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Singe by angstslashhope
Hello! I've definitely fallen in love with the Classic Doctors and I'm glad to find a comm that concentrates on them. Here's a couple of short fics I wrote when I first tumbled into the Who fandom. Enjoy!



Title: Variations on a Theme
Starring: Jo Grant and Doctors 3, 4 and 6
Rating: All Ages
Genre: Het, hurt/comfort, humor
Plot: What is a naturally chilly space alien to do when a blast from his past comes down with heat exhaustion? Jo and the Sixth Doctor find out. (Not like that. Well, maybe a teeny bit like that. Note the rating.)
Author's Notes: Many thanks go out to rude_not_ginger, philosophercat and merlinsseer for their beta skills. Also, I wrote this before learning that Jo becomes aware of the concept of multiple Doctors in 'The Three Doctors.' Oooops. Well, this is how she finds out in the Singe-verse!



Title: Long Leggity Beasty
Starring: Sarah Jane and the 4th Doctor
Rating: Teen
Genre: Het, humor, horror
Plot: A Halloween story! This is set the October after the Doctor abruptly leaves Sarah Jane behind in Aberdeen. His return leaves her feeling somewhat drained. (Yes, vampire AU. After 'Vampires of Venice' I thought it'd be timely.)
Author's Notes: The 'Spooky' poem is by Bobbi Katz. 'Antigonish' (aka The Man Who Wasn't There) is by Hughes Mearns. The movie Sarah Jane quotes is 1951's 'The Thing.' The other verses are by unknown authors.
4th-May-2010 06:21 pm - TimeGate Updates!
Valentines on a tree by casey28
TimeGate is the annual Doctor Who (and Stargate and more!) convention in Atlanta, GA, USA. This year it's happening over the Memorial Day weekend again, May 28th through May 30th. Among the Doctor Who guests are Paul Kasey, who has portrayed many monsters on Doctor Who, Torchwood, and The Sarah Jane Adventures, including Ood Sigma; and Dominic Glynn, who composed music for Doctor Who during the Sixth and Seventh Doctors' eras. Also appearing is Louis Robinson, who worked on many BBC TV programs, including Doctor Who in the Third Doctor's era.

For more information: http://www.timegatecon.org

New Updates:

April 30th WAS the Deadline for Pre-Registration and Staff Registrations for Timegate. However, the deadline has now been extended until Midnight, Friday May 7th!

Now is the time to get that registration in if you have not already and wish to have the full sized Pre-Reg Badge. Registration is $35 and at the door will be $45. The Staff Rate is $15 if you are serving on staff.

Memberships are available at http://www.timegatecon.org/memb.htm via PayPal or printed form.

If you have any questions regarding registration, please email Mike Henigan, Director of Registration, at registration@timegatecon.org .

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Also, TimeGate is putting on a Doctor Who Trivia Night on May 6th in Decatur (right next-door to Atlanta).

So come to The Marlay pub in Decatur and enjoy an evening of Doctor Who trivia! The questions will be focused on Doctor Who, and some of them will be about references to Doctor Who in other shows. There will be prizes for the top three teams/individuals. Also, special drinks are planned for the evening, like the TARDIStini. The event is from 7-9 pm on Thursday, May 6, 2010. The Marlay is located at 426 W Ponce De Leon Avenue, Decatur, GA, 30330.

You can RSVP on the Facebook site or email Kris, Director of PR, at krish@timegatecon.org .
http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/event.php?eid=115833838440929&index=1
2nd-Apr-2010 08:30 pm - Rare Doctor Who Photos Found
Doctor Mew Two by gritsinmisery
In the midst of the run-up to the showing tomorrow of The Eleventh Hour, here's some old-school news:


http://gallifreynewsbase.blogspot.com/2010/04/rare-doctor-who-photos-found.html

Over a dozen never before published colour photos from the filming of the 1967 Doctor Who story The Abominable Snowmen have been discovered, and will be featured in the forthcoming limited edition version of Deborah Watling's autobiography 'Daddy's Girl' from Fantom Publishing.....

Fantom are the same folks who put out Mary Tamm's autobio.
21st-Jan-2010 04:12 pm - TimeGate 2010 update
Valentines on a tree by casey28
TimeGate is the Atlanta, GA, USA Doctor Who, Stargate, and more convention, that takes place every year over the Memorial Day holiday weekend. This year that's May 28-30, 2010 at the Holiday Inn Select Atlanta Perimeter, close to the MARTA station at Perimeter Mall. For those flying in, there's a direct MARTA train to this stop. For those driving, the hotel is directly off I-285 (the north side).

Two of the Doctor Who guests are Andrew Cartmel and Dominic Glynn.

More info under the cut!

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21st-Nov-2009 09:42 am - Perfect Storm (5th Doctor era, Gen)
marvel: miles morales closeup - blue
Title: Perfect Storm
Author: mahmfic
Pairing(s): None
Rating: G
Word Count: 223
Warnings: None
Disclaimer: I do not own Doctor Who.
Summary: It didn't seem like it could get any weirder.
19th-Nov-2009 11:30 pm - Mood Theme Help?
marvel: miles morales closeup - blue
Hello fellow Who fans!

I'm currently looking for a Who mood theme for my journal. Have a lot of idea in mind of what kind of mood theme I am looking for, so I'll just list them.

♥ Tenth Doctor
♥ Tenth Doctor/Rose
♥ Sarah Jane
♥ Fourth Doctor
♥ Fifth Doctor

If you know where I can locate a mood theme for any of the above, please give me the link so I can check it out!

I also apologize that I am going to bombard your f-lists with this post. I just want to get a many answers as I can.

And Mods, if this is not appropriate, just delete it.

Thanks guys!

-Megan

P.S. I prefer an animated theme, but stills are cool too.

(posted @ 10thdoctor, classicwho,classic_who, davison_era,doctorwho, new_who,time_and_chips, ten_support, and others later (maybe).
7th-Oct-2009 09:25 pm - 11 PERTWEE ERA // 1 DAVID TENNANT
+ 11 Classic Doctor Who (Third Doctor & The Brig)
+ 1 David Tennant

= No hotlinking
= Textless icons are not bases
= Credit if taking
= Comments appreciated!



More HERE @ nidoqueens
4-sonic screwdriver & scarf by everloyal
We would like to thank everyone who attended the Brittrack costume panel at Dragoncon this year. :) The Valdosta room was full, even though Terry Gilliam was scheduled opposite us. And thanks to everyone who came in costume, although we couldn't get to everyone for Show'n'Tell. Myself, the panel moderator, and Andy, head of the Prydon Academy (the DW costume parade group) are talking about a double panel, where we will spend half the time on info and Q&A, and the other half on a Fashion Show (not a Costume Contest). You can write to the Brittrack staff supporting the idea at the site: http://www.brittrack.org .

Don't forget that you can join the Prydon Academy ( we're more than just a Dragoncon parade group, but also a growing costume resource that will soon be working hand-in-hand with
dw_cosplay ) at http://www.prydonacademy.com/forum/index.php .

For those of you who want to comment in a general fashion about Dragoncon, there is this post on dragoncon for reviews and complaints.

http://community.livejournal.com/dragoncon/2187113.html#comments

Please go there and make your voice heard!
Three smiling by bibliophile1887
The British SF Media track at Dragoncon (or Brittrack, as it's nicknamed) will be hosting a panel for any and all costumers of British SF & fantasy media, whether it's Doctor Who, UFO, Blake's Seven, Robin Hood, Torchwood, The Tomorrow People, The Sarah Jane Adventures, or what have you. :)

Please attend in costume or bring a costume for presentation or just attend to pick up tips and tricks. We'll be mostly discussing costuming, but we also have an expert on the panel who has knitted many Fourth Doctor scarves. If you have knitted and/or are knitting a Fourth Doctor scarf or a Boomtown!Rose scarf, bring it along. :)

If you can attend the panel, just let us know by replying here, esp. if you are wearing or presenting a costume, let us know about the costume as well. :)

At the moment, and hopefully this will not change, the costume panel will be at 4 PM, Saturday, Sept. 5th, 2009, in the usual Brittrack place, the Valdosta Room, at the Sheraton Hotel.

Dragoncon takes place Sept. 4th - 7th, 2009, in Atlanta, GA, USA.

http://www.dragoncon.org

The Brittrack has Eric Roberts (the Master in the Doctor Who TV-movie) and Gareth David-Lloyd (Ianto Jones in Torchwood) as guests, as well as Terry Gilliam and many other wonderful guests.

http://www.brittrack.org

See you at Dragoncon!
John Smith draws K-9 by _pseudofriends
This will hopefully be the last Sunday that we will be meeting, and we should be back to the third Saturday of the month starting in September. :)

We meet at the Doraville Civic Center, just north of Atlanta, GA, near the intersection of I-85 N and Buford Highway. Please see the website, http://www.atlantagallifreyans.org/ , for directions. The Doraville MARTA station is half-a-block away. And, as always, please bring food and drink to share. All Doctor Who and Torchwood fans are welcome!

Schedule is under the cut.

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