The Adama Journal
|Title:||The Adama Journal|
|Editor(s):||J.R. Janoski & Christopher L. Simmons|
|Fandom:||Battlestar Galactica (1978)|
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It ran for thirteen issues. After issue thirteen, it became Tales of the Galactica.
The Adama Journal 1 was published in 1979.
The Adama Journal 2 was published in 1979.
The Adama Journal 3 was published in 1979.
The Adama Journal 4 was published in 1979.
The Adama Journal 5 was published in 1979.
The Adama Journal 6 was published in 1979.
The Adama Journal 7 was published in 1980.
The Adama Journal 8 contains 18 pages and was published in the spring of 1980.
- Convention report (3rd SF, Horror and Fantasy Convention in Los Angeles)
- The Death That Lived by Elaine Christiani
- Leave of Absence Part 1 by Lillian Carl
- Trail to Earth Part 1 by Christoper Simmmons
The Adama Journal 9/10 contains 38 pages was published in August 1980.
- Editorial with news and comments.
- Interfleet Broadcast - Classified, pen pal listings, letters
- Artisan by Christopher Simmons and Elaine Christiani
- Daughter of Aset by Susan Wilt
- False Dreams by Pat Hailey
- Starbuck's Return - Review of Galactica 80 episode by Lillian Carl with photographs
- Battlestar Galactica mini-poster
- Retrospective - A look at the three most popular episodes with photographs
- Leave of Absence by Lillian Stewart (part 1 was published in issue #8)
- Trail to Earth by Crhsitopher Simmons (part 1 was published in issue #8)
The Adama Journal 11/12 was published in October/November 1980. It has at least 25 pages.
The Adama Journal 13 was published in 1981 and contains 60 pages, along with two photos of Jane Seymour.
- Lost in a Lost World by Christopher Laird Simmons (also reprinted later as a standalone novel)
- other unknown content
Best Of Issue
The Best of the Adama Journal was published around 1989 by Christoper Laird Simmons through Mindset Press.
- Solace by Lillan Carl (Apollo and a woman find tenderness in each other's arms, helping to relieve each other of mutual losses.)
- Counterpoint in Black and Crimson by Lillian Carl (An adventure where Apollo and Starbuck must procure supplies from two warring planets ruled by very headstrong and devious women.)
- Starbuck's Gamble (The earstwhile Lieutenant s seduced by a woman who pits the Galactica against the Cylons and profits from the encounter, enjoying Starbuck's charms in the bargain.)
- other fiction by Anna Buchmann, Stephen Knepp, and Elaine Christiani
- art by Jon Netherland and Guy Brownlee