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edited by Joan Winston as "Wynn Jones"

NUMBERONE is the ORION PRESS fanzine devoted to William T. Riker. It can be zany, arcane, witty, romantic, dramatic, and plainly oddball. But readers can rest assured that it will never waver in its focus on the executive officer of the starship Enterprise and his fellows...

NUMBERONEIV features:

Surprise! -- by Joan Winston. In an alternate universe, Will Riker receives unexpected news from Troi...

Say Goodbye -- by Gail Christison. This story takes place after "The Host." The being now host to Odan is gone, but Beverly is emotIonally battered. The only thing saving her sanity are the traces of Odan she still feels In one Will Riker. This feeling is endangering both her friendship with Will and their mission to Thalandra. Then there's--heck, just read it.

Choices of the Heart -- by Andra Marie Mueller. Starfleet, its lack of competent command personnel reaching the danger point, has insisted that Riker take command of a new Nova class starship called the Destiny. But before he takes off on that ten-year mission, he must talk with Picard. And what about Troi?

Elbow Room -- by BEKi. Tom Riker is on the Enterprise, living the life of Will Riker. There are several problems. Geordi and Worf know he's not Will, because he's not a very good #1. Troi is unhappy, because although she and Tom are lovers, she now realizes that she is in love with the man on Lazon II. When Tom decides to rescue Will, he calls upon a certain tattooed Maquis officer and his crew. Between them all, this becomes quite a spicey stew. Troi? Why she's the chocolate dessert.

Captain Daddy -- by Joan Winston. An amusing glimpse in the lives of the captain and his wife in an alternate universe, namely the one from "Surprise!"

Artwork by BEKi, D'Airo, and Perron.

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

Price:
         $15.75, US Priority Mail.
         $21.75, Elsewhere.

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Randall Landers
3211 Saddleleaf Avenue
Albany, Georgia 31721


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