New book to scrutinise Terry Nation's 1960s and 1970s TV career
New study of Terry Nation's work
A NEW WORK by author Alwyn W Turner provides a fresh perspective on the televisual works of Survivors' creator Terry Nation in the 1960s, 1970s and beyond. Published in the spring of 2011, The Man Who Invented the Daleks: The Strange Worlds of Terry Nation, is the first book-length study of the writing career of Nation since Jonathan Bignell and Andrew O'Day's Terry Nation (Manchester: Manchester University Press) published in 2004.
Publishers Aurum Press announced the publication of Turner's new study, in the summer of 2010, as follows:
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