart"by Beth Gualda, "The Mirror (Kindred Spirits)" by Christina B. McWhorter, "That's What Friends Are For" by Edith Crowe, "Soulmates" by Jennifer Thompson, "The Storm" by Jennifer Thompson, "Quid Pro Quo" by Edith Crowe, "Poetry by Marcus Holt.

 

Wings to Dreams: A B&B Literary Artzine

Star Cook

1991

No other information available.

 

Wishes and Dreams 1

ed. by Roxanne Shearer Koogler

1990?

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 121 p, large print.

Art information: Art by Dragon, Barb Gipson, Holly Reidel, Randy Prender.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Includes "Just One More Thing" by Fraser Sherman is a B&B/Columbo crossover story. "Wishes and Dreams" by Koogler follows Joe's thoughts from the end of "The Watcher" to about "What Rough Beast."

 

Wishes and Dreams 2

ed. by Roxanne Shearer Koogler

1991

V/C

Rating: PG

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

Art information: Art by Dragon, Barb Gipson, Hawley, Sue Krinard, Wildman, Davis and others.

Ordering Information: Unknown.

Additional Information: Unknown.

 

Within the Crystal Rose 1

ed. by Margaret Davis

May, 1990

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 187 p, large print.

Art Information: Covery by J. Ley, interior art by Phyllis Berwick, Dragon, Barbara Gipson, Kevin, K. Jacobson, J. Ley, Pilgum, Holly Reidel, Star, Chris Schacter, Maggie Wade.

Ordering Information: Out of print

Additional Information: A collection of short stories and poems, mainly concerning Vincent's past. The series overall is Continued Classic in an alternative timeline to 3rd season. Contributors include Erica Aquilar, Gina Alkazian, Bobbi, Eleanor Clark, Beth Druham, Anita Hooson, Kerin Rose Houseburg, Kathy Jacobson, Roxanne Shearer Koogler, Linda Money, Kathie Ono, Kay Simon, Lisa K. Wildman

 

Within the Crystal Rose 2

ed. by Margaret Davis.

November, 1990.

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 187 p, large print.

Art Information: Cover by Phyllis Perwick, art by Berwick, Dragon, Barbara Gipson, Kerin Rose Houseburg, Shirley Leonard, J. Ley, Paula Ollie, Holly Reidel, Chris Schacter, Star, Maggie Wade, Lisa K.Wildman.

Ordering Information: Out of print

Additional Information: Continuing the plotlines from WCR-1. Some explore the histories of the tunnel people. Contributors include Eleanor Clark, Beth Druhan, Anita Hooson, Kerin Rose Houseburg, Linda Jordan, Roxanne Shearer Koogler, Marilynn, Winifred McBeth, Linda Mooney, Sandra Saidak, Lisa M. Schroeder, Kay Simon, Adele Turner, Lisa K. Wildman.

 

Within the Crystal Rose 3

ed. by Margaret Davis

April, 1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 198 p, large print.

Art Information: Cover by Barbara gipson, art by Phyllis Berwick, Belen, Dragon, Gipson, Bruce Hoiroyd, Kerin Rose Houseburg, Kathy Jacobson, Jackie Kapke, Shirley Leonard, Lyndsay, Jeanne McClure, Paula Ollie, Chris Schacter, Janine Wills, Kathy Wooding.

Ordering Information: Out of Print

Additional Information: Continuation of this series with contributions by Mohamed Alkhoudairy, Belen, Laura Darus, Beth Druhan, Anita Hooson, Roxanne Shearer Koogler, Linda Mooney, Katrina Relf, Kay Simon, among others.

 

Within the Crystal Rose 4

ed. by Margaret Davis

September, 1991

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 179 p, much art, large typeset type.

Art Information:Artwork by Phyllis Berwick, Belen, Dragon (cover), Barbara Gudlauski, Bruce Holroyd, Kathy Jacobson, Jacquelyn Kapke, Shirley Leonard, Diane Leva, Judy Ley, Lyndsay, Jeanne McClure, Paula Ollie, Chris Schacter, Sandy (Chandler) Shelton, Kathy Wooding.

Ordering Information: Out of print

Additional Information: A mix of stories and poetry. One story involves Egyptian myths of lion-headed divinities (Family Pride by Winifred McBeth). "Over the Hills and Far Away" by Amy Bechtel is about Mouse's troubling recollection of his past; "The Secret" by Diana Smith & Pat Dunn, in which Mouse rescues street-waif Molly, setting up a continuing storyline; a story of V/C unhappiness and reconciliation, "She Loves You" by Anita Hooson. Also an excerpt from the "Wells Family Chronicles" by Margaret Davis, a continuing feature. Other fiction contributors include Jessica Payne, Laura Davis, Linda Mooney, Roxanne Shearer Koogler. Poetry by Katherine Garnett, Linda Jordan, Winifred McBeth, Phyliss Amason, Dee Bronson, Kerin Houseburg, Kay Simon, Katrina Relf, MariLynn.

 

Within the Crystal Rose 5

ed. by Margaret Davis.

May, 1992

V/C

Rating: PG

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

Art Information: Amy Bechtel, Phyllis Berwick, Duke Cullen, Stephanie Davis, Barb Gipson, Barbara Gudlauski, Bruce Holroyd, Kathy Jacobson, Jackie Kapke, Shirley Leonard, Judy Ley, Lyndsay, Holly Reidel, Chris Schacter, Amber Shelton, Sandy (Chandler) Shelton, Rita Terrell (cover), Sandy Tew, Kathy Wooding.

Ordering Information: Out of Print

Additional Information: This volume offers two V-childhood stories by Stephanie Davis and Roxanne Koogler. Diana Smith and Pat Dunn, in "Voices from the Past," offer a story in which Father, severely ill, remembers moments from the tunnels' founding days. In Laura Davis’ "Dark of the Heart," the child who shot Vincent in "The Outsiders" is at last integrated into the tunnel community. In Linda Mooney's "Tears," Paracelsus' followers pose a threat even after his death; in Kay Simon's "The Dark at the End of the Tunnel," C attempts to discover who's polluting the tunnels' water supply; in "Change of Life," V/C have some anxious moments as daughter Jenni cannot be found and C finds her life changed in a remarkable way. Additional stories by Laura Davis and Anna Gerard and another segment of the Wells Family Chronicles, this time excerpts from the diary of Jessica Caroline Wells' (V/C's daughter) and V/C's diary exhanges. Poetry by Bruce Holroyd, Dee Bronson, Katherine Garnett, MariLynn, Linda Jordan, Randie Pressman, and Kerin Houseburg.

 

Within the Crystal Rose 6

ed. by Margaret Davis

June, 1992

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 X 11, 172 p, much art, large typeset type.

Art Information:Art by Barbara Gipson, Amy Bechtel, Phyllis Berwick, Dragon (cover), Barbara Gudlauski, Bruce Holroyd, Kerin Houseburg, Kathy Jacobson, Jackie Kapke, Shirley Leonard, Judy Ley, Holly Riedel, Chris Schacter, Sandy (Chandler) Shelton, Sandy Tew, Kathy Wooding.

Ordering Information: Out of Print

Additional Information: This volume offers Betty Reardon's "Frank Buck Lives," a child-Vincent story of the differing perspectives of children and adults; in "Riches," Anna Gerard recounts the adventures of Geoffrey and Samantha in replacing one of Father's books; Lisa Wildman's "Yesterday's Son," in which C investigates the death of a man who was apparently Father's son; E. Wyllis' "A Midsummer Night," flashes back to the celebration of V's recovery from his Trilogy illness and older memories lead to a difficult reconciliation with the past. Diana Smith and Pat Dunn, in "Be My Valentine," chronicle Mouse's search for the perfect Valentine gifts to express his love for sweetheart Molly. Bruce Holroyd's "The Whispering Gallery" recounts the construction of its bridge. Another excerpt from Margaret Davis' Wells Family Chronicles. Additional stories by Karen Morgia, Linda Mooney, Jackie Kapke, Roxanne Koogler, Katherine Garnett, Krystin Wilhelm, Caitlyn. Poetry by Katherine Garnett, Phyliss Amason, Katarina Relf, Karen Witkoswki, Randie Pressman, Kay Simon, Lisa Wildman.

 

Within the Crystal Rose 7

ed. by Margaret Davis.

July, 1993

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 153 p, much art.

Art Information: Art by Kerin Houseberg, Barbara G., Barbara Gipson (cover and interior art), Sandy Tew, K. Jacobson, Michele West, Judy Ley, Phyllis Berwick, Amy Bechtel, Holly Reidel, S. Leonard. Also several unsigned drawings.

Ordering Information: Out of print

Additional Information: In Becky Bain's "Little Boy Lost," C finds a nearly mute, terrified six (or so) year-old boy, Ross, who's obviously been mistreated. Michele Sayles' "Brother, Mine" is an account of young Devin's feelings of resentful neglect when newborn V takes all the adults' attention...and how Devin is reconciled to the strange foundling and makes his own special contribution. In "Against the Dying of the Light," Roxanne Shearer Koogler offers V/C daughter Jessica's fear that Rollie's succumbing to complications of AIDS might have been her fault. In Margaret Davis' "Abandoned In Silence," C tries to rest while V watches over her, apparently after being attacked in her apartment during "An Impossible Silence," V helps her forget her pain by telling her the story of how Laura first came to them. "Shadow of a Beast" by Diana Smith and Pat Dunn is a tale of close friends Jonathan MacKensie and tabloid journalist Edgar Benedek. Also fiction by Linda Mooney and Katherine Garnett. There's also another installment of the "Wells Family Chronicles" by Margaret Davis. Poetry by Jeanne C. Peters, Katherine Garnett, and Margaret Davis.

 

Within the Crystal Rose 8

ed. by Margaret Davis.

July, 1994

V/C

Rating: PG

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 112 p, typeset with double spaced paragraphs, much art.

Art information: Cover by Barbara Gipson. Art by Shirley Leonard, Dragon, Lisa Wildman, West (?), and a couple of unidentified others

Ordering information: Out of Print

Additional Information: This volume has stories focusing more on peril and adventure than on romantic yearning. "The Way Below" by Diana Smith and Pat Dunn is a B&B/Kung Fu crossover. Amethyst Hart has two stories here. Set following "Chamber Music" and the joyous rain during the concert, Hart's "Rain" is atale of flooding Below which catches Vincent, Catherine, and a party of children unprepared. Hart's "Song of Arion," set following "The Watcher," tells how dolphins help Catherine face her new-found dread of water due to her experience of drowning in that episode. Becky Bain's "The Choice" sets Vincent the task of leading Catherine, Father and some children to safety through an unexplored passage and across a dangerous ledge when flood threatens. Katherine Garnett's anecdote, "Past and Forever" affirms the possibility of finding true love, even for middle-aged storytellers. Davis' "Never Ready" is a Continued Classic tale in which Father is seriously ill and Catherine offers Vincent emotional support against the spectre of possible loss. Poetry by Amethyst Hart, Dragon, and MariLynn.

 

Within the Silver Mirror

Pamela Garrett.

June, 1990.

V/C

Rating: X

Size: 8 1/2 x 11, 198 p, large print and spacing, much art, color cover.

Art information: Sue Krinard, others

Ordering information: Unknown

Additional Information: This novel recapitulates and condenses Vincent and Catherine's relationship...with a difference. Unfulfilled as Tom Gunther's wife, C buys a brownstone and in reconditioning it, finds behind a mirror a secret door to the world Below...and V.

 

A World Below

by ?

Date: none available (pre-92)

Non other information available.

 

Wormwood see: Possibilities 3