Author Sighting: William Leisner on Enterprising Indivduals for Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Kahn

William Leisner was recently featured on Enterprising Individuals to discuss the anniversary of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is 36 years old today and to celebrate, here’s our live episode about the film from CONvergence 2017, with featured guests Christopher Jones, Naomi Kritzer, William Leisner, and […]

Author Sighting: William Leisner on Enterprising Indivduals for Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Kahn

Author Sighting: James Swallow interview on TrekMovie.com for “Star Trek: Discovery: Fear Itself”

  James Swallow was recently featured on TrekMovie.com for and interview about his upcoming book “Star Trek: Discovery: Fear Itself“: On Tuesday, the third Star Trek: Discovery tie-in novel arrives. Fear Itself is focused on the character of Saru, and takes place on the USS Shenzhou prior to the events of the pilot episode of the series. TrekMovie talked […]

Author Sighting: James Swallow interview on TrekMovie.com for “Star Trek: Discovery: Fear Itself”

“Star Trek: Dark Victory” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for “Star Trek: Dark Victory“: Dark Victory is the second book in William Shatner’s Mirror Universe trilogy, following on from the previous novel, Spectre, and concluding in the next, Preserver. After Kirk faces down his evil doppelganger, Tiberius, a few months have passed. Starfleet considers Tiberius dead, and tries to convince Kirk of […]

“Star Trek: Dark Victory” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: 36 Worlds Apart Book 2: How Much for Just the Planet? ” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for “Star Trek: 36 Worlds Apart Book 2: How Much for Just the Planet?“: Star Trek is no stranger to absurdity. “The Trouble with Tribbles,” “I, Mudd,” and “A Piece of the Action” are probably the most notable instances. However, I think it’s fair to say that Star Trek has never […]

“Star Trek: 36 Worlds Apart Book 2: How Much for Just the Planet? ” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: 31 Fortunes Of War Book 2: Battlestations!” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for “Star Trek: 31 Fortunes Of War Book 2: Battlestations!“: Hot on the heels of Diane Carey’s debut Trek novel Dreadnought! comes its sequel, the similarly exclamation-marked Battlestations!. A hot new (well, not totally new) technology has been stolen, and Piper’s friend and crewmate Sarda is the prime suspect. Can Piper clear his […]

“Star Trek: 31 Fortunes Of War Book 2: Battlestations!” Review by Deep Space Spines

Author Sighting: John Jackson Miller on Enterprising Individuals

John Jackson Miller was recently featured on Enterprising Individuals for Season 3, Episode 8 of their podcast: New York Times best-selling author John Jackson Miller returns to the show to discuss an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation where Picard must lawyer for his soul, ship, and crew against the comely, coiffed Adversary herself! […]

Author Sighting: John Jackson Miller on Enterprising Individuals

“Star Trek: Enterprise: The First Adventure” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for “Star Trek: Enterprise: The First Adventure“: Published exactly twenty years after Star Trek made its television debut, let’s join Kirk as he learns on a particularly stressful first outing that heavy lies the wrist that wears the command stripes. Available on Amazon.com, Books-A-Million.com, or E-Bay.

“Star Trek: Enterprise: The First Adventure” Review by Deep Space Spines

“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: 5 Fallen Heroes” Review by Literary Treks

The Literary Treks podcast has a review up for “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: 5 Fallen Heroes“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Bruce Gibson and Dan Gunther are joined by guest host Brandon Shea-Mutala to discuss the Deep Space Nine novel Fallen Heroes by Dafydd ab Hugh. We talk about when the novel was written, a Quark and […]

“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: 5 Fallen Heroes” Review by Literary Treks

“Star Trek: 29 Fortunes Of War Book 1: Dreadnought!” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for “Star Trek: 29 Fortunes Of War Book 1: Dreadnought!“: Like Dwellers in the Crucible not long before it, Dreadnought! uses original characters as Kirk and Spock stand-ins to explore the yin and yang of the human/Vulcan dynamic, though this time there’s also a pinch of notice-me-senpai wish fulfillment for good measure. […]

“Star Trek: 29 Fortunes Of War Book 1: Dreadnought!” Review by Deep Space Spines

“Star Trek: Academy: Collision Course” Review by Literary Treks

Literary Treks has a review up for “Star Trek: Academy: Collision Course“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Bruce Gibson and Dan Gunther discuss the final Shatnerverse novel, Academy: Collision Course. We talk about this novel’s relationship with Star Trek 2009, Jim Kirk’s relationship with Starfleet, his family dynamic, Spock in his youth, another perspective on Tarsus IV, […]

“Star Trek: Academy: Collision Course” Review by Literary Treks

Out Today: “To Boldly Go: Marketing the Myth of Star Trek”

Out today is a new non-fiction book titled “To Boldly Go: Marketing the Myth of Star Trek” Here’s the book’s synopsis if you needed reminding: Cultural manifestations of myth have come a long way since the storytelling of ancient Greece, now materializing on our TV and cinema screens and in advertisements. This book examines how […]

Out Today: “To Boldly Go: Marketing the Myth of Star Trek”