Dr Who charity anthology ‘A Time Lord For Change’ is out now!

❉ Raising money for MIND, ‘A Time Lord For Change’ is out today!

As announced a few weeks back on We Are Cult, the long awaited charity anthology ‘A Time Lord for Change’ is released today, 23 November, 53 years to the day since Doctor Who first aired.

‘A Time Lord for Change’ is a new charity anthology that takes every single television Doctor Who story from 1963’s An Unearthly Child to 2015’s The Husbands of River Song – covering all the Doctors, companions, adventures, and enemies – and re-imagines and re-interprets them as drabbles: stories, poems, letters, songs, vignettes and memoirs of exactly 100 words in length, no more, no less. And this book contains over 270 of them!

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Chinbeard Books – donating to mental health charity MIND – offers every fan of TV’s Time Lord a new opportunity to take the Doctor’s hand and step aboard the TARDIS to discover a whole new world of Doctor Who previously unseen, a world that’s sometimes frightening, sometimes silly, sometimes irreverent and sometimes deliciously analytical.

‘A Time Lord for Change’ features over 100 professional and amateur contributors, including prominent names from Doctor Who itself: Colin Baker, Katy Manning, Andrew Cartmel, Robert Shearman, Jane Sherwin, and Terry Molloy. Other prominent contributors include: Joanne Harris, Paul Magrs, John Dorney, Neil Perryman, David J Howe, Simon Bucher-Jones, Paul Ebbs, Simon A Forward, Ian Potter, John Davies, James Gent (Who? – Ed.), JR Southall, Alan Stevens, Fiona Moore, Steve Horry, Declan May, and Rebecca Vaughan; plus Cliff Chapman who conceived and commissioned the project, project publisher/producer Barnaby Eaton-Jones (Robin of Sherwood: The Knights of the Apocalypse) and critically acclaimed playwright and theatre producer Elton Townend Jones (The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe), who edits the collection.


❉ Visit http://www.chinbeardbooks.com/p-o-d-beard to purchase ‘A Time Lord For Change’.

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