As swiftly and silently as a shadow, the Doctor's space-and-time ship, the TARDIS, appeared in a succession of planets each as different as the pebbles on the beach, stayed awhile and then vanished as mysteriously as it had come...
- David Whitaker (Doctor Who and the Crusaders)
"WHO ARE WE?"
Purloined from the exquisite biomechanical computer systems of the Catchvane, the Wordsmiths of Lingua have deciphered, transcribed and generally squabbled over the Doctor's vast gallimaufry of cosmic ventures. While many have been recorded by reliable sources, they are more curious of the accounts that have, as the Tellurians would say in their idiosyncratic tongue: "fallen through the cracks." The Wordsmiths' efforts to document these lost exploits are furnished in the tomes below, left by a divergent scion and reappropriated for the Earth's admittedly primitive global computer network...
- Chief Paravisualiser, Portwatcher Dept. (Something Blue: A Study in Wonder)
The Divergent Wordsmiths are a small community of Doctor Who fans-turned-creators interested in exploring the myriad tales and wonders of the TARDIS's journeys through Space and Time. Established in 2017, Divergent Wordsmiths have since published a multitude of fanmade Doctor Who media. Divergent and diverse. From short stories and essays to even full novels. From eager newcomers to avid professionals. All available to access for free from the images below...
"SHORT STORY AND ESSAY COLLECTIONS"
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