Jason Vigo's sudden arrival-and then departure-from Picard's life brings back memories of old friends. Beverly Crusher helps him to understand his "Connections." By Becky J. Woods
The past or the future? Archaeology or space? Cadet Picard makes a choice in ''What Has Gone Before," by D. J. Nicholson.
Center seat of the Enterprise. Is it "Just A Chair" or is it something much more? By illrike Schaefer.
"The Lady's Not For Taking"--Not if Picard can help it. And the contest is on. Who will 'win' Beverly Crusher? By Gail Molnar.
"Maybe we should be afraid..." Picard begs to differ in "Re-Attached," by Ulrike Schaefer.
What if Riker never rescued Picard? What if the Borg weren't destroyed at Wolf 359? As Riker,and Company discover, "Resistance" is indeed futile. By Ulrike Schaefer.
He can hear them, but they can't hear him. In a coma in Sickbay, they're all just "Voices in the Dark" to Picard. By Marge Robles.
He had seen five lights. The challenge was gone, so Madred shipped him otrto New Hebetia XII and a new life on a new planet. An alternate ending to "Chain of Command." "Melinkah" by Margaret A. Basta.
Ensign Picard's first landing party assignment almost turns out to be his last. His belief in the Prime Directive is sorely tested when he finds himself protecting the life of a young boy in "Second Chance" by Susan Bredon-Smith.
A misunderstanding causes a rift between Jean-Luc and Beverly. But a little advice from a friend brings them closer than ever. ''Viva Le Q!" by J. C. Medina.
When Jean-Luc returns from the renegade ship from "Gambit", he and Beverly admit their feelings for one another. But their happiness is all too fleeting when Jean-Luc comes down with a mysterious ailment. "Awakenings," by Marilee Rafferty.
It's not where it is so much as who it's with. "Home," by Ulrike Schaefer.
The captain enjoys his shore leave "With a Little Help" from Will Riker, Deanna Troi, and especially Beverly Crusher. By Becky J. Woods.
Artwork by Janet D'Airo, Anne Davenport, Renee Levy, Nancy Morgan and Robbie Lee Perkins.
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