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Queers Dig Time Lords: A Celebration of…
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Queers Dig Time Lords: A Celebration of Doctor Who by the LGBTQ Fans Who…

by Sigrid Ellis (Editor), Michael Damian Thomas (Editor)

Other authors: Carole E. Barrowman (Introduction), John Barrowman (Introduction), Hal Duncan (Contributor), Amal El-Mohtar (Contributor), Jed Hartman (Contributor)9 more, Tanya Huff (Contributor), David Llewellyn (Contributor), Paul Magrs (Contributor), Brit Mandelo (Contributor), Mary Anne Mohanraj (Contributor), Gary Russell (Contributor), Melissa Scott (Contributor), Rachel Swirsky (Contributor), Na'amen Gobert Tilahun (Contributor)

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I've been a cheerleader for the series of books on Who produced by Mad Norwegian Press, but I did wonder if there was really room for an entire book on LGBTQ takes on the series. I fear my concerns were well founded; sure, the narrative of coming-out as non-straight is linked with their love of Who for an awful lot of people, and it's an important and emotionally freighted story for all concerned - and a lot of these stories are moving, empowering, cheering and sometimes appalling. But this seemed to me more a source of primary material for further research than a great set of pieces in itself, even though some of the authors are pretty significant people in the Whoniverse (Paul Magrs, David Llewellyn, Nigel Fairs, Gary Russell) or more widely in the genre (Amal El-Mohtar, Rachel Swirsky). John and Carole Barrowman contribute a foreword.

There is some very interesting stuff too - obviously it's rather difficult to miss the lesbian subtext in The Stones of Blood, but Julia Rios goes into it in convincing depth. (The only point she misses is that Christopher Isherwood dedicated Goodbye to Berlin to Beatrix Lehmann and her brother.) Naamen Gobert Tilahun provides the best analysis I have read of the role of Mickey in new Who (and there are several other chapters concentrating on particular characters). None of the pieces is actually bad, and that's a decent strike rate in itself. Still, I am not sure that this will go to the top of my Best Related Work ballot. ( )
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In Queers Dig Time Lords , editors Sigrid Ellis ( Chicks Dig Comics ) and Michael Damian Thomas (Apex Magazine) bring together essays by award-winning writers to celebrate the phenomenon that is Doctor Who , in the tradition of the Hugo Award-winning Chicks Dig Time Lords. Tanya Huff ( Blood Ties ) wears her bi-focals as she analyzes the Doctor's fluid sexuality, former Doctor Who script editor Gary Russell explores the show's effect on his teenage years, Paul Magrs ( Doctor Who: Hornets' Nest ) defends and celebrates the camp qualities of the series, and Melissa Scott ( Trouble and Her Friends ) describes Doctor Who 's impact on her greatest love and loss. Other contributors include David Llewellyn ( Doctor Who: Night of the Humans ), Rachel Swirsky ( Through the Drowsy Dark ), Hal Duncan ( Ink: The Book of All Hours ), Nigel Fairs (Big Finish Productions), Amal El-Mohtar ( The Honey Month ), Brit Mandelo ( Beyond Binary ), Mary Anne Mohanraj (Bodies in Motion), and Jed Hartman (Strange Horizons). This book features an introduction by John Barrowman (star of Doctor Who and Torchwood ) and Carole E Barrowman ( Hollow Earth , Torchwood: Exodus Code ). The cover art is by Colleen Coover ( Small Favors ).… (more)

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