Today I’d like to talk to you about the history of art. Well, ok, let’s be real, I really mean the history of DW art.
Oh, goodness, my history of reading (and writing, to a lesser extent) Doctor Who fan fiction goes back like 30 years now, for I soon got into writing fanfic after getting into the show itself. Yet again, I have to
Oh, bother, before this prompt, I didn’t know what Tumblr was, other than some social media site (perhaps) where the fabulous Tammy Garrison posts stuff when she isn’t on facebook/twitter/livejournal. This prompt has forced me to do some investigation, though.
Daleks are basically silly. The Master is basically predictable in his unpredictableness. The rest of the Classic Series villains have become tame through overexposure. (Oh, yes, hello, I watched these stories over and over and over in the 1980’s!) I
This prompt has been a tricky one requiring much thought. Weird, I know, right? You’d think I’d be able to choose right away, given how many decades I’ve had to think about it. The question has been rumbling around in
Today I come in praise of the Short Doctor Who film. Whether an official part of canon, a charity affair not meant to be counted, or a fine fan production, there’s nothing better to ease the need of a quick