Note: Spiral-bound book.
This project, timed to be released to celebrate this anniversary, has brought together some of the very best “Who” writers. Some names may already be familiar to you, some should hopefully become so in the near future!
For this collection, they have all kindly donated original stories, poems and drabbles featuring the Doctor, his companions, and his world, from all eras of the show, and from the books — stories from the Doctor’s past, present (and future!)
35 pieces to celebrates 35 years of time travel — including:
A brief encounter for the Doctor and Susan — but what about those they leave behind?
The Second Doctor pays a return visit to Venus for some Martial Arts instruction.
Iris Wildthyme: The U.N.I.T. years...
H.P. Lovecraft finds out that life can be stranger than fiction...
Europa, the 32nd century. Miles Dashwood is having a spot of bother with his fiancée and Count Dracula...
The Fourth Doctor and Romana find that fiction can be stranger than reality... and the truth behind those missing Professor X episodes is finally revealed...!
What is it that has been hiding in the TARDIS — and from the minds of the Fifth Doctor and his companions?
The Sixth Doctor and Grant find themselves dealing with one of the deadliest menaces to Earth — a psychotic, theme park Santa Claus!
The Seventh Doctor and Chris find something nasty lurking in the seemingly peaceful, cloistered heart of In’sav’aar...
The Eighth Doctor visits some old friends, and pays a return visit to Tombstone, Arizona...
A Future Doctor faces an old enemy — and a personal pain...
This is an unofficial collection, privately printed, and distributed by the editors in return for donations to the Foundation for the Study of Infant Death.
Note: Limited edition of 150 copies. This edition is perfect-bound (i.e. similar binding to most standard paperback books) and contains 2 additional stories not in the 1st (spiral-bound) edition.
And all for charity!
“Perfect Timing” contains contributions from fan and professional writers and artists, celebrating the continuing adventures of TV’s favourite, and oldest, time traveller. All 35 of the original stories are reproduced for this reprint, with the addition of two stories omitted from the first edition for reasons of length.
This edition of Perfect Timing has been produced in a one-time-only print run of 150 copies.
This is an unofficial publication produced and distributed solely in return for donations to the Foundation for the Study of Infant Death.