- Flasket Brinner and the Clockwork Heart, by Stuart Douglas
- Timepeace, by Simon Brett
- Being, by Christopher Bryant
- The Woman Who Sold the Moon, by Aaron Starum
- The Story Sorters, by Paul Driscoll
- Iris and the Dame, by Matthew Bright
- Petit Fours, Petite Mort, by Mark Latham
- Panda and the Airship, by John Alice
- Rattus Erectus, by Ian C Douglas
- Tik, Tak. Snick, Snack, by Jenna Burtenshaw
- Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Wildthyme!, by Jon DeCles
- Another Clockwork Iris, by Liesel Schwartz
The multiverse can be viewed – not terribly accurately, it’s true - as a mirror smashed into an infinite number of fragments.
No surprise then that, at one moment in time and in one such fragment, there resided that renowned transtemporal aviatrix, Ms Iris Wildthyme, along with her friend and drinking companion, Clockwork Panda. In a universe filled with brass and copper, where the skies are full of zeppelins, and where thick goggles are, for some reason, very much in fashion, they live their lives in a bright red airship, the number 22 to Putney Aerodrome.
These are their adventures…