And Death Shall Have No Dominion (Beauty and the Beast zine by anonymous)

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Zine
Title: And Death Shall Have No Dominion
Publisher: Stephanie Wiltse
Editor:
Author(s): anonymous
Cover Artist(s):
Illustrator(s):
Date(s): 1997
Medium: download and print
Size:
Genre:
Fandom: Beauty and the Beast
Language: English
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And Death Shall Have No Dominion is a 400+ page novel written by anonymous and published by Stephanie Wiltse. It was the first Beauty and the Beast zine available primarily as a download, though print copies were also sold by the publisher.

Reactions and Reviews

This SND zine has a familiar premise—amnesiac Catherine sequestered for years after the events of 3rd season; Diana keeping silent in doubt that Catherine will ever recover, not wanting to get Vincent’s hopes up; Vincent in a downward spiral of loss and grief—but you’ve never seen it better or more thoughtfully done. The anonymous author writes with pro confidence and authority to produce a multi-layered, perceptive rendition of many fans’ fondest dream—Catherine’s restoration to Vincent. Diana gets compassionate, perceptive Michael (remember Michael?) as a consolation prize. Vincent here does little but suffer, but he does so persuasively; Diana is well characterized. Catherine’s heart is wiser than her memory-deprived mind, and it takes her some time to fully believe in what she feels—that she and this strange...person have an abiding connection that nothing can alter.

SND fans will want and enjoy this zine.

It’s being made available in an unusual way: downloaded from the internet. The URL is <http://www.albany.net/~steffw/nodom/>. A sample section can be read free before you decide whether or not to order. You’ll also need the password and the (free) plug-in, Adobe Acrobat Reader, to read the file. Instructions on downloading are available on Stephanie’s URL. Downloading the zine costs $25, payable by credit card.[1]

References

  1. ^ Helpers' Network Quality Fanzine Review -- 1997, Archived version