Obverse Books has announced the upcoming release of Dalekese (what else do Daleks speak?), a charity release in support of Children in Need. It’s the result of two year’s work by Finn Clark, and will be published on November 17, 2017. It can be pre-ordered now, and ordered until the end of November, when it will be withdrawn. What are…
Penguin books has made available a 55 minute podcast Now We Are 600 Questions Podcast, in which James Goss and Russell T Davies talk about their book of poetry, writing and the casting of Jodie Whittaker. It also has Jon Culshaw reading some poems! +++ Message Ends +++
Fantom Films has announced a new audio: Daphne Ashbrook reading her autobiography Dead Woman Laughing. It’s available now and covers 5 discs. There are more details and a SoundCloud clip on the Fantom Films website. It promises to be an entertaining listen! === Message Ends ===
To coincide with the (much delayed and repackaged) release of White Witch of Devil’s End Telos Publishing is releasing a novelisation: Olive Hawthorne: The Daemons of Devil’s End.
There’s been a burst of social media traffic on the reveal of the cover for the recently announced Missy Chronicles. It’s a bit better than my attempt! *** Message Ends ***
A group of writers from The Divergent Universe forum have collected together to form The Divergent Wordsmiths. It will become a repository for Doctor Who fan fiction (and maybe more), in part inspired by entrants to the Paul Spragg writing opportunity. Here’s the smallest of tasters: As swiftly and silently as a shadow, the Doctor’s space-and-time ship, the TARDIS,…
Here’s a thing, just published on September 7, 2017 it’s a new Doctor Who collection from Penguin Books. Titles Doctor Who: Tales of Terror it’s out shortly ahead of Halloween. It features stories from Paul Magrs, Jacqueline Rayner, Scott Handcock, Mike Tucker, Richard Dungworth and Craig Donaghy. There are twelve stories illustrated by Rohan Daniel Eason.