Justyce Served

Sneaking out some time in 2012 (September according to Amazon) will be the book Justyce Served: A Small Start with a Big Finish. This title is written by Alun Harris and Matthew West, the latter of whom also appears to be involved with a Blake’s 7 title being released in January 2012; clearly a fan methinks.

The following explanatory text appears on the publisher’s web site (here):

In 1984 a group of Doctor Who fans began a project which would continue for another decade and eventually lead to much greater things. Audio Visuals: Audio Adventures in Time & Space were a non-profit, fan endeavour creating full-cast audio Doctor Who drama. 27 plays later the majority of the creative team would go on to be involved with Big Finish, an officially licensed range of Doctor Who audio dramas. For many fans Audio Visuals  seem almost canon. Nicholas Briggs was our Doctor. We remember the Daleks’ destruction of Gallifrey before it even happened on TV. We supported our Doctor through drug addiction, companion-loss and the horror of Justyce.

This book is a guide to those days.

With contributions from Nicholas Briggs, Gary Russell, Nigel Fairs, John Ainsworth, John Wadmore, Alistair Lock, Patricia Merrick, Richard Marson, Nigel Peever, Jim Mortimore, Andy Lane, Chris M Corney and no doubt many others between now and September, all wrapped up in a new cover by Tim Keable.

Celebrate Doctor Who fan creativity at its very best.

One last note, all profits go to Amnesty International

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