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Issue EIGHTEEN is coming together nicely with part 2 of In Her Absence by Julie Kay and part 2 of The Threat of the Cybermen by Nathan Mullins; the conclusion of The Fear of all Sums by Samual Marks with new fiction from Michael Baxter, J. Arthur Rodgers and Thomas Ahearn. Deadline for this issue is the end of August, so please get your contributions in as soon as possible.
 
Harmony by Meg MacDonald (aka The bunny in the tardis ) is still availble to view on line. Just follow the link below or the links situated at the end of each piece of fiction submitted to the site. Just check out the contents of each issue located to the right of the site.
 
 
 
And don't forget Al Dickerson's Novella, The Boy's Upstairs is still available to view. Just follow the links.
 
Series Eight Episode 2 Saturday 30th August
Into The Dalek by Phil Ford and Steven Moffat
 
A Dalek fleet surrounds a lone rebel ship, and only the Doctor can help them now. With the Doctor facing his greatest enemy, he needs Clara by his side. Confronted with a decision that could change the Daleks forever he is forced to examine his conscience. Will he find the answer to the question, “Am I a good man?"
 
Series Eight Episode 3 Saturday 6th September
Robot of Sherwood by Mark Gatiss
 
In a sun-dappled Sherwood forest, the Doctor discovers an evil plan from beyond the stars and strikes up an unlikely alliance with Robin Hood.

With all of Nottingham at stake, the Doctor must decide who is real and who is fake. Can impossible heroes really exist?
 
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The new edition of Doctor Who Magazine catches up on set with Peter Capaldi for what is billed as his most extensive and revealing interview to date. In issue 477 DWM asked him how he had gone about making the part his own:

"Well, you begin with yourself. You begin with those elements of yourself that you feel would be at home in the role. There's an old actors' adage that you don't become the role, the role becomes you. It's trying to find those parts of you that will fit with the Doctor, and understand those bits that don't come so naturally to you, that you have to fabricate. I kept looking for people in my life who I thought had elements of the Doctor about them, and were inspirational in some ways. I composed a list of those

"Also, it's recognising what's been written," Peter continues. "My Doctor is written slightly differently from some of the other Doctors, and the Doctor changes quite dramatically from episode to episode. Some demand more of your comedy chops, graver or more serious episodes demand a more sombre creature. All these variations have to live in the same body, in the same face. Putting all that together is tricky..."

The new DWM, which is a bumper 100 pages this edition, includes a giant double-sided poster featuring Capaldi on one side and a Dalek on the other
 
Also this issue:
 
Read extensive previews of the first four episodes of the new series – Deep Breath, Into The Dalek, Robot of Sherwood and Listen – as DWM talks exclusively to writers Steven Moffat, Phil Ford and Mark Gatiss

Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers' questions and reveals more behind-the-scenes secrets in his exclusive column

DWM reunites former Doctor-and-companion team Tom Baker and Louise Jameson with their producer, Philip Hinchcliffe, to chat about the new Doctor Who adventures that they're working on and to reminisce about the 1970s adventures

Louise Jameson writes a very special letter to herself, exclusively for DWM

A new comic strip – The Eye of Torment – begins, written by Scott Gray and illustrated by Martin Geraghty

DWM examines the unique scrapbooks of Peter Hawkins, the man who was one of the first voices of the Daleks in the 1960s

The Fact of Fiction takes a detailed look at the 1964 First Doctor adventure The Reign of Terror

Legendary writer Terrance Dicks talks about his later work on Doctor Who – and what he thinks of the series today

The Time Team face an unknown horror as they watch the 2008 Tenth Doctor adventure Midnight

Jacqueline Rayner writes about the perils of watching Doctor Who on a dodgy TV in Relative Dimensions

The Watcher extols the virtues of not giving in to temptation in Wotcha!

Reviews and previews of the latest CDs and books. Official news, the DWM crossword, prize-winning competitions and more!

 
DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE SPECIAL: THE YEAR OF THE DOCTOR
THE OFFICIAL GUIDE TO THE DOCTOR WHO 50th ANNIVERSARY 
 
Discover the behind-the-scenes secrets of the most exciting year in Doctor Who's long history in the latest Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition. Doctor Who celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013, marking half a century of time-travel adventures. The Year of the Doctor is researched and compiled by Andrew Pixley, and has 100 pages packed with previously unpublished photos, day-to-day details of Doctor Who’s production and hundreds of fascinating new facts.

This essential guide contains in-depth articles on the Paul McGann mini-episode The Night of the Doctor; the 50th Anniversary Special The Day of the Doctor; Matt Smith's final story The Time of Doctor; the drama based on the origins of the series, An Adventure in Space and Time; the hilarious The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot; Doctor Who at the Proms 2013; the Brian Cox lecture The Science of Doctor Who; the documentaries Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide and Me, You and Doctor Who; Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty; and much, much more!   
 
 
 
 
 

ENLIGHTENMENT issue 172

Enlightenment‘s first all-digital issue! Let’s celebrate, Internet style!

CRATER OF NEEDLES
(Gian-Luca di Rocco)
This Man Nearly Committed a Heinous Act of Genocide. Here’s The Moment That Made Him Think Twice

50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION (Graeme Burk)
These People Got Together To Make a Family Television Program. What Happened Then Will Make You Cry

ENLIGHTENING CONVERSATIONS (David Rudin)
Michael Wisher Rose Above His Roots As a “Jobbing Actor” To Give Us So Much More

FLUID LINKS (Robert Smith?)
6 Ways Meeting Your Own Body Double Can Be More Exciting Than You Ever Imagined

LOVE AND MONSTERS (Deborah Stanish)
This Man Brought a Souvenir Home From His Trip to Another Continent. You Won’t Believe What Happened Next

ENLIGHTENING CONVERSATIONS (Graeme Burk)
Philip Hinchcliffe Created Something Wonderful At The Age of 30. Find Out How.

BLOCK TRANSFERS (Julie Chaston)
See How an Upsetting Crack About Christmas Changed This Man Forever

LIONHEARTED (David J. Lamb)
How Looking at the Present Opens Up the Past for a Whole New Future

THE LAND OF FICTION
Three Ways to Screw Up An Interstellar Empire Without Even Trying (plus, Romana I meets the Daleks, The Light at the End, and Myth Makers Presents: Golden Years)
 
Check out the fanzine page for further details of this and other new fanzines.
 
 

 
 
MASK OF TRAGEDY
by James Goss

Athens, 421 BC. An ancient civilisation of philosophers and poets and the birthplace of theatre. The Doctor has decided to show Ace and Hector how it all began, with help from the great comedian Aristophanes.

But life in Athens is no laughing matter. There’s the ever-present threat of invasion from the Spartan horde. The plague that turns people into the walking dead. The slavery. The tyrannical rule of the paranoid, malicious Cleon and his network of informers. And the giant flying beetle with knives for wings that stalks the city streets at night.

What Athens needs is a hero. And who better to be a hero in ancient Greece than a man called Hector?
 
Starring Sylvester McCoy as The Doctor
and Sophie Aldred as Ace with Philip Olivier as Hector
 
available from BIG FINISH SEPTEMBER 2014
 
more details of new releases from BIG FINISH can be found on the audio page.
 
 
 
THE SECRET LIVES OF MONSTERS
by Justin Richards

Ignorance is not bliss. It is the alien invader’s greatest advantage.

Tales of unearthly beings have long circulated among us, from legends of intelligent life on Earth before Homo Sapiens to conspiracy theories about what really happened at the Battle of Canary Wharf. But the truth is that alien life exists – and here, at last, is proof.

Based on exclusive access to classified government files, The Secret Lives of Monsters collects evidence that has been suppressed for centuries – notes from clandestine meetings, reports of eyewitness accounts, never-before-seen images and documents, secrets provided by a mysterious agent known only as ‘the Doctor’, and more. It reveals all we know about aliens who are already here, and provides essential information to survive future invasions.

So don’t panic. You are not weaponless. The Secret Lives of Monsters will give you the greatest weapon of all: knowledge.
 
 
     
 
Another look at a fanzine from the past in the Fanzine Vault which includes
THE DOCTOR WHO REVIEW, STEEL SKYORACLE
and NEWS, VIEWS & REVIEWS all in  the Vault!
 
If you'd like your fanzine mentioned in the Fanzine Vault then please send us details of the issues you wish to enter to: infernofiction@gmail.com
 
 
 

 
 
THE TIME RING
by the MASTER

Take the TARDIS on a Random journey
 
TARDIS WEB RING
artwork by ANDY LAMBERT
used with permission
 
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ISSUE EIGHTEEN
 
coming soon TREAT OF THE CYBERMEN
PART TWO
by Nathan Mullins

 coming soon THE LAST VICTIM
by Michael Baxter

coming soon IN HER ABSENCE
PART TWO
by Julie Kay

coming soon OH MY GIDDY AUNT!
ACT ll
by Sean Bassett

coming soon
MISTER STARMAN
by J. Arthur Rodgers

coming soon THE FEAR OF ALL SUMS
PART FOUR
by Samual Marks

coming soon GRIMLIGHT
by Thomas Ahearn

coming soon
VEIL OF THE RANI
PART TWO
by Ryan Denyer

ISSUE SEVENTEEN

THE FEAR OF ALL SUMS
PART THREE

by Samuel Marks

 OLD IRON
by Michael Baxter

THE RALLAX OPERATION
PART TWO

by Al Dickerson
 
by Ryan Denyer

OH MY GIDDY AUNT!
by Sean Bassett

 IN HER ABSENCE
PART ONE

by Julie Kay
 
by Nathan Mullins

ISSUE SIXTEEN

by Julie Kay
 
A WORD TO THE WISE
by Michael Baxter

YOU ARE NOT ALONE
by Fionna MacDonald

LATER
by Jack Lawrence

FRAGILE
by Meg MacDonald

RIGHT OF PASSAGE
by Nic Ford

THROUGH A GLASS, DARKLY

by Julie Kay and Al Dickerson

LIKE THE GOBLIN BEE
by Meg MacDonald
 
BONUS FICTION  IN THE LIGHT OF HOPE
 by J. Arthur Rodgers
 
ISSUE FIFTEEN
 

  PROGRESS
by Ashley Myles

 FISH FINGERS AND MUSTARD
by Paul Parncutt

LINE IN THE SAND
by Nick Wheeler
 
by Samuel Marks

THE THREE MARINERS
by Michael Baxter
 
by Michael Falino
 
ISSUE FOURTEEN
 
by Ashley Myles
 
by Al Dickerson
 
by Sean Bassett
 
by Michael Falino
 
by Joe Ford
 
by Meg MacDonald
 
by Michael Baxter
 
by Nathan Mullins
 
ISSUE THIRTEEN
 
by Francis Cave
 by Meg MacDonald
by Thomas Ahearn
by Nic Ford
by Andy Weston
by Julie Kay
 
by Nick Wheeler
by Ashley Myles
 
ISSUE TWELVE
 
by Meg MacDonald
by Thomas Ahearn
by Shams Uddin
by Francis Cave
by Nathan Mullins
 
by Julie kay

ISSUE ELEVEN

bY Meg MacDonald

by Jonathan Whitelaw
 
by Shams Uddin
 
by Alasdair I. Shaw
 
by Stellar Explorer
 
by Will Barber
 
ISSUE TEN
 
by Colin John
 
by Darren Field
 
by Huw Llewellyn-Davies
 
by Nathan Mullins
 
by Martin Day

ISSUE NINE

by David Hankinson
 
by Ian McPherson
 
by Colin John
 
by Darren Field
 
by Michael Stevens
 
by Nathan Mullins

ISSUE EIGHT

by Simon Cogan
 
by Neil Hunter
 
by Nathan Mullins
 
by Robert Hammond
 
by Huw Llewellyn Davies
 
by Colin John

ISSUE SEVEN

TIME OF THE WITCH
PART ONE

by Simon Cogan
 
CURSED!
PART THREE

by Darren Field
 
COSMIC DUST
by Stephen Lyons
 
THE UNREAL UPON PLARRION
by Robert Hammond
 
SPACE RATS FROM PLANET 10
by James D. Quinton
 
GRAVEYARD OF THE DALEKS
PART TWO

by Neil Hunter

ISSUE SIX

ARILLIOS
by Robert Hammond
 
CURSED!
PART TWO

by Darren Field
 
GRAVEYARD OF THE DALEKS
PART ONE

by Neil Hunter
 
AN EMPTY VESSEL
by Darren Field
 
WHERE DEAD MEN SLUMBER
PART TWO

by Colin John

ISSUE FIVE

FOR WANT OF A BETTER WORD
by Martin Day
 
CURSED!
PART ONE

by Darren Field
 
THE ISLAND OF DEATH
PART TWO

by Ian McPherson
 
WHERE DEAD MEN SLUMBER
PART ONE

by Colin John
 
THE IVORY TOWER
by Robert hammond
 
EVERYONES BAD DAY
PART TWO

by Stuart Brown

ISSUE FOUR

NEVER TAKE SWEETS FROM A SONTARAN
by David Agnew
 
EVERYONES BAD DAY
PART ONE

by Stuart Brown
 
THE ISLAND OF DEATH
PART ONE

by Ian McPherson
 
THE GANG'S ALL HERE
by Darren Hitchings
 
KILLER
by Robert Hammond
 
BOAT OF THE CYBERMEN
by Ian McPherson

ISSUE THREE

THE RELUCTANT COMPANION
by Ian McPherson
 
CREATION

by Stephen J Thomas
 
SAROS FIVE
PART THREE

by Colin John
 
RAW
by Chris Orton
 
SACRIFICE
by Andrew Lane
 
TRAPPED!
by Ian McPherson
 
THIEF!
by Robert Hammond

ISSUE TWO

Chris Orton
 
by Robert Hammond
 
by Colin John
 
by James Watts
 
by ian McPherson

ISSUE ONE

by Francis Cave
 
by Ian McPherson
 
by Colin John
 
by Ian McPherson

 
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