The Collected Starsky and Hutch Stories of Alexis Rogers

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Title: The Collected Starsky and Hutch Stories of Alexis Rogers
Publisher: Alexis Rogers & Elaine Hauptman
Editor(s):
Date(s): Spring 1996
Series?:
Medium: print
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Genre: slash
Fandom: Starsky & Hutch
Language: English
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frontispiece by Connie Faddis -- it is the only art aside from some clip art, in the zine
front cover, cut at an angle which allows one to see only the butterfly portion of the underlying frontispiece

The Collected Starsky and Hutch Stories of Alexis Rogers is a slash Starsky & Hutch 130-page fanzine. The frontispiece is by Connie Faddis.

It is the Earliest Starsky & Hutch Fiction Posted Online

In the author's notes to the zine in 1996, she comments:
With a certain amount of new interest in "Starsky and Hutch," both in the paper arena and cyberspace, I thought it would be fun to pull all the stories together and reprint them in a zine format. I had thought about putting the stories on the 'net but changed my mind after I spent some time exploring the fiction available at various websites and mailing lists. I am not comfortable with the lack of security and privacy currently in place on the 'net and so will not be placing my fiction in this environment -- at least for now.

In 1997, the author posted most of the zine's contents at what would become The Starsky & Hutch Archive, making it the first Starsky and Hutch fiction posted online.

A Warning Statement: Print Zine

The print zine includes this warning:
WARNING: This publication contains explicit descriptions of sexual acts between two men. (Cost of Love contains a rape scene.) If you are offended by this type of material, please do not purchase this zine or read it's contents.

The Lengthy Disclaimer: Print Zine

This is an amateur publication, solely for the enjoyment of those of us who care, and is not intended to infringe on any copyright or other legalities of Aaron Spelling, Leonard Goldberg, David Soul, Paul Michael Glaser, Jim Croce, William Blinn, Michael Fisher, Bob Kelljan, Michael Fisher, Parke Perine, Mann Rubbin, Dick Moder, Art Hindle, Ron Friedman, Arthur Norman, Don Wes, Peter D. Maclean, Michael Conrad, Michael Mann, Tom Bagen, Sutton Roley, Colby Chester, Steven Nelevansky, Joe Reb Moffley, Paul Simon, Simon and Garfunkel, Dustin Hoffman, Freddie Mercury, Queen, Dan Fogelberg, Jamison Parker, Gerald McRaney, Brahms, Regulations in the uniform Code of Military Justice, Frank, Vinnie, & Roger (just for the hell of it), Acuff-Rose Publications, Warner Brothers, Twentieth Century Fox, Electra Records, Pye Records, RCA Records, Capitol Records, Dot records, Cadence Records, Andy Williams, Mike Curb Productions, Magnum Force Records, Mercury/Polygram Records, Margared Embry Records, Malpaseo Productions, Bowling Green music, peso music, Bud's Red Hot Music, Wood Holly Music, Table Music, Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd., EMI Music pub. Ltd., Garrett Music Enterprises, Everly and Sons Music, the Keystone Family Singers, Pat Boone, East clintwood, Sandra Locke, Clyde, Linda Ronstadt, Tom Cruise, Mel Gibson, Karen Carleson, Cliff Richards, Bernie Ballantine and/or Bernie Schwartz, Glenn Campbell, Carol King, Margie Bowes, the shaking Pyramids, Joe Melson, Jessie Lee Turner, Tanya Tucker, Johnny Rivers, Warren Zevon, Joey Paige, Terry Slater, John Durrill, Larrie Londin, Ralph Gallant, Albert Lee, Pete Wingfield, Dickie Thompson, Ray Burkhart, Angelo don de Vito, Pat Anthony, Jay Lacy, the Everly Brothers, Don Everly, Phil Everly, or anydamnbody else that I might have overlooked.

From the Author's Notes: Print Zine

This project started several months ago when Elaine found a piece of one of my stories on her desk. While I was looking for the rest of it in the filing cabinet, I pulled out some other stories and read them. It was fun, like a trip down memory lane remembering the time in which I wrote these things and the special people who edited, published, and illustrated my stories.

As I've watched "Starsky and Hutch" fandom grow and become a stable part of fandom over the last twenty years. I am pleased to have been a part of the group of people I think contributed to some of the best fiction ever written to the fandom library.

"Starsky and Hutch" is a love story about two men who happen to be cops. When I watch the show, I see that love and the tests that go with the love. Hutch appears to need Starsky to prove the love over and over because I'm not sure Hutch ever believes it can be real, whereas Starsky knows from the first moment that the love they share is real and something he wants forever. He still gets angry and still pushes Hutch, but the love never wavers.

The only other aired television show that I've seen come close to S&H is "Wiseguy," which actually takes the relationship, on screen, to a higher level. What is it about cops that makes for good relationship adventures?

"Cost of Love" was my first endeavor into the world of slash fiction and I had not planned for it to be anything but the story of Starsky and Hutch in Vietnam, the war being a more important issue for me than any type of sexual relationship. However, Starsky had other plans and since it was his story, it was told at his direction.

Contents

Reactions and Reviews

See reactions and reviews for February 2nd.
See reactions and reviews for Fifty-Five Cents.
See reactions and reviews for After the Ping Pong Ball Bounced.
See reactions and reviews for The Butterfly Bush.
See reactions and reviews for Starsky's Law.

Sample Interior

References