The K Mag Interview – on Twitter!

Join Kasterborous editor, Christian Cawley, and me for an evening of laughs, excitement, action, adrenaline and…

Okay, so it’s just an interview on Saturday night; however, it’ll be conducted on Twitter (because we’re all modern like that) and will enlighten everyone – contributors included – on the new Kasterborous Magazine, out now at all good websites called Kasterborous.

Kasterborous Magazine #1 FINAL

Kasterborous Magazine #1

During the interview, Christian and I will be discussing the magazine’s inception, design, what’s coming up next, and more. But as the magazine focuses on fandom, you are, of course, a key part. You can join us on Twitter, using the hashtag #kmagchat, or if you don’t have Twitter, via a live feed on Kasterborous.

You can even leave your questions for me to delve through on Twitter (@prbates36) or below in the comments, and I’ll ask Christian the very best. I’m sure many of your questions will be better than mine, so please help out!

If you do leave a comment, also mention your own Twitter feed so I can give you a shout-out.

The publication was launched yesterday, priced £2.99 for an electronic copy, and features two – count ‘em, two! – interviews with leading man, Matt Smith; a trip to Portmeirion, filming location for The Masque of Mandragora; an interview with The Girl Who Waited writer, Tom Macrae; how to build a Dalek – and a shed-load more!


I’ll also be finding out Christian’s favourite stories, least favourite, briefly how The Daleks’ Master Plan online comic came about (the next instalment of which will be online on Saturday too!) and his opinions on the direction of the show in a ‘quickfire’ round of questions. And yes, all his answers will be taken down as evidence and may be used against him in the future.

You can buy the first ever issue of the Kasterborous Magazine here or in the Kasterborous Store.

The interview will take place this Saturday at about 7pm GMT, using the hashtag #kmagchat. Let questions commence…!


When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates (Kasterborous' former Editor) pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything. He is the co-founder of The Doctor Who Companion:

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