Lore (Star Trek zine)

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Zine
Title: Lore
Publisher: Astrex, then Bill Hupe
Editor(s): Roslyn von Werstak
Date(s): 1989
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Medium: print
Size:
Genre: gen
Fandom: Star Trek: TOS & Star Trek: TNG
Language: English
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You may be looking for the Star Trek: The Next Generation character, Lore.

Lore is a gen Star Trek: TOS and Star Trek: TNG fiction fanzine. The title recalls Data's android brother, Lore. It was published in Australia and is 90 pages long. Originally published by the Astrex club, the "fanzine co-ordinator," and author of the issue's editorial, was Roslyn von Werstak.

Contents:

  • Endgame (Future STAR TREK TOS) (14 pages)
  • The Garden by Roslyn Paterson (Saavik story) (2 pages)
  • Kitamar (STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION) (12 pages)
  • The Conspiracy (STAR TREK TOS) (3 pages)
  • To Hold A Dream (STAR TREK TOS) (10 pages)
  • Sweet Dreams (STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION) (4 pages)
  • Sparring Partners (STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION) (3 pages)
  • Games (STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION) (8 pages)
  • Shanz-O—The Dictionary (STAR TREK TOS) (8 pages)
  • Crossroads (STAR TREK TOS Draft Television Script) (13 pages)
  • Excuse Me, But How Do I Get To The Future From Here? (Con story) (4 pages)
  • The Tree (Science Fiction) (5 pages)

Reactions and Reviews

Lore is Astrex's first attempt at a fanzine and it succeeds admirably. A good mixture of stories from 'To Hold A Dream" to "Kitmar"'. "The Garden" shows us a Saavik not quite able to shake off her past; "The Tree" gives us hope for the "what if" we fear for our world today. Two successful round robins show what various members can do. Any more? While 'Shanz-O' is a welcome reprint from SPOCK. This story gives further insight into Spock. He does see more than we think. I enjoyed all these stories. Buy one for yourself. [1]

References

  1. ^ from Beyond Antares #33