issue eighteen now complete and online

Issue EIGHTEEN is now complete and online featuring:

by Nathan Mullins
PART TWO: The Cybermen have control of the TARDIS, but will the Doctor help his friends stop the threat from a Cyberman invasion?

by Michael Baxter
Dr Who arrives in 1559 Derbyshire to possibly witness the last burning, of the last victim, Alice Marsh at the hands of the Bishop Snaith. Can the Doctor persuade the Bishop to spare her life?

by Julie Kay
PART TWO: Vastra tells of her meeting with the stranger known as The Doctor and her journey through time and space to the Ryūkyū Kingdom at a disconcerting time in the Kingdom's history...

by J. Arthur Rodgers
"A spaceman came travelling on his ship from afar,
'Twas light years of time since his mission did start,
And over a village he halted his craft,
And it hung in the sky like a star, just like a star"

by Sean Bassett
ACT II: The Musical Extravaganza continues in ACT II as The Doctor's lives are told through song and verse...

by Thomas Ahearn
Upon visiting his friends at 13 Paternoster Row, the Doctor is invited along to investigate the strange occupants of 22 Charing Cross Road...

by Samuel Marks
PART FOUR: The Doctor and Romana must stop the Zeronaughts and put Time back on track but at what cost?

with artwork by Colin John

all written work and artwork is copyright to their respective authors and artists and copyright Inferno Productions 2014

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I have always loved the fiction fanzine since i can remember and have quite a collection of 'zines from over the years. I was always keen on producing my own fanzine back in the 80's and after a shakey start settled on the format that you can see here on this blog - A5 and illustrated throughout its pages, 'Inferno Fiction' only lasted four issues - it was mainly finding the time to produce it and then, with the world wide web in full swing, people were looking there for their entertainment.

Over the years, many have contributed some excellant Doctor Who fiction and I have never tired from reading it, so I thought it was about time that I'd get myself used to this world wide web and get 'Inferno Fiction' out there to the masses for others to enjoy!

I had initially intended to have the site up and running in 2006 but again, like the printed form, it was finding the time to get everything on line. 2007 came, I married my partner during the summer months and then as I was nearing completion of the site, I lost everything! All the hours that I had managed to put into producing the site were lost as my pc decided that enough was enough and closed down on me for good. I had'nt even backed up all my files, so it was back to the drawing board to start the whole proceedure again.

Now, I am pleased to say that the site is finally up and running and already enjoying a regular number of visitors. All of the original issues, with their content have now been completed with issues five and six which never saw print.

the adventures continue@