Eridani 19ERIDANI 19

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 19 features

"Where Angels Fear to Tread" -- by BEKi. Aliens come aboard the Enterprise with designs on its destruction, taking over crewmembers as they need. It's an action-adventure story, and one you're sure to enjoy!

"Outcast No Longer" -- by Madalena A. Mumford. An excellent sequel to the episode, "The Outcasts." This is the second time we've looked at the aftermath of the episode, and for good reason.

"Departures" -- by Jeff Morris. A look at the characters and their interactions as they bid farewell to three crewmembers, and as they themselves make some changes of their own. A good look at Sonya-Geordi and at a possible Riker-Troi-Ro triangle!

"Just Between Friends" -- by Andra Marie Mueller. A sequel/alternate ending to the episode, "Man of the People." Riker and Troi have a quite a conversation after the events of that episode.

"Honor's Wounds" -- by D.J. Nicholson. Aet at Startleet Academy, young Jean-Luc Picard must deal with a cheating scandal that will shake his convictions to the core. Fortunately, Boothby is there to help him through this difficult time.

"The Day It Fell Apart" -- by Margaret O'Quinn. Sela returns as the Enterprise conducts rescue operations at a failed colony. Doctor Crusher finds herself comforting a young girl who has lost her parents, and Picard finds himself in a confrontation with the Romulans.

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

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

Price:
         $14.00, US Priority Mail.
         $20.00, Elsewhere.

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Randall Landers
3211 Saddleleaf Avenue
Albany, Georgia 31721


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