1. Iris Wildthyme and the Celestial Omnibus


Introduction by Katy Manning
A Gamble with Wildthyme by Steve Lyons
Sovereign by Mags L Halliday
The Unhappy Medium by Mark Wright and Cavan Scott
Future Legend by Stuart Douglas
Battleship Anathema by Philip Purser-Hallard
The Dreadful Flap by Paul Magrs
Not a Drop by Steven Wickham
Iris Wildthyme y Señor Cientocinco contra Los Monstruos del Fiesta by Cody Quijano-Schell
Why? Because We Like You by Jonathan Dennis
The Scarlet Shadow by Stewart Sheargold
Only Living Girls by Steven Cole

  • Pages: 192
  • Cover Art: June Hudson
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What is there left to say about Iris Wildthyme — transtemporal  adventuress extraordinaire, metafictional explorer of texts and subtexts, double-decker-dwelling interstellar bag-lady, amnesia-prone political and sexual revolutionary, writer of wrongs, wronger of rights (especially copyrights), all-round champion of freedom, occasional nightclub singer and frequent bar-room floozy?

Well, there’s always something…

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  1. Daniel Tessier

    “The proliferation of references to the ‘Magrs-verse’ give the whole book the feeling of a celebration, and a damned enjoyable one at that” – Daniel Tessier


    Full review at: http://www.doctorwhoreviews.co.uk/Iris%20Wildthyme%20-%20Celestial%20Omnibus.htm

  2. Abigail Twitch

    The ‘Celestial Omnibus’ shows Iris at her typical best, with brilliant episodes of a charming, maddening and entirely contradictory life. – Shiny Shelf

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