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Doctor Who "Bigger on the inside..."

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Old November 8 2013, 02:52 AM   #16
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Re: Trek authors who have also written for Doctor Who

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I would love a Paul Cornell-penned Star Trek novel.

I would love love love love love if Pocket and BBC Books could work together so Cornell could write the TOS/Second Doctor story Cornell wanted to write for Big Finish.

I should also point out that Titan's Star Trek Magazine had contributions by authors known in fandom primarily for their Doctor Who work, including Lance Parkin.
I admire a lot of Cornell's work, so I wouldn't mind seeing his TOS/Second Doctor crossover myself.
Sounds good to me. One of my favorite parts of the "Assimilation^2" graphic novel was the flashback to the 4th Doctor's meeting with the original Star Trek crew. It felt exactly like the kind of crossover that someone would have done in the mid-90s some time.
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We need to get Greg Cox (Does he follow Doctor Who?) and especially Christopher (Since I know he watches Doctor Who) to write some Audios (<-- I use that as a Cyberman, rather than a Bolian in the Doctor Who Forum )
I've enjoyed a Doctor Who quite a lot in the past, although I'm several years behind at this point since the show moved from Syfy to BBC American here in the states--and my local cable package doesn't include BBCA. (Damn them!)

I've missed the entire Matt Smith era, but hope to catch up someday!
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Old November 8 2013, 03:32 AM   #18
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We need to get Greg Cox (Does he follow Doctor Who?) and especially Christopher (Since I know he watches Doctor Who) to write some Audios (<-- I use that as a Cyberman, rather than a Bolian in the Doctor Who Forum )
I've enjoyed a Doctor Who quite a lot in the past, although I'm several years behind at this point since the show moved from Syfy to BBC American here in the states--and my local cable package doesn't include BBCA. (Damn them!)

I've missed the entire Matt Smith era, but hope to catch up someday!
Yeah, but first we need to convince the powers that be to hire you to write some Lost Girl tie-in novels.
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Old November 8 2013, 03:22 PM   #19
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The rest were in The Quality of Leadership.
The Trek heaviness of this one (and that Keith edited it) actually convinced me to take the plunge and read Who fiction - I had read one novel before that was downloadable for free on the BBC site back then (Nightshade) which was fine, but before reading QoL I didn't consider to read more.

If anyone is interested I've written an article/review about it back then.
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Old November 8 2013, 07:46 PM   #20
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We need to get Greg Cox (Does he follow Doctor Who?) and especially Christopher (Since I know he watches Doctor Who) to write some Audios (<-- I use that as a Cyberman, rather than a Bolian in the Doctor Who Forum )
I've enjoyed a Doctor Who quite a lot in the past, although I'm several years behind at this point since the show moved from Syfy to BBC American here in the states--and my local cable package doesn't include BBCA. (Damn them!)

I've missed the entire Matt Smith era, but hope to catch up someday!
Yeah, but first we need to convince the powers that be to hire you to write some Lost Girl tie-in novels.
From your lips to the Ash's ears . . . .
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Harlan Ellison wrote the intro to one of the I, Who books, IIRC.
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Old November 11 2013, 01:58 AM   #22
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Harlan Ellison wrote the intro to one of the I, Who books, IIRC.
No, but Peter David did. (Volume 2, I believe.)

Harlan wrote the introduction to the Pinnacle reprints of the Target novelizations. He gushes about the awesomeness of Doctor Who, how it's better than Star Trek and Star Wars.
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Old November 13 2013, 07:46 AM   #23
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Ah, that's the one. I knew he talked about how he liked it so much but I couldn't remember what it was in.
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