My Piece in the Fanzine Journey Planet: Issue 19 – Doctor Who

I recently had the opportunity to be a part of Journey Planet’s 100 page fanzine. I really enjoyed being a part of this awesome fanzine, and it turned out to be a great fanzine packed full of fun stuff. It came out in December 2014, and you should definitely check it out. You can access it online or download it from Journey Planet for free! Go now! and Read!

Journey Planet: Issue 19 – Doctor Who

Guest Editors Colin Harris and Alissa McKersie!
A 100 Page Bumper Issue!
Page 11 – The Lost Episodes by Michael Lee
Page 13 – My American Experience with Doctor Who by Jim Mann
Page 15 – Doctor Who and Shakespeare by Nicholas Whyte
Page 19 – Why Can’t The All Be Like “The Talons of Weng-Chiang” ~or~ I’m Glad They’re Not All Like “The Talons of Weng-Chiang”
Page 22 – Walking in the Footsteps, Following the TARDIS Tracks by James Bacon
Page 26 – Nightmare in Pantone 2955c by James Bacon
Page 28 – Before & After The Doctor by Chris Garcia
Page 32 – Instant Fanzine – Who Authors Write Featuring Simon Clark, Eoin Colfer, Paul McAuley, Kim Newman, Lance Parkin, Alastair Reynolds
Page 44 – On Target! – The Whovian Art of Chris Achilleos by Colin Harris
Page 48 – The Mutation of Time: Doctor Who Fandom in Britain 1963 – 1990 by Matthew Kilburn
Page 55 – My Life of Doctor Who by Ken Patterson
Page 58 – Radio Free Skaro by Warren Frey
Page 60 – You Don’t Choose the Yarn Life, The Yarn Life Chooses You by Michael Capra
Page 62 – Back in the Days When Our Telly Was Black and White by Christine and Joe Halse
Page 66 – A Crack in Time and Space by Sabine Furlong
Page 70 – Trial of a Time-Lord Fan by Tim Davis
Page 72 – Doctor Who – The Doctor’s Silence A Review by Christopher J Garcia
Page 76 – Instant Fanzine
Featuring: Michael Carroll, Christopher Erickson, Nancy Gonzalez, Des Grogan, Nalini Haynes, Ruth Leibig, Esther MacCallum-Stewert, Jean Martin, Michael Michela, Helena Nash, Mark Oshiro, Padraig O Mealoid, Jesi Pershing, Liam Proven, James Shields, Erin Underwood, Linda Wenzelburger, Roland Willis

About Erin Underwood

BIO: Erin Underwood is the senior event content producer for MIT Technology Review’s emerging technology events. On the side, she reads, writes, and edits SF.
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