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The Andersonic fanzine & website cover all the Anderson series with a bias towards Space:1999. They produce wonderful magazine with very insightful interviews, such as the one with Ray Austin in Issue 13 and short Q&As with Pat Silver and Keith Miles in Issues 13 and 14. Please check them out and show your support.

Gerry was diagnosed with mixed dementia and Jamie Anderson has set up the Gerry Anderson Tribute Fund in aid of Alzheimer's Society to honour his father's memory. To donate please visit www.JustGiving.com/RememberingGerryAnderson. All profits from Alpha:2014 will be donated to the Gerry Anderson Tribute Fund. Please visit www.alzheimers.org.uk if you would like information about dementia or to find out other ways you can support Alzheimer's Society.

Gemini Force One (or GF1 for short) is a series of books, the concept and story of which were originally written by Gerry Anderson MBE, who colleagues, fans and journalists have described as the UK’s answer to Walt Disney or George Lucas.

GF1 follows the story of a secret organisation involved in rescues and averting disasters and terrorist events – exciting stories for both the young and young at heart. The Gerry Anderson Estate’s long term aim for GF1 is to publish the book series, and then turn it into a film or television series, which was Gerry’s ultimate goal for GF1.

Gerry began writing GF1 in 2008, but was unable to complete the first book due to rapidly worsening Alzheimer’s Disease, which stopped him working in 2012, before his untimely death in December 2012.

Gerry’s younger son, Jamie, has enlisted best-selling author MG Harris to complete the first book in the way that his father would have wanted, and will be raising money to self-publish GF1 using the crowd funding platform Kickstarter. The funding campaign will launch on Thursday 5 September at www.gerryanderson.co.uk/GF1

The first GF1 book will be released to Kickstarter backers in April 2014, with a full launch in August 2014 - to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Anderson's iconic Thunderbirds TV series, which entered production in August 1964.