Foster-child of Silence and Slow Time
|Title:||Foster-child of Silence and Slow Time|
|Fandom:||Starsky & Hutch|
|External Links:||online here|
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It was originally in Code 7 #4 and has been archived online.
Reactions and Reviews
Suzan doesn't stop with being a terrific artist. This brief story of hers is just not a bit ESP to think about, but a perceptive view of the inside of Hutch's head from two points of reference. Maureen's illo adds emphasis to the fear. 
If you go to the slash archive you can see a great, and short, example of this in action, by reading Suzan Lovett's "Foster Child of Silence and Slow Time" -- this is a story with no body contact, no passion, no undying declarations of love, but it is a slash story. It is also a *real* story in every sense of the word. You must read this story to appreciate its genius. 
Oh. Knowing what was to come from the very first line made this one almost to painful to read. Beautifully done, Suzan. Collandra was a marvelous character and here, you've brought him back to disturbed, disturbing life. Thanks so much! 
- from Ruth Kurz in Tell Me Something I Don't Know! #4
- comment by Flamingo Do slash writers think of slash writing as risk-taking? (June 22, 2000)
- from DP Patricks at Starsky and Hutch Archive