Sanctuary (Beauty and the Beast zine)
|Publisher:||CABB (Classic Alliance of Beauty and the Beast)|
|Editor(s):||Linda S. Barth, Barbara Hill, Peg McNabb & Terrie Milliman|
|Fandom:||Beauty and the Beast (TV)|
|External Links:||online flyer archived by the WayBack Machine|
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Sanctuary is a het Beauty and the Beast anthology. It was edited by Linda S. Barth, Barbara Hill, Peg McNabb & Terrie Milliman, members of CABB (Classic Alliance of Beauty and the Beast).
Note: One of the author's names is spelled a variety of related ways in this zine, which differ from online: Terry Pepe, Teri Pepe....
The first three issues were sold by subscription and published in the Fall and Spring of each year. In issue #4, the editor said the zine would no longer be subscription and would be published once a year.
From a flyer in Of Love and Hope #4:
CABB, the Classic Alliance of Beauty and the Beast, is proud to announce that subscriptions are now available for an exciting, new, magazine-format B&B zine called "Sanctuary." Designed and edited by CABB's founders -- Linda S. Barth, Peg McNabb, Terrie Milliman, and Teri Peppe -- "Sanctuary" will offer stories (3 or more per issue), art, poetry, feature articles, celebrity interviews, games, craft activities, zine info (new publications and Golden Oldies), movie and theatre reviews, ads, humor, and more! Each issue will average 65-70 pages, and, as with all publications issued under the CABB banner, "Sanctuary" will feature Classic material exclusively.
"Sanctuary" will be published twice yearly, in October and April, with the inaugural issue being mailed to subscribers in time for Samhain, a date of special significance to B&B fans! We're very pleased that "Sanctuary" will present new material by several of the leading writers and artists in Classic fandom. The October '96 issue includes Rosemarie Hauer, Teri Milliman, Edith Crowe, Peg McNabb, Jessie Gurner, Teri Peppe, and Linda S. Barth; future issues will feature many addtional writers and artists from among our very talented fan community.
Many issues will have a special theme, with most -- but not all -- material focusing on the chosen topic. For the first "Sanctuary," the theme will be "Masques," that wondrous time "when the walls between the worlds grow thin." Within its pages you'll find further stories of Vincent and Catherine as they experience the magical beauty of that special night; a presentation of the legends and traditions of Samhain; a fascinating exploration of the concept of "soulmates"; a celebrity interview with Caitlin O'Heaney, B&B's Brigit O'Donnell; beautiful art; and much more.
Are you interested in exploring and enjoying the newest Classic publication in B&B fandom? If so, then please join us in "Sanctuary"!
Yearly subscriptions to "Sanctuary" will consist of two issues (including postage) at the following rates:
$20 for current CABB members.
$23 for non-members.$30 for a combination subscription and annual membership to CABB.
Sanctuary 1 was published in the fall of 1996 and contains 105 pages. The cover is by Teri Milliman.
- The Wall Between the Worlds by Edith Crowe (reprinted in The Wings That Fly Us Home)
- The Walls Grew Thin, part one by Teri Pepe
- Excerpts from a Diary by Edith Crowe
- On Her Side of the River by Sue Glasgow
- Prophecy by Linda Barth
- Magic by Jessie Gurner
- Memories of Childhood by Jessie Gurner
- A Deeper Joining by Rosemarie Hauer
Sanctuary 2 was published in the spring of 1997 and contains 95 pages. Covers by Terrie Milliman.
- A Commentary by Elaine Landman (1)
- Dancing Lights by Peg McNabb (4)
- Central Park, a City Within the City by Rosemarie Salvatore (5)
- Memories of Childhood by Jessie Gurner, art by Terrie Milliman (8)
- Girlfriends by Jessie Gurner, art by Terrie Milliman (11)
- Excerpts from a Diary by Edith Crowe (12) (reprinted in Dancing Waters)
- A Deeper Joining by Rosemarie Hauer, art by Hauer (28)
- Double Talk by Lady Uhnde Tramp, art by Pam Tuck (35)
- Episode Notes to "Temptation" by Terry Pepe (38)
- The Classic Collection: Zine Reviews by Linda Barth (51)
- On Her Side of the River by Sue Glasgow, art by Sandy Shelton (53)
- Linda Campanelli, Behind the Scenes by Linda Barth (96)
- Easy Does It Vincent T-Shirt by Terrie Milliman (96)
- Classic Classifieds (97)
Sanctuary 3 was published in fall of 1997 and contains 115 pages.
Contents: stories, articles & interviews. The interviews are conducted with Jay Acovone, & Margaret Bessera-Prentice. There is a "lost scene" from Linda Campanelli & Shelly Moore from their episode "A Gentle Rain" (originally titled "Above the Scepter'd Sway). Avril Bowles has written an article about 'Elliot Burch', Terry Pepe has Episode Notes on "Remember Love", and there are stories from Pat Paone & Linda Barth. There is several pieces of art from Rosemarie Hauer, including 1 of V&C, and 1 of Devin.
Sanctuary 4 was published in the spring of 1998 and contains 120 pages. It is subtitled: "Enchantments."
It was edited by Linda S. Barth and the assistant editor was Barb Hill.
The covers are by Terrie Milliman and the interior art is by Rosemarie Hauer.
The editors apologize for this issue's lateness, and they announce a new publishing schedule; rather than twice a year, it will be published once a year, as well as being sold as an individual issue rather than a subscription.
- Magic, fiction by Jessie Gurner (1)
- Fantasy, Credibility, and Crime, article by Edith Crowe (4)
- David Schwartz!, interview conducted at Reflections on July, 1997 by Peg McNabb (talks about Ron Perlman meeting Frank Sinatra, confirms that Perlman does not have a cameo as himself in BatB...) (9)
- All I Need to Know About Life I Learned from Vincent, essay by Maureen T. Mahon (16)
- Script-Tease, trivia (17)
- Ms. Found in a Tunnel, poem by Edith Crowe (18)
- Different Worlds, fiction by Jessie Gurner (23)
- Eric Weiss, interview conducted at Reflections on July, 1997 by Peg McNabb (40)
- Together, poem by Angelique Van hetkaar (47)
- Episode Notes to "When the Bluebird Sings" by Terry Pepe (48)
- Dreams, fiction by Jessie Gurner (58)
- Peg's Quotable Quotes, collection by Peg McNabb (73)
- The Walls Grew Thin, part two by Teri Pepe (76)
- The Game, created by Terrie Milliman (120)
- Classic Classifieds
Sanctuary 5 was published in the fall of 1998.
This issue of Sanctuary was published in July 1999 and contains 90 pages.
The art is by Terrie Milliman, Rosemarie Hauer, and Renate Haller.
It was the last issue.
Contents: articles, poetry, art, an article profiling Vincent, reprints of "Celebrity Doodles" that were created during a charity project at the B&B Con in 1997. The Doodles feature several of the series regulars, including Jay Acovone, Edward Albert, & Tony Jay. The stories range from 'G' to 'Adult', including an "X-Files/Beauty and the Beast" crossover, and also a filksong from Julie Pike.
From the editor:
As many of you know, for several years “Sanctuary” has been the literary zine written and illustrated by several members of CABB. During that time, we’ve been pleased to bring you fiction, feature articles, interviews, art, poetry, movie and theatre reviews, humor, games, and crafts activities, all based on Classic themes from the beloved show “Beauty and the Beast.” At one time, “Sanctuary” was published twice yearly, but with the demands and responsibilities of life taking their toll on many of the zine’s principal writers, unfortunately we have found it necessary to cease publication on a regular basis. In order to avoid disappointing all the wonderful CABB members and others who have been so enthusiastic and supportive of our efforts, we promise not only to continue but to expand our publishing efforts online. Please check our website and keep in touch with us so that if and when another issue of “Sanctuary” is ever published, we’ll be able to let you know all the details. One of our favorite writers, Edith Crowe, has a very long story that she anticipates completing in time for next year’s con in LA, so there’s always hope...
- Introduction by Linda Barth (1)
- Profile of Vincent by Masako Katoh (2)
- Secrets, story by Joyce Fuller Kleikamp (3)
- Doodles, photocopies of doodles by some of TPTB that were auctioned at the convention, Reflections (18)
- Knowing is Loving, poem by Angelique van het Kaar (19)
- The Walls Grew Thin, part three, story by Teri Pepe (This includes extensive author's notes. Pepe also writes that "I must acknowledge Sue Glasgow and her zine When the Phoenix Sings. There is a scene in part two blatantly taken from (and expanded upon, albeit with a twist) Sue's story. They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and that certainly was my intent writing it. I always wanted more of that scene and I suppose this is my way of getting it. Some very precious moments of my BATB imagery come from Sue's work, and many other fanfic authors -- Linda Barth, Lynette Combs, Pamela Garrett and Diane Davis, to name a few.") (20)
- Words to Sigh By, quotes for Vincent and Catherine (58)
- more Doodles (60)
- Buried Treasure Found: A 1988 Article and Interview with John Mansbridge, Beauty and the Beast Set Designer (reprinted from "Music Up," a set design magazine, November 1988) (61)
- On a Pedestal, story by Teri Pepe ("Note to the readers: This is for all the fans whoever felt that Vincent kept Catherine on a pedestal far too much. I hope it will help change your perspective. Just a warning - this is adult mind-candy, pure and simple.") (66)
- Beginnings, poem by Peg McNabb (78)
- Love Remembered, vignette by Teri Pepe (79)
- Salvation, filk by Julie Pike (84)
- Eye of the Beholder, story by Barb Hill (85)
- More Words to Sigh By (87)