Tardis Time Lore

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Contributing writers included Lorraine Anderson, Nancy Louise Freeman, Karen Funk Blocher, and Lorraine Larson, among others.
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Nancy Louise Freeman's story "Strata (Variations)" from issue #9 was later reprinted in ''Myth Makers Retrospective'' in 2009.
Included were interviews with  John Levene and Jon Pertwee (issue 2); Sylvester McCoy (issue 5); Deborah Watling (issue 6); Sophie Aldred (issue 9); Nicholas Courtney,  John Levene, and (by Mail) Colin Baker (issue 10);  and Peter Davidson (issue 12).
Included were interviews with  John Levene and Jon Pertwee (issue 2); Sylvester McCoy (issue 5); Deborah Watling (issue 6); Sophie Aldred (issue 9); Nicholas Courtney,  John Levene, and (by Mail) Colin Baker (issue 10);  and Peter Davidson (issue 12).

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Tardis Time Lore is a media science fiction fanzine devoted to the television series Doctor Who.

Published by Untied Whovians of Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A., Tardis Time Lore first appeared in 1990, and ceased in 1997, after releasing 15 issues. It included articles, essays, interviews, filk songs, poetry, fan fiction, book reviews, puzzles, and art work.

From 1990 till 1993, it was edited by Karen Funk Blocher.

Contributing artists included Sherlock, who did cover art work for most of the issues. Others artists included Ruben Calvillo.

Contributing writers included Lorraine Anderson, Nancy Louise Freeman, Karen Funk Blocher, and Lorraine Larson, among others.

Nancy Louise Freeman's story "Strata (Variations)" from issue #9 was later reprinted in Myth Makers Retrospective in 2009.

Included were interviews with John Levene and Jon Pertwee (issue 2); Sylvester McCoy (issue 5); Deborah Watling (issue 6); Sophie Aldred (issue 9); Nicholas Courtney, John Levene, and (by Mail) Colin Baker (issue 10); and Peter Davidson (issue 12).

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