Ambrov Zeor. Issues 1-3. Page #12

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Title

Ambrov Zeor. Issues 1-3. Page #12

Subject

Science Ficition Fanzine

Description

A fanzine centered around the Sime Gen Universe.

Creator

Ann Pinzow, Jean Airey, Judy Segal, Kerry Schaefer

Source

Georgia Tech Archives: Science Fiction Fanzines Collection: https://www.library.gatech.edu/archives/finding-aids/view?query=Ambrov+Zeor&docId=ead%2FMS420-ead%2FMS420-ead.xml&chunk.id=#2

Date

1984

Contributor

Mani Japra, Collin Richards, Emmanuel Fregene, Ella Sivertsen

Rights

Copyright 1984 by Jacqueline Lichtenberg. All rights reserved to Jacqueline Lichten- berg except where otherwise noted and arranged by prior agreement. All original artwork remains the property of its creator. All letters received by Jacqueline Lichtenberg, Anne Pinzow, Jean Airey, or Kerry Schaefer will be considered potentially publishable material and will be treated as such, unless the writer specifically requests they not be quoted. Publication does not constitute endorsement by the staff of Ambrov Zeor.

Language

english

Type

Science Fiction

Scripto

Transcription

10.

I don't think you're going to be too desolate with UNTO ZEOR, FOREVER. Though
the characters aren't the same, a Farris is a Farris and a natural donor is a natural
donor in any century. Their personal problems are different. People who cope with
future shock are different from people who live on the frontier. But they're just as
fascinating.

And you will learn the story of Hugh and Rior, even more of it than Hugh lived to see,
because it's part of the historical background. Consider if Hugh were a woman for
Klyd to be interested in. Well, in UNTO, one of Hugh's descendents, likewise a natural
donor like Hugh, but with Farris blood too, gets involved with Digen Farris, Sectuib

in Zeor.

As for the notion of Hugh's going through changeover —- that's weird. A Gen is a Gen
is a Gen and there's nothing that can be done about it. But yes, Hugh is a new sort ‘of
mutation, a Natural Donor, the first of the breed to yet be identified.

I'd love to discuss Hugh's feeling that he ought to have tentacles. It's the tip of one of
those famous Lichtenberg icebergs that are so famous in ST fandom.

I'd love to get into the whole homosexuality thing. I think I've almost got it whipped

into UNTO -- I have to devise a way to make it dramatically clear that the emotional
relationships between transfer partners are not sexual in connotation, but can sometimes
be more powerful than sex even. (Sex is a pleasure that takes a backseat to raw survival
in the biology life processes list.)

. \ ,

Oh, and UNTO is told from the point of view-of Digen Farris, so we see the world
through Sime eyes this time. It should make rereading HoZ into a whole new adventure
once people understand what really was going .on-inside Klyd.



H. slant-0.:


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