Extra Touchy Frisky

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Zine
Title: Extra Touchy Frisky
Publisher: Almost Foolproof Press
Editor(s): Ann Teitelbaum and Dar F
Date(s): 1997-2000
Series?: yes
Medium: print
Size: digest-sized
Genre: slash
Fandom: Sentinel
Language: English
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Contents

Extra Touchy Frisky is a Sentinel slash digest-sized anthology. On the cover of most issues: "The All-Sentinel Edition of Frisky Business. The Multimedia Slash Zine. Special Internet Edition: All fiction herein has previously appeared on the internet."

For other Frisky zines, see Frisky Business.

Issue 1

cover issue #1

Extra Touchy Frisky 1 was published in January 1997 and is 60 pages long.

  • Touch by ArchAnt (As if from a distance, a voice called, almost distracting Jim from his task, but he ignored it, returning his attention to the sense that had captured him. A small hot fluttery thing pulsed beneath his fingers, and it sped up as he continued to brush his finger tip over it. "Heart heat," he whispered...)
  • Fates Conspire by Mickey M (Maybe if he concentrated hard enough, he'd forget all about that burning sensation that was curling through his stomach again. What was this? Since when did touching Jim create this... feeling in him? He turned his head slightly to gaze surreptitiously at the other man; studied him.)
  • Bound and Determined by Katrina Bowen (Moving quickly, Blair's fingers danced across the skin of Jim's ribs, tickling him. Jim rolled away instinctively. He felt Blair grab his left arm; he felt something cold and hard click around his wrist. Blair scooted away to sit at the foot of the bed, grinning at him.)
  • The Doctor Is In by Sarah Yaworsky ("So what's changed?" "It's the fanfic, Doc! They're gonna kill me!" "I'm sorry, Mr. Sandburg. I'm not familiar with the term." "It's the non-union stuff... on the 'net, in the 'zines. Fans sitting at home, making the stuff up. I always knew it was a possibility but I really had no idea how far it'd go.")
  • Musings by Myrna (He resumed his kissing, thrilling at the way Blair so thoroughly relaxed under his ministrations. The kid was usually wrapped tighter than a =rum, his mind racing in a hundred directions at a hundred miles an hour.)
  • What I Sent Last Year Wasn’t Good Enough… by James Walkswithwind (There was only one person he hadn't received anything from, yet. One person whose birthday greetings meant more than anything else laying scattered on the thin yellow blanket. The man he'd loved for so long, =nd so deeply that even the last two years hadn't damaged it.)
  • Dancing by Yvonne S. McCool ("Come on Blair, a bachelor auction, all for charity." Jim grinned. "Kids playing little league." "Salivating women looking at me like a hamburger." "More like a fancy desert.")
  • Sanctuary by Lynna Bright (They'd both felt it - friendship diving, in an act of sheer suicide, into desire. Nowhere to turn and too late. No denying it in their heart of hearts. Blair felt the Sentinel could hear his, beating faster.)


Issue 2

cover of issue #2
interior art #2 by MegaRed

Extra Touchy Frisky 2 was published in May 1997 and contains 98 pages. Cover by TACS. 1 interior b/w illo by MegaRed.


Issue 3

cover of issue #3

Extra Touchy Frisky 3 was published in 1997 and contains 100 pages. The cover is by Maureen B.


Issue 4

cover of issue #4

Extra Touchy Frisky 4 was published in January 1998 and contains 78 pages. The cover is by Maureen B.


Issue 5

cover of issue #5

Extra Touchy Frisky 5 was published in 1998 and contains 80 pages. Summaries come from the publisher's zine flyer.

  • Surface and Depth by Francesca (Sandburg's brevity concerned Jim; his partner was not one to put things succinctly unless something was wrong. "No, wait, hang out for a few minutes. Have a beer with me," he suggested, walking to the fridge. Jim handed him a beer and realized that Sandburg was trying to put himself together. From what, he didn't know. "You're sure you're okay?" he asked, and Sandburg shrugged.)
  • A Taxing Time by Cynthia Selene
  • Gone Native by Grey (Pulling into the space in front of the building, Jim turned off the engine. Before he could say anything, Blair grabbed his dissertation folder and climbed down out of the truck, slamming the door behind him. He didn't even wait for the elevator, but took the stairs. Shit. Jim shook his head hoping to reduce the mental grinding sanding at his skull.)
  • Goin' Down/Goin' Up by Debra Tabor. Author's site gone but stories in the files section of TSstoryfinders.
  • Dream Deferred by The Lady of Shalott (How had he read things so wrong? He'd wanted to share his passion, to give people unfortunate enough not to have a Sentinel of their own a chance to glimpse the wonder he'd discovered. How had Jim found so much poison in what he'd intended to be a gift?)
  • Sweets For The Sweet by Legion
  • I'm Free by Regina Harley
  • The Ones Who Live Alone by Gillian Middleton (An Alternate Universe period piece. "My name is James Ellison, Deputy Sheriff of Shrewsbury in the name of King Stephen. May I ride with you to the abbey? I suspect we are all to be guests of Abbot Bernard tonight." With a cry of victory Ellison saw the dark bundle of [Brother Blair]'s robe caught precariously in a tangle of branches washed down by the flooding spate of the river. This boy's God was watching over his accident prone servant tonight....)


Issue 6

coverof issue #6

Extra Touchy Frisky 6 was published in 1999 and contains 80 pages.


Issue 7

coverof issue #7

Extra Touchy Frisky 7 was published in 1999 and contains 80 pages.


Reactions and Reviews: Issue 7

See reactions and reviews for Sensual Rhythms.
See reactions and reviews for Sentinel Envy.

Issue 8

cover of issue #8

Extra Touchy Frisky 8 was published in 2000 and contains 76 pages.


Issue 9

cover of issue #9

Extra Touchy Frisky 9 was published in 2000 and contains 78 pages. Art is by Larrkin.


Issue 10

cover of issue #10, Geli

Extra Touchy Frisky 10 was published in 2000 and contains 90 pages. Cover by Geli.

Reactions and Reviews: Issue 10

[Lie Perdue]: Sihaya Black approaches the relationship between Jim and Blair from roughly the same direction as Legion, and her sex scenes are just as steamy and the underlying affection and tenderness just as palpable. She does prefer, however, to show Blair on top and call attention to Jim's emotional - and often physical - vulnerability during sex play. During sex, Jim's walls crumble and Blair - and the reader - can look directly into his heart. The initial setting of "Lie Perdu" requires a bit of a suspension of disbelief since the situation seems a bit too much construed, but the author's prose and the clear affection for the characters shine through. [1]

References

  1. the sentinel fan fiction: recommendations by allaire mikháil, January 2012; reference link
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