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Would you like to write for it (either the tv series or the novels)?
"I've learnt enough about myself as a writer to realise I'm a world-builder rather than a natural with dialogue, which makes prose a better fit. So if I knew where I could carve the time, I'd like to write for the current books range. Or Sherlock tie-ins: I've written Conan Doyle Holmes, and I'd love a crack at a modern one.
There's still not enough women writing Who. Twenty years after Kate Orman became the first female Who novelist, we shouldn't still be going "ooh, a woman writing Who!" as The Guardian did a few weeks ago. Women, and girls, are a huge part of Who and we're not just consumers of the eye-candy. Women produce, they write, they analyse. I'd like that to become a matter of fact, not a continual surprise."