Note: Numbered limited edition of 1,000 copies. A collection of one hundred “drabbles” (100-word short stories or poems) themed around the subject of Doctor Who, in aid of the RNIB Talking Book Library.
Dan Abnett, Sophie Aldred, Brian Ameringen, Peter Anghelides, Geoffrey Arthur, Colin Baker, David Banks, Nigel Bannerman, Christopher Barry, Stephen Baxter, Michael Bell, J. Jeremy Bentham, Ness Bishop, Ian Stuart Black, Chris Boucher, Steve Bowkett, Graham S. Brand, Keith Brooke, David Burke, Tim Chapman, Kevin Chitty, Tony Cooke, Nathan Cooke, Paul Cornell, Fiona Cumming, Richard W. Dance, Peter Darvill-Evans, Andrew W. Donkin, Julian Eales, Stan Eling, George Evans, Michael Ferguson, Ian M. Fraser, John Freeman, Stephen Gallagher, Steve Graeme, David Green, Mervyn Haisman, Elizabeth Halliday, Paul Harrington, Alun Harris, Michael Haslett, David J. Howe, Robert Howe, David Inwood, Simon J. Irving, Alison Jacobs, Louise Jameson, Steven Jenkins, Simon Christopher Jones, Andrew Lane, Glenn Langford, Barry Letts, Peter Ling, David Martin, Chaz Mason, Becky Maude, Tim Maude, Graham McKinnon, Adrian Middleton, Brian Milligan, M. R. Morgan, Steve Morgan, Mark Morris, Jim Mortimore, Amanda Murray, John Nathan-Turner, Kate Orman, John Peel, Victor Pemberton, Jon Pertwee, Martin Pollard, Eric Pringle, Justin Richards, John M. Rimmer, Tony Roach, Nigel Robinson, Nicholas Royle, Gary Russell, Robert Sloman, Chris Sparrow, Mark Stammers, Michael E. P. Stevens, Keith Topping, David Tulley, Jan Vincent-Rudzki, David B. Wake, Stephen James Walker, John Wiles and Stephen Wyatt.
The inside cover flaps read as follows:
David J. Howe is co-author of two series of ongoing factual books on Doctor Who. He provides a monthly book review column for Starburst magazine and is currently editor of the British Fantasy Society Newsletter. He is married, lives in Surrey and cannot see the attraction of carnivorous plants.
David B. Wake is the same age as Doctor Who and, although his surname isn’t a question, he has the same initials. He produced Birmingham University SF Society’s magazine “The Six Chairbeings”. He was the sixth Chairbeing. He lives in Bournville where he is converting his garden into a golf course.