I.D.I.C. (Star Trek: TOS and TNG zine)
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Star Trek: TNG
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For a disambiguation, see IDIC.
I.D.I.C. is a gen Star Trek: TNG and Star Trek: TOS anthology.
I.D.I.C. 1 was published in 1991 and contains 174 pages. Cover: Cindy Barnard, Juanne Michaud.
- The Eleventh Hour (TOS) by Karla Taylor, p.3 - 18
- Interviews: James Doohan; George Takei; Nichelle Nichols, p. 19-37
- Spider's Web (TNG) by Traci Dowen, p. 38-60
- Reviews: Trek Novels by Michael Ruff, p. 60-76
- Pon Farr (TOS) by Juanne Michaud, p. 78-95
- Puzzles & Games, p. 96-110
- Something in Common (TOS) by Jeanne E. McGrew, p. 111-113
- What is a Starbase? by Kevin Seeley, p. 115-116 (article)
- Branches of Starfleet by Kevin Seeley, p. 117-118 (article)
- Spock in Three Parts by Kevin Seeley, p. 120-121 (article)
- Silent Cry (TNG) by Halsey Taylor, p. 122-141
- Art & Poetry, p. 142-159
- Filk: Old Trekkie by Barbara Mater
- Lavender Blue (TOS) by Karla Taylor, p. 160-173
I.D.I.C. 2 was published in 1992 and contains 231 pages." On the cover: "An Infinitely Diverse Star Trek & Next Generation Zine." Cover: Cindy Barnard.
- The Roses of Picardy by Karla Taylor (tells the story of Picard being flung into the past of his homeland) (TNG)
- Paradise by Halsey Taylor (TNG)
- One Ordinary Day... With Ferengi by Juanne Michaud (TNG)
- The Vulcan's Prophesy by Halsey Taylor (TNG)
- When the Stars Are Right by Karla Taylor (number three in a trilogy) (TNG)
- Interview with Walter Koenig by Michael Ruff
- Time Flies by Michael Ruff won a 1993 FanQ (TNG)
- Caverns of the Mind by Michael Ruff, Anne Muscarella, and Jeff Kaste (collectively written build-a-story which features Kirk struggling to deal with his emotions and a strange alien race after the Janice Lester incident) (TOS)
- Had a Dream by Bobbie Thompson Grende
- Biographies and Art Gallery
- art by Cindy B., Nan N., Jamaica F., David Lawrence, Yvonne Bowhay, Juanne Michaud, and Karla Taylor.
- bruinhilda.tumblr, April 2, 2016