Eridani 18ERIDANI 18

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 18 features

"And When We're Gone" -- by Jordan Trevor. A Picard-Crusher hurt-comfort story as adjusts to reality following the events of "The Inner Light." It's an outstanding story, one you will cherish.

"Out, Damned Spot!" -- by Jeff Morris. A humorous story set on the Enterprise. You might call it 'A Life in the Day of Data's Cat' as Spot seems to enjoy quite a field trip on this day.

"Consequences" -- by Rosalie Blazej. A follow-up to "'The Outcasts." Feeling guilty about what happened, Riker turns to Troi for help.

"Mission of Mercy" -- by D.J. Nicholson. A Picard story set prior to Star Trek: The Next Generation. It details Picard's first encounter with a future member of his crew while stranded on an icy planet under attack from hostile aliens.

"The Gift" -- by Elizabeth Knauel. The first of two companion pieces which deal with the episode, "I, Borg."

"The Heart of the Nautilus" -- by Madalena A. Mumford. Riker's explores of a unique world and meets its unique inhabitant.

"Singularity" -- by Elizabeth Knauel. The second of two companion pieces which deal with the episode, "I, Borg."

"After Jono" -- by Jordan Trevor. A look at Picard's relationship with the young Human who has become more alien than Human.

"The Legacy" -- by BEKi. Set in Star Trek: The Next Generation's future. Captain William T. Riker of the U.S.S. Enterprise must deal with a crisis on a world he once visited and a child he never knew. An excellent story!

Artwork by Audette, Lawrence, Millard, Nosal, O'Quinn, and Slatton.

150 pages, 8" x 11" size, comb binding.

Price:
         $13.50, US Priority Mail.
         $19.50, Elsewhere.

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Randall Landers
3211 Saddleleaf Avenue
Albany, Georgia 31721


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