Hysterical Historicals

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Title: Hysterical Historicals
Publisher: Crevichon Press
Editor(s): Sue aka The Android
Date(s): 1996
Medium: print
Fandom: multifandom
Language: English
External Links: Passion Play As Lucifer Fell
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This 66 page zine featured two slash stories with historical settings by Sue aka The Android, packed with accurate period detail and described as 'for true romantics only'.

Passion Play (25 pages) (The Agony and The Ecstasy)

It is 1512, and Michelangelo Buonarotti is dragged away from his almost-completed work on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel on the pretext of designing sculptures for an obscure provincial garden. However an unexpected encounter with his patron, Giuliano della Rovere, suddenly brings into context their many years of often bitter rivalry and presents them with new dilemmas that must be solved - together.

As Lucifer Fell (36 pages) (Les Miserables)

It is 1832, and Jean Valjean is languishing close to death when the intervention of the supernatural brings to his side the one man with whom he has longed to make his peace. Javert's life, too, is in ruins; dragged back from the brink of suicide he is now faced with living in a world which seems increasingly to revolve around his feelings for his former enemy, and that knowledge terrifies even him.