Slash Fraser/Ray K Fanzines
A Different Corner by TM Alexander
Art by KOZ. F/K novella. What if Ray Kowalski met Constable Benton Fraser when Fraser first came to Chicago? Produced by The Presses and no longer available.
Anything by Sanguine
Sanguine is a penname used by Bast for a short period many years ago. Novella, 96 pages, digest sized zine. 2003 Fan Q Nominee, 2003 Sizzler Nominee. Summary: Ray Vecchio returns from his undercover assignment irrevocably changed, and when that change takes a deadly turn for Benton Fraser, Ray Kowalski is there to pick up the pieces of Ben's shattered heart and damaged body. Some themes may be disturbing to some readers. Available from Requiem Publications.
Multi-fandom Anthology. Digest sized. 300 pages. Color cover & interior art by Geli , 11 photomanips by Shar. Highlander illo by Deejay. ALL HAPPY ENDINGS, joyful celebration of love and hope. One Due South story by Bast, "Rut" (6 pages). Other fandoms/authors in zine: Stargate by Legion, JM Griffin. Sentinel by LilyK, Legion, Joize, Shorts, Bast. UNCLE by Summer. Starsky & Hutch by Lutra Cana. Highlander by Holly Lynn. Hard Core Logo by Sanguine. LOTR by JM Griffin. Professionals by Shorts, Karen Klinck. 13th Warrior with a Sentinel twist by Legion. Available from Requiem Publications.
Bene Dictum VI: Due Cut by M. Fae Glasgow
A third season Due South slash zine. 2 novellas, 7 short stories and vignettes. 2003 Serious Duck nominee (Best Anthology). 68,800 words, 223 half size pages, offset printed cover, spiral bound, (as always) no art, no poetry. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for ordering specifics.
The BF/RK 2002 Round Robins by various authors.
Colour cover and interior art by Shar. Three stories done round robin style. One of the stories is from the Serge mailing list and two all new for this volume. All happy endings for RayK and Fraser. 200 pages digest sized zine. Available from Requiem Publications.
The Big Girls' Book of Smallville Big Boys
This Smallville zine contains THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD, a 35,500-word Due South/Smallville crossover novella by M. Fae Glasgow. Pairings are Fraser/RayK and Clark/Lex. "Ray's used to Fraser risking his life in wildly bizarre ways, but this is the first time it's led to anywhere quite as bizarre as Smallville. Second season Smallville/pseudo-Call of the Wild Due South." Email email@example.com for ordering specifics.
Anthology, 276 pages, digest sized zine. 2003 Sizzler Nominee (Best Zine). 2003 Fan Q Winner (Best Due South Slash Zine). 2003 Sizzler Winner (Best Due South Cover). 2003 Sizzler Nominee (Best Interior Illo for "Magical Words"). 2003 Huggy nomination for Best Zine Anthology. 10 colour interior art, 6 b/w interior art. Stories: ‘Long Distance' by Rushlight, ‘Rivers of Regret' by Bast, ‘Body Heat' by Shadow, ‘Vengeance' by Callie, ‘Talking Out Loud' by Carmen, 'The Assignment' by Clare, ‘Magical Words' by Shorts, ‘Fraser's Wish List' by Sylvie Grenon, 'Broken' by Sanguine, 'we couldn't get closer than this' by AuKestrel. All happy endings. Available from Requiem Publications.
Body Heat 2
Anthology, 340 pages, digest sized zine. 2003 Sizzler Winner (Best Due South Zine). 2003 Fan Q Nominee. 2003 Serious Duck nominee (Best Anthology). 2003 Serious Duck Winner (Best Anthology). 2003 Sizzler Nominee (for "Swallowing Thunder" interior illo by Cat's Meow). 2003 Sizzler Nominee (for "Swallowing Thunder" by Grey). 2003 Sizzler Nominee (for "Want" by Sanguine). 2003 Sizzler Winner (for "Hot Bodies" by Shadow - Best Story). 2003 Huggy nomination for Best Zine Story: 'Swallowing Thunder' by Grey. 2003 Huggy nomination for Best Zine Anthology. 9 colour interior art + b/w interior art. Stories: ‘Vines' by Aouda Fogg, ‘Swallowing Thunder' by Grey, 'The Honker from Yonkers' by A. Kite, 'Issues' by M-A, ‘As You Wish' by Shorts, ‘Moonlight and Raindrops' by Bast, ‘Swords of Desire' by Sylvie, ‘Want' by Sanguine, ‘Hot Bodies' by Shadow . All happy endings. Available from Requiem Publications.
Body Heat 3
Anthology, 288 pages, digest sized zine. 2003 Serious Duck Nominee (Best Anthology). 2003 Huggy nomination for Best Zine Anthology. 11 colour interior art + b/w interior art. Stories: ‘Running' by Doll, 'I Will Follow You Forever' by Sanguine, 'Snow Legs' by Callie, ‘Namesick' by Grey, 'Walking Around On A Saturday' by Doll, 'Of The Northern Skies' by M-A, ‘A Moment In Time' by Shorts, ‘Finding Mr. Right' by Bast, ‘A Good Piece of Cheese' by Sylvie, ‘Mine' by Sanguine, ‘Top Dog' by Shadow. All happy endings. Available from Requiem Publications.
Body Heat 4
Anthology, approx. 330 pages, digest sized zine. 11 colour interior art + b/w interior art. Stories: ‘‘By All Rights' by Grey, ‘Trouble' by BJCochran, ‘The Sundering' by M-A, ‘Snow Day' by Mazeppa, ‘Just A Man' by Sanguine, ‘An Echo' by Bast, ‘Ice Castles' by Callie, ‘Look, Ray! No Hands!' by Angelise, ‘Kowalski Investigations' by A. Kite, ‘The Piano' by Genie. 'Walking Around On A Saturday' and 'Running' by Doll. All happy endings. Available from Requiem Publications.
Body Heat 5
Anthology, 200 pages, digest sized zine. 9 colour interior art + b/w interior art. Stories: ‘Will You Stay? By Bast and Sekhmet, Insight by doll, Adversity by Angelise, Sold by obiit and desperada, The Important Ones By Bast, Every Day New by Sanguine and Lionness, Dead Man In The Basement By Genie Chua, Resolutions By Grey, Listen by obiit.. All happy endings. Available from Requiem Publications.
Body Heat 6
Colour cover and colour interiors by The Cat's Meow Creative Arts. Additional colour and b&w art by Kit G. All happy endings stories with Ben & Ray K. 136 pages. 'Protocol' by Shadow. So far as Benton Fraser knew, there were no protocols for what he needed to do. 'Enquiry' by doll. Fraser. Dating. It's a sign of the Apocalypse. Also: 'Between A Rock And A Hard Place' by Lyn. 'A Fortuitous Meeting' by CJ and Lady of Avalon Mists. 'Off' by Grey. Available from Requiem Publications.
Color cover by Hindman. Stories based on Ben and Ray K's interactions with young things and children. Some happy, some sad and poignant, each is a very different take on the theme, but not your usual 'curtain fic.' A note on the inspiration for the zine is in front, (song words included). 70 pages digest. Authors include: Lucysmom, Neri Maxwell, CJ, Shannara Harper, desperada, Lyn. Available from Requiem Publications.
Brothers Kowalski by TM & PJ Alexander
Art by PJ Alexander. Second novel in the five-novel series. Kowalski is called back home to help his older brother (fact established by official DS presskit which never made it to the screen) out of a tight spot with the help of Fraser and Ray Vecchio. Produced by The Presses and no longer available.
Bygones by Grey
Novel, full sized zine, double columns, 394 pages. Ray Kowalski is letting his work take over his life after shooting a 14 yr old in self defense, and Welsh and Fraser are worried about him. When Fraser tries to push his friend to share what he's feeling, he discovers that the trust between partners is not as strong as he thought it was—on both sides. Ray also learns that you can't always run from secrets - they have a way of catching up with you. Some themes may be disturbing to some readers. Available from Requiem Publications.
Bygones 2: Lifeline: Chicago by Grey
Novel, 169 pages, double columned plus colour interior art and colour cover. Ray and Fraser are settling into their relationship, but not without a few bumps along the way. Despite Fraser's efforts, Ray finds it more and more difficult to fight off his depression and remain sober. About six months after the end of Bygones, Ray gets a murder case that puts him in danger again. After he is nearly killed, Fraser takes him to Canada for safekeeping. Available from Requiem Publications.
Bygones 3: Lifeline: Canada by Grey
Novel. Full-sized, 2 column, 206 pages, colour cover by Cat's Meow. Ben takes Ray to Canada to protect him from O'Malley, a Chicago mobster. They begin to strengthen their relationship and build a new life in Yellowknife only to have it disrupted by a figure from Ben's past. Available from Requiem Publications.
Novel. Full-sized, 11 pt. font, two column, 218
pages, colour cover by Cat's Meow, colour interior art by Ara and Heuradys. Winner
of a Fan Q for Due South Stand Alone Zine (slash). This
is the last, and 4th, book
in the Bygones series. Bygones 4 begins a few weeks after Bygones 3 ends.
Suffering from paralysis of his arm and other complications from being shot (in
"Lifeline: Canada"), Ben is admitted to a rehabilitation facility, and
Ray must spend time alone, readying their cabin for Ben's homecoming. While
there are others with whom Ray has contact, Turnbull's ex and Mimi's son, for
instance, he is faced with living mostly with himself. When Ben comes home and
eventually resumes his duties, Ray finds it difficult to accept he is no longer
able to protect Ben, or even be a cop. While his career as a photographer is
taking off, the rape's aftermath and his drinking may ruin Ray's life. Only
Benton Fraser has any chance of getting Ray to accept the help he needs.
Available from Requiem
Collected by Bast
Collection of Due South and Hard Core Logo stories by Bast from other zines (multi-fandom) zines. 114 pages, digest sized zine. A collection of Hard Core Logo and Due South stories previously printed in multimedia zines. Hard Core Logo stories include: Shiny; Insecurities; In the End (death story); Lucky. Due South stories include: Rut; Face to Face; Ready (co-written by Sekhmet); Going On; Told You; Sharp; Trust. Ready and Trust are new, exclusive to this collection. Available from Requiem Publications.
Multi-fandom anthology fanzines. Issues 7 and 8 contain 1 RayK/Fraser story each. Produced by StraightUp Press. No longer available as far as we know.
Duet, Volume 1
Anthology, digest size; 332 pp, 1 colour, 1 bw interior art, cover by Killa. 2003 Sizzler Winner (Best Due South Zine). 2003 Serious Duck nominee (Best Slash Anthology). 2002 Sizzler Winner (Best Due South Zine - tied). 2003 Huggy nominations for Best Zine Story: 'The Bodyguard' by Speranza and 'Bedlam' by M. Fae Glasgow. 2003 Huggy nomination for Best Zine Anthology. 2003 Huggy winner for Best Zine Anthology. 2003 Huggy winner for Best Zine Story: 'The Bodyguard' by Speranza. Stories: 'A Perfect Something' by Aristide, 'Understood' by ren, 'The Bodyguard' by Speranza, 'Bookends' by Destina Fortunato, 'Bedlam' by M. Fae Glasgow, 'Not A Brother' by Debra Fran Baker, 'Headcase' by Pares, 'Unrestrained' by Kit Mason, 'Ghosti' by Hth. From Duet Press, no longer available.
Duet, Volume 2
Anthology, digest size; 306 pp, 3 colour interior art, cover by Killa. 2003 ScrewZ Award (Best Due South Zine). 2003 Serious Duck nominee (Best Slash Anthology). 2003 Huggy nomination for Best Zine Story: 'First Person Imperfect' by Stormy. 2003 Huggy nomination for Best Zine Anthology. Stories: 'Fall' by Mia, 'Rational' by Viridian5, 'Palimpsest' by M. Fae Glasgow, 'First Person Imperfect' by Stormy, '...And the Cow Jumped Over the Moon' by Eugenie Chua, 'Mangy Dog' by Speranza, 'The Whole Enchilada' by Laura Shapiro and Pares, 'Scar Tissue' by MR, 'Food for Thought' by Sihaya Black, 'Six Feet Under' by Barb G., 'Superfreaky' by cmshaw, 'And Life Continues' by Jacquez H. Valentine. From Duet Press, no longer available.
Family by Bast
Novel, 144 pages, digest sized zine. 2003 Serious Duck Nominee (Best Slash Novel/Novella). 2003 Serious Duck Winner (Best Slash Novel/Novella, tied with The Wolf and the Butterfly). In this first time F/K novel, Fraser has given up all hope of a relationship with Ray Kowalski, when something happens that will change his and Ray's lives forever. Victoria Metcalf's murder leaves Ben with only one thing to remember her by: their daughter. Available from Requiem Publications.
Family Thing by Grey
Digest-sized, 180 pages. Art by Cat's Meow Creative Arts. Ray's cousin offers him a chance to have something he's always wanted, a family. Although this is about family and includes a child, the story focuses on Ben and Ray's relationship. Available from Requiem Publications.
The Full Mountie
Anthology zine, F/K; includes 2001 Huggy Award Winner for Best Due South Story 'Strictly Canadian' by TM Alexander. Various stories, poems; cartoons by Peej, art by KOZ and TM Alexander. Produced by The Presses and no longer available.
Fumbling Toward Ecstasy by Amarok
261 page digest-sized F/K novel. Gorgeous colour cover by Rose Malmaison. Summary: Fraser is kidnapped. His captors forcibly expose him to the new drug 'High Octane', which makes sex addicts of its victims. Ray Kowalski finds Fraser and frees him from captivity, but both of them continue to be victims of Fraser's addiction. Available from Requiem Publications.
Grief Has Its Own Timeframe by TM Alexander
Art by KOZ. F/K novel. Kowalski is attracted to his new partner but is hesitant to make any moves as he remembers his former partner (original character resembling Hugh Dillon). Produced by The Presses and no longer available.
Home by Sanguine
Novel, 156 pages, digest sized zines. 2003 Fan Q Nominee, 2003 Sizzler Nominee. 2003 Huggy nomination for Best Zine (Novel/Novella). When Buck Frobisher falls ill, Fraser is promoted and transferred back to Canada. Ray confesses his love, but can he and Ben cope with love, jealousy, marriage, Ray's family and Ben's fear of abandonment? Available from Requiem Publications.
Horizontal Mosaic vol. 1
Anthology. Name of story: Dual Citizenship. Summary: Det. Kowalski learns a few
things about his new partner
Author: Stormy. No longer available.
Horizontal Mosaic vol. 2
Multi-Fandom Anthology. Name of story: Hot August Knights. Summary: The weather isn't the only thing heating up in Chicago. Author: Scorch. No longer available
Horizontal Mosaic vol. 4
Multi-Fandom Anthology. 2 RayK/Fraser stories by Stormy: Title: Punch Drunk . Summary: an excerpt from Stormy's novel, Working Out, that has been slightly reworked to stand on its own (3 pages). Title: Hell On Wheels. Summary: Written in response to the 'Fraser's Religion' challenge and is an internal monologue from Ray's POV (4 pages). Both stories have a wonderful colour cover page done by Spacepixell. No longer available.
It's Raining Men 3
Multi-fandom Anthology. Full sized. 169 pages. Color cover by Shar. One RayK/Fraser Due South story by Sanguine, "Sold" (11 pages). One Fraser/Bobby Marlow (CKR character - DaVinci's Inquest) Due South/Da Vinci's Inquest xover by BJC, "The Land of Beyond" (18 pages). Other fandoms/authors in zine: Hard Core Logo by Sanguine. Sentinel by LilyK. Starsky & Hutch by Shorts. Stargate by Rimfire. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea by Heidi. seaQuest by JaimeBlue. Witchblade by Angelise. Law and Order by Liz The Lab Rat. Published by AngelWings Press. Available from Requiem Publications.
It's Raining Men 4
Multi-fandom Anthology. Full sized. 169 pages. Color cover by Bast. One RayK/Fraser Due South story byBast (3 pages). Fandoms in zine (may be multiple stories in each) include: CSI:Miami: 18 pages, Horation/Speed by Bast and Shadow. Stargate SG1: 45 pages, Jack/Daniel, Jack/Daniel/Teal'c by Rimfire. Due South: 3 pages, RayK/Fraser by Bast. Highlander/Beauty & the Beast: 17 pages, Vincent/Methos by Angelise. Tombstone: 7 pages, Doc/Wyatt by Angelise. Seaquest: 11 pages, Ben K./Tim O'N. By Jamie Blue. Smallville: 11 pages, Clark/Lex by Carmen. Babylon5: 33 pages, by Lily K. QAF UK: 9 pages, Vince/Alexander by Shorts. Forever Knight: 9 pages, LaCroix/Nick Knight by Shadow. Available from Requiem Publications.
Legwork by Grey
Novel, 164 pages plus colour interior art and colour cover. Despite Ray ordering him to get under cover, Ben tries to get a man with a gun, someone Ray K knows, to surrender, and is wounded. As he recovers from the crippling gunshot wound, he and Ray discover new aspects of their relationship. Available from Requiem Publications.
Anthology, Multi-Fandom, VAMPIRE, 264 pages. 1 RayK/Fraser story, 12 pages in length, by Sanguine. Other fandoms/pairings are: Buffy: Spike/Xander, Professionals: Bodie/Doyle, Sentinel: Jim/Blair, Sentinel/Forever Knight: Rafe/Lacroix/Vachon, Law&Order: Lennie/Mike Logan. Published by AngelWings Press. Available from Requiem Publications.
Netfic Collected by Bast
Slash RayK/Fraser. Color cover and interior by Shar. 248 pages of due South yumminess! Award winning fiction collected in one thick book. Scarlet Fever Winner, 2002 Serge Award, Best PWP. Head Over Heels Graphic for this story won 2002 Serge Award for Best Artwork. Understanding Fraser: Winner, 2003 Serge Award, Best PWP & Winner, 2003 Serious Duck Award, Best Slash Short Work. Dance Winner, 2003 Serious Duck Award, Best Slash Romance & the Graphic for this story won 2003 Serge Award for Best Artwork & a 2003 Serious Duck Award for Best Slash Graphic. Christmas Wishes Winner, 2003 Serge Award, Best Holiday Story & Winner, 2003 Serious Duck Award, Best Slash Story. Something to Live For Winner, 2002 Serge Award, Best Drama. Available from Requiem Publications.
Northern Light by Shadow
A slash RayK/Fraser novella. Colour cover, three exclusive interior colour artworks by Shar. Digest-sized, 64 pages. Summary: After Ray K loses his sight, it's up to Fraser to show him that life isn't over. Maybe love is blind. Maybe it just sees with different eyes. Available from Requiem Publications.
Northwest Passage by TM Alexander
Art by KOZ. Winner of 2001 Huggy Award (Best Due South Novel). First in a five-novel series taking up where the show left off, with Fraser and Kowalski finding the Hand of Franklin and starting a new life together as lovers. Ray Vecchio shows up to help defeat an old enemy who comes looking for Fraser. Produced by The Presses and no longer available.
Paean to Priapus VII: Circumference by M. Fae Glasgow
A multi-media slash zine featuring 10 stories in the following universes: Due South (F/K 57.5%; F/V 5%); Phantom Menace (24%); X-Files (13.5%). 82,600 words, 123 full size pages, no art, no poetry. Contents: 1 F/K novella and 2 F/K stories; 1 F/V story; 3 Q/O stories and 2 Q/O vignettes; 1 Skinner/Mulder story. Circumference may be ordered as a print zine with original covers (firstname.lastname@example.org for specifics). Alternatively, Circumference may be downloaded in two formats: 1) PDF file of the print zine suitable for printing; 2) PDF file designed and formatted specifically for reading onscreen. Visit: http://www.oblique-publications.net/zines/paean.html#ptopvii
The Rescue Series by Angelise
This Due South/Highlander crossover series of stories chronicles Detective Ray Kowalski's breakdown when Mountie Benton Fraser happily tells him that he has been transferred back to Canada -- and does not invite Ray to go with him. Can Ray swallow his fear and admit his feelings to his partner before Fraser is gone for good? Or will it take fellow detective Tom Dewey, and his Immortal lover, Duncan MacLeod, to get these two men to see the light? No longer available.
Starved by Grey
Novel, 168 pages full size plus colour interior art and colour cover. Grey ’s first all romance novel! There is some angst, but it’s mostly romance. If you’re into loving first time stories, this novel will fit the bill. Ray is mandated to attend a stress management and team-building seminar and he takes Fraser with him. Both are surprised by what they learn. Available from Requiem Publications.
Walking in the Sky by Caroline Alert
Art by KOZ. F/K novel, first-timer. Post-rape trauma. 2001 Huggy Award Nomination (Best Due South Novel). Produced by The Presses and no longer available.
Wildly Bizarre Boundaries by ride_4ever and verushka70
Slash novel. Full-sized 169 pages with colour cover and interior colour and b/w art by Jackymedan. Is online but has been edited for publication. Summary: Ray Kowalski loves Ben Fraser, and it would seem Fraser feels something for his partner in return. Ray wants more, but events in his past have Ben ducking any chance of physical intimacy beyond the occasional touch of a hand. Determined to provide for Ray's needs, Ben makes an outrageous offer, or two, while an equally determined Ray wants to get Ben past his mental obstacles. The story explores, with a great deal of humour and poignancy, the ideas that the rules in a relationship are what those involved agree upon, and no obstacle cannot be overcome.
The Winter of Ray's Soul by Calista Echo
RayK/Fraser slash novel. Digest sized, 272 pages, colour cover, interior colour art. Ray Kowalski, known to the world at large as Ray Vecchio, is targeted by a violent man out to avenge the woman he loves, a woman Vecchio once dated, who became a heroin addict and hooker after the relationship ended. Contains violent scenes, but also comfort and healing. Available from Requiem Publications.
The Wolf and the Butterfly by Bast
RayK/Fraser slash novella. Digest sized, 104 pages, colour cover, interior b/w art. 2003 Sizzler winner (Best Novel). 2003 Sizzler nominee (Best Zine). Fan Q 2003 winner Stand alone zine). 2003 Screwz award winner (Best novella, Due South). 2003 Serious Duck nominee (Best Slash Novel/Novella). 2003 Serious Duck Winner (Best Slash Novel/Novella, tied with Family). 2003 Huggy nomination for Best Zine (Novel/Novella). When Fraser stays tired and sick for months, Ray makes him see a doctor, worried that his worst fears are to be realised. This is a first time love story containing romance, angst, and h/c. Happy Ending! Available from Requiem Publications.