It’s been a long time coming but, we’re really excited to reveal the final line-up for the forthcoming Temporal Logbook II: Further Journeys. This edition will feature 13 stories covering Doctors 1 through 12 including the War Doctor; as well as two bonus stories, (one of which is a sequel to a story featured in the first Temporal Logbook).
This all new collection includes:
First Doctor – Ghosts of the Future by Hamish Crawford
Second Doctor – The Clockwork Dreamer Sings Songs To The Stars – Nic Ford
Third Doctor – The Spectre of Gelsandor – Russell McGee
Fourth Doctor – Nightfall on Titan – Richard Peevers
Fifth Doctor – Flowers In The Rain – Tony Jones
Sixth Doctor – Symbiogenesis – Rob Nisbet
Seventh Doctor – Five for Rebecca Chancer – Nick Mellish
Eighth Doctor – O’er The Hills and Far Away – Benjamin Pocock
Ninth Doctor – The Lights of Kenzazi – Kate Coleman
Tenth Doctor – The Elephant Man Never Forgets – Kevin Mason
Eleventh Doctor – The Canterbury Tale – Frank Danes
Twelfth Doctor – The Pride and Prejudice of a Time Lord – David Smith & Violet Addison
War Doctor – The Muspilli Convention – J.E. Remy
Fifth Doctor – Ghost Train – Fiona MacDonald **Bonus Story**
Eighth Doctor – Confused and Changed – Nick Mellish **Bonus Story**
The Temporal Logbook II is being edited by: Robert Mammone, Bob Furnell, J.E. Remy & Richard Peevers
Publication is expected to be in early 2018.
Please note that if you were planning to submit a story to the Temporal Logbook II, we have updated and revised the Submission Guidelines as of March 29th. Please ensure you familiarize yourself with the new guidelines which can be found here.
Mark your calendars!
OPEN SUBMISSION DAY
Saturday May 6 2017 from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Pacific Standard Time
We will be accepting completed stories for inclusion in The Temporal Logbook II for one day and one day only –Saturday May 6 2017 from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Pacific Standard Time.
As with the original short-story collection, the second volume will feature twelve original stories by new and up-in-coming writers. All twelve incarnations of the Doctor will be featured with a story dedicated to that particular incarnation.
For the open submission day we are looking for stories featuring Doctors 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 & 10.
Stories should be between 5000-8000 words.
To contribute a story to The Temporal Logbook II all you have to do is:
- Submit 1 completed story. (Multiple submissions are not allowed.)
- Provide your full name and email, and
- Include a brief bio telling us a bit about yourself (if you haven’t worked with us previously), and indicate if you’ve been published before or not.
The full Submission Guidelines can be found here.
We here at Pencil Tip love to read and publish books. With that in mind, we have a whole hosts of new books lined up for publication over the next two years, including…
THE BOOK OF BEASTS
A critical look at the making of Nigel Kneale’s seminal 1970s horror anthology series
STAR ONE COMPENDIUM
Various Authors/Edited by Bob Furnell
Star One was a short-lived fan magazine dedicated to the BBC television series, Blake’s 7. This special publication will feature many of the articles from the original issues – updated and revised – including brand new material, and material intended for publication but ultimately unused.
One man’s journey to read, and critically assess, every Target Doctor Who novel published.
Various Authors/Edited by Bob Furnell
Tellyvision (2001-03, 2010) was a popular fan magazine dedicated to classic British, American and Canadian television. This special publication will feature many of the articles from the original issues – updated and revised – including brand new material, and material intended for publication but ultimately unused.
TEMPORAL LOGBOOK II
Various Authors/Edited by Robert Mammone, Bob Furnell & J.E. Remy
Follow-up short-story collection to 2015s The Temporal Logbook
* Titles are provisional and may change by publication
Thank you to those of you who submitted Temporal Logbook II story proposals for the TTL2 Editorial team to read and assess. We were completely overwhelmed by the response and sheer number of proposals we received. We very much appreciate the time and energy each of you put into your proposals.
As of today (October 1), all of you who submitted proposals will have heard from us whether your story idea was accepted or not for publication – this includes those writers who’s stories have been chosen for publication. (If you haven’t received an email from us, please make sure you check your spam and/or junk mail folders as our response may have been delivered there by mistake.)
Over the next few weeks we’ll be doing some work behind the scenes. Once that’s completed, we hope to reveal the official line-up for volume two. Publication for volume two is schedule for 2017.
Once again, thank you to all of you.
TTL2 Editorial Team
The first batch of rejection letters have now gone out today to individuals who submitted story proposals for the forthcoming Temporal Logbook II. Over the next several weeks we will be sending email’s to each person who submitted a proposal regarding the status of their proposal (this includes stories not being used, and those being used).
Please note that if you have not received a rejection letter as of yet, this could mean that:
- we have not yet sent one out to you
- we have not yet assessed your story
- or, your story may likely have been accepted for inclusion
This process will likely take sometime to complete, but we are hoping to have contacted everyone by the end of September/early October. In the meantime, please do not contact Pencil Tip if you have not yet heard from us. We will advise when all correspondence has been sent out.
Greetings all. Thought we’d post a quick update regarding the status of the TTL2 story proposal reviews. Unfortunately this is taking longer than expected. We received quite a large number of submissions – more than what was expected – and combined with other projects in progress at the same time, sadly, we’re somewhat behind in our assessments.
The reality for the majority of those of us involved with PTP is that this is not our regular 9-5 employment. Each of us have other outside commitments such as a regular day job, spouses/partners, families, etc. Sadly there is only so many hours in the day. Much of what each of us do for PTP is done in our spare personal time.
While this may seem like an excuse to you our humble readers and contributors, but we wanted to explain things so that there are no misunderstandings. We appreciate your interest in the Temporal Logbook II and look forward to your continued support. We are addressing the backlog as quickly as we can. In the meantime, we apologize for this inconvenience, and hope you will understand and bare with us while we try and clear the backlog of assessments. We will be in touch as soon as we can.