To mark International Women’s Day in March 2018, we have Doctor Who: The Day She Saved the Doctor Four Stories from the TARDIS. Four female authors (see later), four female companions (Sarah-Jane, Rose, Clara and Bill) and available as an audio-book (reader unknown) or book.
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.
I’ve been unable to tear myself away from Kenny Smith’s archive trawl on twitter, and here’s artwork for one of my favourite stories, Doctor Who and the Pirates. Written by Jac Rayner, it’s a brilliant Sixth Doctor and Evelyn story also starring Helen Goldwyn. What’s not to like?! ~~~ Message Ends ~~~
Jacqueline Rayner (aka @GirlFromBlupo) was kind enough to answer a few questions on a range of topics including Bernice Summerfield, Evelyn Smythe, The Pirates and her recent release Starborn. The interview is on the Starburst website: Interview: Jacqueline Rayner | DOCTOR WHO Enjoy!