J/7 Pulp Fiction Cover Art Series!
No. 3, "Beebo -- a Lesbian Classic"
by Tenderware


Well, I'm not old enough to remember when Ann Bannon's "Beebo Brinker" was practically the only butch in town, but I am old enough to appreciate what this novel must have meant to those who do remember when Beebo arrived on the scene. This one's for you.

For this image, I poached from the original cover painting by Robert McGinnis (Beebo Brinker, Gold Medal, 1962) and then added a headshot of Janeway looking young, innocent, clueless, and totally Beebo. Oh, and I gave her the requisite Starfleet comm badge, too.

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This page is from the Delta Quadrant of Venus website. The site was originally hosted on AOL's hometown pages, which AOL shut down on October 31, 2008. The DQV site was resurrected and moved to this new home on November 30, 2008 because fans asked to have it back. Thank you for your continued interest in my stories. I'm truly touched. --T'ware

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Originally posted March 31, 2000.