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Issue EIGHTEEN is finally complete! A big thank you to everyone who contributed to this issue, Nathan Mullins, Michael Baxter, Julie Kay, J.Arthur Rodgers, Sean Bassett, Thomas Ahearn and Samuel Marks, whose final part of 'The Fear of all Sums' features on the cover of this issue.
You may have noticed a few changes to issue SEVENTEEN. 'Veil of the Rani' has been dropped this is due to the none receipt of part two which should have been included in issue EIGHTEEN. I've contacted its author on several occasions and as I have not (as yet) received a reply I had no choice but to drop it. This meant that a new cover has been created thanks to Metal-Potato-Alex at deviantART who has allowed us to use 'The Most Elementary of Errors' for Julie Kay's 'In Her Absence' which is a multi-piece telling the story of Madam Vastra; of her adventures and her first encounter with the Doctor.
In light of us having to drop someone's contribution to Inferno Fiction, this will now mean that anyone submitting a multi-part piece of fiction will have to submit the complete works as we don't wish to be in this position again. Should the author eventually submit the complete 'Veil of the Rani' then we will include it in a future issue. Apologies for anyone who may have enjoyed this piece of fiction and was looking forward to its completion, but I hope you understand the action we have taken.
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The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine features a revelation from Michelle Gomez about Missy..

"Everything about making the Master the Mistress kind of ups the ante, it makes everything that little bit more dangerous. It blows open this Pandora's box." Asked whether Missy will be returning next year, Gomez replied: "Yes. 'Yes' is my answer. I'll be back. Can I say that? Am I allowed? If not... well, I guess we'll have to see how she's received..."

Also in this issue:

DWM interviews Douglas Mackinnon, the director of Listen, Time Heist and Flatline.
Steven Moffat answers readers’ questions in his exclusive column.
DWM investigates the question: 'Is the Doctor a good man?'
Toby Hadoke pays tribute to the late Lynda Bellingham, the actress who played the Inquistitor in 1986's The Trial of a Time Lord.
Siobhan Redmond, the new Rani, talks exclusively to DWM about her first audio story.
The Doctor and Clara’s comic strip adventures continue in The Eye of Torment written by Scott Gray, with art by Martin Geraghty.
The Fact of Fiction investigates the classic 2005 Ninth Doctor adventure The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances
The Time Team comments on the blockbuster 2008 Tenth Doctor episode Journey's End.
Jacqueline Rayner has to stay up late for her Doctor's appointment in Relative Dimensions
The DWM Review examines Flatline and In the Forest of the Night.

The Watcher tackles the controversial subject of last-minute edits in Wotcha!
Plus the DWM crossword, prize-winning competitions and much more!

Discover the behind-the-scenes secrets of the most exciting year in Doctor Who's long history in the latest Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition. Doctor Who celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013, marking half a century of time-travel adventures. The Year of the Doctor is researched and compiled by Andrew Pixley, and has 100 pages packed with previously unpublished photos, day-to-day details of Doctor Who’s production and hundreds of fascinating new facts.

This essential guide contains in-depth articles on the Paul McGann mini-episode The Night of the Doctor; the 50th Anniversary Special The Day of the Doctor; Matt Smith's final story The Time of Doctor; the drama based on the origins of the series, An Adventure in Space and Time; the hilarious The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot; Doctor Who at the Proms 2013; the Brian Cox lecture The Science of Doctor Who; the documentaries Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide and Me, You and Doctor Who; Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty; and much, much more! 


Issue 1 goes behind the scenes on on-going Doctor Who fan film adventure 'The Coming of the Daleks' and tells us the story so far, the characters involved and what's to come. James Woodard (Assistant Editor) contributes his first comic strip adventure 'Revival' which sees the Doctor (played by Nathan Mullins) re-encounter the Cybermen from 'The Invasion'. The issue also includes 'Who News' based on what's to come in Nathan's short films, Audio productions and more, including a letter from the editor (Nathan Mullins), exclusive episode previews and more.
Issue 2 sheds light on what it's like to produce a Doctor Who fan film adventure on little or no budget. We also interview Assistant Editor James Woodard who writes for the comic strip adventures.
Issue 3 is yet to go to print but includes original fiction 'When the rain came' by Nathan Mullins and the third part of our Doctor Who comic strip 'Revival'. Other features of the magazine include interviews from two members of the cast of 'The Coming of the Daleks', who tell us more about their characters and what's to come.
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More details of other new fanzines can be found here 
It seems that the printed form of the fanzine is almost dead with many choosing the option of downloading instead. If you have a fanzine and you wish for it to be featured here on INFERNO FICTION then please forward the details to infernofiction@gmail.com
In the meantime you can look back at fanzines past in the FANZINE VAULT which will be updated soon.
Another look at a fanzine from the past in the Fanzine Vault which includes
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by Justin Richards

The TARDIS arrives in the CAGE – not a trap, but the College of Advanced Galactic Education, one of the most prestigious academic institutions in colonised space.

Not a trap. Or is it?

The Doctor’s here to receive an honorary degree in Moral Philosophy. But there’s something rotten at the heart of the Medical Facility. Someone is operating on the students. Someone without a conscience. Someone with access to a Sidelian Brain Scanner – a technology that hasn’t been invented yet.

That someone is the ruthless Time Lord scientist known as the Rani – in her new incarnation. But will the Doctor and Peri recognise the Rani’s hand before her trap is sprung?

Starring Colin Baker as The Doctor,
Nicola Bryant as Peri and introducing
Siobhan Redmond as The Rani
available from BIG FINISH November 2014

more details of new releases from BIG FINISH can be found on the audio page.
by Justin Richards

Ignorance is not bliss. It is the alien invader’s greatest advantage.

Tales of unearthly beings have long circulated among us, from legends of intelligent life on Earth before Homo Sapiens to conspiracy theories about what really happened at the Battle of Canary Wharf. But the truth is that alien life exists – and here, at last, is proof.

Based on exclusive access to classified government files, The Secret Lives of Monsters collects evidence that has been suppressed for centuries – notes from clandestine meetings, reports of eyewitness accounts, never-before-seen images and documents, secrets provided by a mysterious agent known only as ‘the Doctor’, and more. It reveals all we know about aliens who are already here, and provides essential information to survive future invasions.

So don’t panic. You are not weaponless. The Secret Lives of Monsters will give you the greatest weapon of all: knowledge.
more details of new book releases can be found here on the books page.


by the MASTER

Take the TARDIS on a Random journey
artwork by ANDY LAMBERT
used with permission
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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!
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