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 22 features"Tokens of Remembrance" -- by Cyndi Bayless Overstreet. A Data-origin story wherein we meet Doctor Leah Aaron, the woman who actually initiated contact with the android the Tripoli discovered with the use of an apple! An outstanding story which is sure to please our Data fan readers.
"We Never Said Goodbye" -- by Jo-Ann Lassister. Set just after the events of "The Battle," both Beverly Crusher and Jean-Luc Picard resolve to confront their mutual ghosts, and one ghost in particular. An excellent insight into the Picard-Crusher relationship, into their relationship with Jack Crusher.
"Dix & Dee" -- by Raven Blackfeather and Aria Fontaine-Kerins. Deanna Troi visits Jean-Luc Picard on the holodeck during one of the Dixon Hill programs. A cute story!
"Re-attached" -- by Marge Robles. A look at the Picard-Crusher relationship after the episode "Attached." Hers is a rather unique view of what the aftermath would be...
"Awakenings" -- by Amanda Ie Bas de Plumetot. An indepth Picard story as he struggles to overcome nightmares caused by a malevolent force. Doctor Crusher and Counselor Troi are trying to help him, but their ministrations alone cannot save him. Will he have the strength to save himself from this deadly trap?
"Appearances" -- by Jo-Ann Lassiter. This story relates the point-of-view of Josef Reichart, an Enterprise crewman.
"The Other Side of the Coin" -- by Jo-Ann Lassiter. This story gives the reader Jean-Luc Picard's perspective on the situation in the previous. An interesting exercise in fiction, one that I'm sure you'll appreciate.
172 pages, 8½" x 11" size, comb binding.
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