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The K/S Press 88 (January 2004)
- contains 29 pages, comments on content from Legends #3, T'hy'la #6, #8, #12, #14, #15, #17, Beyond Dreams #6, Counterpoint #2, First Time #51, The Celebration Zine, Nome #8, see those pages
- ads for KiScon 2004 (March 26th-28) and K/S CONnections 2004 (August 20-22)
- an artist recounts how she wants to branch out into more explicit art and got on the internet for some good pictures
- excerpts from "Unintended" by Cimorene in Cyberdreams #1
- ads for songtapes #1-#7
- the editors say: We have something very important to say to all of you on the eve of this new year. Not only is it hard to believe that it’s the year 2004, but that your K/S Press is still going strong. There was a moment in time, when we thought the KSP might have breathed its last. But two wonderful things happened—one, Robin Hood took up the task of postmistress—no easy task!—and, two, a number of you rallied and began contributing your LOCs, Roundtables, comments, and news. It is difficult to express how important this is to the good of K/S fandom—but your efforts are the lifeblood! Dramatic, maybe. But the K/S Press would absolutely not survive without your efforts.
- many fan testimonials on what K/S means to them and how it helps them through troubled times, one example: A good K/S story can be a great way to calm your heart and soothe your soul, can't it? There is definitely room in our fandom for the stories that challenge preconceptions and are more emotionally difficult to read, but there's also something to be said for the kind of stories that ... are almost like someone you love cradling you in their arms and stroking your hair, crooning; it will be all ight. I have turned to K/S more than once during a difficult day or week, and it's always come through for me.
- a KiScon update: The dealer's room and orphan zine tables are really taking shape. More contributions come in every day, more folks notify me that they will be selling zines or other items in our dealer's room. If you have zines you want to recycle, let me know! The con takes a 15% commission from zines sold, but the rest goes to you to buy more zines!
The K/S Press 89 (February 2004)
- contains 29 pages, comments on material from Legends #3, First Time #6, #34, #48, T'hy'la #23, Nome #6, Charisma #17, KSX, Another K/S Zine, Prophets in the Wilderness, Broken Images, see those pages
- a note that a fan, Jo Savage, has passed away
- excerpt from "Freely Given" by Jenna Hilary Sinclair in First Time #54
- two fans' account of a convention that Leonard Nimoy was present
- some memorials for Jo Savage, who wrote as Jo'An and, along with Liz H., as Mildred Manhill
- MKASHEF Enterprises says it has updated its website and included flyers for all zines
The K/S Press 90
The content of #90 is unknown.