Denying the Dark

Classic Anthology edited  by Debbie Ristick and Lynne Wexler

135 pages

Published 1995

Cover art by Rosemarie Hauer

Interior art by Rosemarie Hauer, Sandy ‘Chan’ Shelton, Anna Deavers-Kelly, Pam Tuck, James Wappel

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Seven stories by Debbie Ristick, one by Lynne Wexler, one by Anne Cognito.

The novella Before the Moment takes up more than half the zine. The author describes it as an alternate universe, she's not dead story that is interwoven with the episode Though Lovers Be Lost. It jumps off from the idea that Diana was brought in on the case sooner, right after Catherine's abduction.

In The Power of Love Vincent comes to a decision about taking the next step in his relationship with Catherine.

Trust in Dreams is a brief anecdote of a reality that turns out to be better than a dream for Catherine.

Prelude (part two) has Catherine musing about the prospect of telling Vincent about her pregnancy.

In Aftermath, Catherine is recovered. Father looks in on the pair and is relieved that they love one another.

In For Always, Vincent guides Catherine to a special, private place he's created for them behind the waterfall. This story won a Fan-Q award at Tunnel Con 2 for Best Vignette.

In A Little Surprise, Catherine reveals to Vincent that she's pregnant again.

In Under the Rainbow, Vincent and Catherine attend a Halloween party.

Some stories were previously published in other zines, but were reworked and re-edited for this volume.


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