The Format




Year of publication

Story focus: Vincent/Catherine/Diana/Other?

Rating: (usually assigned by the authors or editors, butsometimes by Nan)

Size: number of pages, size of zine, typeset info)

Art information: names of contributing artists, sometimesnotes on actual content in R/X rated drawings


We strongly suggest writing to the author/editor (enclose a SASE) to see if the given zine is still available before you send a check and get excited. Many of the zines listed here are now out of print and are only available through secondhand sales.

Additional information: Usually a short story blurb appearshere (MANY have been written by Nan), along with miscellaneousinformation that may not fit anywhere else

To clarify some terms:

"Edited by" zine is usually an anthology containing thework of several writers

Classic means the story involves Vincent and Catherine, notDiana (though she may figure as a helper or friend);

SND stories are those in which She's Not Dead: generallyalternate 3rd or 4th season stories in which Catherine didn't die(some of these involve Catherine's ghost).

Continued Classic stories deal with Vincent and Catherineand continue, often spinning off from the Trilogy, as though 3rdseason never happened.

4th season indicates a given story takes off from the wholeseries as we know it.

Price and ordering information, extras (such as agestatement); US=United States EUR=Europe UK=Britain PAC=PacificELSE=Everywhere else; SASE=business sized (#10) self-addressedstamped envelope; who to make the check or money order out to; agestatements for R-rated zines are age 18 or over; age statements forX-rated zines are age 21 or over. When in doubt (if the zine merelysays it's adult) inform the publisher that you're over 21.

Note: R and X ratings normally indicate that the materialcontains graphic sex; an X rating indicates the sex is dramatized infull detail, including all pertinent portions of the anatomies of theparticipants. Occasionally a zine may be rated adult (R/X) forprofanity/obscenity or graphic violence, but this is rare in B&Bfandom. The ratings, G-X, are solely for the readers' information;they are in no way a reflection on the quality of the writing or ofthe zine as a whole.