They brought us the Unofficial DR WHO Annual 1972. In November 2019 they are bringing us the Unofficial DR WHO Annual 1987. Next (2020?) Terraqueous Distributors bring us The Master Annual! The submissions window is open now! Pitches now, stories by December 2019. Details on their FaceBook page. <<[ Message Ends ]>>
The Black Archive continues apace with Battlefield released on August 8, 2019. I note it’s the 34th release in the range, an impressive (and ever-growing) total. Writer Philip Purser-Hallard shines new light on what I have to admit is one of my least-liked stories and I might even be tempted to reconsider my opinion!
The cover for The Unofficial 1987 Dr Who Annual has now been fully revealed (left) and it’s cracking! I’m really intrigued by the jungle setting and can’t wait to get a copy of this as and when it comes out. Details on the FaceBook page linked above. <:> Message Ends <:>
You probably know 2019 marks the twentieth anniversary of Big Finish getting the licence for Doctor Who but you may not know the Divergent Wordsmiths are producing a book to celebrate. What’s more they would like help from anyone with a desire to share their thoughts on what Big Finish means to them.
Pencil Tip Publishing has announced further details of their upcoming charity book Sarah Jane Smith: Roving Reporter. The news includes information writers, stories and ways for more people to contribute. The details are taken from their FaceBook page. Warning! One of the stories is mine!
Coincident with the publication of The Unofficial Dr Who Annual 1972, Terraqueous Distributors has announced their next project; it’s the turn of the Sixth Doctor and The Unofficial Dr Who Annual 1987. Details are scarce but if you’re interested in contributing, visit the FaceBook page for the 1972 project (link above) or email email@example.com. <<<…
After what seems an age of expectation (or 47 years in some senses) The Unofficial Dr Who Annual 1972 has been published. It looks a great collection and is out on hardback at an eye-watering £39.20 plus VAT. That’s the downside of on-demand colour printing. I’ve no idea if a B&W or soft-copy might become…