A Companion for My Death

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Zine
Title: A Companion for My Death
Publisher: Visual Image Structurizer
Editor:
Author(s): Tashery Shannon
Cover Artist(s): Jean Kluge
Illustrator(s): Jean Kluge and Gayle F
Date(s): June 1989
Medium: print zine, fanfic
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Genre:
Fandom: Blake’s 7
Language: English
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A Companion for My Death is a het Avon/Cally Blake's 7 post-Gauda Prime 168-page novel by Tashery Shannon. It required an age statement to purchase.

Around 1996, this zine was "newly reformatted to double-column" by Bill Hupe, and this edition contains 120 pages.

Summary

From Media Monitor: "This post-Gauda Prime novel finds Avon under Sevalan's control with ORAC. Cally is also a primary character."

Reactions and Reviews

Well, I've raved about this before, so I won't repeat myself, except to say it's fantastic. In too much fanfic, Avon tends to lose his edge and there's no doubt in hell that he retains it here. [1]
B7 was a show populated with characters just begging to have their layers peeled back for the exploration of fans. This is a story that does just that, at the skillful hands of Ms. Shannon, with the characters of Cally and Avon. [2]

References

  1. Lysator, Pat Nussman, August 31, 1994.
  2. comment by kslangley at What was your first fandom?, August 28, 2016