In Memoriam: Dorothy “D.C.” Fontana, Star Trek Pioneer
Fontana’s Star Trek writing credits includes episodes of the Original Series.
Melissa interviews author Keith R. A. DeCandido at a comic convention. DeCandido is a science fiction and fantasy writer who works on comic books, novels, ro…
The book will be released in 2020 along with two others, Titan announced today at DST. Thanks to TrekCore for the heads up. Books are added to the site! The Art of Star Trek: Discovery Star Trek Voyager: A Celebration The Autobiography of Kathryn Janeway Star Trek: The Artistry of Dan Curry
We have demos from the new Starfleet exercise guide, out this December.
David Mack shares the surprising inspiration behind his newest Trek book.
Get your first look at the cover for the new book!
The Broadway actor explains why reading the new TMP audiobook was a “thrill.”
My review of the Star Trek: Discovery novel The Enterprise War by John Jackson Miller!
The Nog actor passed away today at age 50.
Well, how about that — I just happened to look at my Amazon author page, and it looks like the Kindle edition of Star Trek: Enterprise — Rise of the Federation: A Choice of Futures (the first book in that series) is currently their #1 best seller in the “Star Trek Series” category. I suppose […]
In yet another Star Trek: Discovery prequel novel, we follow the early life of the greatest Star Trek character of all time, Sylvia Tilly.
I own almost 500 Star Trek novels. If we’re including guide books and comics, I own exactly 500. But why do I own them, if I’ve never read any? What is the h… Reddit DakotaCLopez< Shares his collection and tells the story behind how he acquired it.
The question of what happens to the DS9 slice of the Trek universe after the series finale was already answered—and may well continue to be answered—by a different set of writers. Their names include S.D. Perry, Jeffrey Lang, David Weddle, Keith R. A. DeCandido, David R. George III, Heather Jarman, Michael A. Martin, Andy Mangels, […]
‘Countdown’ and ‘The Last Best Hope’ will lead directly into the CBS All Access series starring Patrick Stewart.
My review of the TOS novel The Captain’s Oath by Christopher L. Bennett! Plus: Star Trek book news!
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.”
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!
Check out my latest video right here; www.tubebuddy.com/quicknav/latest/UChO4Lo9Wx3QTJ8yoRpkBe2A Weird 1970’s Fotonovels – Before There Was Video… …