We continue our interviews with the authors of the Temporal Logbook II, and chat with Nic Ford who has penned the Second Doctor story, The Clockwork Dreamer Sings Songs to the Stars.
All of us involved in the forthcoming Temporal Logbook II are extremely excited today.
“Why?” you ask.
Because we’ve been given the go-ahead and we can officially reveal the cover for the second collection of stories.
Created by the extremely talented John Gordon, who works with us as Pencil Tip’s in-house illustrator and designer and has been responsible for the covers of several Pencil Tip books including The Temporal Logbook and the Sapphire & Steel Omnibus. He is an archaeologist, illustrator, author and comics writer who gets dispatched to exotic ancient sites in the far corners of the world.
Star One was a short-lived Canadian fan magazine dedicated to the BBC-TV sci-fi series Blake’s 7. Four issue were published between 2011-12, with an unreleased fifth issue planned for early 2013.
Compiled and edited by Bob Furnell, featuring artwork by Richard Farrell, this special omnibus edition brings together many of the articles from the original issues – updated and revised – brand new material specially written for this publication, plus material intended for the unpublished fifth issue.
The Star One Compendium features:
- Interviews with Chris Boucher (Blake’s 7 script writer & editor); David Richardson (Big Finish); and authors Scott Harrison, Cavan Scott and Mark Wright
- Original Fiction by fan authors Winnie Lacesso and Katherine Lopez
- An all new original “Blake’s 7” short-story by J.E. Remy (Temporal Logbook) specially written for the compendium
- Results to the Star One Series Survey – the first time these results have been made public
- Original artwork by Richard Farrell (Andersonic, Plaything of Sutekh)
- Articles, reviews, opinion pieces and more!
Page Count: 258 pages, 6×9 Paperback
Published: November 2017
Pencil Tip Publishing is pleased to announce our latest Doctor Who-themed charity short-story collection, Sarah Jane Smith: Roving Reporter – an affectionate tribute to the character and the actress who played her.
Sarah Jane Smith is without a doubt, one of the most popular of the Doctor’s companions. An investigative journalist who traveled with the Doctor, she was confident, courageous, compassionate and inquisitive. She had a sharp mind and tongue, and was unabashedly feminist – the perfect strong female character, and a positive example to young girls everywhere.
Elisabeth Sladen was the talented actress who brought the character of Sarah Jane Smith to life supporting the third (Jon Pertwee) and fourth (Tom Baker) Doctors from 1973-76. Sladen’s character later set of on her own in K9 and Company (1981), Downtime (1995), and the Sarah Jane Smith audio series (2002-06), produced by Big Finish Productions. Her performance gained her a multitude of adoring fans, loved wherever Doctor Who has aired, and extending across new generations through her popular performance of the character in The Sarah Jane Adventures (2007-11).
This special publication will feature a selection of new adventures for Sarah Jane as written by a selection of Doctor Who fandom’s best original writing, artwork, and more.
All net proceeds from this publication will be donated in support of the British Columbia Cancer Foundation, the fundraising partner of the BC Cancer Agency and the largest charitable funder of cancer research in this province. The BCCF enable donors to make contributions to leading-edge research that has a direct impact on improvements to cancer care for patients in British Columbia.
Page Count: TBD, Paperback
Just released today!
The Cuckoo In Winter
A brand new gothic ghost story by Craig Charlesworth (Temporal Logbook, Grave Warnings)
When a young doctor endures a family tragedy, he attempts to leave his troubles behind him by taking a job in a remote mansion on the moors. There he finds a dying man, an eccentric servant, and… something else. Followed by a presence who’s nature he can barely guess at, he must unravel the mysteries of Fetch House before he is overcome by them. Or perhaps it’s already too late?
Just what is it that knocks on doors of in the middle of the night? Who is the mysterious young girl in rags who creeps around the nearby town? And what secrets are hidden in the walled garden? In the hallways of this monstrous house, something is waking and beginning to stir. And with friends few and far between, it may just claim our hero’s sanity.
Author: Craig Charlesworth
Published October 2017