in monocromia, by Kohakuiro Kameyo *
嬰櫻 (Little Cherry Blossom), by Kim Chee (沈菜) *
War Bonds, by shukyou (主教) *
In Attendance, by Hinotori (火鳥)
Big Name Fan, by Domashita Romero (地下ロメロ) *
Love Lights Up the Darkness, by Yamanashi Moe (山梨もえ)
And I got ready for the future to arrive, by Nijiiro Sumi (虹色墨)
Ravencloak, by Tsuki Akari (月あかり)
Ultimate Illusion, by Haitoku no Honou (背徳の炎) *
Anne Skye, by Lady Memphremagog
She Wants To Move, by Matsuri Yuri (祭百合)
Lady’s Maid, by Jestana (story removed from archive by author’s request)
This Song Is About Your Sister (What Happens At The Villa, Stays At The Villa), by Tsukizubon Saruko (月図凡然る子) *
Hers, by beili
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one portion of the family of humanity to assume among the people of the earth a position different from that which they have hitherto occupied, but one to which the laws of nature and of nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of humankind requires they should be allowed their own issue, in which to expand upon themes and couplings not otherwise available for their expression.
We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all stories about women with other women are created delightful; that they are endowed by their authors with certain expositional rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of romance; that to secure these rights publications are instituted, deriving their just powers from the exhaustive efforts of the editorial staff. Whenever any such form of publication is released with the intent of telling tales of sapphic devotion, it is the right of those who have access to it to absorb and enjoy it, and to encourage the continuation of the publication through shared reactions and commentary, laying its foundation on such collaborative principles, and contributing to its discourse in such form, as to all shall seem most likely to effect our collective pleasure and happiness.
Resolved, your editors.