Tying Up Loose Ends (Harry/Johnny and Starsky/Hutch zine)

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Title: Tying Up Loose Ends
Publisher: Ruth Kurz
Editor(s): Marie A.?
Date(s): 1979
Medium: print
Fandom: Harry and Johnny
Language: English
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Tying Up Loose Ends is a 49-page sequel to Double Play, dealing with the potential familial relationship between John Davis and Ken Hutchinson.

On the cover: "The following stories, poems, and artwork are in direct response to the questions raised in the zine Double Play."

This content of this zine was also republished in Mixed Media.

A flyer: "What happens next? You write it! A proposed H/J and S/H zine. Looking for stories that answer the many questions raised in DOUBLE PLAY. Where does the S/H relationship go from here? What does Johnny find out in Kalamazoo? In Duluth? Do S/H ever visit H/J again? Do H/J ever visit S/H again? Because DOUBLE PLAY presented more than one possible sequel to A WEEK IN L.A., feel free to explore any probable branches for this zine, TYING UP LOOSE ENDS."


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