Progressions

Dublin Core

Title

Progressions

Subject

Science Fiction

Description

The first two stories (52 pages) of the Progressions fanzine about Star Trek fanfictions.

Creator

Merle T. Decker

Date

1985

Contributor

Ambrose Cheung
Jacob Hallock
Quincy Robbins

Rights

Please see our copyright statement at http://fanzines.lmc.gatech.edu/copyright

Format

fanzine

Language

English

Items in the Progressions Collection

"PROGRESSIONS, Blank Page."

PROGRESSIONS
Merle T. Decker
7759 Donnybrook Court;

"PROGRESSIONS, Title Page."

PROGRESSIONS, from the first, was planned to be a showcase for just one theme and one theme alone: the exploration of the Kirk/Spock relationship. I wanted it to show, not just one side, but all the possible ways in which their friendship/love could…

"PROGRESSIONS, A Brief Note."
A brief note from the creator of the Progressions science fiction fanzine.

"PROGRESSIONS, Table of Contents."
The table of contents of the Progressions science fiction fanzine.

"PROGRESSIONS, Page 1."
A fanzine of fanfictions about the relationship between Kirk and Spock from the Star Trek universe.

"PROGRESSIONS, Page 2."

Beginnings: I remember, long ago,
How clear and bright the stars were in those days
When I first knew you and the Enterprise.
I was so young. I had no thought of time,
Thought I could travel through the endless night
Forever to new stars,…

"PROGRESSIONS, Page 3."

Transition s : from the s ky, to walk on ground;
From wider visions, to a narrowed view,
The measure of my limits, circumscribed
By all that I had lost: the stars, and you.
Without you, nothing else remained the same.
It did not seem to make a…

"PROGRESSIONS, Page 4."

I will not think of ending. That would be
A thought I can't accept: finality
Is not a word that can describe your truth.
There is no ending to infinity.
No end, and no beginning: Love transcends
The past and present always, Love survives
Beyond…

"PROGRESSIONS, Page 5."

This story takes place after the events in Companion 3, a novel by
Pamela Rose. Fon those readers unfamiliar with the Companion stories, the
first two volumes, edited by Ellen Kobnin and Canal Huntenton, present the
prognession on the K/S…