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...
NUMBERONEVI features:Two's Company, Three's a Crowd -- by Irene Deitel. Of course, there had to be a Willffroiffom story, and this am it. Short and ... Threads -- by Gill Marsden & Joan Winston. Gill sent me an interesting fragment that she felt was not quite there. I added a few ideas and lines -- Io and behold -- became a coauthor. And she didn't yell once. And neither did I. Always and Forever -- by Irene Deitel. Will and Troi finally get to Pacifica on that long-awaited romantic vacation. But Deanna knows something is not quite right in paradise. What, she doesn't know for sure since Will is blocking her very successfully. And then, a week later, Picard and Crusher join them at a dinner none of them will ever forget. And the promises they made. Quietus -- by Gill Marsden. Will goes through hell in this novella. It is hurt-comfort of a tremendously painful sort. The entire ship is hurting, and the Klingon guilt is so heavy, it's warping the decks. Read it. The Galactic Edge -- by Joan Winston. This would have been the rough draft of the first chapter of the book I thought I would do for PocketBooks. A bit of a fragment, but the germ of an idea is there. The story below was to be one of the early chapters. Comments, please. Will and Worf at PIay -- by Joan Winston. Will is in the fifth Olympics of the 24th Century. Actually, three different teams: Triathlon, Super G, and the Downhill. The Enterprise has turned two of the holodecks into training centers--ski nuts and skating rinks included. And Worf fmds out about that cold wet stuff. First hand.
148 pages, 5½" x 8½" size, comb binding, color cover.
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