Issue #6 — A Stargate SG-1 gen fanzine focusing on Jack, Daniel and team stories.
Color covers and color inserts. Gorgeous color and black and white interior artwork. An eclectic mix of novellas, short stories and vignettes focusing on the team of SG-1 and the friendship of Jack and Daniel. Pure “gen” and no “ship” stories. No deathfic.
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Full color front and back covers and color inserts. Here’s a sampling of what you’ll find in the zine:
Educating Nesa by Kaz: A Novella. A simple trip through the Stargate to visit the Hactil turns potentially deadly for Daniel when he serves as a witness at a coming of age ceremony for Nesa. As Teal’c and Sam struggle to help find their teammate, Jack struggles with his desire to be with SG-1 rather than “the general.”
Silence is Broken by Chelsea Frew: A Novella. A freak accident during a mission leaves Daniel unable to hear.
In the Clear by Yum@: An episode tag for The Broca Divide as Jack and Daniel sort out their friendship.
Samadhi by JoaG: A visit to another world is fraught with dangers as SG-1 undergo a mandatory test before they can help the natives discover the reason behind a variety of kidnappings. Their trial leads them to yet more mysteries, making them begin to doubt if what they're seeing is real. A novella.
From Jim to Jack by K Hanna Korossy: Just when did Daniel’s memories return?
A Word of Difference by Cathy: In this novella, the team goes through the Stargate to attend a diplomatic feast and Daniel becomes ill.
Shattered Glass by Valerie Vancollie: An epilogue for “Fire and Water.” As Daniel and SG-1 fill each other in on what has happened while Daniel was Nem’s prisoner, a secret from Hammond’s past is revealed.
Slaying Dragons by Sheila Paulson: When his parents die, eight-year-old Daniel believes he will never have a real home again, in spite of an encouraging letter from a great man. When the adult Daniel returns from ascension, can he finally find his long-sought home?
Reclamation Project by Marcia Brin: The reign of the Goa'uld was over. All over the world, the Tauri slaves had risen and driven the System Lords out. But why had it happened?
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