Deep Space Spines has a review up for Peter David‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 18 Q-In-Law“: This week, it’s much ado about nothing aboard the Enterprise when our regularly scheduled Star Trek: The Next Generation gets preempted by an episode of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. But when Q arrives to observe the phenomenon of human love, […]
Trek Today has a review up for Christopher L. Bennett‘s “Star Trek: The Original Series: The Captain’s Oath“: If you’re a fan of Kirk, you’ll love this. In addition to all of the action listed above, which alone could make several separate longer stories, there is a young James T. Kirk learning to adapt to and […]
TrekToday has a great write up on the upcoming Shore Leave 41, which is scheduled to run July 12-14 at the Delta Hotels Baltimore in Hunt Valley, Maryland. There’s a huge list of authors that are going to attend, and if I’m able to swing it, I might show up myself and try to collect more […]
TrekGeeks.com recently featured Dayton Ward to discuss the recently released “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light” : It’s the first Star Trek: The Next Generation novel in nearly two years and it picks right up with the fallout from the exposure of Section 31! Plus, the Enterprise-E, still in the Odyssean Pass, has encountered […]
Out today is another Star Trek: The Original Series book, titled “Star Trek: The Original Series: The Captain’s Oath”, by Christopher L. Bennett. Here’s the book’s synopsis: The saga of James T. Kirk’s historic command of the U.S.S. Enterprise is known throughout the galaxy. But one part of the legend has barely been touched upon until […]
Deep Space Spines has a review up for Michael Jan Friedman‘s “Star Trek: 56 Legacy“: This week, Kirk and a motley assortment of lower-deckers get swallowed by an Alaskan bull worm and Spock comes down with an overactive thyroid. Before Scotty can mount a proper search-and-rescue, however, the Enterprise gets reassigned to a pirate takeover […]
It’s fitting. Women were the driving force behind the petitions to keep Star Trek on the air. This was originally written back in 2017, but still seems somewhat relevant.
Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for D.C. Fontana‘s “Star Trek: 44 Vulcan’s Glory“: During her time on Star Trek, Dorothy Fontana was responsible for much of Spock’s character development, so it is no surprise that Spock plays a large role in Vulcan’s Glory. There is a lot to unpack with regards to Spock’s character in […]
Though most of my writing is found in novels or short stories, I occasionally get the opportunity to step outside my wheelhouse and try something new. First it was magazine articles (often working with Kevin) and website content or essays about various pop culture topics (ditto). Then came really fun projects like the Vulcan and… […]
Unreality-SF has a review up for Bernd Perplies and Christian Humberg‘s “Star Trek: Prometheus: The Root of All Rage“: The beginning of the novel features repeated conversations where characters complain to each other that the Prometheus hasn’t actually uncovered much about the terrorist attacks it was tasked to investigate in Fire With Fire. This kind of thing takes up […]
TrekSphere.com recently featured Christopher L. Bennett to discuss his upcoming “Captain’s Oath” novel: With twenty-five published works of Trek fiction under his belt, you might call Christopher L. Bennett one of the bright lights of contemporary Star Trek fiction. His works have explored nearly every facet of the franchise, and have often served to fill […]
TrekMovie recently featured Kate Mulgrew to discuss her new memoir “How To Forget“: O Captain! My Captain! They say you’re not supposed to meet your heroes, but what happens when you do, and your hero is everything you wanted her to be, and more? Here’s what happens: you get swept up in her thoughtful eloquence, […]
Deep Space Spines has a review up for Mel Gilden‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 17 Boogeymen“: This week, Wesley takes inspiration from his childhood nightmares to conjure opponents for command scenario practice. But when a scientist friend of Picard’s is desperate to go off the grid, his plan coincides with Wesley’s holodeck creations in […]
Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Michael Jan Friedman‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Death in Winter“: While the Picard/Crusher romance is central to the novel, I found myself more interested in the Romulan political situation. Following the coup by Shinzon and his eventual death, the Romulan Empire finds itself in turmoil. Tal’aura, the […]
Out today is another Memorial Books book, titled “How to Forget: A Daughter’s Memoir”, by Kate Mulgrew. Here’s the book’s synopsis: In this profoundly honest and examined memoir about returning to Iowa to care for her ailing parents, the star of Orange Is the New Black and bestselling author of Born with Teeth takes us […]
Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Peter David‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Triangle: Imzadi II“: In the final season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, an unexpected romance took shape: the brief romantic relationship between Deanna Troi and Worf. The seeds of it had been planted much earlier; some would argue that as […]
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.
The “long awaited” look at Star Trek: Corps of Engineers!
Out today is another Star Trek: Guide, titled “Star Trek Shipyards: The Klingon Fleet”, by Ben Robinson, Marcus Reily, Matt McAllister. Here’s the book’s synopsis: The Star Trek Shipyards series provides Star Trek fans with the first ever chronological guide to the starships from the television and film series. In this third volume, the ships of the Klingon […]
Literary Treks has a review up for Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin‘s “Star Trek: Titan: The Red King” and as a special bonus, author Michael A. Martin joins the show : In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Dan Gunther and Bruce Gibson welcome author Michael A. Martin to the show to discuss Titan: The Red […]