The Lovarzi Blog has released Loose Threads a collection of short Doctor Who stories. It’s yours for the cost of an email address — details here. It’s the work of Philip Bates, Alex Skerratt and David Wall.
Members of the Doctor Who Appreciation Society (DWAS) should be getting their double issue Celestial Toyroom 508/9 around now. Amongst other things there’s a fascinating interview with Peter Miles and a thought provoking piece by Dale Smith talking about heroes, gender, stereotypes and lots more. +++ Message Ends +++
The free (no email required) download from the Doctor Who Appreciation Society (DWAS) fanzine Cosmic Masque XI is out now. There’s a great Seventh Doctor cover (and even better pic at the back). It’s a mix of reviews (including Stranded) and a lot of fan fiction. The link is here. +++ Message Ends +++
Stuart Manning has created yet another wonderful retro Doctor Who poster, this one is for City of Death. Check his FaceBook page for more. +++ Message Ends +++
If you examined the picture to the left, you’ll see Terraqueous Distributors has revealed the list of contributors for the Unofficial Dr Who Annual 1989. Familiar names include Andrew Cartmel, and a few lines up one Tony Jones! More details on my Seventh Doctor and Ace story once the book is out! +++ Message Ends…
The Doctor Who Project has just put PDFs of its Season 33 online for free (follow the link). Fans may also wish to check out Season 27 as well! +++ Message Ends +++
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.