Blakes 7

Please read any attached warnings – there are some submissions which qualify in the “naughty” category (they are clearly marked as containing slash (homosexual relationships) or adult content – if the story doesn’t say it is slash or adult, then it is gen). All pairings of characters are welcome here. IDIC, my friends. We all have our likes and dislikes. Read the story descriptions and skip the ones that don’t interest you

Some Blakes 7 Holiday Cartoons!

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Orac's Merry Christmas A Christmas greeting from Orac. (This is a photo manipulation)

Servalan Shops -- Servalan's shipment from the Clone-masters arrives just in time for the holidays. (This is a photo manipulation)

Gen Stories

Punch and Circumstance by Ana Lyssie Cotton A 4th season Christmas story.

Christmas Greetings by Nicola Mody My response to a B7 mailing list Christmas challenge where we were asked what the various characters in Blake's 7 would send each other as 'seasonal messages' - assuming they had an equivalent to Christmas and other religious festivals?

Let There Be Light by Nicola Mody Vila decides to celebrate a Delta festival that may not be suited to shipboard life.

Seven Gifts by Nicola Mody After Gauda Prime, Vila has given up on life, but he gets help from an unexpected quarter.

Three Wishes by Nicola Mody My response to a B7 mailing list Christmas challenge where you have three and only three wishes to give out among the crew: Whom would you give the wishes to, and what would they be?

Tribute by Sheila Paulson It's shortly after Gan's death, and the crew needs a pick-me-up. Vila, always up for a party, decides to try an old-fashioned holiday called Christmas.

Avon's Christmas Wish by Leah Rosenthal & Ann Wortham The Christmas theme song for our favorite “Silver Alpha.”

A Day of Hope by Ros Williams Languishing in prison post GP, Avon has decided this is at last to be the time of his death. But it is not his way to kill himself. His iron will keeps him alive and sane through torture and grim isolation as he waits for the one person who can give him the release he craves. But will she come, and if she does, will she give him that release? Yes, she comes, but although she fulfils his wish, what he learns from her is not quite what he expects, and what she says as he goes to his death may not be quite what we expect.

Slash Stories

P.G.P.* by Willa Shakespeare On Gauda Prime, 'Tis the season for reconciliation and celebration. Avon's 'not quite right' but Blake likes him anyway. Basically, this story is light-hearted smut. Slash (Blake/Avon)

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Archivist’s Note: The stories and vignettes offered here from various authors have not been edited or changed other than having a spell-check performed and being reformatted for this website. Some of the stories are linked from other sites. Please read any attached warnings as some of the linked stories may contain adult material.

If you’ve written a fan fiction story or poem centering around the winter holidays (Christmas, Winter Solstice, Hanukah, New Years, etc.) and you would like it archived here, please just send it to Annie at and ask me to add it to the archive! I would love to see this page continue to grow and expand over the years! All fandoms are welcome.

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