edited by Priscilla J. Ball
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 25 features"Intruder Alert" -- by Kira Bacal. Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise deal with a mischievous intruder aboard the ship.
"Diary of a Cadet" -- by R. Scott Spradlin. If you have wondered why Wesley Crusher left Starfleet Academy, this story fills in some of the details.
"Bindings" -- by Rosemary Cullen. An alternative vision to Star Trek: Generations. The Enterprise is undergoing a refit, her crew has scattered to other assignments and mysterious things are happening at the Utopia Planetia Shipyards. Will Picard, Data and the rest of the former Enterprise crew find out what is going on before it's too late?
"The Battle" -- by T.M. O'Ree. One of two short vignettes: Worf flees to the holodeck to avoid someone he'd rather not see.
"Article XXI" -- by Grant Maloy Smith. Set immediately after the events in Star Trek: Generations. Night has fallen on the downed Enterprise saucer section and things have started to disappear. Worf, Troi and a skeleton security team investigate.
"Day of the Jackal" -- by T.M. O'Ree. The second vignette with the same premise as Worf escapes to the holodeck.
"Mischief" -- by J. Bos and J. Callard. Pranks abound on the Enterprise as Captain Picard and the crew attempt to carry out an important diplomatic mission.
"Walnut Canyon" -- by Judith Medina. Family and friends help Beverly Crusher mark an anniversary.
"Into the Breach" -- by BEKi. A story, set on Deep Space Nine, about Riker's attempts to heal the breach between Captain Picard and Commander Sisko.
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