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Zine
Title: Off the Record
Publisher: Ashton Press
Editor(s): Ann Wortham
Date(s): 2004-2007
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Medium: print zine
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Genre: slash
Fandom: Stargate SG-1
Language: English
External Links: Off the Record at Ashton Press
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Off the Record is a slash Stargate SG-1 fanzine.

It is an all Jack/Daniel sister zine to the gen AU and “through the quantum mirror” type zine, Splinters.

Summary

From the publisher: "The existence of alternate realities has been firmly established as “canon” on the show. Authors have taken an episode and rewritten it in some way, creating an alternate universe. Or they have written a completely original tale about an alternate reality SGC. What-ifs or alternate universes altogether!"

Issue 1

cover of issue #1

Off the Record 1 was published 2004 and has 183 reduced print pages.

Awards: 2005 FanQ Winner

Contents: Novellas and short stories by Kiva, Montana1416, Graculus, Starblade and J.M. Griffin.

  • Prophecy (36 pages)
  • The Tomb Of The Forgotten Queen (28 pages)
  • Bring Me To Life (40 pages)
  • A League Of A Different Color (15 pages)
  • Journey’s End (49 pages)

Issue 2

Off the Record 2 was published in 2005 and is 98 pages (62,200 words) long. Color cover by Cat's Meow Creative Arts.

cover of issue #2
  • Eight Seconds to Paradise by J.M. Griffin: Somehow, no matter the reality, Jack and Daniel still find each other … and their destiny. (14 pages)
  • A Stargate Story by Leah Rosenthal (11 pages)
  • Jack's Revenge by Leah Rosenthal (1 page)
  • Almost Like Being in Love by Montana1416: Another nice, long novella from Montana. In another reality, Jack and Daniel meet as teenagers and fall in love. But circumstances separate them. Twenty years later, many relationships after Jack O’Neill and still looking for “the one,” Daniel Jackson decides to take a journey back to find his first love … even at the expense of leaving what might be his greatest discovery ever behind. The Stargate. (37 pages)
  • Binary Roles by Icarus: Col. Jack O’Neill doesn't believe in second chances, least of all when it involves the impossible, improbable, or just damned unlikely. Yet six months after his death, there was Daniel, Mr. Improbable, walking down the ramp. He knew there had to be a catch. Wouldn't you know the fine print turned out to be Thor and Daniel's final "good deed." (7 pages)
  • Hold Me by Sistine: A novella. Nirrti is determined to destroy SG-1 and joins forces with Baal to obtain genetic material to further her experiments. After Daniel’s return from ascension, his memory is still not fully returned, but he has finally recalled a previous relationship with Jack and they have renewed their life together … but a special virus engineered by Nirrti may conspire keep them apart forever.(34 pages)

Issue 3

Off the Record 3 was published in 2007 with two full length AU novellas. Color cover by Cat’s Meow Creative Arts. Color back cover by Montana. Interior artwork by Montana and Leah Rosenthal.

cover of issue #3
  • 25 or 6 to 4 by Montana1416: A novella. Bad weather, a mission gone wrong, a chance encounter in Central America … Jack O’Neill never joined the Stargate program but in the end fate still bound him to Daniel Jackson.
  • Without Question by Sistine: A novella. The Kelownans and Jonas Quinn will do whatever it takes to gain the knowledge they need from Daniel Jackson … but Daniel just isn’t cooperating. (winner of a 2008 FanQ)