Relay (Star Trek: TOS zine)
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|Publisher:||Janet Hunt & R. Merrill Bollerud|
|Fandom:||Star Trek: TOS|
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Relay 1 was published in 1980 and contains 121 pages.
- Editorial (1)
- None There Embrace by Connie Faddis, art by Gayle F (Spock/McCoy story of Plak Tow) (reprinted from R & R #3) (4)
- A Friend in Need by Gerry Downes (reprinted from Obsc'zine #1) (42)
- And Thou Beside Me by Carol Hansen, art by R. Merrill Bollerud (reprinted from R & R #3) (42)
- Speculation by Lora Rene (reprinted from R & R #4)
- Mr. Spock, Would You Care to Dance? by Toni Cardinal-Price, art by Mike Eason (reprinted from The Sensuous Vulcan) (47)
- Vulcan Bride] by Johanna Cantor, art by R. Merrill Bollerud (reprinted from The Sensuous Vulcan) (52)
- Encounter in Xanadu by Marie A, art by Beverley Zuk (reprinted from R & R #3) (A story of of the Mirror, Mirror Kirk and a terrified young revolutionary. Mirror Kirk finds himself changing after a forced mind-meld with his Spock. Having captured a resistance fighter, he forces himself upon her, but the rape turns to tenderness.)(sequels are "The Seed" and "Change in the Mirror" in R & R #8 and #9) (58)
- What Henoch Did by Paula Smith, art by Anji Valenza (reprinted from Interphase #2 (1975), then again in Menagerie #9 (1976)) (79)
- Limericks by various, art by R. Merrill Bollerud (85)
- For Anita Bryant Fans by "Jo" (reprinted from Obsc'zine #3) (86)
- Long Way Home by Eileen Roy, art by Virginia Jacobson (reprinted from The Sensuous Vulcan, where it is labeled slash) (87)
- So This Is Love by Gerry Downes (reprinted from Alternative #1) (93)
- Just Between Us by Gerry Downes (reprinted from Alternative #1) (94)
- Speculation by Lora Rene, art by Beverly Zuk and Mike Eason (reprinted from R & R #4) (95)
Reactions and Reviews: Issue 1
See reactions and reviews for Speculation.
See reactions and reviews for None There Embrace.
See reations and reviews for Encounter in Xanadu.
Relay 2 is the zine K/S Relay #2.
Relay 3 was published in 1981 and contains 84 pages.
- A Lesson in Perspective (Reprinted from Warped Space #20) (54 pages) by Connie Faddis, art by Roo.
- Dust to Dust (Reprinted from Mahko Root #1) (26 pages) by Gerry Downes, art by Lee Sullivan.
About "A Lesson in Perspective":
- "A classic story, suggested for reprinting by Leslie Fish. A post-Turnabout Intruder story which traces the effects of being in a woman's body on James T. Kirk. Born into a man's body, with that view-point in life, Kirk finds that being forced into a woman's body causes shock, physically and mentally. He also learns that sexuality is simply a matter of perspective." -- from the editors of Classified Assignments #1
- "A Lesson in Perspective" is a story suggested to me by Leslie Fish as a classic well worth reprinting, when I read it, it blew my mind. It is a powerful story with strong imagery and as a study of the problems of male and female role play is unsurpassed." -- from the editors of Relay
About "Dust to Dust":
- "The Federation insists on annual physicals, to Mela Duncan and Jason, this seems like a waste of time, but events on their distant planet prove the need for help from Starfleet as Kirk, Spock and McCoy search for Jason." -- from the editors of Classified Assignments #1
- "Dust to Dust" is a favourite story of mine, the characterisation is superb, among the best in the fandom. A comment I heard about this story was that one of the strongest characters in the story never appears, which is very true, but the memory of that character remains long after you have read the story." -- from the editors of Relay
Reactions and Reviews: Issue 3
See reactions and reviews for Dust to Dust.
See reactions and reviews for A Lesson in Perspective.
Relay 4 is the zine K/S Relay #4.