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Filming for series 8 of Doctor Who continues in and around Cardiff. Anyone following Doctor Who Filming on Facebook will know that Coal Hill School features quite a bit in this series as established, not only in the very first episode ever of Doctor Who but most recently in the anniversary episode The Day of the Doctor with Clara now working there as a teacher. History repeating? We'll have to wait and see.
 
Pleased to see that many of you are continuing to enjoy the fiction presented on this website. Work continues with issue SEVENTEEN which will be later than planned. The next issue should be on the site by the end of April. Some stories have already been announced (see far right) with more to come soon.
 
I'm still working on some new artwork to feature with some fiction that currently lacks illustration. 'Killer' and 'The Ivory Tower' both by Robert Hammond are being worked on at the moment with more to follow.
 
Thank you to everyone who has taken time out to view the ANNIVERSARY issue of INFERNO FICTION so far and which I'm sure any new viewer to the site will enjoy some of the superb fiction from some of the finest writers in fandom: A big thank you to all those who have contributed to this issue, Julie Kay, Michael Baxter, Al Dickerson, Jack Lawrence, Meg MacDonald, Nic ford, Samuel Marks and Fionna MacDonald. Also thanks to Nathan Rowark for the verse about our hero The Doctor, which I hope you will enjoy.
 
Issue FIFTEEN is also online: A big thank you to all this issue's contributors, Andy Weston, Paul Parncutt, Michael Baxter, Samuel Marks, Ashley Myles and Nick Wheeler.
 
Early issues of INFERNO FICTION, issues ONE to SEVEN have already migrated to another server. Other issues will follow over a period time I hope this doesn't ruin your enjoyment of the site.
 
As already mention, there will be some new artwork will be popping up here and there amongst already existing stories as I find the time to cobble some new pieces of artwork to freshen up some of the pages. I've already made a start as you'll see in parts one and two of 'Where Dead Men Slumber', part one of 'Judas Priest' and 'Voices From The Past'.
 
Check out 'What does Doctor Who Mean to Me?' Unedited, personal accounts of what Doctor Who means to contributors to the show and fans alike.... by Joe Ford which can be found over at DOC OHO REVIEWS
 
If you're new to the site, then welcome. I hope you enjoy what you see and are inspired to contribute in anyway. If so, then please, contact me at the email address: infernofiction@gmail.com
 
Enjoy!
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Paul McGann talks about life after being the Eighth Doctor in issue 472 of Doctor Who Magazine.

"You know what? I don't expect ever to be involved again. But I expect I'll be surprised one day by something. That's what Doctor Who's about. I expect to be surprised . . ."

Also in issue:

DWM goes behind the scenes and talks exclusively with Jamie Payne, who directed the recent episodes Hide and The Time of the Doctor

John Levene recalls his time playing Cybermen, Yeti and UNIT regular Benton in an in-depth interview

Master model-makers Mike Tucker and his team reveal their experiences of providing visual effects for 21st-century Doctor Who

Showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers' questions

A detailed look at The Fact of Fiction of the 1982 Fifth Doctor adventure Time-Flight

The Blood of Azrael – The Doctor and Clara in the third part of their latest comic strip adventure
 
The Time Team take a trip to the Planet of the Ood

Jacqueline Rayner casts a critical eye over the Twelfth Doctor's choice of apparel in Relative Dimensions

The Watcher ponders how Doctor Who companions sometimes know things that they ought not to know, and embarrasses another supporting artiste in Wotcha!

Reviews of the latest DVDs, CDs, and books.


Competitions, puzzles, and much more!
 
 
 
 

WHOTOPIA issue 27

100 PAGES OF DOCTOR WHO GOODNESS
 
The latest issue of Whotopia is now online and available to download for your reading pleasure.

All Whotopia issues are available for free and published in PDF format which can be easily uploaded to your PC or e-Reader for your reading pleasure.

Issue 27 contains 100 pages of Doctor Who goodness featuring exclusive columns, articles, features, reviews and more.
 
Features in this issue include:

WITHOUT RAY CUSICK
Michael S. Collins pays tribute to the designer who created the iconic figure of the Daleks

MERCHANDISE MARVELS: TEN OF THE BEST
Managing the merchandise with Paula Hammond

OUR LIVING TRAILBLAZERS
Michael S. Collins highlights the early pioneers of Doctor Who

ANNIVERSARY AFTERTHOUGHTS
Whotopia reviews some of the special 50th Anniversary programming

A SEAS OF SCARVES

Multi-national reports on The Day of The Doctor cinema showings

THE FUTURE OF DOCTOR WHO
Nancy Gross ponders the future of the Twelfth Doctor

THE FANZINE CORNER
Another plunge into the world of fanzines with Bob Furnell

THE END OF WHOTOPIA?
Is this really the last issue of Whotopia? Bob Furnell tells us the story
All this and more in the latest issue
 
and much more besides !
 
For full details of this issue check out the New Fanzine page or go direct to www.whotopia.ca
 

PLAYTHING OF SUTEKH issue 3

The new issue features:

DON'T SHOOT - HE'S BRITISH
Matt Kilburn looks at the cultural influences on the Doctor's identity.

MATT FINISH
John Connors looks at 2013's new episodes and Matt Smith's final episodes

MESSIAH!
Greg Bartlem looks at the changing depiction of the Doctor in the post-2005 series

SEASONAL GEAR CHANGES
Jez Strickley spots similarities between Terror of the Zygons and The Seeds of Doom.

PAT'S BACK! WERE THEY WORTH THE WAIT?
A look at the two recently recovered Troughtons.

SECRET WHO
Underrated stories Enlightenment and The Invisible Enemy

DWDVD
A new angle on stories recently released on DVD The Tenth Planet and The Mind of Evil

plus! The Liverpool Connection, David Whitaker's Dalek novel, the return of the Eighth and more!

Check out the fanzine page for further details of this and other new fanzines.
 

 
 
MOONFLESH
by Mark Morris
 
One wouldn't normally expect to find elephants, gorillas and rhinoceroses roaming free in Suffolk in the year 1911. One wouldn't normally expect to find an extra-dimensional police box at the same time/space location either. Two aliens, named the Doctor and Nyssa, exit said box, only to find themselves pursued by a hungry lioness – for they've landed in the private hunting grounds of the famous explorer Nathaniel Whitlock, who's brought together a motley group of friends and acquaintances for a weekend's shooting.

But one of Whitlock's guests isn't all they seem. One of them wants the secrets of the Moonflesh, the mystic mineral looked after by Whitlock's retainer, a Native American known as Silver Crow. Because the Moonflesh is reputed to have the power to call down spirits from another realm…

…and soon, the hunters will become the hunted.
Starring Peter Davison as The Doctor and Sarah Sutton as Nyssa
available from BIG FINISH APRIL 2014
 
more details of new releases from BIG FINISH can be found on the audio page.
 

 
 
 
MARY TAMM - SECOND GENERATION

Published April 2014

Bradford-born Mary Tamm was already a successful actress on stage, TV and the big screen when, in 1978, she joined the cast of Doctor Who as the Time Lady, Romana, in the company of Tom Baker’s incarnation of the Doctor.

In 2009, her book First Generation recounted the story of her life before Who and her journey of self-discovery to her parents’ homeland of Estonia. Tantalisingly for Who fans, the book came to an end half way through Mary’s year on board the TARDIS. This new volume (written before her tragic death from cancer in 2012) picks up where First Generation ends, with the inside story of the filming of her final three Doctor Who adventures; and continues with tales of her subsequent TV work, her return to the stage, her ventures into the world of Who fandom, and the personal joy and fulfilment brought to her by the birth of her own ‘second generation’ – her daughter, Lauren.

Packed with incidents and anecdotes recounted with Mary’s trademark no-nonsense Northern wit, Second Generation is rounded out with tributes and reflections from some of her closest friends and colleagues, including Miriam Margolyes, Carol Royle and Steven Berkoff.

The book will be available in paperback and limited edition hardback; full details are available from the Fantom Films website, as are for the her first autobiography, First Generation.

 
 
     
 
Another look at a fanzine from the past in the Fanzine Vault which includes
THE DOCTOR WHO REVIEW, STEEL SKYORACLE
and NEWS, VIEWS & REVIEWS all in  the Vault!
 
If you'd like your fanzine mentioned in the Fanzine Vault then please send us details of the issues you wish to enter to: infernofiction@gmail.com
 
 

 
 
THE TIME RING
by the MASTER

Take the TARDIS on a Random journey
 
TARDIS WEB RING
 
Welcome to inferno-fiction.co.uk.
 
Inferno Fiction is an on-line Doctor Who Fiction Fanzine. First created in the 80's when fanzines in the printed form were the norm, the fanzine has now leapt onto the world wide web and is enjoyed by many across the world!
 
The stories featured are from the original pages of the printed fanzine and now include a collection of new material.
If you would like to contribute then please email them to: infernofiction@gmail.com

 
    
 
 

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ISSUE SEVENTEEN
 
coming soon THE FEAR OF ALL SUMS
PART THREE

by Samuel Marks

coming soon OLD IRON
by Michael Baxter

coming soon THE RALLAX OPERATION
PART TWO

by Al Dickerson

coming soon OH MY GIDDY AUNT!
by Sean Bassett

coming soon IN HER ABSCENSE
PART ONE

by Julie Kay
 
More to be announced soon!

ISSUE SIXTEEN

by Julie Kay
 
A WORD TO THE WISE
by Michael Baxter

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

by Fionna MacDonald

LATER
by Jack Lawrence

FRAGILE
by Meg MacDonald

RIGHT OF PASSAGE
by Nic Ford

THROUGH A GLASS, DARKLY

by Julie Kay and Al Dickerson

LIKE THE GOBLIN BEE

by Meg MacDonald
 
BONUS FICTION  IN THE LIGHT OF HOPE
 by J. Arthur Rodgers
 
 
ISSUE FIFTEEN
 

  PROGRESS
by Ashley Myles

 FISH FINGERS AND MUSTARD

by Paul Parncutt

LINE IN THE SAND
by Nick Wheeler
 
by Samuel Marks

THE THREE MARINERS
by Michael Baxter
 
by Michael Falino
 
ISSUE FOURTEEN
 
by Ashley Myles
 
by Al Dickerson
 
by Sean Bassett
 
by Michael Falino
 
by Joe Ford
 
by Meg MacDonald
 
by Michael Baxter
 
by Nathan Mullins
 
ISSUE THIRTEEN
 
by Francis Cave
 by Meg MacDonald
by Thomas Ahearn
by Nic Ford
by Andy Weston
by Julie Kay
 
by Nick Wheeler
by Ashley Myles
 
ISSUE TWELVE
 
by Meg MacDonald
by Thomas Ahearn
by Shams Uddin
by Francis Cave
by Nathan Mullins
 
by Julie kay

ISSUE ELEVEN

bY Meg MacDonald

by Jonathan Whitelaw
 
by Shams Uddin
 
by Alasdair I. Shaw
 
by Stellar Explorer
 
by Will Barber
 
ISSUE TEN
 
by Colin John
 
by Darren Field
 
by Huw Llewellyn-Davies
 
by Nathan Mullins
 
by Martin Day

ISSUE NINE

by David Hankinson
 
by Ian McPherson
 
by Colin John
 
by Darren Field
 
by Michael Stevens
 
by Nathan Mullins

ISSUE EIGHT

by Simon Cogan
 
by Neil Hunter
 
by Nathan Mullins
 
by Robert Hammond
 
by Huw Llewellyn Davies
 
by Colin John

ISSUE SEVEN

by Simon Cogan
 
by Darren Field
 
by Stephen Lyons
 
by Robert Hammond
 
by James D. Quinton
 
by Neil Hunter

ISSUE SIX

by Robert Hammond
 
by Darren Field
 
by Neil Hunter
 
by Darren Field
 
by Colin John

ISSUE FIVE

by Martin Day
 
by Darren Field
 
by Ian McPherson
 
by Colin John
 
by Robert hammond
 
by Stuart Brown

ISSUE FOUR

by David Agnew
 
by Stuart Brown
 
by Ian McPherson
 
by Darren Hitchings
 
by Robert Hammond
 
by Ian McPherson

ISSUE THREE

by Ian McPherson
 
by Stephen J Thomas
 
by Colin John
 
by Chris Orton
 
by Andrew Lane
 
by Ian McPherson
 
by Robert Hammond

ISSUE TWO

by Chris Orton
 
by Robert Hammond
 
by Colin John
 
by James Watts
 
by Ian McPherson

ISSUE ONE

by Francis Cave
 
by Ian McPherson
 
by Colin John
 
by Ian McPherson
 

 
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