The same issue includes an as-ever-brilliant article by Andrew Pixley on how close Sara got to starring in her own Dalek TV series on American telly in the 60s. Cor.
And the reviews have generally nice things to say about some of my stuff:
"Smart and intriguingly structured, The Prisoner's Dilemma is an essential appendix to the Key 2 Time plays."and
"[The Judgement of Isskar] is solid stuff, if becoming slightly convoluted in the second half as various insect and Martian factions squabble. It ends on a great cliffhanger leaving me eagerly awaiting the search for the next segment."SFX, meanwhile, gives Isskar an above-average 3 out of 5 stars.
Matt Michael, The DWM Review, Doctor Who Magazine #406 (1 April 2009), p. 62.
"With heaps of intrigue and incident, it's lively stuff but the bizarre structure leaves it feeling like three separate stories welded together".In other news, issue #105 of Doctor Who Adventures features a comic strip written by me, "Secret Army". I've received my first copy of The Slitheen Excursion.
And tomorrow I'll be manning the Big Finish stall at Time Quest in Barking. Do say hello if you're there. And also if you're not.