Deepspacespines.com has added a new review for T. L. Mancour‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 20 Spartacus”: This week, the Enterprise finds an old ship from the planet Vemla that hasn’t had the last few Windows Updates. But during the grand tour, a stray injury leads to the revelation that they’re all androids on the […]
My review of the TOS novel The Captain’s Oath by Christopher L. Bennett! Plus: Star Trek book news!
Aaron Rosenberg, Russ Colchamiro, me, and Glenn Hauman at the C8 table. Shore Leave 41 was a great experience but I was left with regrets which is not how things usually shake out. You’ll want to click through for the full story, but let your worries be soothed, the show itself sounds like it went […]
Well, I’m home at last, recovering from my drive home yesterday. Shore Leave this year was a mixed bag for me; the con was mostly fine, but due to various circumstances, mostly my own situation, I wasn’t able to enjoy it as fully as usual.
The “Star Trek” icon wants to ensure America doesn’t forget its shameful legacy of internment: “I have to tell this story before there’s no one left to tell it.”
Out today is another Memorial Books book, titled “They Called Us Enemy”, by George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott . Here’s the book’s synopsis: A stunning graphic memoir recounting actor/author/activist George Takei’s childhood imprisoned within American concentration camps during World War II. Experience the forces that shaped an American icon — and America itself — in this gripping […]
Another Shore Leave is in the books, and man am I tired, but also very very happy. I first went to Shore Leave in 1992 with the gang from The Chronic Rift. We interviewed a ton of people for the public access show (and also for my spinoff, Click on through for much more!
Out today is another Essay On Star Trek book, titled “Justice and Popular Culture: Star Trek as Philosophical Text”, by George A. Gonzalez . Here’s the book’s synopsis: This book examines how the Star Trek franchise does more than reflect and depict the political currents of the times. Gonzalez argues that Star Trek […]
Check out my latest video right here; www.tubebuddy.com/quicknav/latest/UChO4Lo9Wx3QTJ8yoRpkBe2A Weird 1970’s Fotonovels – Before There Was Video… …
As we reported yesterday on Twitter, author Dave Galanter has written a new Star Trek: Discovery novel which is due out on December 17th of this year. The book, which… Read more »
Treklit.com has added a new review for J.M. Dillard‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Resistance”: The Borg. To the Federation, they are a menace and an existential threat. To Captain Jean-Luc Picard, it is much more personal. His experience as Locutus created wounds in his psyche that are not easily healed. The scars left behind […]
Motionpicturescomics.com has added a new review for Greg Cox‘s “Star Trek: The Original Series: No Time Like the Past”: I am having fun catching up on a number of Star Trek novels from recent years that I have missed. Most of these books that I had skipped reading are stand-alone tales from the Original Series […]
Deepspacespines.com has added a new review for Denny Martin Flinn and J.M. Dillard and Leonard Nimoy and Nicholas Meyer‘s “Star Trek: VI The Undiscovered Country”: This week, peace sells, but who’s buying? The Klingons, that’s who. Perpetual war, it turns out, is not economically sustainable, and they’re on the prowl for a better business model. […]
You need something to get you through the cold, dark days until you can finally Trek Into Darkness, but Star Trek novels are so much more than something to tide you over until the movie comes out. … From 2012, but still a great article about what you can read instead of watch.
Legend says that Pocket Books recalled this Star Trek novel for having too much queer subtext…but is it true? Click here to find out!
Treklit.com has added a new review for Dayton Ward‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light”: A strong continuation of the on-going story post-Nemesis, drawing a lot from the previous novels going all the way back to the A Time To series. Very excited to see this story continue, and the personal stakes for Picard […]
A look at the interwoven world of Star Trek novels currently being produced.
The author can now add TV to his resume.
It’s happened to most of us at one time or another: You and your friends are sitting around, watching Star Trek and maybe discussing this or that character, or perhaps you’re comparing the story to other episodes, or how you wish this or that plot thread could be revisited, and then you or someone else […]
We last checked in with Star Trek: Voyager scribe Kirsten Beyer back in August, where we covered her entire Voyager journey up to that point — now our she’s back, speaking to us about her new novel, “Protectors.” TrekCore: First of all, congratulations on making the New York Times Bestseller List! Excellent news, and very well-deserved! Kirsten Beyer: Thank you, […]