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Title: Relativity
Publisher: Relativity Press/Buffalo Leg Scrapers
Editor(s): Elaine Gustainis and Jill Hargen
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Relativity is a gen anthology of connected short stories taking place that focuses on the premise that many of the people on TV are related. Relativity is a universe of its own, which crosses over Remington Steele, Scarecrow & Mrs. King, Equalizer and a number of other fandoms. It was conceived and is "owned" by one person, but others have written stories set there.

The shared universe is called "The Cousin Universe". A glossary for the universe can be found here.

Some art by Mariann Howarth is here.

From a July 1993 ad in GAZ: "Have you ever noticed how Lee Stetson of "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" looks a lot like Andy Travis of "WKRP in Cincinati who in turns looks a lot like Murphy Michaels of "Remmington Steele" who also looks a lot like Skip Charmichael of "Salvage One"? And have you also noticed how.al of them resemble Scot HcCal of "The Equalizer and Alan Hunter of MTV fame? There's actualy a very good explanation for this: they're COUSINS! Relativity is about these characters and their very large family, the far-flung Michaels clan. If you like cross-over stories, then this is the zine for you!"

From the Editorial in Issue 1

It started out as a joke. Really. After we learned James Read would no longer be on Remington Steele, I wrote my own version of the "Murphy Leaving the Agency" story. Pat Gonzales was kind enough to print it in Steele Files. But that wasn't enough.

Murphy was such a "nice" guy. It was hard to get used to not having him around. Then, suddenly, we started discovering other "nice" guys. WKRP had just started its syndicated run here in our area and Elaine was watching it (with headphones on so as not to disturb anyone). One day she had to share with me Andy Travis' cute buns. After that we all started watching the show and guess what? Andy was a "nice" guy too.

Then Scarecrow and Mrs. King premiered. I remembered Bruce Boxleitner from "How the West Was Won" as a scrawny kid with long, stringy hair and a funny-looking nose. I guess I missed the last season, because suddenly this boy grew up. Now, as Lee, he was playing a "nice" guy and doing a great job.

Elaine then decided that Joel Higgins must be a cousin as well. After a long campaign to put him in the family, I relented, but insisted on a character. I didn't want a cousin Joel, and I didn't think Edward Stratton from Silver Spoons fit into the family tree. So we brain stormed and remembered Salvage One. Thus, Skip entered the scene.

Now comes the joke. We were talking about these men and how they were so totally wonderful they must be related. Funny, right? I thought a little story would be enjoyable. I wanted to put them all together in some kind of western setting, say a rodeo. Out of that, and a few throw-away lines from WKRP, came "Reunion."

When I wrote this epic, Scarecrow was still in its first season. We'd been given very little of Lee's background other than the fact that he was an orphan and had been raised by an uncaring uncle who was life-time military. So I made up a history. Unfortunately, the writers decided they needed to supply some of that information too. Only they got it wrong. I guess they hadn't read "Reunion."

The cousin universe is definitely different than the aired Scarecrow world. However, I feel vindicated in that Scarecrow was never consistent with their facts. I guess they didn't think anyone would notice if they gave Lee three different ages when he was orphaned, or that suddenly his mother was British, yet he had a red-necked uncle named Clayton. We still don't know how he was related.

In any case, that was the beginning of the cousin universe. As time went on, more and more people joined the family. It was hard to keep going back to "Reunion" and make sure they were all mentioned, so I quit trying. Anybody who doesn't appear in the story just didn't make it that year, I suppose.

I placed "Reunion" first in the zine since it was written first. You should really read it first. The rest of the stories are placed in chronological order of when they take place, not when they were written. They shouldn't be too hard to follow. If you get confused along the way, there is a family tree...

Issue 1

Relativity 1 was published in May 1992 and contains 201 pages. Fandoms included are REMINGTON STEELE, WKRP IN CINCINNATI, SCARECROW & MRS KING and EQUALIZER. On the cover, "Wouldn't you like to be a Cousin too?"

Interior art by Mariann Howarth, Joy Riddle, J. Jordan, and Robin Cloward.

cover of issue #1, Annita K. Smith
  • TWENTY MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Jill
  • TWENTY MORE MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Elaine
  • REUNION (Glorieta, July 1984) Story by Jill Hargan (56 pages)
  • FINALE (San Diego, Spring 1961) Story by Jill Hargan (4 pages)
  • BEGINNINGS (Glorieta, July 1961) Story by Jill Hargan (32 pages)
  • THERE AND BACK AGAIN (Glorieta, July 1962) Story by Jill Hargan (3 pages)
  • THE MEETING (Los Angeles, Fall 1964) Story by Maura I. Kelly (7 pages)
  • THE PARTING (Glorieta, May 1965) Story by Jill Hargan (3 pages)
  • COUSIN PRIMER By Robin Cloward (2 pages)
  • BIG COUSIN/LITTLE COUSIN (Glorieta, 1972) Story by Marianne Evensen (5 pages)
  • TRADING SECRETS (Los Angeles, 1972) Story by Gina Martin (7 pages)
  • A FRIEND IN NEED (Los Angeles, 1975) Story by Jill Hargan (4 pages)
  • REQUIEM (Glorieta, August 1980) Story by Jill Hargan (2 pages)
  • A MEMBER OF THE FAMILY (Denver, Christmas 1984) Story by Annita K. Smith (16 pages)
  • THE CASE OF THE BURGLED VENDING MACHINE (New York City, 1986) story by Maura I. Kelly (8 pages)
  • ROCK-A-BYE (Cincinnati, March 1988) Story by Annita K. Smith (5 pages)
  • OH, NO, WE'VE CREATED A... (Los Angeles, 1995) Story by Maura I. Kelly
  • THE PAST IS STEELE WITH US (Cincinnati/New York City, Spring 1994) Story by Jill Hargan (30 pages)
  • EPILOGUE New York City, Spring 1994) Story by Robin Cloward
  • GLOSSARY By Elaine M. Gustainis

Issue 2

cover of issue #2, Mariann Howarth

Relativity 2 was published in 1993 and contains 219 pages. Fandoms included are REMINGTON STEELE, WKRP IN CINCINNATI, SCARECROW & MRS KING and EQUALIZER. Interior art by Joy Riddle, Annita K. Smith, Mariann Howarth, and Robin Cloward.

  • TWENTY MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Jill
  • TWENTY MORE MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Elaine
  • REUNION III: IT'S STEELE A SMALL WORLD, MURPHY (Anaheim, Fall 1986) Story by Jill Hargan (30 pages)
  • THE WEDDING (Bel Air, February, 1965) Story by Maura I. Kelly (8 pages)
  • RITES OF PASSAGE {Elkridge, Spring 1970) Story by Jill Hargan (3 pages)
  • HOME IS A WOUNDED HEART (Glorieta, Fall 1971) Story by Jill Hargan (3 pages)
  • THE CASE OF THE JAMESTOWN WEED (Glorieta, January 1972) Story by Marianne Evensen (27 pages)
  • MURPHY'S STEELE (Los Angeles, January 1985) Story by Annita K. Smith (28 pages)
  • NIGHTMARE (Arlington, Fall 1985) Story by Annita K. Smith (22 pages)
  • A LITTLE PIECE OF LUCK (San Diego, April 1987) Story by Maura I. Kelly (3 pages)
  • ALWAYS SOMETHIN' THERE TO REMIND ME (Aspen, April 1987) Story by Elaine M. Gustainis (14 pages)
  • WE GATHER TOGETHER (Rockville, November 1990) Story by Jill Hargan (19 pages)
  • THE LETTER (Glorieta, Spring 1994) Story by Maura I. Kelly and Jill Hargan (4 pages)
  • MISTAKEN STEELE Los Angeles, Summer 2000) Story by Jill Hargan (28 pages)
  • (APOCRYPHAL COUSIN STORIES) MICHAELS BY MOONLIGHT (Santa Monica, Somewhere Near the Pier, Summer, Later that Same Day, 1993) Story by Robin Cloward (7 pages)
  • GLOSSARY Anaheim, 1993) By Elaine M. Gustainis


Issue 3

cover of issue #3, Joy Riddle

Relativity 3 was published in 1994 and contains 300 pages. Fandoms include REMINGTON STEELE, WKRP IN CINCINNATI, SCARECROW & MRS KING, The Real Ghostbusters, and EQUALIZER.

  • Cover Art by Joy Riddle. Other art by Robin Cloward, Brenda Wagner, Joy Riddle, Annita K. Smith, and Mariann Howarth.
  • TWENTY MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Jill
  • TWENTY MORE MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Elaine
  • REUNION II: GET ME TO THE CHURCH ON TIME (Santa Fe, Summer 1985) Story by Jill Hargan (42 pages)
  • DAS DEUTSCH SCARECROW CUCKOO (Cologne, Germany, Spring 1976) Story by Marianne Evensen (28 pages)
  • DREAMS END (Houston, Summer 1977) Story by Jill Hargan (9 pages)
  • MADE OF STEELE (Los Angeles, Winter 1985) Story by Annita K. Smith (34 pages)
  • HOME FOR CHRISTMAS: STEELE STYLE (Los Angeles, Christmas 1985) Story by Annita K. Smith (3 pages)
  • STEELE WORKER ON THE LINE (Denver, Spring 1986) Story by Pat Gonzales (41 pages)
  • WRONG ASSUMPTIONS (Washington, D.C., Fall 1986) Story by Becky Condra (11 pages)
  • MOVING DAY (Rockville, Spring 1987) Story by Becky Condra (3 pages)
  • ECHOES OF THE PAST (Rockville/Glorieta, Spring 1995) Story by Brenda Wagner (6 pages)
  • A THEME FOR LIA (Los Angeles, Spring 1995) Story by Brenda Wagner (13 pages)
  • BIRTHRIGHT (Boston/Glorieta, SUmer 1995) Story by Jill Hargan (27 pages)
  • BAY CITY BABY BLUES (Bay City, March 1996) Story by Maura I. Kelly (14 pages)
  • HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS (Glorieta, Summer 1998) Story by Mariann Howarth (16 pages)
  • DOWNTIME Santa Fe, Summer 1999) Story by Annita K. Smith (3 pages)
  • MURPHY AND THE BRAIN (Washington, D.C., Spring 2000) Story by Sharon Dickerson (17 pages)
  • APOCRYPHAL COUSIN STORIES - JUST SAY NO, OR ME-OWWW? (Glorieta/Greenwich Village, SUmmer 1956, 57 & 87) Story by Eileen Roy (2 pages)
  • MOONDANCE (Santa Monica, Summer 1993) Story by Robin Cloward (10 pages) (The Real Ghostbusters)
  • POLITICALLY CORRECT (Washington, D.C., Fall 1995 & Spring 2295) story by Mark "Abdul" Torres (7 pages)
  • GLOSSARY By Elaine M. Gustainis

Issue 4

WKRP art from issue #4, MJRiddle
cover of issue #4, Kate Nuernberg

Relativity 4 was published in 1995 and contains 311 pages.

  • Cover Art – Kate Nuernberg
  • Twenty Minutes of Apology from Jill – i
  • Twenty more minutes of apology from Elaine – ii
  • Reunion IV: Lost, but steele found (Multifandom) – Story by Jill Hargan Art by Peggy Spalding (55 pages)
  • All Snug in their Beds (Multifandom) – Story by Annita K. Smith ( 7 pages)
  • Passing the Torch (Remington Steele/Scarecrow and Mrs. King) – Story by Jill Hargan (5 pages)
  • Ho Ho Ho, Boy!! (Quantum Leap) – Story by Annita K. Smith (5 pages)
  • Too Little, Too Late (Remington Steele/Scarecrow and Mrs. King) – Story by Jill Hargan Art by Mariann Howarth & Cathy L. (13 pages)
  • Meeting in the Middle (Scarecrow and Mrs. King) – Story by Becky Condra Artwork by Mariann Howarth & Cathy (13 pages)
  • Legacy (Scarecrow and Mrs. King) – Story by Jill Hargan Art by Cathy L. (5 pages)
  • A New Steele in theFfamily (Remington Steele) – Story by Sharon Dickerson (7 pages)
  • So Long, Farewell (WKRP) – 111 Story by Jull Hargan Art by Mariann Howarth (5 pages)
  • Family (Quantum Leap/WKRP/Remington Steele) – Story by Annita K. Smith & Jill Hargan Art by Annita K. Smith & Joy Riddle (30 pages)
  • Steele Like Old Times (Remington Steele/Hat Squad/Another World) – Story by Maura L. Kelly Artwork: Mike Cole & Joy Riddle (18 pages)
  • A Time to Heal (Scarecrow and Mrs. King) – (Annapolis, November 1998) Story Jill Hargan, Artwork Cathy L. (12 pages)
  • Photographs and Memories (Quantum Leap) – Story by Annita K. Smith (10 pages)
  • You’re Steele My Little Girl (Remington Steele) – Story by Steve Kelley (23 pages)
  • Letting Go (Scarecrow and Mrs. King) – Story by Becky Condra, Artwork by Cathy L. (3 pages)
  • Solomon’s Wisdom (Remington Steele) – Story by Pat Gonzales (7 pages)
  • Apocryphal Cousin Stories
  • Blue Moon (Totally Made-Up Cousins) – (Los Angeles, 1993) Story by Robin Cloward (10 pages)
  • By the Light of the Moon (Lois and Clark/Multifandom) – Story by Elaine Gustainis, Art by Peggy Spalding (30 pages)
  • The Wolf Claw Medallion Mystery (X-Files/Multifandom) – Story by Gina Martin & Maura I Kelly, Art by Mariann Howarth & Annita K. Smith (18 pages)
  • Reunion CCCXII (Multifandom) – Story by Mark Torres (3 pages)
  • A Brief History of the Michaels Family –
  • Uncle Jake’s Eulogy Contest –
  • Glossary –
  • Family Tree Appendix I
  • Cast of Characters Appendix II
  • Timeline Appendix III


Issue 5

cover of issue #5, Annita K. Smith

Relativity 5 was published in 1996, contains 317 pages, and has cover art by Annita K. Smith. The interior art is by Brenda Wagner, Peggy Spalding, Joy Riddle, and Annita K. Smith.

  • TWENTY MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Jill
  • TWENTY MORE MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Elaine
  • HAZARDS OF THE JOB (Virginia Wilderness - Spring 1864) Story by Gina Martin (6 pages) (NORTH & SOUTH/WILD WILD WEST)
  • CHOICE OF THE HEART (San Diego, March 1948) Story by Jill Hargan (5 pages)
  • FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH Glorieta, April 1965) Story by Gina Martin (21 pages) (MAN FROM UNCLE)
  • BLOWIN' IN THE WIND (South Viet Nam, May 1965) Story by Maura I. Kelly & Gina Martin (15 pages) (EQUALIZER/TOUR OF DUTY/MAN FROM UNCLE)
  • THE BEST LAID PLANS... (Glorieta, June 1967) Story by Jill Hargan (12 pages)
  • MEMORIAL (Bel Air, May 1970) Story by Maura I. Kelly (4 pages) (RAGS TO RICHES)
  • NEPHEW (Various Locations, September 1984) Story by Diane Echelbarger (64 pages) (many fandoms)
  • LOOSE ENDS (San Francisco, December 1984) Story by Diane Echelbarger (7 pages) (many fandoms)
  • THE FIRST TIME Glorieta, July 1985) Story by Maura I. Kell
  • CIRCLE OF LIFE (Santa Clarita, February 1986) Story by Maura I. Kelly(3 pages) (many fandoms)
  • THE "I DON'T WANT TO SPOIL THE PARTY" AFFAIR (Bel Air, December 1986) Story by Gina Martin (8 pages) (MAN FROM UNCLE)
  • AN ANNOUNCEMENT (Arlington/Glorieta, June 1987) Story by Becky Condra (SCARECROW & MRS KING) (23 pages)
  • AND THE RESULTS ARE... (Arlington, September 1988) Story by Becky Condra (SCARECROW & MRS KING) (23 pages)
  • THE WATCH (New York, September 1990) Story by Maura I. Kelly (EQUALIZER) (17 pages)
  • SHAKE, RATTLE & STEELE (Los Angeles, January 1994) Story by Jill Hargan (8 pages) (REMINGTON STEELE)
  • ODD MEN OUT (Glorieta, July 1995) Story by Diane Echelbarger (HAT SQUAD) (3 pages)
  • STEELE ACCOUNTABLE (Los Angeles, May 1997) Story by Jill Hargan (REMINGTON STEELE) (31 pages)
  • TAPS (Annapolis, March 2005) Story by Jill Hargan (SCARECROW & MRS KING) (12 pages)
  • APOCRYPHAL COUSIN STORIES
    • ONE OF THE FAMILY (Normandy, France, June 1944 - Arlington, Spring 1987) Story by Tammy Parnell (SCARECROW & MRS KING/WONDER WOMAN/Mixed) (12 pages)
    • TO THE STARS (San Diego, April 1995) Story by Elaine Gustainis (LOIS & CLARK/SALVAGE ONE) (16 pages)
    • THE GHOST OF JACOB MARLEY MICHAELS (Various Locations, October-December, 1995) Story by Annita K. Smith (REAL GHOSTBUSTERS) (15 pages)
    • REALITY CHECK (Santa Fe, November 1995) Story by Annita K. Smith
  • ERORRS & OMISSIONS By Jill HARGAN
  • GLOSSARY By Elaine M. Gustainis

Issue 6

cover of issue #6, Peggy Spalding

Relativity 6 was published in 1997 and contains 188 pages. The art is by Peggy Spalding and Joy Riddle.

  • TWENTY MINUTES OF APOLOLGY From Jill
  • TWENTY MORE MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Elaine
  • REUNION V: NEW BEGINNINGS (Glorieta, July 1988) Story by Jill Hargan (15 pages)
  • CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE (Glorieta, December 1964) Story by Jill Hargan (RAGS TO RICHES) (4 pages)
  • SECOND CHANCES (Washington, D.C., February 1985) Story by Jill Hargan (SCARECROW & MRS. KING) (6 pages)
  • IT'S NOT STEELING, IT'S BORROWING (Los Angeles, June 1990) Story by Pat Gonzales (REMINGTON STEELE) (30 pages)
  • UNSPOKEN SACRIFICES (Cincinnati, November 1990) Story by Jill Hargan (WKRP IN CINCINNATI) (10 pages)
  • WEEKEND GETAWAY (Rockville/Pinetop, Fall 1994) Story by Erin Cady (SCARECROW & MRS. KING) (10 pages)
  • BROTHERS Albuquerque, July 1995) Story by Jo Seaver (HAT SQUAD/RAT PATROL) (7 pages)
  • THE HOMECOMING (Boston, July 1995) Story by Jo Seaver (HAT SQUAD) (2 pages)
  • REVERSAL OF FATE (Bay City, August 1996) Story by Maura I. Kelly (QUANTUM LEAP/ANOTHER WORLD) (9 pages)
  • THE ANNIVERSARY (Rockville, February 1997) Story by Erin Cady (SCARECROW & MRS. KING) (6 pages)
  • WATCHING AND WAITING Rockville, May 2006) Story by Becky Condra (SCARECROW & MRS. KING) (2 pages)
  • MERRY CHRISTMAS, BRIAN (Los Angeles/Denver, December 2010) Story by Steve Kelley (REMINGTON STEELE) (7 pages)
  • APOCRYPHAL COUSIN STORIES - THE SIGN OF THE WOLF CLAW (Los Angeles, October 1996) Story by Maura I. Kelly & Gina Martin (SHE WOLF OF LONDON/X-FILES/SOMETHING’S OUT THERE/PROFILER) (17 pages)
  • MYSTERY AT NEEWATOREE FALLS (Neewatoree Falls, April 1997) Story by Elaine Gustainis (LOIS & CLARK/SALVAGE ONE) (14 pages)
  • DISTANT CONNECTIONS (Delta Quadrant, Stardate 2423 Story by Annita K. Smith (STAR TREK: VOYAGER) (16 pages)
  • THE FATE OF THE WOLF CLAW (Delta Quadrant, Stardate 2423) Story by Gina Martin & Maura I. Kelly
  • TAG (Delta Quadrant, Stardate 2423) Story by Gina Martin (STAR TREK: VOYAGER) (2 pages)
  • REUNION...NOT! (The Year: 2260) Story by Mark Torres (BABYLON 5) (5 pages)
  • Glossary, Family Tree, Cast Of Characters, Timeline by Elaine M. Gustainis (16 pages)

Issue 7

cover of issue #7, Mariann Howarth

Relativity 7 published in 1998, contains 145 pages, and has cover art by Mariann Howarth.

  • TWENTY MINUTES OF APOLOLGY From Jill
  • TWENTY MORE MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Elaine
  • THE EAGLE HAS LANDED (Glorieta, July 1969) Story by Jill Hargan (Mixed) (8 pages)
  • ADVANCE TO STEELE (Los Angeles, June 1986) Story by Jill Hargan, Maura I. Kelly & Elaine Gustainis (REMINGTON STEELE) (24 pages)
  • THE POWER OF LOVE (Washington, D.C., September 1986) Story by Joanne Alper (SCARECROW & MRS KING) (21 pages)
  • PANIC IN THE SKIES (Albuquerque/Denver, August 1991) Story by Erin Cady (SCARECROW & MRS KING) (14 pages)
  • AMBER WAVES OF GRAIN (Hutchinson, Summer 1998) Story by Elaine Gustainis (Mixed) (18 pages)
  • STEELE MIXING BUSINESS WITH PLEASURE (Los Angeles, September 2020) Story by Maura I. Kelly (REMINGTON STEELE) (7 pages)
  • APOCRYPHAL COUSINS STORIES - THE PLAY'S THE THING (Glorieta, July 1991) Story by Sheila Paulson (12 pages) (The Real Ghostbusters)
  • THE WOLF CLAW MEDALLION INTERLUDE (Sunnydale, February 1998) Story by Gina Martin & Maura I. Kelly (SHE WOLF OF LONDON/BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER) (20 pages)
  • GLOSSARY By Elaine M. Gustainis


Issue 8

cover of issue #8

Relativity 8

  • TWENTY MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Jill
  • TWENTY MORE MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Elaine
  • REUNION VI: MURPHY'S LAW (Denver/Glorieta, July 1989) Story by Jill Hargan & Elaine Gustainis
  • THE NEIGHBORHOOD (Arlington, 1984-1987) Story by Cathy L.
  • MESSAGES (Washington, D.C., September 1984) Story by Cathy L.
  • THE ASSIGNMENT (Washington, D.C., March 1985) Story by Cathy L.
  • DINNER AND A VERY SPECIAL BOTTLE OF WINE (Washington, D.C., September 1986) Story by Jane North
  • THE NECKLACE (Washington, D.C., October 1986) Story by Cathy L.
  • NIGHTCRAWLER SCENE FILLERS (Washington, D.C., October 1986) Story by Cathy L.
  • BIRTHDAY (Washington, D.C., February 1987) Story by Bridget Frawley
  • THE ACCIDENT Arlington, March 1988) Story by Erin Cady
  • EMPTY ROOMS (Rockville, June 1989) Story by Cathy L.
  • QUARANTINE (Rockville, April 1996) Story by Jill Hargan & Elaine M. Gustainis
  • I STEELE DON'T LIKE YOU (Los Angeles/Mammoth, January 1997) Story by Maura I. Kelly
  • APOCRYPHAL COUSINS STORIES - THE WOLF CLAW MEDALLION INTERLUDE II (Sunnydale, April 1999) Story by Maura I. Kelly & Gina Martin
  • TIME, DON'T RUN OUT ON ME North Atlantic, April 1912) Story by Elaine M. Gustainis
  • GLOSSARY By Elaine M. Gustainis


Issue 9

cover of issue #9

Relativity 9

  • TWENTY MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Jill
  • TWENTY MORE MINUTES OF APOLOGY From Elaine
  • CLEVELAND ROCKS (Washington, D.C.,/Cincinnati, May 1980) Story by Elaine M. Gustainis
  • INGUISTICS 101 (Egypt, July 1980) Story by Elaine M. Gustainis
  • EMILY AND MRS. KING (Washington, D.C., August 1983) Story by Ann Mer
  • ALL FALL DOWN (Iraq, Germany, June 1986) Story by Cathy L.
  • REBUTTAL I TO REUNION VI: WHAT HAPPENED TO LEE? (Glorieta, July 1989) Story by Cathy L.
  • REBUTTAL II TO REUNION VI: HEY, WHAT ABOUT JENNY? (Glorieta, July 1989) Story by Erin Cady
  • MICHAELS' EDITION (Chicago, March 1999) Story by Erin Cady & Elaine M. Gustainis
  • APOCRYPHAL COUSIN STORIES - ACTION ZERO (Somewhere, Does it Really Matter?) Story by Mark Torres
  • GLOSSARY By Elaine M. Gustainis


Issue 10

Relativity 10

  • COVER ART by Cathy L.
  • TWENTY MINUTES OF APOLOGY from Jill
  • TWENTY MORE MINUTES OF APOLOGY from Elaine
  • REUNION VI: FLYING IS STILL THE SAFEST WAY TO TRAVEL (Nageezi, July 1990). Story by Elaine M. Gustainis & Jill Hargan
  • CROSSROADS (Glorieta/Washington, D.C., September 1954). Story by Jill Hargan
  • HAIRCUT (Glorieta, July 1960). Story by Jill Hargan
  • THE EMPTY HOURS (Los Angeles, February 1987). Story by K. Hanna Korossy
  • STEELE SECRETS (Los Angeles/Rockville, October 1990). Story by Christina Getrost. Story Idea by Cathy L.
  • MICHAELS' PEAK (Dante's Peak, July 1998). Story by Elaine M. Gustainis
  • STEELE ON TARGET (Anaheim, October 2001).Story by Marianne Evensen
  • APOCRYPHAL COUSIN STORIES
  • ROUND ROBIN COUSINS (Glorieta, Spring 1990). Story by All of Us
  • A WALK ON THE MOON (San Diego/The Moon, Spring 1997). Story by Mary F. Wardell