Collected Works (Bernice Summerfield anthology)
|Doctor Who book|
|Publisher||Big Finish Productions|
|Release date||September 2006|
Collected Works is a Big Finish original anthology edited by Nick Wallace, featuring Bernice Summerfield, a character from the spin-off media based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.
Although an anthology of short stories, the individual stories are somewhat linked, creating an overarching narrative for the book. Collected Works takes place concurrently with Season 7 of the Bernice Summerfield audio plays range, and contains references to several of the plays.
|Work in Progress||Nick Wallace|
|The Tears of Laughter||David N. Smith|
|Perspectives: Tribal Reservations||Philip Purser-Hallard|
|Outside the Wall||Sin Deniz|
|The Inconstant Gallery||James Swallow|
|Perspectives: Quire as Folk||Philip Purser-Hallard|
|Cabinets of Curiosities||Mags L. Halliday|
|Grey's Anatomy||Simon A. Forward|
|The Tree that Was||Steven Kitson|
|Perspectives: Forging a Bond||Philip Purser-Hallard|
|The Two-Level Effect||Eddie Robson|
|Let There Be Stars||Mark Michalowski|
|Perspectives: Intermissions||Philip Purser-Hallard|
|False Security||Nick Walters|
|The Painting on the Stair||Simon Bucher-Jones|
|The Cost for a Collection||Ian Mond|
|Perspectives: The Injured Party||Philip Purser-Hallard|
|Mother's Ruin||Dale Smith|
|Future Relations||Philip Purser-Hallard & Nick Wallace|
- The alien scholars "The Quire" were created by contributing author Philip Purser-Hallard, working closely with editor Nick Wallace. Each member of the Quire was named after an archaic bookbinding term.
- Cabinets of Curiosities by Mags Halliday features Freidrich I's Amber Room, which vanished under mysterious circumstances.
Following on from the events of The Crystal of Cantus, Collected Works details a year in the life of the Braxiatel Collection following its founder's disappearance. The staff of the Collection have to cope with their new place in the universe, and a visit from a team of post-human scholars from the future, called the Quire. As the year progresses, it becomes clear that even though he has left them, Braxiatel's influence can still be felt on the Collection.
- Big Finish Productions - Collected Works
- Philip Purser Hallard's original background document for the Quire
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