Eridani 6ERIDANI 6

edited by Randall Landers

ERIDANI is a Star Trek: The Next Generation fanzine which tries to capture the very essence of the new television series. There may be occasional violence, adult situations, nudity and rough language, but those instances are noted in the descriptions, and no age statement is required for this publication.

ERIDANI 6 features

"Just a Shell" -- by Chris Dickenson. It tells of Riker's and Worf's tribulations following a shuttle crash on a jungle-covered planet. As they struggle to survive, each must face master their greatest fears.

"Sweet Are Stolen Waters" -- by Barbara Robertson. A short vignette has the command crew of the Enterprise encounter a Human cultural scientist eager to return "home" to the Klingons.

"Belle Dame" -- by Kaye Dunham. An erotic action-adventure story involving a special Deltan, Chief Medical Officer Beverly Crusher, treacherous Ferengi, kidnaping, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and a culture not accustomed to dealing with any of these things. An excellent story.

"A Little Culture" -- by Cyndi Bayless Overstreet. The warbled strains of "Mary Had a Little Lamb" lead Data through the dense foliage on the Holodeck to a certain blind chief engineering officer and a computer-replicated Stradivarius.

"Everybody Comes to Guinan's" -- by Barbara Robertson. A vignette wherein it's the girls versus the boys during your typical evening on the Enterprise.

"Wishing Tree" -- by Cyndi Bayless Overstreet. A short vignette details an amusing encounter between a youthful girl and an android with a slight problem with amnesia.

"Healing Hands" -- by Ann Zewen. A vignette which explains Kate Pulaski's drive to be a doctor like her grandfather...

Artwork by Boursaw, Lawrence, Leinbach, Matthews, Nosal, Purcell, and Reitz.

94 pages, 8" x 11" size, comb binding.
         $10.75, US Priority Mail.
         $16.75, Elsewhere.

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Randall Landers
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