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  • Falconer (Star Wars, 1980, from an ad in Jundland Wastes #1: "Expected publication: MediaWest*Con. Art will be expected until May 2. 1981. Tentatively scheduled fiction by Brian Garner, David Gordon, Pat Nolan, Terri Rogers; poetry and filks by Jani Hicks, Tia Nichols, Sheila Paulson; art by Mary Bloemaker, Gordon Carleton, Paulie Gilmore, Joni Wagner, Dot Sasscer, Michael B. Smith and Deb Walsh," "During a business trip in 1980, I found myself suddenly head over heels once more with Star Wars. As I'd grown older, I'd gone from total infatuation with Luke Skywalker to a growing affection for Han Solo. The name Falconer suggested itself to me, and I started making plans for the zine. I even bought artwork for the cover, and it has never been published. I honestly can't remember why I didn't do the zine - lack of submissions, perhaps? Or it's quite possible I was distracted by some new passion. I had a lot of new zine plans at the time, and I ended up changing jobs not long after Mos'Eastly Con that year, and really none of the new zines I'd been planning at the time came to be. A year later, I'd become hooked on Blake's 7, and all bets were off for most of the decade." -- My Life in Fandom - Deb Walsh's Zines - Planned Titles That Didn't Happen, Archived version)
  • Falcon's Force (Star Wars, "learn of Han Solo and the C.B. Bootleggers who defy the Empire -- and Darth Vader, to boot!" 1983)
  • Fantasm (Star Wars, Star Trek by Chimera Publications, 1980)
  • The Final Curtain Affair (Man from U.N.C.L.E., "By Tami Marie, Illustrated by KOZ. Sepheran won't rest until he's had his revenge upon the two men who ruined his life — and with the help of a fellow ex-con, he plans to carry out his long awaited plot, by doing what no other man, woman or Thrush has ever been able to accomplish, by killing the Solo-Kuryakin friendship. Slated for late summer 1994.," Otter Limits Press/The Presses)
  • Firebase Ladybird (gen, 1990 and also in 1992, Tour of Duty fiction)
  • First Case (gen, Simon and Simon, 1986)
  • First Year (gen or slash, Pros, 1997, Whatever You Do, Don't Press, "Finally, Diane Morris is busy writing a series of twelve stories chronicling Bodie and Doyle's first year of partnership. These stories will be presented in two zines, both lavishly illustrated by Suzi Lovett. The first "First Year" zine will be ready in December, 1996/January, 1997, so watch for it.")
  • Five & Six (1995, Doctor Who, "a zine devoted to Doctors portrayed by Peter Davidson and Colin Baker. Needs straight material. No minimum requirements, usual submission guidelines. Disks in WP or DOS okay. Deadline is October '95. Catsarenits Productions, Brenda Cunningham")
  • Flashzine (1992, publisher was Gemma Files, "soliciting sexually explicit stories (straight, "/", whatever) based on the 1980 film Flash Gordon, to 6000 words. Deadline January 1993")
  • Flesh Wound (Starsky & Hutch, gen or slash, 1990, C. Hunter)
  • Flights of the Liberator (gen, Blake's 7, Rose City Press, 1993)
  • Flippin' (media and science fiction other than Star Trek, 1978, Hungry Tribble Press)
  • Flitter Litter (Pern, one about "flitter antics from the flitter's point of view")
  • Frankly Piked (Wiseguy)
  • For a Father's Love (Battlestar Galactica novel, 1983, by Ann Buchman, "An action-adventure novel focusing on fathers and sons: Iblis and Tithony, Adama and Apollo, Apollo and Boxey.")
  • For Barter Only (Stingray newsletter/letterzine)
  • For Some Time to Come (K/S)
  • For the Love of Spock (early 1978, out of the UK, a zine in response to the rumor that Spock wasn't going to be a character in the new movie or the proposed television series: "Zine submissions solicited. I'd like to do a zine dedicated to the strong protection that fans feel for the character of Spock, eg. copies of letters to Paramount justifying/begging for him to be in ST 2, or articles in general summing up why the character has created such an effort and will always remain a unique and immortal part of STAR TREK. Any comments on the relationship subject with Kirk and McCoy, drawings, poems etc.")
  • Forceimages (1986, Galactic Winds Press, "a Star Wars art zine, a totally new difference in fanzines. A gallery style zine of work by artists only.")
  • Fore 'n' Aft (Star Trek, adult non-K/S zine, 1985)
  • Forever Knight Cookbook (1996, "everything you need to have on had in the kitchen for those nights when you have a guest with "exotic" tastes to feed. Filled with recipes of things mentioned on the show, as well as a special section on "blood" foods for the discriminating vampire palette!" Forever Knight Canada)
  • Forever Undecided (1996, Forever Knight, "an irreverent collection of humor based on the idea of Nick achieving his goal of regaining his mortality, and discovered it's not all he thought it would be." Forever Knight Canada)
  • Fraternizing Among the Stars (Star Trek: Voyager, 2000, Unicorn Press, stories involving the relationship between Commander Chakotay, and Lt. Tom Paris, erotic, romantic, or otherwise.")
  • Freedom! (Braveheart, slash, one was to be a Sentinel crossover)
  • Frisky Island ("People visiting a Fantasy Island-type of resort where anything goes")
  • From Me to You Fantasy ("a one-shot fiction Beatlezine... to reassure potential readers, no Mary Sues will be printed,"1981)
  • From the Hart (1985, "A one-shot dedicated to Mark Hammill's delightful performance in the Broadway musical Harrigan 'n Hart." DMC Press)
  • From the Log of the Red Dwarf (1992, Red Dwarf, Firetrine Press, "Sorry, we cannot accept submissions from holograms, but we can accept from almost anybody else, including genetically altered cats."')
  • Fully Functional (Star Trek TNG, X-rated, het)
  • Fusion: 1957-Fission: Impossible ('a Martin Landau and Barbara Bain zine of art, fiction, photos, and articles "on both of the Landaus from all the things they have done.")
  • Future Wings Front Row Center (Star Trek: TOS and Star Wars, a third issue of Future Wings, 1980)