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Iris Wildthyme Books

Iris Wildthyme related novels and short story collections



1: Iris Wildthyme and the Celestial Omnibus

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Iris Wildthyme short story collection

Introduction by Katy Manning
A Gamble with Wildthyme by Steve Lyons
Sovereign by Mags L Halliday
The Unhappy Medium by Mark Wright and Cavan Scott
Future Legend by Stuart Douglas
Battleship Anathema by Philip Purser-Hallard
The Dreadful Flap by Paul Magrs
Not a Drop by Steven Wickham
Iris Wildthyme y Señor Cientocinco contra Los Monstruos del Fiesta by Cody Quijano-Schell
Why? Because We Like You by Jonathan Dennis
The Scarlet Shadow by Stewart Sheargold
Only Living Girls by Steven Cole


What is there left to say about Iris Wildthyme — transtemporal  adventuress extraordinaire, metafictional explorer of texts and subtexts, double-decker-dwelling interstellar bag-lady, amnesia-prone political and sexual revolutionary, writer of wrongs, wronger of rights (especially copyrights), all-round champion of freedom, occasional nightclub singer and frequent bar-room floozy?

Well, there’s always something…


2: Iris Wildthmye- The Panda Book of Horror

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Iris Wildthyme and the Unholy Ghost by Ian Potter
Framed by Mark Michalowski
Just the Ticket by Phil Craggs
The Party in Room Four by Simon Guerrier
Party Kill Accelerator! by Blair Bidmead
Apocalypse Slough by Mark Morris
The Delightful Bag by Paul Magrs
Iris Wildthyme’s Rainy Day Adventure by Nicholas Nada
The Colour Scheme by Eddie Robson
Shadow of the Times Before by Matt Kimpton
The Fag Hag from Hell by Dale Smith
The Niceness by Jac Rayner and Orna Petit
Channel 666 by Mark Clapham


Witness a slender neck being circled by rough hands…sharp metal violently stabbing and twisting… the emerging viscous dark red liquid being guzzled greedily, lingering on lips and teeth, followed by the laughter of madness. And that’s just Iris and Panda at a wine tasting!

“Pass me the bottle, woman! We might as well KILL it…”

THE PANDA BOOK OF HORROR will make your fur stand on end.  Your blood AND your G&T will run ice cold.


3: Iris Wildthyme - Ms Wildthyme and Friends Investigate

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The Found World – Jim Smith

The Irredeemable Love – Nick Wallace

Elementary, My Dear Sheila – Cody Quijano-Schell

The Shape of Things – Stuart Douglas


When Edward Malone discovers a peculiar yellow bottle on the banks of an ancient South American river, it takes the combined efforts of Professor Challenger, the Manleigh Halt Irregulars and Señor 105 to keep the contents safely under wraps. And that’s before Miss Iris Wildthyme sticks her nose in…

Time for Miss Wildthyme and friends to investigate!


4: Iris Wildthyme - Iris Abroad

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Annabel Regina by George Mann

Chicken Fried Banana Republic by Jonathan Dennis

The Midnight Washerwomen by Scott Handcock

The Little Bighorn Casino by Kelly Hale

How to Play Four-dimensional Chinese Checkers, and Win by Lawrence Conquest

Panda on Ice by Richard Salter

Couch Potatoes by Scott Liddell

Riviera Shakedown by Simon Bucher-Jones

Iris Wildthyme and the Colonic in Space by Cavan Scott and Mark Wright

First Meetings by Stuart Douglas

he Best Holiday Ever by Ian Gregory

The Story Eater by Richard Wright

Hospitality by Paul Magrs



From the Nile in the thirties to Texas in the seventies, from spirit visions at the Little Big Horn (Casino, Bar and Grill) to a potentially painful colonic in space, Iris and Panda are fresh back from their holidays, knackered, skint and burned the colour of a Bloody Mary. Thank God they can sit back now, tip the sand out of their Crocs, sort through their photos and decide which versions of their holiday stories they like best…



5: Iris Wildthyme - Wildthyme in Purple

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The Big Crunch by Jim Mortimore

Frank Reade Jr’s Electric Time Canoe by Steve Mollmann

Dance of the Voodoo Valkyries by David McIntee

Iris in Dead Man's Gulch by Paul Ebbs

Her and Allan by Simon Bucher-Jones

Running With Caesars by Geoffrey Hammell

Amser Gwyllt by Steffan Alun

The Bronze Door by Dale Smith

Flash Rogers Conquers the Universe! by Richard Salter

The Web of Terror by Iain McLaughlin

The Many Lives of Zorro by Richard Wright

Fantomville by Nick Campbell

The Devil Wears Panda by Cody Quijano-Schell



pur·ple (pûrpl) n.


1. Any of a group of colours with a hue between that of violet and red.

2. Cloth of a colour between violet and red, formerly worn as a symbol of royalty or high office.

3. Imperial power; high rank: e.g born to the purple.

4. In the Roman Catholic Church, the rank or office of a cardinal or a bishop


And now 5. Those literary worlds visited by Iris Wildthyme where the prose is as sensual, convoluted and self-aggrandising as Iris herself…



Iris Wildthyme: A Clockwork Iris

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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…


Aaron Starum – The Woman who Sold the Moon

Christopher Bryant – Being

Ian Charles Douglas – Rattus Erectus

Jenna Burtenshaw – Tik Tak, Snik Snak

Jon DeCles – Parsley, Sage,Rosemary and Wildthyme

John Alice – Iris and the Airship

Mark Latham – Petit Fours, Petite Morte

Matt Bright – Iris and the Dame

Paul Driscoll – The Story Sorters

Simon Brett – Timepeace

Liesel Schwartz – Another Clockwork Iris


Iris Wildthyme - Iris 15

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The Ninnies on Putney Common – Paul Magrs

Gimme Shelter – Eddie Robson

Time to Exist – Andy Smillie

Party Fears Two- Stuart Douglas

God Engine Rhapsody – Julio Angel Ortiz

Project: Wildthyme- Cav Scott and Mark Wright

Our Tune – Ross Douglas

The Wildthyme Effect – Nick Campbell

Ouroboros – Neil Chester

In Passing – Nick Wallace

Iris at the V&A – George Mann

The Golden Hendecahedron – Cody Quijano-Schell

Samsara – James Manley-Buser

Iris and the Caliphate – Eric Brown

Mix Her Own Adventure – Patrick Magee

Scream in Blue – Dave Hoskin

Dog Days of Summer – Roy Gill



A fifteenth anniversary collection of Iris Wildthyme stories, featuring all sorts of Irises in all sorts of adventures – and don’t forget Panda!



Iris Wildthyme - Lady Stardust

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Up the Hill Backwards by Nick Campbell 

Low/Profile by George Mann

Hang onto Yourself by Paul Magrs

Slip Away by Scott Liddell

Cracked Actor by Stewart Sheargold 

Modern Love by Alan Taylor



Femme fatales emerged from shadows/

To watch this creature fair


Iris Wildthyme and David Bowie – it’s the ideal match, a dream come true! Seriously – what could possibly go wrong?



Iris Wildthyme of Mars

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The Red Planet.


Everyone agrees about the colour, at least. The rest is up for grabs.


Is Mars a dead and sterile desert, or teeming with life?


Are Martians red, green or blue? Nubile and lithe, or monstrously tentacular?


Are they long gone, or waiting still? How do they feel about visitors?


Will we become the Martians? What kind of a world might we build on Mars? What myths, new or old, might we create there?


Oh – and how many different colours can you put in front of “Mars” to make a clever title?


These Marses are of course incompatible, contradictory, and in many cases quite impossible. And Iris Wildthyme has visited them all.




Iris Wildthyme: Wild Thymes on the 22

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Iris has always been a bit of a name-dropper. She was there when it all began, when it peaked, when it started going pear-shaped. Iris was there: tinkering with the spaceship design on the Star Wars set, upsetting Warhol’s films in the Factory, sexing it up with Chaucer, conjuring ghosts with Kate Bush, cross-dressing and undressing with Fanny and Stella, and arguing for her very existence with a nefarious biographer known as Magrs…


Pop star, fashion diva, writer, artiste, botherer, ratbag and liar. She’s done it all. Or undone it all.


Now, in this exclusive tell-all collection, taken from her journals, we hear Iris in her own words and get the inside gossip on her wild times…


Raiding Iris’ diaries this time around are…


The Heart Pendulums – Steve Cole

Rain and Regency – Neil Chester

Iris Wildthyme & the Bush Offensive – Stewart Sheargold

Drowned in Moonlight – Kenneth James McGowan

The Most Faithful Panda in the World – Richard Wright

Hillbilly Heavens – Brad Wolfe

The Haberdasher’s Tale – Brendan Jones

The Exploding Somewhat Inevitable – Philip Marsh

The Brightest Stars in the Demimonde – Matthew Bright

Starstation to Starstation – Jon Wesley Huff

The Magrs Conundrum! – Vivienne Fox

Untitled No. 22 – Cody Schell


The Perennial Miss Wildthyme

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Samhain is one of those little snow-covered villages that look as if they haven’t changed in the last thousand years. But Iris Wildthyme has been back to the village time and time again, and every visit brings its own unique adventures. Because there is a fancy dress shop in the heart of the village, with changing rooms that are doorways to anywhere in time and space. And one of these days, Iris is determined that she will get to the bottom of just what exactly is going on.


Or perhaps, on one of those days, she already has…



Death of the Author, by Jay Eales


Right vs Left vs Wrong, by Paul Vayro


Wildthyme and The Wolf, by Graham Tedesco-Blair


Dolores Smith and the Birthday Bear, by Kara Dennison


The Girl Who Went Up In Smoke, by Greg Maughan


Onesies, by Steve Palace


The Opera of Samhain, by Donald McCarthy


A Grove Invisible, by Juliet Kemp


Michael Drake, by Dale Smith


The Midnight Empire, by Julio Angel Ortiz


Doppler Shift, by Ian Potter


Closure, by Paul Castle