Whoosh! Issue Ten - July 1997



KymKym Masera Taborn (ktaborn@lightspeed.net)
WHOOSH! Editor-in-Chief
Chairperson, IAXS
http://userzweb.lights peed.net/~kym
BA History 1980. MA Music 1984. JD Law 1991. Kym practices law for the federal government in the Central Valley of California. Kym was the founder and first Chairperson of the Board for IAXS. Kym is 38 and lives in Bakersfield, CA with Wes, her incredibly patient husband of ten years, and Ira, her loyal nine year-old son. Both her and Ira each have their own five-inch Xena action figure and look forward to hanging out at Carl Junior's this summer.
Favorite XWP episode: It is still...DREAMWORKER (#03)!!
Favorite XWP line: Gabrielle to Xena: "You're not much for girl talk, are you? Of course, you're not like most girls." PROMETHEUS (#08)
First episode seen: CRADLE OF HOPE (#04).
Least favorite episode: GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN (#28)

Betsy Betsy Book bsquared@interport.net
http://www.users .interport.net/~bsquared/
WHOOSH! Webmaster
Vice Chairperson, IAXS
Betsy Book is a 27-year-old Web and AOL Production Assistant for iVillage, a Silicon Alley start-up. Her hobbies include reading, watching television, and corrupting young boys from Utah. She currently lives in Brooklyn and is building her summer t-shirt collection. If you would like to send her a t-shirt, feel free! Send it to: 328 Flatbush Avenue, Suite 331, Brooklyn, NY 11238.
Favorite XWP episodes: DREAMWORKER (#03) and WARRIOR...PRINCESS...TRAMP (#30)
Favorite XWP lines: Princess Diana talking about Xena: "She looks just like me, *before* I've brushed my hair." (WARRIOR...PRINCESS, episode #15); MEG as XENA: "Hold it right there! In the blink of an eye I can split the skull of anyone who moves with my trusty... shamrock!" (WARRIOR...PRINCESS...TRAMP, episode #30)
First episode seen: CHARIOTS OF WAR (#02)
Least favorite episode: FOR HIM THE BELL TOLLS (#40)

BretBret Rudnick (brudnick@head-cfa.har vard.edu)
WHOOSH! Token Male Who Wields Mysterious Power
Member of the Board, IAXS
When he's not working for a big Science/Engineering company that (amongst other things) designs, builds, launches, and operates exploratory spacecraft, Bret writes fantasy novels and short stories. Bret is a man of many skills, having also previously been an olympic-qualified archer, a drummer in the Butch Grinder Band, a newsreader for Public Television Station KVCR, and a Deputy Sheriff for the County of San Bernardino, California. He also collects Japanese swords, armour, and art. He and his dog hunt down stray Bacchae in New England.
Favorite XWP episode: HOOVES AND HARLOTS (#10), WARRIOR...PRINCESS...TRAMP (#30), and THE QUEST (#37)
Favorite XWP line: Autolycus: "I'm not just leering at scantily clad women, you know, I'm working!" THE QUEST (#37)
First episode seen: CRADLE OF HOPE (#04)
Least favorite episode: GIANT KILLER (#27)

CynthiaCynthia Ward Cooper (cyn@netcom.com)
Supreme Keeper of the Sacred FAQ
Member of the Board, IAXS
Cynthia Cooper was born in Fort Riley, Kansas on December 18, 1959, to a young Army officer and his Southern belle wife. Her early years were marked not only by incessant travel, but also by the knowledge that her birthdate had been calculated to maximize her parents' tax benefits. After a number of adventures, including her rather surprising matriculation from Rice University, Cynthia moved to Dallas, where a promising career as a neo-punk hair model was cut short due to an unfortunate follicular accident. While waiting for her hair to grow back, she earned a master's degree in library science, and is presently masquerading as a technical librarian in a Dallas-area public library. Present obsessions include bad horror movies, Richard III, and the study of ritual cannibalism (though she hastens to assure all that she's a vegetarian). Cynthia has been an ardent Xenite since the very first episode of XWP, and frequently expresses the opinion that the world would be a far better place if everyone would just sit down together and watch Xena once a week.
Favorite XWP episode to rewatch: ROYAL COUPLE OF THIEVES (#17)
Favorite XWP episode overall: THE GREATER GOOD (#21) and REMEMBER NOTHING (#26)
Favorite XWP line: Xena: Xena: "I've got nothing but bad news for you" DESTINY (#36).
First episode seen: SINS OF THE PAST (#01)
Least favorite episode: A SOLSTICE CAROL (#33)

TomTom Simpson (thomas@xenafan.com)
WHOOSH! Art Director and Whipping Boy
Member of the Board, IAXS
Giant lizards destroying buildings and toasters taking over the world are only some of the strange products from Tom's wacky imagination. Tom has worked in public television, at MTV, and currently works as a web producer at CitySearch. From time to time when he's not busy smooching his significant other he runs a little Xena page. He also enjoys watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer and other fine television products. Television is our friend, we should all love and respect it. It gives so much and asks so little. And that's all he needs to say.
Favorite XWP episode: ROYAL COUPLE OF THIEVES (#17)
Favorite XWP line: MEG as XENA: "That's Xena with a capital 'Z'!" (WARRIOR...PRINCESS...TRAMP, episode #30)
First episode seen: WARRIOR...PRINCESS (#15)
Least favorite episode: THE TITANS (#07)

RitaRita Schnepp (schnepp@pepperdine.edu)< br> Encyclopedia Xenaica Administrator
Member of the Board, IAXS
http://pc-rschnepp.peppe rdine.edu
Rita Schnepp, also known on-line as Athena/Rita Reckless, is a Network Engineer at Pepperdine University. She lives in Los Angeles, CA. Rita 'was' a triathlete whose favorite hobby was cross-country running until she came across "Xena: Warrior Princess" on the 'telly' back in October of '95. She has since grown into a 'Xenaficionado' and veritable couch potato. Having been through "Xena De-tox" twice, she can now make it once around the block without having to stop to watch a re-run. She is creator of the "Coffee TaWk" website, (http://pc-rschnepp.peppe rdine.edu), and a member of the Southern California Xenafest I and II organizing committee.
Favorite XWP episode: SINS OF THE PAST (#01)
Favorite XWP line: Salmoneus to Xena: "You should always address your troops from the right side. It's your GOOD side...NOT that you have a BAD one!" (THE GAUNTLET, HTLJ #12)
First episode seen: WARRIOR PRINCESS (HTLJ #09)
Least favorite episode: FOR HIM THE BELL TOLLS (#40)

DebbieDebbie Cassetta (dcassett@duke.poly.edu)< br> Yet Another Keeper of the Sacred FAQ
Member of the Board, IAXS
Debbie Cassetta lives in New York where she works as the Director of Operations and Information Systems at a university in NYC. A doctoral candidate in American Studies at NYU, she also teaches United States history to college students and tutors illiterate adults in reading. Known around the Xenaverse as Mistopholees, she is a member of the NYC XenaFest Committee and president of Sword and Staff. Her other interests include photography, reading, science fiction, and anything Star Trek.
Favorite XWP episode: ALTARED STATES (#19) and IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE (#24).
Favorite XWP line: Xena, pulling herself and Gabrielle out of a well: "Loving every moment of it!" (ALTARED STATES, #19); Xena: "I have many skills." (THE BLACK WOLF, #11; TIES THAT BIND, #20; HERE SHE IS...MISS AMPHIPOLIS, #35)
First episode seen: ALTARED STATES (#19)
Least favorite episode: FOR HIM THE BELL TOLLS (#40)

HepKaren Maeda Allman (Heparin@eor.com)
WHOOSH! Assistant Editor
Member of the Board, IAXS
Karen Maeda Allman (aka Heparin) is doggedly trying to finish her dissertation so she can at last put the letters 'PhD' after her name. When not reading and publishing on multiraciality (and its interconnections with gender identity and sexuality) she is one of the booksellers of Red and Black Bookstore Collective in Seattle, Washington. Heparin is also a registered nurse, teacher, former punk rock singer/songwriter with Conflict U.S. (Unjust/Placebo Records) and has been published in music papers (Slash, Slit, The New York Rocker ), Asian American Community Papers (The Pacific Reader , International Examiner) and in academic periodicals and books (most recently in Multiracial Experience: Racial Borders as the New Frontier edited by Maria PP Root). Rumor has that she can cook some mighty fine vegetarian eggplant dishes.
Favorite XWP episodes: THE GAUNTLET (HTLJ #12), SINS OF THE PAST (#01), and THE RECKONING (#06). (I tend to like angsty episodes that dwell on Xena's inner turmoil and have lots of Bulgarian style music in the scoring.)
Favorite XWP line: Xena: "I'm a problem solver!"
First episode seen: CRADLE OF HOPE (#04)
Least favorite episode: THE TITANS (#07)

DianeDiane Silver (dswriter@idir.net)
WHOOSH! Assistant Editor
Member of the Board, IAXS
Amazed by her fervent Xena addiction, Diane Silver was once a serious sort who would have scoffed at the idea of a whoosh or a chakram cam. Today, she loves them. Silver has been a professional writer for more than 20 years, including stints at United Press International and The Wichita Eagle. She once took a brief detour into politics, working as press secretary for a Democratic candidate for Kansas governor. Currently an editor for a nonprofit foundation, Silver is also pursuing a freelance writing career. Her second book, THE NEW CIVIL WAR: THE LESBIAN AND GAY STRUGGLE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS, will be published by Franklin Watts in 1997. She is at work on her third book, a memoir called SACRED MOMENTS: THE JOURNEY OF A LESBIAN MARRIAGE. Her work has also appeared in national publications, including Ms. magazine. A graduate of Michigan State University (Hi there, Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert), Silver shamefully admits to never having been much of a Spartan sports fan. She lives in Lawrence, Kansas, with her son, dog and two cats. A recent convert to the internet, she posts on the mailing lists as Silver and on the NetForum as Freedom2.
Favorite XWP episode: IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE? (#24)
Favorite XWP line: Xena: I have many skills. THE BLACK WOLF (#11), TIES THAT BIND (#20), and HERE SHE COMES...MISS AMPHIPOLIS (#35).
First episode seen: IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE (#24)
Least favorite episode: FOR HIM THE BELL TOLLS (#40)

ChrisChris Clogston (cclogston@earthlink.net )
WHOOSH! Proofreader
My B.S. degree is in Biology (1980) but I've enjoyed a busy non-Ph.D career in biochemistry --I've authored or co-authored over twenty scientific papers in journals such as Analytical Biochemistry, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Blood, Cell, Nature, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Protein Expression and Purification and in several years' of Proceedings volumes: Techniques in Protein Chemistry. I've co-authored a chapter on the folding of human recombinant granulocyte colony-stimulating factor in Protein Folding: In Vivo and In Vitro, published by the American Chemical Society. However, I am not a Bard. I'm a native Southern Californian and therefore have a proficiency in disaster preparedness. I've co-authored the Research Disaster Recovery plan at my place of employment and am a member of the Emergency Response Team there. I became involved in Xena fan activities shortly after the Burbank convention. Seems to have had something to do with obtaining the chakram at the charity auction. I currently hold memberships in: The Protein Society (Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology) Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities, International Arthurian Society, North American Branch, The Mythopoeic Society, Society for Creative Anachronism.
Favorite episode: A DAY IN THE LIFE (#39)
Favorite line: Minya to Gabrielle: "What's it like to travel with the hottest warrior in the butt-kicking biz?" A DAY IN THE LIFE (#39)
First episode seen: FISTFUL OF DINARS (#14)
Least favorite episode: FOR HIM THE BELL TOLLS (#40)


VirginiaVirginia Carper (carperv@FRB.GOV)
"Food and Drink: What Xena and Gabrielle Eat on the Road"
IAXS Project #256
My goal is to be a garden variety human being. My friends know me as a squirrel. I am, however, a card carrying member of the Squirrel Lovers Club, and do squirrel studies. The FRB.GOV means that I am in U.S. Federal Government Service, and proud of it. My husband, the Civil War Buff, introduced me to things military. Together, we have visited every Civil War battlefield in PA, DEL, MD, W.VA.., VA, and NC. I am also a disability activist. My family watches XWP for the marvelous things Xena does and for Joxer , the warlord with autism. (Yes, we all have various disabilities.)
Favorite episode: ULYSSES (#43)
Favorite line: Xena to Gabrielle: "Are you alright?" Gabrielle: "I just had to get rid of my squid friends." LOST MARINER (#45)
First episode seen: WARRIOR PRINCESS (H#09)
Least favorite episode: A NECESSARY EVIL (#38)

Christ Clogston (cclogston@earthlink.net )
"Plot Developments and Fun Facts I Learned from Xena: Warrior Princess, Season 2"
Special to WHOOSH!
"Hercules/Xena Convention, Sacramento May 31, 1997"
A WHOOSH! Report
Ms. Clogston is a staff member of WHOOSH! For her biography, please refer to the staff section above.

CherylCheryl Frost (shaych3@aol.com)
"Hercules/Xena Convention, Sacramento May 31, 1997"
A WHOOSH! Report
I am a California native, 26 yrs old, fan fic writer, XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS addict and all around nut. The rest is subject to change without warning.
Favorite episode: THE QUEST (#39)
Favorite line: Gabrielle to Ephiny : "Excuse me, but you must have me mistaken for a pet." HOOVES AND HARLOTS (#10)
First episode seen: THE PRODIGAL (#18)
Least favorite episode: ULYSSES (#43)

MelissaMelissa Meister (amazonchick@mindspring.com)
"XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS Through the Lenses of Feminism"
IAXS Project #288
"Hercules/Xena Convention, Sacramento May 31, 1997"
A WHOOSH! Report
Melissa Meister, better known as Mel to her friends, and better known to Xenites as XENAMEISTER, is a senior majoring in Women's Studies and minoring in Humanities at the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ. She is currently applying for a Fulbright Scholarship to New Zealand and getting ready to apply to graduate schools in the field of Women's Studies and Comparative Literature. Melissa is the keeper of XENAMEISTER'S XENAVERSE (http://melissa.simp lenet.com/xena.html), which is home to the weekly Xena Episode Reviews and the Sapphic Xena and Gabrielle Pages. Melissa's favorite activity is subverting dominant paradigms. Melissa is often called "freak" or "weirdo," but she is just misunderstood.
Favorite episode: A DAY IN THE LIFE (#39) and A NECESSARY EVIL (#38)
Favorite line: Velasca : "Let me tell you something about myself, I like pain, I like what it does to people, and I like what it makes people do." THE QUEST (#37)
First episode seen: DESTINY (#36)
Least favorite episode: FOR HIM THE BELL TOLLS (#40)

Susan Pisciotta
"Hercules/Xena Convention, Sacramento May 31, 1997"
A WHOOSH! Report

JacquieJacquie Propps (jacqrat@aol.com)
"Hercules/Xena Convention, Sacramento May 31, 1997"
A WHOOSH! Report
Jacquie spends most of her time learning the art of DORIAN RHYTHM GYMNASTICS. Somehow she escaped her childhood in Cucamonga, California. She fled to the Bay Area, and subsequently earned an BA in Broadcast Communication Arts at SF State. (Folks, 6th Floor Merced ROCKED!) Currently, she shares a three bedroom house on an acre in the Oakland hills with her life- partner, Rebecca, who's starting to get a bit tired of Jacq's obsession. Real Work ( c'mon -- how can anything that's non-XWP related be real?) happens at a Country format radio station in San Francisco. Yes, she LOVES the music -- the more TWANG, the BETTER! In addition to writing radio copy, Jacquie welcomes other creative writing challenges. She still has the Dixie Cup, but Rebecca doesn't let her wear it outside of the house.
Favorite episodes: SINS OF THE PAST (#01); THE GREATER GOOD (#21); and INTIMATE STRANGERS (#31).
Favorite Scene: The Joxer "pinata" and face-smash cam. INTIMATE STRANGERS (#31).
Favorite Line: XENA in CALLISTO 's body: "What have you done with Gabrielle?". CALLISTO in XENA's body: "Well, she's MY little friend NOW!" INTIMATE STRANGERS (#31)

Bret Rudnick (brudnick@head-cfa.har vard.edu)
"An Interview with Kevin Smith"
"An Interview with Robert Field, Part 1"
Exclusive to WHOOSH!
Mr. Rudnick is a staff member of WHOOSH! For his biography, please refer to the staff section above.

JulieJulie Ruffell (norman_ruffell@bc.sy mpatico.ca)
"Xena's Destiny: The Events and People Who Shaped Her Life up to the Time of SINS OF THE PAST"
Special to WHOOSH!
I am sixteen-years-old and in Grade 10. I go to Johnston Heights Secondary in Surrey, British Columbia. I started writing when I was 14. First, I wrote short stories about STAR TREK: VOYAGER, then when XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS started in 1995, I wrote about her instead. When I was 15 I finished writing my first novel, "Star Trek Voyager: Connections." Then my friend Angela Ekkert and I wrote a Xena novel called, "Blood Lines." When I heard about WHOOSH, I contacted Kym. She invited me to write an article and so I put together, "Xena's Destiny: The Events And People Who Shaped Her Life," which I hope will be in WHOOSH soon. I have just finished my first script (which is XENA) called, "Scars Of Tragedy." I plan to submit it to MCA once I find a good agent.
Favorite XWP episode: THE PRICE (#44)
Favorite XWP lines: "I have many skills." THE BLACK WOLF (#11), TIES THAT BIND (#20), and HERE SHE COMES...MISS AMPHIPOLIS (#35); Xena to Draco: "Well ain't love a b***h?" A COMEDY OF EROS (#46)
First episode seen: SINS OF THE PAST (#01)
Least favorite episode: THE TITANS (#07)

Christine Schinella (macavite@ix.netcom.com)< br> "Why We like XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS"
IAXS Project #151
Born and raised in the Big Apple. A Queens resident now for over 30 something years. Attended the School of Visual Arts where she majored in Graphic Arts and took several writing courses. An interest in law enforcement lead her to volunteer her services as an Auxiliary Police Officer in her community with the NYPD's 114th Precinct, where in a short time she was made Field Training Officer by her superior officers. In 1992 she joined the N.Y.C. Taxi and Limousine Commission as a law enforcement officer. She enjoys watching Xena: Warrior Princess and reading Classic Star Trek although any Star Trek novel is enjoyed. Her hobbies include: writing (has posted part of her short story "Transitions" on the Xena NetForum as well as a number of poems), sketching, painting... and a variety of other skills.
Favorite episode: A DAY IN THE LIFE (#39)
Favorite line: Gabrielle to Xena: "You used my scrolls?!?" A DAY IN THE LIFE (#39)

GianaGiana Sivertsen (broderickp@earthlink.net)
"Xena's Failure to Save Perdicus in THE RETURN OF CALLISTO"
My name is Giana Sivertsen. I play basketball for the Brea Olinda Ladycats. I am currently a junior in high school. I am 17 (May 28,1980). My absolute favorite show is XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS, and my mom and my sister are both Xenites, too. I love to write and my favorite color is Green.
Favorite episode: ALTARED STATES (#19)
Favorite line: Gabrielle to Xena: "As if your breasts aren't dangerous enough." DREAMWORKER (#03)
First episode seen: DEATH IN CHAINS (#09)
Least favorite episode: None. I like them all.

Laurie Sosna (emet@sfsu.edu)
"Hercules/Xena Convention, Sacramento May 31, 1997"
A WHOOSH! Report
Freelance writer: 1979-present. Present obsessions: fractal geometry and chaos theory, the blues, stride piano, Spinoza, Golem legends, Nikita, Buffy, Xena, my beautiful niece Jessica Nicole, watching anything with my surround-sound system (especially Xena), good food, better wine. 38, Native Californian, 5' 7", 120 pounds. brown hair, brown eyes. Most pressing problem: people who just don't get it. Standard answer to those who don't get it: "It's the romance, stupid!" Personal motto: "Lighten up! "
Favorite episode: THE PRICE (#44) Learn it, know it, live it. THE LOST MARINER (#45) Romance, romance, romance.
Favorite line: Paelaemon: "Is your friend really worth all this?" Xena: "I'd give my life to save her." BLIND FAITH (#42); Xena: "You understand hatred, but you have never given into it." THE PRICE (#44)
First episode seen: HERE SHE COMES...MISS AMPHIPOLIS (#35)
Least favorite episode: I haven't seen one I truly dislike. Although ULYSSES (#43) was plagued by the complete lack of chemistry between Xena and Ulysses and a certain lack of conviction in the script, I think that even the worst episodes are redeemed by the presence of Renee O'Connor who always seems to get the best lines.

Shelley Sullivan (trustno1@globalserve.net)
"The Gabrielle Scrolls, Scroll 1"
Special to WHOOSH!
When I am not flyfishing, filling out baseball line-ups, or earning a dinar or two, I am indulging my Xena obsession. I have been a fan since the initial airing of SINS OF THE PAST (#01), and if the VCR had not been in existence, I would have had to invent one.
Favorite episodes: DREAMWORKER (#03), THE GREATER GOOD (#21), and THE QUEST (#37).
Favorite line: Xena about the villagers: "Kill 'em all!" TIES THAT BIND (#20)
First episode seen: SINS OF THE PAST (#01)
Least favorite episode: FOR HIM THE BELL TOLLS (#40)

Kym Masera Taborn (ktaborn@lightspeed.net)< br> "The Curse of BAYWATCH"
Special to WHOOSH!
Ms. Taborn is a staff member of WHOOSH! For her biography, please refer to the staff section above.

DebbieDebbie White (horse@prairienet.org)
A WHOOSH! Series
Debbie White is a graduate of the Institute of Children's Literature and is currently studying Animal Science at Southern IL University at Carbondale. She is 20 years old, single, and has watched Xena since the first Sins of the Past (i.e., the beginning).
Favorite XWP episode: REMEMBER NOTHING (#26)
Favorite XWP line: Gabrielle: "If you don't know, it must be Xena." (ORPHAN OF WAR, #25)
First episode seen: SINS OF THE PAST (#01)
Least favorite episode: GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN (#28)


No graphics editors were harmed during the production of this issue, although one was a near casualty as he rifled through some Gillian Anderson in her undies pictures for this issue. We have fears he may not make it through the Special All-Amazon issue coming up. We invite your prayers and your show of support that he may survive this upcoming ordeal.


Officers of the Board (All Hail the Board)
Chairperson: Kym Taborn (ktaborn@lightspeed.net)
Vice Chairperson: Betsy Book (bsquared@interport.net)
Token Guy: Bret Rudnick
(brudnick@head-cfa.har vard.edu)

Members of the Board (All Hail the Board)

Cynthia Ward Cooper (cyn@netcom.com)
Supreme Keeper of the Sacred FAQ

Tom Simpson (thomas@xenafan.com)
Graphics Consultant and Designer and Official Chakram Catcher

Rita Schnepp (schnepp@pepperdine.edu)
Encyclopedia Xenaica Administrator

Debbie Cassetta (dcassett@duke.poly.edu)
Yet Another Keeper of the Sacred FAQ

Karen Maeda Allman (heparin@eor.com)
Assistant Editor

Diane Silver (DSWriter@idir.net)
Assistant Editor

IAXS is a voluntary amateur organization of arm- chair scholars who wish to devote time to the contemplation and study of all things to do with the world-wide syndicated television show, XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (XWP) and to share their findings in a supportive and creative environment.

WHOOSH! was created as the repository for the creative output of IAXS members. Membership to IAXS only requires that each member have access to an internet e-mail address and make at least one contribution to WHOOSH! once per year.

This issue was possible only through the hard work of IAXS members who submitted some very thought provoking and fun papers, and the technical and creative help of the self-sacrificial WHOOSH! staff. Without these people's dedication and service, above and beyond the call of duty, you would not be reading this.

WHOOSH! will strive to be eclectic and entertaining. We will try to offer varying viewpoints on the general to the specific, from the popular to the arcane. You should be able to get a very intense Xena fix whenever you visit our pages. We want you to reminisce, laugh, ponder, and mostly, be entertained.

A special thanks to Tom Simpson (again) and Carol Burrell who graciously allowed Whoosh! to use images from their own XWP Web sites. Be sure to drop by their sites too:


WHOOSH! is the Journal of the International Association of Xena Studies (IAXS), an amateur fan-run organization devoted to the extreme study and analysis of all things remotely related to the world-wide syndicated television show, XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS, a property of MCA/Universal Television. WHOOSH! is the repository of the research produced by IAXS members. WHOOSH! is released the 1st of every month. It is distributed on the World Wide Web and as a text version to members via internet e-mail. WHOOSH! is published and edited by Kym Masera Taborn through IAXS.
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WHOOSH! in no way intends to infringe upon the rights of holders of copyrights held and/or referred to in this non-profit fan publication. All original stories and artwork are copyrighted to the authors. WHOOSH!, IAXS, and Kym Masera Taborn holds an unlimited reprint license on all original material appearing in this publication.

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