Pick Me Up

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Title: Pick Me Up
Publisher: Mar Jan For Error Press
Editor(s): Margaret A. Basta
Date(s): 1992
Medium: print zine
Fandom: Beauty and the Beast (TV)/Remington Steele
Language: English
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cover of issue #1, Gerda Eackelaert

Pick Me Up is a het Beauty and the Beast anthology edited by Margaret A. Basta.

Issue 1

Pick Me Up 1 was published in 1992. It contains 50 pages of tiny print. Art information: cover by Gerda Eackelaert, no interior art.

It contains two stories and one poem.

  • The Stainless Steele Tunnel Brat Saves the World (Beauty and the Beast/Remington Steele) (a related story is in 'Neath the Sidewalks of New York)
  • King Size by A. Nanny Mouse, a Vincent/Catherine story (Beauty and the Beast)
  • Poesis Est Vinum Daemonum, poem by A. Nanny Mouse

Reactions and Reviews: Issue 1

This Classic zine mainly consists of a long story, "The Stainless Steele Tunnel Brat Saves the World," a B&B/Remington Steele crossover story continuing events dramatized in "The Stainless Steele Tunnel Brat" in 'Neath the Sidewalks of New York 1. Attempts continue to involve Catherine in responsibility for Steven Bass' death. Catherine is being framed. Laura, Remington and the rest of the RS crew are featured, as are Vincent and Catherine. Various characters make it to bed. In addition, there are two offerings by A. Nanny Mouse: a story, "King Size," describing Catherine's travails with uneasy sleeper Vincent; and a poem, "Poesis Est Vinum Daemonum," "(Poetry is the Devil's Wine") - limericks, some mildly risque, about people Below. [1]

Issue 2

Pick Me Up 2 was published in time for MediaWest 1992. It contains 50 pages of tiny print.

  • Menage a Trois, a Vincent/Catherine story
  • Menagerie a Troi, a Star Trek: TNG/Beauty and the Beast crossover