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|Date(s):||November or December 1982|
|Fandom:||Starsky and Hutch|
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It is known mostly for the controversial story Surrender.
An ad in Hanky Panky #8 said: "Age and knowledge of content statement a must to get this zine."
The majority of the zine is the story "Surrender." It is said the author took it on as a challenge, that done well, a good writer could make a troubling, and some would say, offensive, subject matter appealing. Some fans feel the story is the Starsky and Hutch version of the controversial Professionals story Consequences. In any case, the zine was mostly very poorly received.
- Encore by S. Soliste (1)
- Versailles by Pat Massie, poem (16)
- I Come to You in Gentle Need by Jackie Wagner, poem
- [[Surrender (Starsky & Hutch story)}Surrender]] by Paula Smith (the first non-con in the fandom, and one of the very few partner rape stories.) The editor notes: "Special acknowledgement to Billie Fowler for the inspiration from her story Brass Bed which sparked Surrender." (18)
- Boo-Boos by Ima Fool (42), winner of an Encore Award
Gallery:: Sample Images
Jean C., from "I Come to You in Gentle Need"
Rebuttals and Inspirations
Reactions and Reviews
See reactions and reviews to Surrender.