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THE SHADOWS by Faris Vincent. Sequel to
Kirk's vision went black, his ears rang, his knees gave way and he
nearly fell, held upright only by Spock's strength. All sensation
was focused on the hot, moistness tenderly invading his mouth;
Spock, kissing him. Realization hit him like a fist to the stomach
and he pushed himself away...
PARTITIONS by Callie St John.
Sequel to ALL OUR YESTERDAYS
He broke into action, taking the stairs several at a time and bust
into the dimly lit hallway just in time to see two burly humanoids
trying to wrestle the resisting Kirk back into the cover of a room.
Spock's hand gripped one of the men's large shoulders and tightened.
The man slumped to the floor. The other neck-chopped Kirk who
immediately sank to the floor.
THE MORTAL FIRE by Natasha Solten. Sequel to WHAT ARE LITTLE GIRLS MADE
"Spock, what's wrong? Are you hurt?" He came around to Spock's side
and could see the dampness shining on the angular face. His stomach
threatened to fold in on itself. He approached the open box, long,
narrow, like a coffin, and his throat went dry as he realized that
something terrible lay within it.
FRAGILE BARRIERS by Andrea Arat
"I don't think this is a very equal relationship, Spock." "Jim, you
are everything to me." Kirk winced. "But your wife..." "Hush."
Spock's lips were on his. When the pressure moved back, Kirk said,
"I want to be even that for you. Don't you understand?" Though he
kept his eyelids tightly shut, it didn't help. He felt the cool
moisture of his despair seep down the sides of his temples and into
TO PROTECT AND TO SERVE by Alexis Fegan
He unfastened the civilian jeans carefully, sensually, and continued
his journey downward until he encountered his own burning flesh. But
just as he began to stroke himself, his hips rocking in rhythm to
the motion of his hand, he was torn back to reality by a muffled
sound which came from the vicinity of the bed. His eyes sprang open.
On the bed, almost obscured by the shadows, was a man...
ADDITIONAL FICTION by Natasha Solten
POETRY by Linda Frankel, Jane Fury, Sharon Pearson, Cheryl Resnick,
ART by Dragon, Sherry Veltkamp, Jacquelyn Zoost
COVER by Marilyn Cole
COMING OUT by Charlotte Frost
Spock is seriously injured and it takes an alien technology to heal
him. Meanwhile, Kirk searches frantically for his missing first
officer and lover, unaware of the alien treatment Spock is
FATAL CHARMS by Greta Foulard
Can't Kirk go anywhere without running into an old flame? And can't
Spock let his captain go to a public restroom once without having to
accompany him to protect his virtue? In this story, the answer is:
THE GIVER BEWARE by Roberta
Spock has a surprise for Kirk in the shuttle bay. But he can't keep
it a surprise for long, and when Kirk finds out about it, some very
interesting erotic things begin to happen.
THE SHORT REIGN OF KING
BACCHUS XXII by Venisa I. Duvetyn
In this first time story of alien celebration on the planet Elysium,
Kirk and Spock find little time alone together to express their
newly acknowledged but still unconsummated love.
MIRRORS a novella by Sharon
When Spock becomes captain of the ISS ENTERPRISE, all surviving
loyalists to the Empire are stranded on a distant planet. But he
doesn't have the heart to strand Kirk, who refuses to join the
resistance and who becomes a prisoner on his own ship while bitterly
refusing to acknowledge Spock's stand, as well as Spock's gentle,
POETRY by Robin Hood, C.A. Pierce, Natasha Solten, Donna Vanderlaan,
ART by Dragon, Carol Hedge
THE SOUND OF YOUR VOICE
by Martha Selena Brown
Kirk is kidnapped by aliens and placed in sensory deprivation where
the only thing that keeps him sane is the fantasy that Spock is
there... in the uncharacteristic role of his lover.
WINGS by Charlotte Frost
Kirk is missing on a distant mining planet; the only evidence he's
left behind is a pile of clothes (Captain's uniform) beside a
IN CONQUEST a novella by Sharon
Stonn and Ron Tracey team together to wreck vengeance on Kirk and
Spock. As a result, Kirk becomes a slave and suffers from total
MEMORIES by Debbie Cummins
An aged McCoy awaits a visit from his old friend, Spock, and
remembers fondly his two dearest friends in this story about
friendship, death and love...
ADDITIONAL FICTION by C.A. Pierce, Gillian and more.
POETRY by Roberta, Linda Frankel, Cheryl Resnick, Bonita Kale,
Natasha Solten and more.
ART by Zoost, Veltkamp, Stein, Feyrer and more!
BRING ON THE NIGHT by Faris
Kirk and Spock discuss their feelings after "City on the Edge of
Forever" and reveal more to each other than they ever expected.
THE LUCK OF THE IRISH by Triad
At a St. Patrick's Day party, Kirk gets a little too tipsy and it's
Spock's job to extricate him from the party and put him to bed. But
Kirk has other ideas...
ECHOES by L.P. Santos
For the first time, Sarek visits the shared apartment of the late
Kirk and Spock, chastising himself for his disapproval of his son,
wishing those feelings had been resolved when both men were still
TRADE by Natasha Solten
Kirk and Spock trade poems in this amusing but "in-character"
THE VISIT by Amy
Spock's thoughts as he accompanies Kirk home on a visit to Iowa.
TO PROTECT AND SERVE by
Spock builds a robot that becomes a little too protective of him,
especially where Kirk is concerned.
SECRETS a novella by Sharon
In this "Mirror" universe story, Spock is in love with Kirk but Kirk
can't accept that because he's never known real love and therefore
doesn't believe in it. Meanwhile, Kirk is harboring a secret that is
affecting his ability to command.
POETRY by Dana Austin Marsh, Amy, Cybel Harper, Michelle Perry,
ART by Dragon, Kay Wells, Virginia Lee Smith
THE PAST LEADS TO
TOMORROW by Sharon Pillsbury
In this engrossing first time novel, Kirk and Spock must enter
Romulus' past through the Guardian of Forever to regain their
history after a scientist changes the past. Posing as Romulan
"peasants", they enter a convoluted time-loop where Kirk ends up
revealing himself to be a Klingon agent and Spock -- his loyal
COMING HOME by Kay Wells
Kirk introduces Spock to his boyhood home in this delightful story
of discovery and love.
VULCANS OF THE EMPIRE by Greggia Seta
This powerful "Mirror" story explores the characters of an alternate
Kirk and Spock, as they try but do not succeed in denying their true
POETRY by Rachel Cavendish, Cybel Harper, Amy, Tere Ann Roderick
ART by Sherry Veltkamp
THE DOUBLE BIND by
Spock goes into pon farr and his irrational behavior involves Kirk
in a bizarre kidnapping plot that leads Starfleet to believe the two
officers are dead, and leaves Kirk without his ship, his career, and
CHASING SHADOWS by L.P. Santos
Spock reminisces about his childhood while visiting Kirk's home on
Earth, and realizes he missed out on a lot by being raised in the
harsh, unemotional culture of Vulcan.
CRUSIN' by Tere Ann Roderick
Spock cannot figure out why Kirk takes him along on shore leave to a
bar where the clientele is predominantly homosexual.
TO DRINK OF LIFE a novella by
Sharon St. James
During negotiations involving admission of a newly discovered planet
to the Federation, a beautiful young man with alien, vampiric powers
becomes so obsessed with Kirk that he commits a serious breech of
etiquette, leaving Kirk injured, weak and impotent just as Kirk and
Spock are seriously thinking of becoming lovers for the first time.
POETRY by Rachel Cavendish, Robert Cole, Jane Mailander
ART by Kelly
TOGETHER by Natasha Solten
A Spock soliloquy where in he observes and responds to Kirk's
reaction to Miramanee's death after "The Paradise Syndrome".
CHASING SHADOWS by L.P. Santos
Spock reminisces about his childhood while visiting Kirk's home on
Earth, and realizes he missed out on a lot by being raised in the
harsh, unemotional culture of Vulcan.
OR WAS IT? by Martha Selena
A refreshingly new look at the K/S relationship and its ups and
downs, as Kirk and Spock meet, learn of love, and survive the Gol
break-up as the story takes us from the series through the end of
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE by
Dana Austin Marsh
A unique look at the "Mirror" universe Kirk and Spock, their
relationship and their uncertain future.
THE WITCH'S PROMISE by Anna
Kirk, Spock and McCoy go to a fortune teller who reveals some things
that they are not sure they are ready to hear.
FOREVER IN THEIR EYES by
Kirk must deal with the inevitable retirement and destruction of his
POETRY by Rachel Cavendish, Jane Mailander, Robert Cole, Cybel
COVER by Sherry Veltkamp
TEARS THAT WE SHED IN THE DARK
by Faris Vincent
When Kirk and Spock crash land on a deserted planet, they must help
search other survive nature's harshest conditions.
THE LAST WORD by Kay Wells
Kirk feels compelled to approach Spock about his feelings for him
after he learns the Vulcan's sexual preferences run toward men.
AMNESIA by Natasha Berry
The ISS ENTERPRISE Kirk and Spock are stranded on an alien planet
where Kirk rudely rebuffs Spock's personal approaches and Spock
decides to take matters into his own hands.
FLAMES a short novel by Anna
Admiral Kirk, now grounded, meets the famous half-Vulcan singer,
Spock, and the chemistry between them ignites into a powerful and
jealous love relationship that overtakes their lives and minds.
POETRY by Cybel Harper, Crystal Hart, Rachel Cavendish
FAMILIAR FRIEND a
novella by Martha Selena Brown
After a terrible incident during Spock's second pon farr that splits
Kirk and Spock up for several years, they meet again to face V'ger
and afterwards must deal with strong feelings of love/hate, while at
the same time trying to solve the mystery of an alien life form
picked up on a recent planetary investigation.
LOYALTY a novella by Anna
Medical technology in the 23rd
century is still not perfect enough to cure Kirk of a massive
stroke. While he recovers in painful therapeutic sessions, Spock
remains by his side through the bad times, until Kirk's agonizing
recovery is complete. (Some hurt/comfort.)
THE WEAKNESS by Patricia
Laurie Stevens (Contest winner!)
This is the long awaited completion of "The Weakness" by Alexis
Fegan Black, a story-looking-for-an-ending (see CHARISMA #7). The
winner of the contest, Stevens, has given us a view of the "Mirror"
Kirk and Spock which is, more often than not, shocking, but also
quite entertaining. Master Spock expects nothing but perfection and
obedience from his slaves, and Kirk, now under Spock's control, has
a lot of humiliating (but also pleasurable) lessons to learn.
POETRY by Crystal Hart, Cybel Harper
COVER by Sherry Veltkamp
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BAILOUT by Jane Mailander
"As of now, Leonard's Bail Bonds is closed!" "Look, Bones," Jim said
placatingly. "If it's about that business in the park--" "Damn it,
there are laws against that sort of thing!" "Bones, we're in love."
Jim tried his charm-'em-out-of-the-trees smile. He received a
blue-eyes glare... "Look at that incident on Paliott six months ago,
on the beach." "But, Bones, that beach was so beautiful." Jim's hand
moved to cover Spock's instinctively. "For God's sake, you didn't
even notice that family picnicking ten feet away! Not till they
noticed you two." -- Why do Kirk and Spock keep getting arrested on
shore leave? This amusing little story reveals all.
CHAINS a short novel by Anna Parrish
The three moons came out as the seekers left, and Kirk moved towards
the flyer. The night was now bright enough to see the hairs on his
own arm. A noise caught his attention and Kirk whirled to see a
Vulcan standing not more than ten feet away. The alien was
half-naked; his wrists and legs were chained to a belt that held the
breech cloth that covered his groin. His hair was long, Vulcan
black, and dripping from the short storm that had passed moments
before. They stared at each other for a moment, the frightened,
angry Vulcan the stunned human, and then the Vulcan lost his
balance, feel to his knees -- In this alternate universe story,
Spock and Kirk face the dangerous world of slavery, and the abuse
and terror that comes with it.
THE GLORY OF LOVE a novella by Patricia
The lift opened onto the Ambassador's apartment and suddenly the
three men were slammed back against the wall, deaf and blinded by an
enormous flash of light and sound. By some miracle the doors closed
before flames could reach them. Spock scrambled back to the doors,
prying at them with all his strength, but the unit had already begun
its descent. Muffled screams and shouts could be heard from far away
as Spock's knees buckled and all color drained from his face. McCoy
and Kirk supported him on either side and urged him outside when the
doors opened. Emergency Services were pouring onto the block and
they had to push through the collecting crowd. "They are dead,"
Spock murmured. "My parents are dead."
POETRY by Jane Mailander, Natasha Solten
Special new LETTERS OF COMMENT column
ART by Sherry Veltkamp
THE MIRROR by Anna Parrish
"Mirror" Kirk and Spock are seen in an interesting light, and their
relationship, though very different from that of "our" Kirk and
Spock, does involve an interesting form of love. This is an unique,
freshly-written story that maintains the unusual characterization of
the "mirror" couple, while at the same time portraying a sensitive
and erotic feel.
VULCAN DILEMMA by Jean Gabriel
Kirk and Spock wish to formalize their bonding on Vulcan. But will
high-ranking Vulcan officials, including Sarek and T'Pau, stand in
their way? Can their untraditional relationship be accepted by a
world that shrouds itself in custom and ritual, that frowns upon the
very emotion that keeps Kirk and Spock by each other's side?
FARMBOY by Natasha Solten
Nineteen-year-old Jim Kirk finds life on the farm beyond boring.
He'd rather be travelling through the stars at warp nine discovering
new worlds and battling the Federation's enemies. Though he has been
accepted to Starfleet Academy, his mother and uncle cannot afford to
send him there for yet another year. Life does indeed look pretty
grin until Awaj Miller (of Miller's Trading Post/used 'Droid Sale
Lot/Slave Auction Block) sells Kirk's uncle a Vulcan slave that
changes Kirk's outlook on the future forever.
TWO OF A KIND a novelette by
In this alternate look at Kirk's visit to the "Mirror" universe, our
captain has an encounter with the bearded Spock that stuns him to
the core. Unaware that Kirk is not who he seems to be, Spock treats
him accordingly in his private chambers (with a whip!) until a
panicked Kirk reveals his true nature, and who he really is. This
story follows Kirk from that unusual encounter all the way back to
the ENTERPRISE where he must face off with his own first officer,
and admit to the strange dichotomy of feelings that have so recently
PLUS POETRY by Natasha Solten, Robin Hood, Amy Gray, Anna Parrish
COVER by Kay Wells
PLUS a Letters of Comment column!
FEVERLAND by Natasha Solten
Kirk and Spock have admitted their deep feelings for each other, but
Spock is not yet ready for the physical part of their relationship.
A patient Kirk decides he will wait forever if he has to, refusing
to push Spock into anything he doesn't want -- until Spock suddenly
goes into pon farr.
THE BONDING an epic poem by
This poem takes the reader on a journey from the time Kirk and Spock
first meet, straight into their first sexual encounter.
ANOTHER SIDE OF PARADISE by
This new version of an old story has Kirk from The Other Side Of
Paradise deciding to seduce Spock, rather than fight him, to destroy
the spores' influence. As a result, Leila gets left far behind!
GOING HOME by Anna Parrish
Kirk befriends a single woman with a young son, causing Spock to
feel left out and useless. As a result, Spock leaves, thinking Kirk
will be better off with someone who can give him a family (ie,
children) which Spock, of course, cannot do. Misunderstandings lead
to heartbreak and reunion in this sensitive story about age, growth
by Faris Vincent
Spock stays by an injured Kirk's bedside as the human battles for
his life. Through the ordeal, Spock comes to the realization that
his love for Kirk is more than just brotherly.
FATHERS by Faris Vincent
Kirk and Spock visit their twenty-one year old daughter as she
graduates from Starfleet Academy. But her mother's strange behavior
leaves both men confused and nervous.
AN EROTIC SHADOW by Andrea Arat
Kirk and Spock's relationship couldn't be better, and sex couldn't
be more fulfilling. But Spock's repeated erotic dreaming leaks into
Kirk's mind and keeps him awake more than he would life. As a
result, constant exhaustion and arousal overwhelm him, threatening
his very health.
POETRY by Natasha Solten
Cover by Sherry Veltkamp
A VIEW FROM
VULCAN by Andrea Arat
Sarek was not surprised at Healer Suvak's diagnosis of Admiral Kirk.
The man had been through too much too quickly to remain unaffected.
After Spock's Fal Tor Pan, Kirk had nearly collapsed. Blaming
exhaustion, the admiral refused aid from anyone until Sarek
approached him, insisting that a healer take a look at the wound on
his forehead. McCoy was in no shape to be working, and so Kirk could
not expect to turn to him for help.
TIMESTORM by Mergwin
//Spock! Damn it, where are you! Why aren't you using that
connection you have with me? Why haven't you come to rescue me by
now? You always do. Why haven't you this time? Can't you feel my...
BEYOND THE PALE by Dovya
In a slightly alternate universe, Leonard McCoy is Spock's friend
and confidant long before James T. Kirk takes over command of the
ship on which they've been serving together for years, the USS
WHEN LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE
by Natasha Solten
Follow Kirk and Spock on their professional and private odyssey from
the time just after the first five-year mission all the way through
"The Final Frontier".
POETRY by Andrea Arat, Robin Hood, Natasha Solten
ART by Marilyn Cole
VALENTINE by Kay Wells
In this first time story, Spock buys Kirk a "pillow" for a
Valentine's Day present, not understanding just what this type of
"pillow" is used for.
DARK by Natasha Solten
Kirk and Spock awake to find themselves in a place outside of time
and space where darkness seems to go on forever.
SAYING GOODBYE by Anna Parrish
When Spock leaves for Gol, saying good-bye is harder for Kirk than
he ever realized it could be.
CONVINCING ARGUMENTS by Karla Kelly
Kirk gives Spock some very convincing arguments as to why they
cannot be lovers. But are they convincing enough?
JUST AN OLD-FASHIONED LOVE SONG by
Spock agrees to try to teach Kirk how to play the Vulcan lyre. But
the Vulcan songs stir something more than just a passion for art in
DREAMS AND DEMONS a novelette by
Patricia Laurie Stevens
A terrible motorbike accident paralyzes Spock from the neck down.
Can his and Kirk's love survive the ordeal? Is Spock's hope for
recovery only a desperate dream?
POETRY by Patt, Karla Kelly, Robin Hood, Natasha Solten, Linda
Frankel and Jackie Meadows
COVER by Sherry Veltkamp
by Patricia Laurie Stephens
When Spock is kidnapped by Romulan terrorists, Kirk and McCoy will
stop at nothing to rescue him. But they are hindered by certain
Federation operatives, including, surprisingly, Ambassador Sarek
KOBAYASHI MARU by Karla Kelly
In this alternate look at Kirk's career, the young, brash cadet is
expelled from Academy for cheating on the Kobayashi Maru test. His
only hope for a career in space lies with the Vulcan space fleet,
and it is there he meets Spock and is faced with the biggest no-win
decision of his life.
IN THEIR RIGHT MINDS by Kathy Stanis
Pretend in the episode Return To Tomorrow that it is Sargon and
Henoch who are the star-crossed lovers, and Thalessa is the jealous
one. As the ancient lovers overtake Kirk and Spock's bodies, well...
read the story to find out what happens!
LETTING GO by Pamela Talbott
A 117 year-old Kirk relieves fond memories as Spock melds them and
takes them back in time to when they were young and adventurous.
HIDE AND SEEK -- CAPTAIN STYLE
by Barbara Wright
After Journey To Babel, while Spock's parents are still aboard the
ENTERPRISE, Spock decides it is the perfect opportunity to tell them
that he and Kirk are bonded. But Kirk thinks otherwise, and uses all
his powers to avoid the confrontation.
PILLOW TALK by Wanda Butler
In this lyrical vignette, Kirk and Spock discuss an ancient Vulcan
MEMORIES by Anna Parrish
An elderly McCoy recalls the good old days on the "real" ENTERPRISE
while Data (from the TNG episode Encounter At Farpoint) escorts him
to the shuttle. In this vignette, we discover, through McCoy's point
of view, the ultimate fates of his two best friends.
ROOM FOR ONE MORE by Ida Vega
Kirk has a recurring dream of the ENTERPRISE's death and believes
the dream is prophetic. But when details of the dream start coming
true, he has a hard time convincing anyone, including his lover,
Spock, that it's nothing more than coincidence.
POETRY by Maria C. Pehrson,
Patt, Patti Byther, Jackie Meadows, Natasha Solten, Belle, Robin
ART by Belle, Elizabeth Kay
LETTERS OF COMMENT SECTION!
SPIRAL DANCE by N.P Nina
At the end of the five year mission, Kirk takes a ground posting
without realizing his decision will destroy the intimate
relationship he shares with Spock.
LOVE IS IN THE AIR by Wanda
Kirk and Spock decided to co-couple with a Vulcan couple
(co-coupling means a formal arrangement for guardians for
perspective children) and the resulting ceremony and celebration
affects other members of the crew in various amorous ways.
LUNCH by Georgina Brooke
Kirk invites Spock to join him for lunch on the planet below. But
just what Kirk intends to serve Spock for lunch is rather... uh...
erotic, to say the least. A real delectable treat!
MELD by Patti Byther
Just what thoughts were passed between Spock and Valeris during the
'forced meld' in ST 6? This story reveals all.
BREAKING REGULATIONS by J.S.
Starfleet still has a long way to go in 'modern' thinking, and Kirk
and Spock discuss what they intend to do, should their rather
unorthodox relationship ever become public. At this point in time,
Starfleet still has yet to allow female starship captains; and
relationships between members of chain of command, as well as
same-sex relationships, are against regulations.
SONG OF THE MISCREANT an epic
poem by Anna Parrish
This is a humorous look at the Federation's first contact with the
planet Vulcan, with Kirk being the contacter, and Spock (who has
'gone native' against Sarek's wishes) being the contactee.
CABIN FEVER by Ida Vega
(sequel to Crisis on Centaurus
After dealing with murdering terrorists on the planet Artica, Spock
and Kirk spend time in a little cabin in Garrovick Valley away from
the 'things of Man'.
VULCAN MASTERY by CDM
(a "Mirror" universe story)
Now that Spock has "summoned the future", and the ENTERPRISE is
destroyed, he rules with a heavy hand, and some unfulfilled desires.
Which is why, later, he has Kirk brought to him to serve as his love
slave, a decision that does not set at all well with Kirk.
POETRY by Jamie Belle, J.S. CavaLcante, Khylara, Jackie Meadows,
PRIMAL SCREAM by
Kirk closed his eyes. Right now, the only thought running through
his mind was, I can't die now. Here, in the bathroom he shared with
his first officer, naked, his skin scorched red? That would really
be a fitting conclusion to this completely exasperating day.
EDITORIAL JUDGMENT by Martha
The Vulcan's voice was barely above a whisper. "I have come -- I am
here for -- I want to apply for a rape." The typist turned her head,
missed an entire line, and had to go back. The collator's hands
stopped their motion, and she smirked lecherously. But it was the
editor who decided, her eyes already back on her manuscript. "Wrong
office," she said.
MASTER OF THE HEART by Jackie
Kirk sat slowly. "What am I going to do with this, Bones? What am I
going to with him?" Kirk reached out his hand and raised the young
slave's head and gulped in a deep, steadying breath. The slave was
perfection, lean, olive complected with the elegant pointed ears and
slanted eyebrows of the Vulcan people, but his eyes... his eyes were
a deep chocolate brown with a look in them that Kirk could only
interpret as a deep-seated pain, and he instantly felt his heart
melting. He heard a voice he only later realized was Sarek's, "His
name is Spock."
THE REUNION by Anna Parrish
"Are you all right?" a young voice asked at my side. I whirled,
scared. Our eyes locked together and my terror vanished. The
unspoken communication, the unstated but equal acceptance between
myself and the Vulcan boy was instantaneous. How could I fear anyone
with such soft, gentle eyes? "Hi," I said in relief. "I'm Jimmy." "I
am called Spock." I grinned in pleasure. Taking a couple of steps
closer, I told him, "I'm almost six."
FIRE HEARTS a novelette by J.S.
"T'Kahri's status as my betrothed, even as my bondmate in future,
should have no effect on my friendship with you or my life aboard
the ENTERPRISE." "But she'll have one thing with you that I can
never have." Kirk looked down into his empty glass, suddenly shocked
at himself for saying those words. "There is nothing I would give to
her that I would not give to you," the Vulcan declared heatedly.
"Nothing!" "You'll give her a child if you can," he whispered.
"You'll make love to her." "Is it that you envy her?" Spock
whispered, his gaze fastened to the shadowed human face.
POETRY by Linda Frankel, J.S. Cavalcante, Robin Hood, Jackie
Meadows, Patt, Ida Vega and more.
ALSO Letters of Comment section
ANSWERS by J.S.
I hear the High Master's words again in my mind. //Spokh, if thee
would aspire to the kolinahr, thee must first understand what it is
to be a kolinahru. Sfarak approaches his Time. You are chosen to
serve him.// My stomach clenches. What I once denied, I now yearn
for. //Jim, where are you?//
by Mildred Manhill
James T. Kirk lay back and closed his eyes as he tried to drift off
to sleep. He was tired, it had been a long and busy day, but the
bombshell his old friend had dropped on him earlier made slumber
almost impossible. So McCoy was getting married. And to a male!
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"Ball'loi's Sex Appliances For All Aliens", the sign proclaimed.
McCoy stepped up to the window and peered inside. That looked
like... he rubbed his nose against the window's smooth surface once
more. It certainly did look like... no, couldn't be. Impossible! But
it was Spock who stood at the counter under a sign which read,
"Goods For Display Only - Order Your Fetish Here".
WIND CHIMES by
"You know how I know you love me?" Kirk asked. "I cook for you,"
came Spock's reply. Kirk laughed. "No, it's because you go along
with my silly fantasies." "They are not silly." "Not even the one
where you're the naughty Vulcan commander and I have to spank you?"
"I... I rather like it," Spock admitted in a small voice.
A PLACE TO CALL
HOME by Chris Hoch
Kirk could feel the slight tremor in Spock's hand. He reached up and
took it in his own. "You're trembling. Are you cold?" "No, Jim. I am
not cold." He leaned forward and placed a feather-soft kiss on Jim's
lips. "Spock -- " "No, don't." Spock laid his finger over Jim's
lips. "I shouldn't have done that. I ask forgiveness."
A TWIST IN THE
LOGIC by Alice Hooker
Spock woke and something felt wrong. In the gloom it was hard to
tell, but seemingly while he had slept he had gained muscle, and not
inconsiderable muscle. And he colored slightly... was it mere
imagination? His still semi-erect cock felt heavier, longer. Later,
a swift, concise analysis at the lab told him his suspicions were
confirmed. Someone had decided to play a practical joke, for his
fruit drink contained faint traces of the Venus drug.
POETRY by J.S. Cavalcante, Robin Hood, Jamie Belle.
COVER by Shelley Butler
LETTERS OF COMMENT SECTION
ALMOST LEGENDS by
Morgan Sheen (sequel to
Generations in which Kirk doesn't really die)
Picard activated his communicator. "Counselor Troi, would you bring
the captain in." The doors slid open and Kirk entered beside Troi.
In the antique uniform, he looked like a vision from the pages of
history, as straight and strong as an old oak that has withstood the
ravages of time. Spock stood transfixed behind his desk and from the
moment his eyes locked with Kirk's everything else in the room
vanished into nonexistence.
STAY THE NIGHT by Ida Vega
Just before I fell asleep, I felt Spock's warm breath on the back of
my neck, before he kissed me there. I thought I was dreaming, but
when I felt him cover me with the blanket I knew I was still awake.
I listened to his footsteps retreating and heard the door whoosh
open and shut as he left. I lay there for a awhile wondering why
Spock had kissed the back of my neck. I knew we were close friends,
I REMEMBER MOMMA! by Alice
Hooker (a "sorta" sequel to
"My bondmate!" Stonn exclaimed, addressing Kirk. "How I have missed
you." "Bondmate?" Kirk croaked. "Stonn?" Spock asked. "Spock!" Stonn
eyed the other Vulcan with burning hatred and demanded, "What are
you doing here? With my bondmate?"
APPEARANCES by Georgina Brooke
They ducked down. Spock slowly neared and stood as if in meditation,
then walked on and entered Appearances. McCoy fairly jumped up and
down as he clutched Kirk in glee. "I don't believe it! A Vulcan in a
ONE DAY by Mildred Manhill
Kirk keeps a journal of his activities for McCoy, who is concerned
about his health, and is McCoy in for a surprise when he finds out
what those activities include!
GO ON -- GIVE US A SMILE!
(an alternative universe story)
Cocky bastard, Captain Spock thought as he observed the mid-star
named Kirk pose for pictures and art cubes...
THE GIFT by Chris Hoch
"Spock!" James T. Kirk sat bolt upright in his bunk. The feeling of
dread in his stomach made him want to gag. For a moment he had
trouble remembering where he was. He looked around his cabin and ran
a trembling hand through his already rumpled hair. He reached out
through the link. Something was wrong with Spock!
THE RHYTHM OF LOVE by Alice
"Spock! What the hell is going on? What's got into you? And will you
let me go?" He tugged at the sheet but it got him nowhere, and he
scowled up at the Vulcan who wasn't about to give Kirk an inch.
POETRY by J.S. Cavalcante,
Kalindi Dawn, Robin Hood, Jehanna Hunter, Karla Kelly, Anna Parrish,
Patt, Morgan Sheen, Ida Vega
COVER by Shelley Butler
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