David Bailey (writer)
David Bailey is a British editor and author whose published output to date comprises a combination of short stories, audio dramas and magazine articles.
Both before and since being professionally published, Bailey contributed to a number of Doctor Who fanzines in writing and editorial capacities, including Matrix, Silver Carrier and Cottage Under Siege.
His first professionally published writing was a number of articles for the magazine Cult Times, starting in 1996. Since that time he has contributed articles to a wide range of factual publications, including consumer guides and television listing magazines.
Published fiction (written)
In print, Bailey has contributed to several of Big Finish's Short Trips range of short story collections, and edited one of them. The full list of stories is as follows:
The Canvey Angels in Short Trips: Companions, 2003, edited by Jacqueline Rayner
Soul Mate in Short Trips: A Universe of Terrors, 2003, edited by John Binns
Syntax in Short Trips: Life Science, 2004, edited by John Binns
Telling Tales in Short Trips: Seven Deadly Sins, edited by Bailey
Published fiction (audio)
In audio, he has written four dramas for the company's Bernice Summerfield range, which continues the story of the character originally created as a companion for The Doctor in Virgin Publishing's New Adventures series. These are:
The Secret of Cassandra (2000)
The Skymines of Karthos (2001)
The Poison Seas (2003), and
The Heart's Desire (2005) (co-written with Neil Corry).
He occasionally writes for Doctor Who Magazine.
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