Myth Makers 15: Across the Universe

Travel across the universe in adventures that take you from the far-flung outer reaches of the cosmos to the dark underworld of London’s East End to the day-glo dimension next door!.

The latest issue of DWIN’s fiction anthology, Myth Makers, features outstanding fan fiction by published authors and the best writers in Doctor Who fandom today. Gorgeously illustrated, Myth Makers 15 is designed to thrill, excite, break your heart and blow your mind!
Featuring:

Fluke by Kelly Hale (Grimm Reality, Erasing Sherlock)
People are disappearing from churches in the American South. Is there a suicide cult at work? And who is the mysterious stranger in the leather jacket who just seems to be hanging around.

Go Plastic by John Anderson
John Anderson puts Doctor Who back in the blender and comes up with another concoction that will tickle your tongue and leave you licking your martini glass for more.

The Weight of Posterity by Melinda Selmys
Jamie, Victoria and the Second Doctor are about to get themselves in trouble again as they arrive amidst the Mik-Mar and their dragon worshipping neighbours the Narananti.

Home by Robert Mammone
Does your neutron flow need reversing in the polarity department? Check in for some classic Third Doctor/UNIT fun.

Twist of Destiny by Rachel Steffan
Choices make the man or woman. Samson and Gemma (from the Big Finish audio “Terra Firma”) return with the Eighth Doctor.

Deperately Seeking by Steve Hatcher (Short Trips: Past Tense, Short Trips: Monsters)
The Doctor is brooding. Susan is gone. But has he made a heartless decision?

Partly Cloudy by Chris Heffernan
They can open CVEs to E-Space, feed millions from Necros and even cure common Lazar’s disease! Why, oh why can’t the peoples of the universe predict the weather right? Mel and the Seventh Doctor investigate.

Present Tense by Graeme Burk (Short Trips and Side Steps, Short Trips: Steel Skies)
Rose looks up and sees a gun. “Please Doctor…don’t kill me.”

Illustrations by Michael Leis, Van Donovan, Dean Betton and Jason Phillips.
Edited by Scott Clarke and John Anderson

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Writer Gary Russell to visit Toronto June 9th

Who Party Toronto Presents:
An Afternoon With Gary Russell
Sunday June 9th, 2013 from noon until 6:00pm
Paupers Pub (second floor), 539 Bloor Street W.
Cost: $15 for the afternoon

On Sunday June 9th, 2013 join The Doctor Who Information Network and Who Party Toronto for An Afternoon With Gary Russell on the second floor of Paupers Pub at 539 Bloor Street West.

The afternoon will feature a Q&A session with our guest Doctor Who writer and Script Editor Gary Russell as well as a live video commentary of a Doctor Who episode that he worked on, an autograph session, a trivia competition and an afternoon of discussions and socializing with other Doctor Who fans.


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