With stories by yours truly and proper writers such as Rob Nisbet, you can now get a bumper 460+ page compendious tome of unofficial Doctor Who stories. Detail on FaceBook, it’s a fab £16.22 on Lulu and if you rush there’s a 15% code on Lulu as well! ((( Message Ends )))
The animated reconstruction of the Second Doctor missing adventure Fury from the Deep is out in September. It’s been widely reported (eg on the DWC) but I was most interested to see the artwork. It’s another piece of Stuart Manning’s work, always good to have! Not long to wait! +++ Message Ends +++
Obverse Books has revealed details for not one but two charity anthologies! Of these The Curse of Fanfic is the least Doctor Who, though gets points for the excellent title. It’s also available now. Forgotten Lives is all Doctor Who and available later this year. It’s very much (if unintentionally) set in a post-Chibnall Masterplan…
Coming on August 3rd 2020 is Regenerations a collection of stories written for charity and telling part of the story of the War Doctor. It’s a limited edition, so pre-ordering is advised. Look for a review soon. Further details below…
Now copies of the reborn TARDIS magazine from the DWAS are popping through people’s doors, I can talk about the article I wrote. Called 2020 Vision: Living in Exciting Times it’s an unashamedly positive look at the health of Doctor Who and looking forward to the show’s continued evolution.
Terreaqueous has revealed plans to release an omnibus of three recent unofficial annuals. August will see the release of ‘The unofficial Dr Who omnibus’, which has a staggering 461 pages and collects the 1972 annual, 1987 annual, and the Master annual.
Terraqueous Distributors has started reveals for the Unofficial Dr Who Annual 1989. So far we’ve a cover with promise of more to come. The annual itself (focussing on the Seventh Doctor and Ace) is due soon. *** Message Ends ***
Here’s a thing, Philip Bates (of the Doctor Who Companion) has a new book coming out soon. Published by Candy Jar it’s called 100 Objects of Dr Who. The retro cover is fabulous, and I will be after a review copy;-) There are a lot more details in James Baldock’s piece on the DWC: COMING…
I’ve not posted any artwork for a while, so this I found on the Divergent Universe from TardyBox TardyBox (aka Marshall Tankersley) is long overdue. It’s a brilliant focus on the Fourth Doctor story City of Death. I wish I had a tenth that much talent — enjoy! (== Message Ends ==)
The Divergent Wordsmiths are opening a submissions window for Unbound Imaginings volume 2. It will run from July 31, 2020. Details in the thread on the Divergent Universe. The window runs until September 30. Good luck! +++ Message Ends +++
The Doctor Who Appreciation Society (DWAS) has published Celestial Toyroom 507, and the cover looks fantastic (see left)! The contents mentions Doctor Who and the Triffids, The Kraken, The Chrysalids and So Much More — which I wrote! Let me know what you thought of it. +++ Message Ends +++
The Doctor Who Appreciation Society has released details on contents and cover for the return of TARDIS Magazine. Completely by chance this has Sarah Jane Smith on the cover (with the Fourth Doctor). It’s available to by now and looks like it will be something to collect — 60 pages, A4 and colour!