Una McCormack on PaulSemel.com

PaulSemel.com recently featured Una McCormack: For years, writers have expanded upon the Star Trek universe with non-canonical adventures in novel form. But in Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars (paperback, Kindle), veteran Star Trek author Una McCormack takes a somewhat different approach than what she and others have done in the Trek-verse by writing […]

Una McCormack on PaulSemel.com

David Mack Interview on PaulSemel.com

PaulSemel.com recently featured David Mack: To coincide with the launch of a new Star Trek series, Star Trek Discovery, the good people at Gallery Books/Simon & Schuster who oversee the literary adventures of Kirk, Picard, and the rest have commissioned longtime Star Trek novelist David Mack to pen the non-canonical prequel novel Star Trek Discovery […]

David Mack Interview on PaulSemel.com

Christopher L. Bennett interview on Paulsemel.com

Paulsemel.com recently featured Christopher L. Bennett: When Star Trek: Enterprise went off the air in 2005 after four seasons, fans of the show were understandably disappointed. But as with the other shows, being cancelled didn’t end the adventure for the original Enterprise and her crew. In Star Trek Enterprise Rise Of The Federation Patterns Of […]

Christopher L. Bennett interview on Paulsemel.com

David R. George III on Paulsemel.com

Paulsemel.com recently featured David R. George III: It was recently reported that while Paramount released both Star Trek: The Original Series and Star Trek: The Next Generation on Blu-ray, the same will never be said of Star Trek Deep Space Nine. Which is a real bummer for those of us who feel that, after TOS, Deep Space Nine was the best Star Trek show. But […]

David R. George III on Paulsemel.com

Dayton Ward on Paulsemel.com

Paulsemel.com recently featured Dayton Ward: While the most recent Star Trek movies kind of, sort of, but not really rebooted the saga, the Trek novels have continued the timeline of the original series, the other shows, and the previous movies. Which is how we get to Dayton Ward’s Star Trek The Next Generation Headlong Flight […]

Dayton Ward on Paulsemel.com

John Jackson Miller Interview by PaulSemel.com

PaulSemel.com recently featured John Jackson Miller: As Game Of Thrones fans will tell you, waiting for the next book in a series can be quite frustrating. But in talking to writer John Jackson Miller, whose trilogy of Star Trek novels are coming just a month apart — Star Trek Prey: Book One: Hell’s Heart (paperback, […]

Christopher L. Bennett interview on Paulsemel.com

Paulsemel.com recently featured Christopher L. Bennett: In numerology — which Wikipedia defines as “any belief in the divine, mystical relationship between a number ad one or more coinciding events” — the number 4 is supposed to reflect stability. Well, someone might want to tell that to writer Christopher L Bennett, the author of Star Trek […]

James Swallow on PaulSemel.com

PaulSemel.com recently featured and interview with James Swallow: While the original mission of the Enterprise only made it through three of its planned five year schedule, it’s more than made up for it thanks to numerous Star Trek novels (and comics, and games…). The latest of which is James Swallow’s Star Trek The Original Series […]

James Swallow on PaulSemel.com

Tony Daniel on PaulSemel.com

  PaulSemel.com recently featured and interview with Tony Daniel: When the original Star Trek series was cancelled in 1969, it cut short the Enterprise’s five year mission. But thanks to such writers as Tony Daniel — the author of the new novel, Star Trek The Original Series Savage Trade (paperback, digital) — Kirk and co. […]

Tony Daniel on PaulSemel.com

John Jackson Miller Interview by PaulSemel.com

PaulSemel.com recently featured John Jackson Miller: While the Star Trek movies, video games, and comic books are exploring the new timeline where that guy from Heroes is Spock and Gamora from Guardians Of The Galaxy is Uhura, fans of the original Trek universe can sleep soundly knowing the original timeline continues in the novels. But in talking to writer John Jackson Miller, who […]

John Jackson Miller Interview by PaulSemel.com