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Back catalogue: Stay With Me

In brief ★★★★

Stay With Me tells of the complexities and pressures of Yejide and Akin’s childless marriage, and the extremes they are pushed into to begin a family. 170 more words


‘Is this life?’: Aussie’s stunning career-high in huge upset

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Staff Writers

Back catalogue: Fever Dream

Gripping, tense and awful, Fever Dream immerses the reader into a nightmare scenario drenched in dread and fear. Narrated as a conversation between mother Amanda and another woman’s son, David, the pace accelerates as the strange and terrible circumstances of their speaking are revealed. 133 more words


Out of Print: An Update

As previously revealed stories that formed part of the following seasons have now gone out-of-print:

  • Season 28-39
  • 2011 Specials
  • Unreleased Stories
  • Guides
  • Interviews

Effective February 17 2018 any material previously contained in one of the above sections is no longer available to download. 9 more words


TDWP Stories Going Out-of-Print

Fans of The Doctor Who Project take note.  Beginning February 18 2018 a large portion of our back catalogue will being be going out-of-print, and will no longer be available for download.  160 more words


Back catalogue: Margaret the First

In brief ★★★★★

Delightfully clever and mercurial, Dutton imagines the life of Margaret Cavendish, the first woman in England to work as a novelist/philosopher. Full of Cavendish’s rich imagination and flitting attentions, the story charts moments extraordinary and mundane from her birth to her death. 9 more words


Back catalogue: The Museum of Words

In brief ★★★★★

The Museum of Words is a reflection on the importance of language for identity and a sense of self – Blain ruminates on what matters more, understanding others, or being understood. 50 more words

Women Writers