A Teaspoon And An Open Mind: A Doctor Who Fan Fiction Archive

Penname:Edward Morris (Edward Morris)
Member Since:2007.07.10
Edward Morris is a 2005 British Science Fiction Association Award nominee. His work has appeared in Interzone twice (www.ttapress.com/Journey.pdf), Ballista, Murky Depths, the late and lamented This Way Up and SciFantastic, and many other places. The first Edward Morris was played by Samuel L. Jackson in Season #1; this season finds Edward\'s role being played by Joanna Lumley!
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Who Wants To Live Forever? by Edward Morris [Reviews - 2]
The Doctor moves in all worlds, in all times, and through all ages. In an alternate England where a lot of current issues happened several decades sooner, a young reporter collars him and manages to nail him down about a few things before the world ends again. From the fevered Oregonian brain that brought England 'Imagine' and Interzone's first-ever web extra 'Journey to the Center of the Earth' comes 'Who Wants To Live Forever?' Watch closely. You'll be very surprised.
Other Era - All Ages - None - General
Characters: Other Character(s), The TARDIS, Unspecified Companion
Series: None
Published: 2007.07.10 - Updated: 2007.07.10 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 8321

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