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 30, the final issue in the series, features
"The Night the Trek Began" -- by Richard van Frank. The author's version of how the whole Star Trek phenomenon started.
"The Binzaati Vortex" -- by William F .B. Vodrey. Geordi LaForge must devise a way to save one of the Federation's most eminent warp-theory scientists, a Medusan.
"The Dolassen Confrontation" -- by William F.B. Vodrey. Commander Riker and Lieutenant Commander Worf square off with an alien race to save a primitive world.
"The Plate's the Thing" -- by H.K. Swift. Commander Riker returns to the Enterprise to find the entire crew behaving strangely. Can he solve the problem before a situation with the Romulans escalates?
"The Madness of King Jean" -- by Miranda Greene. The Enterprise is stranded in orbit above an alien planet, and the crew is slowly losing their minds.
"A Study in Scarlett" -- by D.J. Nicholson. Vash plots an adventure for Dixon Hill.
"Excavations" -- by San McCadden. Picard and Sarek's wife Perin are reunited during an important conference on Vulcan.
"Search and Rescue" -- by Louise Ellis. It's Beverly Crusher to the rescue when Jean-Luc Picard goes missing.
"Shem" -- by Althea Katz. A post-"Survivors" story. Picard reflects upon the destruction of an entire race for the love of one woman.
"The Once and Future Captain" -- by BEKi. A look at William Riker as he prepares to assume the "big chair" on the Enterprise.
"Must All Good Things...?" -- by Lynn Lorton. A post-"All Good Things" story where Picard and Crusher explore their relationship."What If...?" -- by D.J. Nicholson. Captain Picard and Q quietly reminisce a bout their past encounters over brandy.
162 pages, 8½" x 11" size, color cover, comb binding.
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