Star One is out of print.
A first season fantasy set around folk music.
There is a livestock plague on the planet Cygnus Delta, and Blake goes to the aid of farmers. Things slowly start to go wrong for the Liberator crew. Cally meets a telepathic alien who is threatened by the plague. Avon makes a fatal mistake, and is forced to live with the consequences.
It's the middle of the Andromedan war and the fighting seems to have been going on forever. Cally's tired, everyone's tired, and the crew are all at each other's throats.
A study of the changing relationship between Blake and Avon from their first meeting to the last fatal encounter.
Inspired lunacy on Xenon base when Vila decides that Orac should have his own set of wheels and become a self propelled computer.
What happened when Tarrant and Zeeona originally met on Betafarl. A view of Betafarlian culture and the full reason why Zeeona removed her glove at the end of 'Warlord'.
Tor Hammond is working on the Federation teleport project several years after the events on Gauda Prime. His life is quiet and uneventful until an irritating woman offers him an old Liberator teleport bracelet.
Star One is an A5 photo-reduced zine. It has 132 pages and over 63,000 words.
This zine is out of print.
Judith Proctor, "Harmony" (S1)
Judith Proctor and Patrick McLaughlin, "Cygnus Delta" (alt-S2)
Neil Faulkner, "Kriegspielen" (S2; post-Star One)
Catherine Salmon, "In Broken Images" (S1,2,3,4; A-B)
Andrew J. Down and Julz C. Monckton, "Vila's Christmas Surprise" (S4; humor)
Andrew Kearley, "Love and Honour" (S4)
Judith Proctor, "The Third Option" (S5; A-Se)
"Meet the Contributors"
Judith Proctor, "Editorial"
Kathy Hanson p. 7 A-B; illo for "Harmony"
p. 27 C; illo for "Cygnus Delta"
p. 31 C-B; illo for "Cygnus D."
p. 55 A; illo for "Cygnus Delta"
p. 127 A-Se; illo for "The Third"
Jacqui Topp p. 56 C
Martin Helsdon p. 77 B-A
Les Jones and
Andrew Downs p. 91 cartoon illo for "Vila's"
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Last updated on 27th of May 2000.