Changing Channels

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Zine
Title: Changing Channels
Publisher: Pressed for Time Press
Editor(s): Kathy Keetch
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Medium: print
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Genre: gen
Fandom: multimedia
Language: English
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Changing Channels is a gen multi-fandom anthology.

Issue 1

Changing Channels 1 was published in 1991.

cover of issue #1

Issue 2

cover of issue #2

Changing Channels 2 was published in 1992 and contains 101 pages. Its subtitle is "Reruns Pre-empted."

This zine has no interior illos.

  • A Typical Fanzine Story by Natasha (Ren & Stimpy) (i)
  • Filling the Vacuum by Hunter Dunn (Star Trek: The Next Generation) (1)
  • Mirrors by Susan Adrian (Nightmare Café) (12)
  • Leapin' Limericks by Jill Lundberg (Quantum Leap) (22)
  • Night of the Living Law by Margaret Hynes (Night Court/Dark Justice) (23)
  • Debits and Credits by Linda Tomazi (Star Trek The Next Generation/Dead Again/Henry V) (41)
  • Bijou Theatre (Who knows? The listings are always wrong, anyway!) by ?????????? (99)
  • The Music Channel: Silken Red Hair, filk by Hunter Dunn (Star Trek: The Next Generation) (32)
  • Blake's 7 Express, "does not have to be performed on roller skates," musical (Blake's 7/Starlight Express) by Andrea Fish-Webber (33)
  • Commander Data's Flash Cards 1 by Keith Tomazi and Evelyn Adrian (Star Trek: The Next Generation) (38)
  • Cult Double Feature, story by Fauna Mckay (Ren & Stimpy/Rocky Horror) (39)
  • Yesterday, filk by Kathy Keetch and Hunter Dunn (Quantum Leap) (40)
  • There's No Justice Here, Either, humorous poem by Jill Lundberg (Dark Justice) (51)
  • STNG Drinking Song by Hunter Dunn (57)
  • Moonlight Cantata by Kathy Keetch (Beauty & the Beast/PDQ Bach) (66)
  • What a Stud by Kathy Keetch (Hook/Samurai Cat) (84)
  • A St. Nick’s Carol by Mary Mostly (Dark Justice/Charles Dickens) (89)
  • The Course of Human Events by Margaret Hynes (Star Trek The Next Generation/Nightmare Café) (52)
  • MacLeap: The Other Side by Jill Lundberg (Quantum Leap/MacGyver) (companion piece to a story in the first issue) (58)
  • Commander Data's Flash Cards 2 by Keith Tomazi and Evelyn Adrian (72)
  • Any Thief’ll Do by Evelyn Adrian (Blake's 7) (73)
  • Create Your Own Quantum Leap Story by Laura Kyro (Quantum Leap) (79)
  • A St. Nick's Carol, or Christmas May Be Blind But It Can Carol in the Dark by Mary Mostly (80)
  • Justice May Be Blind, But It Still Has Teeth (Nick Knight (TV movie)) (88)
  • Picture This by Evelyn Adrian (Quantum Leap) (95)
  • The Wizard's Apprentice, or Abracadabra and Back Again by Kathy Keetch (Lord of the Rings/Fantasia) (97)

Issue 3

cover of issue #3

Changing Channels 3 was published in 1993 and is 126 pages long. Its subtitle is, "Channel Surfing."


Issue 4

cover of issue #4

Changing Channels 4 was published in 1994 and contains 160 pages.


Issue 5

front cover of issue #5
back cover of issue #5

Changing Channels 5 was published in 1995 and contains 112 pages.


Issue 6

Changing Channels 6 was published in 1996.

cover of issue #6

It is subtitled: "The History Channel." The stories are in the chronological order in the time they take place in. Some of those dates are included below.

  • Shanidar by Clerind Requa (Doctor Who, 50,000 B.C.) (1)
  • Ace by Hunter Run (Doctor Who, 10,000 B.C.) (6)
  • Best Fries in Egypt by Clerinda Requa (Silverberg's "Thebes of the Hundred Gates/Nightmare Café, 1350 B.C.) (9)
  • Claudius by Eliza McKay (I, Claudius filk, A.D. 41) (16)
  • Immortality's Steel by clara Mitchell (Davis' "Silver Pits"/Highlander, A.D. 70) ) (17)
  • Shimmering Samite by Mary Wetzel (Camelot, A.D. 550) (27)
  • I, Cadfael by Eliza McKay (I, Claudius/Brother Cadfael, A.D. 1139) (29)
  • Secrets of the Confessional by St. John Nepomuk (Lives of the Saints, A.D. 1393) (36)
  • A Model for Murder by Dorothea Tucker (The Agony and the Ecstasy/Columbo, A.D. 1510) (37)
  • Haymarket Riot by Mary Wetzel (Mozart/P.D.Q. Bach, A.D. 1764) (53)
  • L'Eremita by Eliza McKay (Barbara Hambly's "Those Who Hunt the Night", A.D. 1852) (61)
  • Black Sheep by Dorothea Tucker (Have Gun Will Travel, A.D. 1870) (67)
  • The Silent Man by Joe Spavodik (Words of Wisdom, A.D. 1871) (80)
  • The Night of the Grandson by Kathy Keetch (The Wild, Wild West/Kung Fu, A.D. 1873) (81)
  • Reproductions by Kathy Keetch (Kung Fu: The Legend Continues/A&E's Titanic , A.D. 1912) (97)
  • Bourbon Street by Hunter Dunn (Vampire Jazz poem , A.D. 1927) (110)
  • The Greatest Story Never Told by Kathy Keetch (The Man from UNCLE/Star Wars) (111)
  • Goin' to Toronto, filk by Linda Tomazi (115)
  • The Night of the Wolf by Catherine Mostly (The X-Files/The Wild, Wild West)
  • Welcome to the Hotel Transylvania by Mary Shapiro (Vampire Convention)
  • Alive on the Nightside by Margaret Hynes (The Nightstalker/Kindred: The Embraced)
  • River Ghosts by Clara Mitchell (seaQuest)
  • Lennifer's Song to Delenn by Hunter Dunn (Babylon 5)
  • The Mark of Chakotay by Margaret Mostly (Voyager/Zorro)
  • Minuet for a Ship's Engineer by Hunter Dunn (Star Trek: TOS)

Issue 7

cover of issue #7

Changing Channels 7 was published in 1997, contains 97 pages, and is subtitled: "Honey, I Shrunk the Zine."