16 July 2010


After errata had been pointed out to me, you can now download TTZ7 v.2.0, hopefully correct, below, and hopefully soon we'll put it up on that menu to the left.

14 July 2010

the moment has been prepared for!

After a very long wait, TTZ7 is done and available for download.

This time around, we focus a bit on the most recent TV series, but there are lots of other treats, too. There is part two of the interview with Rob Shearman, part one of the interview with Paul Cornell, Raggedy Doctor & Amy paper dolls by Liz Wride, book reviews, and miscellaneous stuff. Of course we are really proud of the Panel of 13 which introduces new writers and LOTS of new artists.

I am really grateful to all the new artists, so let me just quickly give them a plug here: Jonny Eveson, Sharon Bautista, Simon Bromley, Alies Bruinsma, Draculasaurus, Michael Clarke, Michael Gilroy-Sinclair, Matt Harris, Daniela Illing, Lady Yate-xel, James Random, Hannah Rothman and Jessica Taylor (did I miss anyone?!).

Everyone involved was such a big help, so give yourselves a pat on the back.

You may notice that the footer/page numbering is different. The same bug with Word that I encountered last issue reared its ugly head, so the only way I could save the 51-page document was to paste it into a new file without the pre-existing footer/numbering system. It looks ugly but for the moment it will suffice. Sorry.

No doubt there are typos, widows, orphans, and mis-formatting; please alert me to these (in a polite fashion!). Better yet, do let us know what you think of this issue--good, bad, ugly, etc.

Thank you for reading and very much hope you enjoy.

Let me thank again my regular editing team (Lori Jansen, Steven Sautter, Jamie Beckwith, and Evan Keraminas) for their stellar help.

Am now going to sleep. My everything hurts. :-P

01 July 2010

Summer of Who

Well, series 5 is done (for Britain, at least), the deadline is passed, (most of) the submissions are in. The TTZ elves (that's me and the editing team!) are working hard for the next two weeks to weave together the many submissions, both art and literary, into the whole. It's very exciting and frankly I'm bowled over by some of the artwork and writing we've received. We look forward to sharing it with you, so stay tuned and keep following us here, on Facebook, and on Twitter!