Foster-child of Silence and Slow Time

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Title: Foster-child of Silence and Slow Time
Author(s): Suzan Lovett
Date(s): 1987
Genre: slash
Fandom: Starsky & Hutch
External Links: online here

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Foster-child of Silence and Slow Time is a slash Starsky and Hutch story by Suzan Lovett.

It was originally in Code 7 #4 and has been archived online.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. [1]


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. [2]


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! [3]


  1. ^ from Ruth Kurz in Tell Me Something I Don't Know! #4
  2. ^ comment by Flamingo Do slash writers think of slash writing as risk-taking? (June 22, 2000)
  3. ^ from DP Patricks at Starsky and Hutch Archive