Time Lords Remixed
 

No. 25 of 25 in the Miscellaneous humour / parody series
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By:David P. Reiter
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Released:  15 February 2020
Publisher:  Interactive Press
ISBN:978-1-922332-13-4
Format: paperback
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Cover blurb:
Dr Who in fan-verse??

Arguably the most literary of science fiction shows, Doctor Who has adapted its time lords and cast of companions and alien threats to audiences across the globe for more than 50 years.

In Time Lords Remixed, unapologetic Whovian and digital artist David P. Reiter reimagines the voices of time lords, especially Peter Capaldi and Jodie Whittaker, through a poetic and image remix that spans 50 episodes and includes associative internet links that build on his Western Australian Premier's Award-winning title Timelord Dreaming.

Read, view, and, via the digital edition, listen, interact — and be amazed!


Here we have a satirical, surreal and insightful narrative that invites readers to click through, look up, chuckle and question everything. All is not as it seems, though. Beyond the sci-fi fandom and miscellany is a distilled and vital poetry that deserves multiple readings.
Jayne Fenton Keane, author of The Transparent Lung

These cunning, elegant poetic recaps take the Doctor through the most significant regeneration yet: from Peter Capaldi's practitioner of the midlife crisis to Jodie Whittaker's lighter and more optimistic touch. David Reiter skilfully captures this change in voices, while bringing along all manner of companions, adversaries, monsters, and recurring characters and themes. Time Lords Remixed is bigger on the inside: climb in.
Tim Jones, author and co-editor of The Stars Like Sand

This is for Whovians or whoever likes their poetry fast-paced and clever (but not smart-arsed), written by a poet who can turn a tercet or two. You can spend days inside this world — whatever a day might mean in this world. Time Lords Remixed is confident. It moves with assurance and intelligence and has something to say, then enacts it.
Chris Mansell, author, and publisher of PressPress


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