Editor: Leigh Arnold
A Pony Press Production
Publishers: Peg Kennedy and Bill Hupe
Date: March 1991

Lee Vibber, "Renewal" (S5)
Shann DePuy and Sue Glasgow, "Letting Go" (S3)
Siane Jones [=Leigh Arnold], "Nan's Pictures" (S4, S0)
Laura Wynne, "Phantasmagoria" (S2; Wizard of Oz crossover)
Robert Collins, "The 500-kilo Enemy" (S2)
Genna Eccles [=Leigh Arnold], "Commentary" (S2; humor; reprinted from Southern Seven #2)
Kelson Vibber, "Blake's 7: A New Beginning; Part 1: The Battle Begins Anew" (S5)
Leigh Arnold, "The Slave Revolt on Dumbo" (S4; Flake's Seven universe; humor)
Judith Kitzes, "Blake's Dream" (S2)
Margaret Schwarz, "Substantiated" (S5)
Linda Donahue, "Servalan's Thief" (S1)
Leigh Arnold, "The Velvet Frog & Elderly Giant Alien Toads" (S2; Flake's Seven universe; humor)
Jim Vibber, "Overlay" (S5)
April Pentland, "Any Questions?" (S4)
Meg Atkinson [=Leigh Arnold], "The Hungry" (S1; reprinted from Southern Seven #2)
Sandra Lyons and Steve Oualline, "The Balance of Trust" (S1)
April Pentland, "End-Game" (S5)
Kate Daniels, "Damage Control" (S4)
Sophia R. Mulvey, "On the Wings of Destiny" (S4)

Motley Crew section:
Renae Ransdorf, "Don't Cross Me" (Smurfs crossover; humor)
Susan Glasgow and Shann DePuy, "The Adventures of Ruby and the Terrorists" (Ruby, Galactic Gumshoe crossover)
Alicia Ann Fox, "Accidental Meeting" (Classic Trek crossover)
Kim Wigmore, "Dragondeed" (Pern crossover; humor)
CarolMel Ambassador, "Disciple" (DW crossover)
Meg Garrett, "Propaganda" (Classic Trek crossover, sort of)
Siane Jones [=Leigh Arnold], "Liberator vs. Church Lady"
(Saturday Night Live crossover; reprinted from Southern Seven #4)
Dee Beetem & Renee Couture, "Return of the Guardian of the Abyss" (GotA crossover)
Leigh Arnold, "Flake's Night in Court" (Flake's Seven universe; Night Court crossover; humor)
Meg Atkinson [=Leigh Arnold], "Just a Day at St. Swithin's" (DITH/I/HHGG/DW crossover)
Kathy Kipper, "The Federation" (Classic Trek crossover)
Leigh Arnold, "Flakes and Hammers" (Flake's Seven universe; SH crossover; humor)

New Horizons:
Genna Leigh Arnold, "The Return of the Queen" (S5; New Horizons #13)
Details of other parts

"Gauda Prime" (f, Los Angeles, by X)
Gracia Fay Elwood, "Bodhisattva"
Teri Sarick, "Vila Sings: Who Needs Me?" (f, As Long as He Needs Me)
Teresa Sarick, "The Ship"
Teri Sarick, "Avon"
"Rebellate" (f, Mediate, by INXS)
Teri Sarick, "Final Scene"
Teri Sarick, "Blake Sings: One Rebel Born" (f, And When I Die, by Clayton Thomas)
Teri Sarick, "Rebel Jive" (f, Java Jive, by Drake & Oakland)
Tei Ruki, "Blue Avon" (f, Blue Monday, by New Order)

Non Fiction:
Leigh Arnold, Editorial
Orac cliches, pp. 39, 52, 75, 78, 97, 104, 114, 120, 141, 174, 178, 186, 190, 208, 223 (humor)
Photo captions, pp. 60, 75, 174, 188, 193, 201, 217, 269 (humor)
"Ask Earache (pages torn from Awesome Comics Flake's Seven Bi-Monthly')" (humor)

Phoenix cover A
photo of editor p. viii
Thomas Mulvey p. 35 "Blakecheese" cartoon
Tei Ruki & Art Plic pp. 41, 43, 44, 45 A as child
p. 183 transporter effect
Leigh Arnold p. 77 "Revlon" cartoon
pp. 99, 101, 103 cartoon illos for "Velvet Frog"
p. 155 cartoon-- Liberator
p. 173 "Revlon's Family in the Den" (cartoon)
pp. 195, 197, 199 cartoon illos for "Flake's Night"
p. 220 cartoon illo for "Flakes and Hammers"
p. 224 cartoon illo

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