Moonlight and Mists

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Zine
Title: Moonlight and Mists
Publisher:
Editor(s): Lucy Cribb
Date(s): 1985
Medium: print
Size:
Fandom: Starsky and Hutch
Language: English
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cover by TACS, interior art gallery below

Moonlight and Mists is a slash Starsky and Hutch zine of art and poetry. It contains 60 pages. Front cover by TACS. Inside cover art by J. Jones.

From the Editorial

The book you hold in your hands represents a dream I have had for our fandom for years. (Since I saw the beautiful art and poetry portfolio for Harry and Johnny to be exact/) I don't know about you, but the first thing I do upon a receiving a zine is to scan for the art, for my taste there is never enough. It was that desire to see more that prompted "Moonlight and Mists." I wish to thank all of my contributors, for your patience and your support, so many times you rallied after a hastily scribbled note [on an envelope] to a frantic phone call, every one of you came through.

Contents

In alphabetical order:

Art Gallery

Below is a representative sample from each of the many artists who contributed to the zine's artwork.

Reactions and Reviews

"I [Ruth Kurz] am proud to be a part of this beautiful collection of poetry and artwork; even more proud to have, apparently, inspired it. What a lovely surprise. Each poem is handsomely accented by a portrait, skillfully paired by the editor, who sometimes wrote poems inspired by the pictures. Although I like them all, I have a few special favorites. 'Symbiosis' and its perfect portraits are lovely, especially the ones ith 'Status Quo,' 'Bitter/Sweet,' and that final Starsky. [name redacted] Starsky is so perfect with 'What Happened.' 'Road to Damascus' and its lovely illo show the birth of a deeper love. And best of all is Suzan Lovett's breathtaking portfolio of The Champion and The Other, climaxing with that gentle one with "Sunrise" which I was fortunate enough to see in color at the Paul Muni art show. This zine is a welcome addition to anyone's collection." [1]

References

  1. from Between Friends #12