Some Dreams Are Worth Having

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Title: Some Dreams Are Worth Having
Publisher: Judith Proctor
Date(s): 1998
Medium: Print zine, audio cassette
Fandom: Blake’s 7
Language: English
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Some Dreams Are Worth Having is a 19-page gen anthology of filks with lyrics written by Judith Proctor and Anne Stullken.[1] An audio cassette of the filks, with performances by Linda Short and cover art by Whitby27, was sold on Proctor's website[2]

Cassette cover art by Whitby27


Side 1:
  • Spirit Of The Seven
  • I'll Always Be A Thief
  • Avon's Love Life
  • No-one Recalls Your Name
  • It's Lonely When You Never See The Sky
  • It's A Long Way To Cygnus Alpha / Pack Up Your Toolkit
  • Come And Join The Army
  • The Gunfighter
  • Goodbye Federation

Side 2:

  • The Liberator
  • Cruel Is The Snow
  • Ladies From Hades
  • Song For Kerril
  • I Can't Remember
  • Once A Jolly Rebel
  • The Thingamabob That Does The Job
  • Sunset On Sarran
  • Some Dreams Are Worth Having

Reactions and reviews

I've been listening to this tape in the car lately, and enjoying it quite a bit. Linda Short has a pleasant voice, and I liked her two earlier filk tapes, "Songs of the Seven" and "Ditties from the Edge of the World." Here she sings Judith's songs, some of which will be familiar to you from earlier postings. I remembered "Cruel Is the Snow" with particular fondness and am happy to have a nice recording of it. My other favorites, interestingly enough, are the Vila songs, especially "Song for Kerrill" and "Pack Up Your Troubles." There is a nice mix of songs, both serious and humorous, and dealing with a wide range of characters. Highly recommended for those who enjoy filks. [3]


  1. ^ "Cruel Is The Snow" is co-written with Anne Stullken
  2. ^ Proctor, Judith. "Some Dreams Are Worth Having". Retrieved 13 May 2017. 
  3. ^ from Sarah Thompson at Judith Proctor's Blake's 7 site