Issue #3 — A Stargate SG-1 gen fanzine focusing on Jack, Daniel and team stories.

Approximately 126,000+ words. 191 pages of reduced print (Times New Roman, 11 point, in columnar format). Color cover and seven color inserts.

Redemption #3
 

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Full color front cover and seven color inserts. Here’s a sampling of what you’ll find in the zine:

What Remains to be Won by Sheila Paulson: Jack, Sam and Teal’c return to the SGC after the events of “Nemesis” … but is the team of SG-1 really back together again? Daniel has his doubts.

Sanity Break by K. Hanna Korossy: After the events of “Legacy,” Daniel begins to doubt himself … and his sanity.

Sensitivity by Julie Fortune: A new world presents Sam with unexpected side “benefits” ... and the boys with new and interesting challenges as they try to cope with a brand new Samantha Carter. Warning: Sexual situations … sort of.

Conspiracy by Nancy Richardson: Daniel accompanies SG-2 off-world and becomes implicated in a murder. A novella.

Hide and Seek by Kelly W.: In this novella, SG-1 set out on a search-and-rescue mission when the members of SG-10 disappear. On a planet that seems to be deserted, they stumble into a trap which places Teal'c and Daniel in the grasp of an old enemy.

Burden of Guilt by Joag & J. M. McClure: A tag scene for “Beast of Burden.” Jack and Daniel have a few issues to work out after Daniel leaves Chaka with the means to start a war.

Smoldering Embers by ETS:  This novella brings us some missing scenes and a follow-up to “Out of Mind” and “Into the Fire.”

Whipping Boy 101 by Lex:  Daniel asks Jack for some serious lessons in self-defense after the events of “New Ground.”

Crossing the Abyss by Marcia Brin:  Daniel begins to question some choices as he learns more about the Ascended.

It’s the Little Things by Julie Fortune:  A routine mission goes badly wrong, thanks to poor intel, with severe consequences—emotional and physical—for the entire team. A novella.

More from Sheila Paulson. Artwork by Leah Rosenthal, Amy, Wilma, The Cat’s Meow Creative Arts and Corinna.

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