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15TH ANNIVERSARY & SEASON 40

February 17, 2014

15th Anniversary Logo 2 - JGS

It’s hard to believe but it’s been fifteen years since The Doctor Who Project published its very first story, The Final Sunset, in January 1999. Fifteen years is a landmark run in Doctor Who fan fiction and to help mark this exciting occasion The Doctor Who Project is planning several special projects to help make this a year to remember.

One of the cornerstones of our 15th Anniversary will be the publication of a brand new season of exciting adventures in time and space. SEASON 40 will feature three new stories with TDWPs Tenth Doctor as played by Laurent Meyer.

The lineup for SEASON 40 will be…

STORY ONE [12F]
GHOST SHIP by Krista Wilson

STORY TWO [12G]
CYBERCULT by Miles Reid-Lobatto

STORY THREE [12H/12J]
THE FINAL RECKONING: PARTs ONE & TWO by John-Gordon Swogger

Season 40 will be edited by Robert Mammone with Kyle Bastian providing assistant editorial duties. The TDWP Range Consultant is Jez Strickley and the project is overseen by Range Editor, Bob Furnell.

The Doctor Who Project has been publishing original fiction featuring an alternate Doctor and his companions since 1999. Stories are published as part of an overall ‘season’ that concentrates on delivering a collection of short stories which sees the Doctor having exciting new adventures in time and space. The Doctor Who Project has grown into a list running to over 110 individual titles and is enjoyed by readers from all over the globe. The Doctor Who Project is the winner of 6 FANQ Awards.

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