SSST was produced from July 23 1989 through August 21 1989. Valerie, Delia, and Barb started it innocently, and it took off. I actualy started hanging out at HOM9's Section 2 after that, but it was still floating around and the people involved (I think it was Marilyn) was nice enough to send me an official printout. I tried to participate in SSST2 and tried to champion SSST3, but both fell rather flat and were abandoned. Hard to capture lightening in a bottle twice.
Yes, you may quote everything except my city and e-mail address. If you want to publish the site I help at, I'm sure the site owner will be thrilled for the "publicity". (Dave's site is http://TVShowsOnDVD.com)
But yes, go ahead and publish everything else. That's fine.
If you REALLY want, I have the files for SSST2 (which I didn't participate in after all, as my name is absent from the file now that I look at it), SSST3, and the "filks" (made-up spoof lyrics sung to the tune of known songs) that accompanied SSST1. Each is in one MS Word .doc file and is pretty much in their final edited form. I admit, as the editor of SSST3, that it sucked badly.
But let's talk about that more after we see the fallout from publishing what I already stated. I'll be fascinated to see if any of the other folk from that era pop out of the woodwork! I know where I can locate the section moderator, Jim Shaun Lyon, but he never responded to my two attempts to say "hi". Maybe the mail didn't reach him, or he forgot who I am.
As promised, here are the other Sweet Savage Star Trek files. Each are in an MS Word ".doc" format; if you need help with them please let me know. They are:
1) "Filks" for SSST1 (lyrics made up by the CompuServe forum members, sung to tunes that are fairly well known)
2) SSST2 (the second pot-luck story)
3) SSST3 (the third, disastrous pot-luck story, unexpertly edited by myself unfortunately)
We did these for fun. We didn't ever expect anyone to make a profit off of them, so I'm glad to see you are keeping these alive with freely distributable access. I can't speak for any of the other SSST "authors", but I certainly don't object. I hope your site members enjoy them all (but the first 4-part one is undeniably the best!).