Talk:As I Do Thee

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I have a source that says this is the contents of issue #1, something that doesn't match the publisher's info. Any ideas of why? Or what this is?

  • And Our Tomorrows Drake, Cynthia
  • Seaside Rendezvous-An Interlude Fetter, Sharon
  • Love Instructor Bush, A. T.
  • This One's For You Roderick, Tere Ann
  • Secrets Scott-Ross, Jo
  • Control Rathbone, Wendy
  • Coming To Terms Helm, Deverly
  • Edge Of Certainty, The Gelfand, Alayne
  • Small Piece Of The Action, A Meek, Sue
  • Favors Williams, Lenore D.
  • I-Witness Fox, J. March
  • I'll See You In My Dreams Roderick, Tere Ann

--Mrs. Potato Head 13:19, 21 April 2010 (UTC)

I have the zine and will check the contents when I get home today. :) --Doro 14:40, 21 April 2010 (UTC)
Thank you, Doro! It's odd, those are some well-known authors, but I don't see any of those titles pop up on Fanlore in any other zines. --Mrs. Potato Head 14:46, 21 April 2010 (UTC)


Okay, my version of the zine contains:

  • Cover by Gayle F.
  • Thoughts by Patt (inside front cover)
  • After So Long by Alayne Gelfand 4
  • And Our Tomorrows by Cynthia Drake 5
    (art by Barbara Gordon)
  • Seaside Rendevous--An Interlude by [Sharon F] 18
  • Infinite Barriers by Renda Vick (poem) 30
    (art by Ann M. Crouch)
  • Love Instructor by A.T. Bush 31
  • Locus by Alayne Gelfand 42
  • This One's For You by Tere Ann Roderick
    (art by Virginia Lee Smith) 44
  • Royal Flush by Ann M. Crouch 64 (short dialog between Kirk and Spock; Spock plays Poker against Uhura and Nurse Chapel who are using a marked deck and Spock is losing the game and his clothes)
    (art by Virginia Lee Smith)
  • Corundum by Gene S. Delapenia 66
    (art by Stefanie Hawks)
  • Secrets by Jo Scott-Ross 67
  • Haven by J. March Fox 74
  • Control by Wendy Rathbone 75
    (art by Ann M. Crouch)
  • Just The Right Thing by alayne Gelfand 86
    (art by by Caro Hedge)
  • Coming To Terms by Devery Helm 87
  • The Edge Of Certainty by Alayne Gelfand 92
    (art by Merle Decker)
  • At Meditation by Gene S. Delapenia 118
    (art by Caro Hedge)
  • A Small Piece of The Action by Sue Meek 119
  • Favors by Lenore D. Williams 124
    (art by Bonnie Reitz)
  • I-Witness by J. March Fox 128
    (art by Eric)
  • Possession by Patt 134
    (art by Caro Hedge)
  • From The Dark Into the Light by Vivian Gates 135
    (art by Paula Mathai)
  • I'll See You In My Dreams by Tere Ann Roderick 156
    (art by [Maureen B])
  • An Instigation To Relate by Patt 167
    (art by Caro Hedge)
  • Pas Fini by Leslie Fish 178
    (art by Barbara Gordon)

Sorry for the horrible formatting! /o\ The numbers are the pages where the stories or poems start and the short stuff is mostly poems, sometimes with art. ETA: *facepalm* I could have made this a lot shorter if I had realized that the complete table of contents is already on the page as a scan. So, what the scan says! --Doro 18:30, 21 April 2010 (UTC)

Thank you for the TOC. I'm replacing it with what was there. Now, I'm wondering what the TOC that was there is for:
  • The Wedding by Chris Hoch - On Vulcan, a wedding is about to take place. Not the best moment for Kirk to ask Spock for a moment of his time.
  • In Sickness And In Health by Ida Vega - As Spock struggles to overcome the effects of a mysterious disease, his relationship with his bondmate undergoes some very serious thought.
  • A Question Of Love by Chris Hoch - Spock's decision to return to Vulcan after the 5-year mission wasn't accepted with much grace on Kirk's part. But now that Spock is back on board the USS ENTERPRISE, the old friends find themselves facing some truths that had been far too unacceptable to admit at the time of their parting.
  • The Heat by Dovya Blacque - Spock's re-education following his death and the fal tor pan isn't going as the healers and Sarek would prefer. Spock has many unanswered, not to mention unaskable, questions -- questions only Jim Kirk can help him answer.
  • Interlude by Ida Vega (A slightly A/U story!) - On Tarsus IV, a young Jim Kirk meets and falls in love with a gifted Vulcan musician. After a brief time together, Kirk is unexpectedly called away... only to return to Tarsus seven years later as captain of the USS ENTERPRISE at the request of the Vulcan ambassador to help rescue as many non-Tarsians, including his musician son, from the planet as possible before Governor Kodos can put them all to death.

Poetry: by Bonnie Chenowith, Lisa Curtis, Chris Hoch, L.A. Lee, Patt, Ida Vega

Art: by Shelley Butler, Anja Gruber, Virginia Lee Smith

--Mrs. Potato Head 19:18, 21 April 2010 (UTC)

We are not at our best today. Agentwithstyle says it's issue 21 and we already have it on the page. *headdesk* --Doro 19:57, 21 April 2010 (UTC)

  • grin* You're doing better today than I am. --Mrs. Potato Head 20:11, 21 April 2010 (UTC)

split issues out into subpages?

This is the 15th longest page on the wiki and looks like a good candidate for moving issue contents to subpages. How about As I Do Thee/Issues 1-10 and As I Do Thee/Issues 11-21? We could keep the reviews on the main page.--æþel 18:12, 31 July 2011 (UTC)

Splitting is good, but I think the reviews should stay on the page with the respective issues. --Mrs. Potato Head 18:20, 31 July 2011 (UTC)