Joe Rixman was recently featured on Continuingmissionsta.com to discuss STAR TREK ADVENTURES: Once in a while I run a holodeck simulation and one of the characters takes on sentience. This happened with Joe Rixman, Star Trek Adventures RPG writer and man-who-looks-like-he-spotted-an-incoming-shuttlecraft. I was able to get this hologram-of-a-man to talk about his recent escapades to […]
Fred Love was recently featured on Continuingmissionsta.com to discuss Star Trek Adventures: With the fresh release of Strange New Worlds: Mission Compendium Volume 2 fresh on the minds of Star Trek Adventures fans, I figured it was time to interview the writer many RPG fans like, Fred Love. Fred had already made quite a name […]
Una McCormack was recently featured on Taylornetworkofpodcasts.com to discuss The Way To The Stars: Your host Darrell Taylor talks to Dr Una McCormack writer of various Star Trek novels, most recently the Star Trek Discovery novel ‘The way To The Stars’ Una also tells us about her love off various other sci fi shows and […]
Scott Pearson was recently featured on Enterprisingindividuals.com to discuss Star Trek: Voyager: Author Scott Pearson is back on the show to discuss an episode of Star Trek: Voyager that asks questions with no easy answers. When a crew member is mysteriously murdered, Tuvok is prepared to investigate and apprehend the killer. But when the killer […]
Keith R.A. DeCandido was recently featured on Decandido to discuss his work: We interview Keith DeCandido, Author of books like the Mermaid Precinct and stories in such IP’s as Supernatural and Star Trek Check out the Keith R.A. DeCandido author page to view other sightings and a full list of books! Via Buy on Amazon.com […]
Christopher L. Bennett was recently featured on Theastoundinganalogcompanion.com to discuss Conventional Powers: Christopher L. Bennett sold his first original story to Analog in 1998, and two decades later, we still get first-look at his tales before they’re expanded and published in future collections and anthologies. We’re lucky once again to offer you his latest, “Conventional […]
The year was 1967, or stardate 3196.1, when Alva Underwood first tuned into an episode of Star Trek.
Dayton Ward was recently featured on Taylornetworkofpodcasts.com to discuss Available Light: Dayton Ward returns to talk your hosts J K Woodward & Darrell Taylor about his recent Star Trek TNG novel Available Light. Check out the Dayton Ward author page to view other sightings and a full list of books! Buy on Amazon.com Find on […]
John Jackson Miller was recently featured on Blog.trekcore.com to discuss Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War: We had the opportunity to catch up with Miller to discuss the plot of the novel, the characters, making starship combat interesting, and aligning Star Trek novels with TV content — but be warned, THIS INTERVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS! Check […]
IAMTW President Jonathan Maberry chats withÂ D. J. Stevenson, Executive Vice President of the IAMTW, chair of the Scribe Awards, and administrator of Pennwriters’ annual writing contest.
John Jackson Miller was recently featured on Syfy.com to discuss Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War: SYFY WIRE caught up with Miller just before the publication of the book to discuss the challenges of writing in Trek canon, why this book is a great starting point even if you’re behind on Discovery, and why writing […]
Dayton Ward & David R. George III were recently featured on Treklit.com to discuss their experiences with writing Star Trek novels : In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Dan Gunther and Bruce Gibson are joined by veteran Star Trek authors Dayton Ward and David R. George III to discuss how to write Star Trek […]
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 […]
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, […]
This is part of a continuing series where we get to know the masterminds behind the RPG that goes where no RPG has ever gone before : Star Trek Adventures.
David Mack was recently featured on Enterprisingindividuals.com to discuss Deep Space Nine: New York Times bestselling author David Mack returns to the show to discuss one of two DS9 episodes he co-wrote with writing partner John J. Ordover. The Defiant is attacked by Jem’Hadar warships while on a trade mission and is critically disabled. Now, […]
Aaron Pollyea trying to convince the guards why they should allow him to fly the USS Discovery pictured in the background. This is part of a continuing series where we get to know the masterminds behind the RPG that goes where no RPG has ever gone before : Star Trek Adventures.
James Swallow mentioned on Jswallow.com that he’s heading to ThrillerFest: Ah, New York; if there’s a city that deserves to be considered a “thriller”, it’s the Big Apple – and I’ll be walking its streets again next month, partly for some research for a future Marc Dane novel, but mostly because I’m in town to […]
Christopher L. Bennett recently mentioned on his blog : Hey, everyone. With the Shore Leave convention coming up in about 3 weeks, I could use some additional funds to help out with the trip; I need to renew my driver’s license and get some car repairs before then (my wiper fluid sprayer isn’t working). Also, […]
Tonight on Krypton Radio at 7pm Eastern, they’ll be airing Episode 61 ofÂ Hangin’ with Web Show, which will include an interview with me done at MegaCon in Orlando! The audio, and also video, of the interview will be available this weekend on various platforms as well!