The Other by Inga Maria Horwood (Babylon 5)
Sometimes every day is a struggle when you're a security guard on Babylon 5.
(First appeared on the B5-creative mailing list)
Beautiful World by Kate Orman (Blake's 7)
Ever wondered about what it takes to be Servalan's tailor?
(This story is archived on the author's web page.)
Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow... by Kerry Blackwell (Tomorrow People)
An escapee from a sinister government experiment finds freedom.
(First appeared on the TPFICT mailing list)
Mortality Rate by Russet McMillan (Highlander)
When an unknown immortal is beheaded outside Joe's bar, it isn't as simple as it seems. Richie gropes for memories from the dead woman's quickening, to try to find out who she was, who killed her... and why. The killer must have been a mortal because the quickening went to Richie. But why kill her outside Joe's bar? Was it a Hunter? An enemy of the Watchers? Or something more personal? As Richie and Joe investigate, more questions arise. And if the answers are wrong... somebody could die.
(First appeared on the HLFIC-L mailing list)
Oldest by Kathryn Andersen (Highlander)
Poem about the oldest immortal, Methos.
Winning Is The Only Safety (2): Hide and Seek by Kathryn Andersen (Blake's 7/Highlander)
The sequel to Winning is the Only Safety - First Death After GP, there are two survivors - Avon, and Vila. Vila ducked, and Avon is immortal.
The price on Vila's head bears fruit: Vila is now in Servalan's hands. Servalan wants Avon and Orac - and Avon wants to be left alone. Servalan searches for Avon, and Avon searches for a mysterious computer hacker. Richie Ryan visits an old friend, but tranquility is not what he gets.
Alone and Silent by Kate Orman (Blake's 7)
Alone, in a space suit, in space... will the others find Vila in time?
(This story is archived on the author's web page)
The Butterfly Effect (2): Out of the Dark by Kathryn Andersen (Blake's 7)
Alternative Universe, sequel to The Butterfly Effect (1).
The Liberator is destroyed, they are stranded on Terminal -- what else could go wrong? Well, when an old enemy returns, it's a darned good time to be telepathic...
Illustrated by Kathryn Andersen and Mary O'Connor. 49800 words, 70 pages. Parchment paper covers.