The K/S Scrolls
|Title:||The K/S Scrolls|
|Author(s):||"transcribed from Vulcanur Tokiel by T'Rhys, Ph.D."|
|Fandom:||Star Trek: The Original Series|
|External Links:||The K/S Scrolls|
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It was published in the print zine Scattered Stars #10 and later online.
"Rapunzel retold--sort of."
Reactions and Reviews
Cute little fairy tale, very different from mainstream K/S. with a touch of frivolity. Unexpected and enjoyable in small doses. 
What a charming, delightful fairy tale! I just loved the straight-faced humor. This is a story (prefaced with disclaimers by academics, etc.) on a scroll discovered in the tomb of Queen T'Xena, and of course I love that! I was impressed with every single aspect--so imaginative and fun. Each of our Star Trek characters fit in the story just right. "Princess Spock" is "six feet tall and homely." And T'Pau out shopping. I'm still laughing at these wonderfully silly things. Spock and his suitor and the way it all came about, and the happily ever after...I thoroughly enjoyed this. 
An enjoyable Vulcan version of Rapunzel,, with a dash of Wizard of Oz thrown in. I don’t mean to sound patronising when I say it is just the thing to read with your after dinner coffee, because we need to have light k/s as well as the hard, angst ridden stories. 
- from The K/S Press #27
- from The K/S Press #18
- from The K/S Press #103