Question: John Wyndham – The Roots of Doctor Who

For some years I have felt that whenever people discuss the early influences on Doctor Who (and I mean the TV show, though not necessarily just the First Doctor), a lot of people mention Quatermass but few mention John Wyndham. (And do check out Wyndham Web)

I’m considering putting some effort into producing a few thousand words on the topic in 2015 – is this something people would read (e-book on Kindle) or am I wasting my time and effort?

Please do let me know!

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  1. Brian Heller says:

    I’d certainly be interested. If you don’t think there’s any commercial value, but would like people to read your opinions and research, perhaps you’d be interested to know that I run a John Wyndham website called WyndhamWeb. If you’d like to publish it there, please let me know.

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    1. Tony Jones says:

      Thanks Brian, I had a quick look at your site – glad someone’s flying the flag for John Wyndham

      My project has been on hold (and I’ve extended the scope) while I progress some other opportunities (including writing for Big Finish), but one day!

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      1. Brian Heller says:

        Good luck mate! Let me know when it’s finished.

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    2. Tony Jones says:

      Just over three years later and the piece has appeared in Celestial Toyroom 507, the magazine for the Doctor Who Appreciation Society (DWAS)

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  2. Tony Jones says:

    And finally, several years later I will be writing this – expect it sometime later this year!

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  3. Tony Jones says:

    And it’s out — see my post Doctor Who and the Triffids!

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