A special alien-centered issue: You're Out of Your Mind!
Selective Amnesia (missing scenes)
Last Hours, First Hours (by Tammy L. Croft) Explore how Quinn came to be. (1)
Awakening (by Laura Grigsby) A missing scene from "The Resurrection." Explore the first thoughts of the resurrected alien. (2)
Too Much Fun (by Laura Brush) A missing scene from "To Heal the Leper." An explanation for how the Advocates caught the chicken pox. (3)
Mass Hysteria ( stories)
The Streets of New York (by Tammy L. Croft) A crossover with Beauty and the Beast. The Blackwood Project is back in New York and getting help from some unexpected sources in the DA's office. (3)
To the Wild Country (by Gillian Holt) A crossover with Stingray. When her father attacks her, Aen Laird is forced to kill him, but she wants to know why. She turns to the one man her father told her she could always rely on, a man she only knows as Stingray. Ray calls in a favor and ends up running headlong into aliens and the Blackwood Project. (30)
All Keyed Up (by A.A. O'Mercy) Ever stay at a hotel with electronic keys? A trip to Hell might be more fun as Ironhorse and Blackwood find out when they try dealing with aliens, keys, fans and something called "slash." (13)
T'was the Leap Before Christmas (by Brenda Anders) A crossover with Quantum Leap. Sam's leaped into a situation he's not ready for, saving a stubborn Lieutenant Colonel before Christmas. (14)
Fire Shall Devour (by Lana G. Merkel) All over the world volcanos are erupting, killing people and destroying the delicate balance of nature. Can the Blackwood Project and geologist Dr. Robert J. Lewis stop an alien plot before it's too late? (30)
Go With the Flow (by Lynn Gill) Ironhorse knew Blackwood had a talent for getting them into trouble, but a den of Amazons? (6)
A Friend in Need (by Brenda Anders) A crossover with Quantum Leap and a sequel to "T'was the Leap Before Christmas." Sam's leaped back into Dr. Harrison Blackwood, but all his work from the last leap appears to be wasted. Can he get Ironhorse out of the alien's clutches before they take him over or destroy his mind? (35)
A Year Less a Day, Part I (by Laura Brush and Gillian Holt) Kitara's back and she's brought the help she promised and now she's after the colonel for an update on the war against the Mortaxans. (12)
Hopscotch (by Alice Aldridge) The Blackwood Project members are acting a little weird. Can they figure out why before it's too late? (38)
Addiction (by Angelica Cooper-Smith) Watching too much TV can rot the brain, even if you don't have one. (3)
Squatters Rights (by Marcia Brin) A crossover with V. Never, never, never piss-off a Visitor. (3)
Understanding Dark Sentences (by Debra Hicks) Quinn offers Harrison his deepest desire, but he can't accept. (6)
When the Tidings Came (by Debra Hicks) A sequel to "Understanding Dark Sentences." Quinn calls again, only this time it's to ask Harrison for a favor, and every favor has its price. (4)
To Every Soldier a Part (by Debra Hicks) A sequel to "When the Tidings Came." Harrison has Ironhorse back, but can he find himself? (4)
Casey (by Cheryl Benson) Time travel is a wonderful thing, but there are some things it just can't fix. (6)
The Ghost of Frankie, Revisited (by Anonymous) The war is finally over and Harrison and Debi end it in their own particular way. (3)
Plus poetry by Davey. Art work by Constance Edwards, Anja Gruber, and Mary Wheeler. Cover by Anja Gruber.
246 pages. $10 for PDF version with color cover.