Proposed Zines/I

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  • I Don't Know How We're Going to Get Out of This One (Star Wars, "edited by Kate Birkel, will follow Lucasfilm guidelines, artists, we are seeking original, creative ideas for a Solofolio," 1985)
  • I May Be Seeing Things, But I'm Not Crazy (from an ad: "I keep having these visions of a one shot fanzine devoted to the Canadian program 'Seeing Things...")
  • I Too Am a Ghost (1984, a collection of Virginia Waldron's work (Dark Shadows only?), Pandora Publications)
  • If Looks Could Kill ("The character is female, age mid 30s, drives a 1974 four-door sedan, and carries two small pistols." This zine's proposer says to let him know if "you'd like to find out more about what happens to this character" -- fandom not specified.)
  • If the Walls Could Talk! (1996, Forever Knight, a funzine. The idea is to tell the story through the imaginary "eyes" of an inanimate object. Keep in mind, because the object is inanimate, your story must revolve around the immediate area in which the object is." Forever Knight Canada)
  • Illusions (1991, K/S, alternative universe)
  • Immortalized in Print (first proposed in 1993, still proposed in 1995, Highlander, from Whatever You Do, Don't Press, "A zine of stories based in the Highlander universe, but with other media characters as Immortals. For example, have you ever wondered why MacGyver could never kill Murdoc and get him to stay dead? He's an Immortal, of course. Thomas Magnum's wife really did die in Vietnam, but she's an Immortal, allowing her to show up later in the series. Are you getting the drift? Starsky got shot three times, and recovered, and boy, was he ever surprised when he found out why he lived! Take your favorite media character and put him or her in the HI universe. Then send that story to me!")
  • Imperial Probe (1994, Star Wars, genre not specified but most likely gen, stories, art, articles, essays, potential faned lived in England)
  • Immortal Beloves ("Tentative title, an all Highlander slash zine. Oblique is now seeking submissions for this new project. Requirements are that stories be m/m slash between two immortals. (This means no Duncan/Dawson unless some other immortal — say Methos — joins in.) Pairings of Duncan/some other immortal (good or bad) are highly encouraged. Pairings of other immortals such as Methos/Darius or Conner/Ramirez are fine, too. Pairings with Richie are discouraged unless well enough written to sway the editor. Crossover universes are also not encouraged, but again the editor is open to persuasion. There are no restrictions on story content — the editor likes everything from S/M to true love to death stories to hurt/comfort - but solid pieces with good characterizations are much preferred over short vignettes. No poetry or artwork please. Tentative submission deadline: March 1st, 1997. Tentative publication date: MediaWest (May) 97.")
  • Immortal Sentinel (The Sentinel, Shar, 2000s, AngelWing Press)
  • The Immortality Trap ("a Trek fantasy novel by Nadya Emmanuel," to have been published by Walking Carpet Press, 1982)
  • In Harm's Way (JAG, gen)
  • In Review (1998, a LoC multimedia zine review newsletter, to have been published by Linda Knights and Knightwriter Press, see flyer image above)
  • In the Balance (Battlestar Galactica, a novel by Don Lewis, "the Council of the Twelve overrules Adama and sends a small fleet to contact the inhabitants of a newly discovered world," 1984)
  • Impossible Knight (1996, Forever Knight, "the zine where all things that could never be seen on screen can be brought to life. If it's not possible because of the Forever Knight story bible, then it belongs here. No normal story will be accepted!," Forever Knight Canada)
  • Incoming Traveller (2001, Stargate SG-1, LHGraphics, gen, up to R-rated)
  • Incompatible With Military Service? (1993, m/m and f/f, "A new War of the Worlds slashzine proposed by Omega Squad Press is seeking submissions - fiction, art, poetry, story fragments, missing scenes, pretty much anything goes, as long as it's slash! Please, no heterosexual stuff." See flyer above.)
  • Independent Fool (1983, gen, Remington Steele, Knight Rider, see The April Fool Special#The Proposed Zine, "Independent Fool")
  • Infinite Universe ("soliciting the opinions of all ST fans on the current 'wave' of K/S stories in fandom," 1978)
  • Infirmary (Orion Press, 1996, "a new Bashir fanzine... The zine will focus on the exploits (romantic and otherwise... okay, mostly romantic!) of our favorite doctor. Flashbacks, unseen scenes, episode follow-ups, and mirror universe stories are welcome; Crossover stories are not encouraged... No 'adult' material, but tastefully seamy is fine.")
  • Innuendo (multimedia, slash, was scheduled for Virgule 1994, was to have a Suzan Lovett cover and fiction from Professionals, Wiseguy, Blake's 7, Star Trek, Buckaroo Banzai...)
  • Inside I.F.F. (Scarecrow and Mrs. King)
  • The Intragalactic Horseman (1979, Anji Valenza advertises in Warped Space #40: "it will cover all breeds of riding animal from any planet that anyone cares to dig up." The plan was a three time yearly publication.)
  • Insight (Sentinel, Rogue, AMC Press, 2000s)
  • Inspired Lunacy (1985, Star Trek, "We are eagle [sic] to please all members of Trek fandom and do not center our publication around any one character or theme. Something for everyone!" M.C. Pehrson)
  • Internal Reflections (Star Trek: TNG, "zine in the tradition of Distorted Reflections")
  • Into the Sunmist (Star Trek: TNG, gen)
  • Inuit Tales (1995, due South, "G to PG-13 ratings, no "/" (h/c in moderation only)," editor was Deb Walsh)
  • Invincible (2005, still listed in the works in 2007, gen, "a Starsky/Hutch series of stories", Agent With Style)
  • Invisible Mysteries (Star Trek: TOS anthology to be published by Orion Press, edited by Pony Peake, April 1997, "withdrawn by mutual decision")
  • Istari Axanar (Star Trek and Science Fiction, was to be a 150-page anthology, printed offset, stories and articles by Jane Aumerle, Lynn Mims, Ginna LaCroix and others. Art by Pat Munson, D.L. Collins, Carol Shuttleworth, and others. Poetry by Mary Ann Emerson, Paula Smith, Susan Burr, and others. A story by Jane Aumerle called "Five O'Clock in the Shade" which ended up in Menagerie #17 in 1981. From a statement by Shuttleworth in Interstat #34 -- "Special notice to those who ordered "Istari Axanar": Due to myriad rewrites (and other problems) the publication of Axanar has been held up much longer than I expected. My co-editor, Mary Ann Emerson, has been in charge of publication since summer, 1977, and I have had no control over this zine beyond story editing. The latest word from Mary is that Axanar has finally gone to the printers. A few of the pages have to be redone, but it really will be coming out, folks! Some of you may be having trouble getting in touch with me, due to a number of moves in the past couple of years (see above new address). I wish to thank each and every one of you for your patience, and please accept my apologies for the long wait.")
  • It Came from Behind the Filing Cabinet (1990s, gen, multimedia, Fenris House, "Just what it sounds like! A little bit of everything left in the files, tossed like a literary salad, served up in a single volume. Digest format. illustrated by Frank and Barbara," see flyer image above)
  • It Was a Dark and Frisky Night ("Mysteries, brooding country manors, things that go bump in the night")
  • It Won't Be Easy (Star Cops, gen)
  • It's My Sidearm, I Swear (2001, Stargate SG-1, het, "Fanzine dedicated to the relationship between Colonel Jack O'Neill and Major Samantha Carter. From G- to R-rated. Alternate universe stories accepted." Criterion Press)
  • It's Us, the Good Guys (Starsky & Hutch, 1991, slash, Extortion Press)
  • I've Got Trek in My Heart (Trek, filk, 2000, Unicorn Press, "the third in our series of unforgettable tunes by Borden, Dain, Shaffer-Shiring, and Hayden, joined by Louise Bracken and Jim McClure")