Destiny (Blake's 7 zine)

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Title: Destiny
Publisher: Xenon Press, then Ashton Press
Editor(s): Brendan O'Cullane and Ann Wortham
Date(s): September 1991
Medium: print fanzine
Fandom: Blake's 7
External Links: B7 at Ashton Press
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Destiny is a gen Blake's 7 189-page anthology.

cover by Adrian Morgan
a 1988 flyer, click to read
title page. A fan in 2016 said: "Title page to Destiny 1... And the cartoon is, of course, by Leah Rosenthal. I have accepted that every third to fifth fanzine I read is going to contain something by her, which is AWESOME, because I love her stuff." [1]

It has art by Leah Rosenthal, Denise Loague, Judith Boguslawski, Melody Rondeau , TACS, Adrian Morgan (cover), Kathryn Andersen, Nola Frame-Gray, Tami Verbande, Randym, Dani Lane, Kate Knepper

Destiny has a slash and adult het sister zine called Different Destinies.



  • Sheila Paulson, "The Final Gift" (Avon is given a gift in the final moments of Gauda Prime.)
  • Jeanne DeVore, "Acceptance"
  • Jean Lorrah, "Homecoming" (reprinted from Raising Hell #3)
  • Linda A. Furey, "Booked"
  • Cindy Rancourt, "And In Conclusion"
  • J.A. Munson, "The Master of Illusion"
  • Paulie Kay, "Trang" (reprinted in Gambit #8)
  • Tamara Verbande, "Reconciliation"
  • K. Ann Yost, "Collusions"
  • Catherine Kendall, "The Survivor"
  • Sandy Lyons, "Bloodstar"
  • Michelle Moyer, "Shields and Armor"
  • Jean B. Hubb, "The Examined Life" (Blake and Avon are prisoners together and Blake is forced to face some painful truths.)
  • Angela Reese, "Deja Vu"
  • Alicia Ann Fox, "Comes Now the Power"
  • Diane Eschelbarger, "Paying Debts" (Vila’s past comes back to haunt him in a bittersweet way.)



  • Sharon Murphy, "Regrets"
  • Joelizaiah-lequio Johnson, "We Seven, We One"
  • Michael J. Macomber, "Those Lips, Those Eyes"
  • Paulie Kay, "One Special Night"
  • Sharon Murphy, "Turned to Sand"
  • Mary C. Dumont, "Gauda Prime"
  • Micheal J. Macomber, "The Watcher: For Vila"
  • Sharon Murphy, "Apocalypse"
  • Paulie Kay, "The Pause"
  • Michael J. Macomber, "Sinking"


  1. bruinhilda.tumblr, April 14, 2016