More Short Trips is a short story anthology featuring the first eight Doctors.
Back Cover Blurb
Here on Earth or out in the depths of the cosmos, the Doctor and his companions are never far from adventure. More Short Trips — the cleverly-titled follow-up to the popular Short Trips volume of short stories — takes the time travellers on another careering course of exciting escapades throughout time and space.
Showcasing the talents of both established authors and first-time writers, More Short Trips features every TV Doctor and a whole host of companions — plus a few surprises...
Discover things on Earth you were never meant to know. Get around the universe. Get short tripping.
Edited by Stephen Cole, this collection features stories by Peter Anghelides, Ian Atkins, Christopher Bulis, Paul Farnsworth, Simon Forward, Paul Leonard, Jason Loborik, Steve Lyons, Paul Magrs, David A. McIntee, Andrew Miller, Robert Perry & Mike Tucker, Gareth Roberts, Gary Russell, Tara Samms and Dave Stone.
Totem — Tara Samms
Scientific Adviser — Ian Atkins
Missing, Part One: Business as Usual — Gary Russell
Moon Graffiti — Dave Stone
One Bad Apple — Simon A Forward
64 Carlysle Street — Gary Russell
The Eternity Contract — Steve Lyons
The Sow in Rut — Robert Perry & Mike Tucker
Special Weapons — Paul Leonard
Honest Living — Jason Loborik
Dead Time — Andrew Miller
Romans Cutaway — Davis A McIntee
Return of the Spiders — Gareth Roberts
Hot Ice — Christopher Bulis
uPVC — Paul Farnsworth
Good Companions — Peter Anghelides
Missing, Part Two: Message in a Bottle — Robert Perry & Mike Tucker
Femme Fatale — Paul Magrs
- The second of the three volumes of Doctor Who short stories to be published by BBC Books. New authors this time included Ian Atkins, Simon A Forward, Jason Loborik, Andrew Miller and Paul Farnsworth. As with the previous volume, More Short Trips included a story by Tara Samms, a pseudonym for editor Stephen Cole.
- Audio readings of both Dead Time and Moon Graffiti were released by BBC Worldwide, although in an unusual move they were both released prior to the publication of More Short Trips. See Short Trips above for full details of the audiobooks concerned.