The table of contents…

The table of contents for the forthcoming Queers Dig Time Lords, to which I am a contributor.

  • Introduction, by John and Carole E. Barrowman
  • Editors� Foreword, by Sigrid Ellis and Michael Damian Thomas
  • The Monster Queer is Camp, by Paul Magrs
  • Time, Space, Love, by Emily Asher-Perrin
  • Seven Ways of Looking at Captain Jack,by Mary Anne Mohanraj and Jed Hartman
  • Born Again Whovian, by David Llewellyn
  • Queer Doctor vs. Straight Trek?, by Paul Cockburn
  • Sub Texts: The Doctor and the Master�s Firsts and Lasts, by Amal El-Mohtar
  • Nice TARDIS, by Jason Tucker
  • The Incredibly True Adventures of an Intellectual Fan Dyke, by Sarah J. Groenewegen
  • Bi, Bye, by Tanya Huff
  • In Praise of Mature Women, or Why Donna Noble and River Song Totally Need to Call Me, by Jennifer Pelland
  • We�re Here, We�re Queer, Rate Us on iTunes, by Erik Stadnik
  • Secrets and Lies, by Scot Clarke
  • Long Time Companions, by Melissa Scott
  • Jack Harkness�s Lessons on Memory and Hope for Cranky, Old Queers, by Racheline Maltese
  • My Straight Best Friend, by Nigel Fairs
  • A Kiss from Romana: Lesbian Subtext in The Stones of Blood, by Julia Rios
  • Bothersome Otherness, by Martin Warren
  • PVC Made Me a Gay, by Gary Russell
  • Torchwood, Camp, and Queer Subjectivity, by Brit Mandelo
  • The Doctor: A Strange Love, Or: How I Learned to Stop Hating and Love the Who, by Hal Duncan
  • A Man is the Sum of His Memories, by Neil Chester
  • Spoilers: A Letter to Myself, Age 16, by Kaia Landelius
  • The Heterosexual Agenda, by John Richards
  • Hey, Mickey, You�re So Fine, by Naamen Gobert Tihaun
  • Mutants, Monsters, Mutts, and Mentiads, by Cody Quijano-Schell
  • Same Old Me, Different Face: Transition, Regeneration, and Change, by Susan Jane Bigelow
  • The Girl Who Waited (for the Guidance Counselor to Get to His Point), by Rachel Swirsky

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