The cover of Forever Knight": A Reference Guide by Gwenn Musicante.

Forever Knight: A Reference Guide is a book written by Gwenn Musicante about the television series, Forever Knight. It was self-published in 2003 with the permission of the publishing division of Sony/Tristar.[1]

It should be noted that, when referenced on other FK fans' websites or on the ForKNI-L mailing list, Forever Knight: A Reference Guide is always referred to as a "book", not a "fanzine" or "zine".

From the Author[edit | edit source]

The books sold for $20.00 plus shipping, and the 200 I had printed, sold out within a couple of months. I self published, which meant that I had to pay a couple of thousand dollars up front to the publishing company. I did not purchase an ISBN number because of the added cost of a hundred dollars. I was concerned that I might not get the money back with the sales. I pretty much broke even, but I still feel that it was worth it for Forever Knight to have its own book as a tribute to the series.[2]

Design[edit | edit source]

Forever Knight: A Reference Guide is perfect-bound, 8¼ by 10¾ inches in size, with cardstock covers. The front and back covers have the same picture, a colour photograph of the Toronto skyline that was taken by Marg Yamanaka. Both Marg and Cloud Worley supplied photographs for the interior; these were printed in black-and-white.

Contents[edit | edit source]

In addition there was a small amount of material about Forever Knight fandom:

External Links[edit | edit source]

References on Other Sites

Reference List[edit | edit source]

  1. Musicante, Gwenn. Forever Knight:A Reference Guide, p. 5.
  2. Gwenn Musicante in an e-mail to Greer Watson, 12 September 2013 5:17 PM (by permission).
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