No, Writing For IP Is Not Soulless

So, I take it someone on Twitter said something about IP books being soulless. Or maybe they said it about the writers of those books? I dunno. Whatever. Now, as someone who has written at least a little bit of IP, I take exception to that — while also recognizing that the person wasn’t likely […]

No, Writing For IP Is Not Soulless

2020 Dragon Awards Ballot

Dragon Con has announced the ballot for the 2020 Dragon Awards. Voting is open to the public at the Dragon Awards website; registration for voting is open until September 4, 2020. Winners will be a… Two Star Trek books have been nominated for a 2020 Dragon Award! Star Trek: Picard: The Last Best Hope, Una […]

2020 Dragon Awards Ballot

The enigmatic Garak – Sign the Petition

The enigmatic Garak – Cardassian-in-exile on space station Deep Space Nine – refers to himself as just a simple tailor, but everyone knows that there’s more to him than that. Why was he banished from his home planet? And why does he choose exile on Deep Space Nine?During his years playing Elim Garak on television, […]

The enigmatic Garak – Sign the Petition

Out Today: “Star Trek: More Beautiful Than Death”

Out today is “Star Trek: More Beautiful Than Death“, by David Mack. Taking place in an alternate timeline created when the Starship Kelvin was destroyed by a Romulan invader from the future, this bold new novel follows Captain James T. Kirk and an inexperienced crew commandeering a repaired U.S.S. Enterprise out of spacedock for a simple […]

Out Today: “Star Trek: More Beautiful Than Death”

Out Today: “Fighting for the Future: Essays on Star Trek: Discovery”

Out today is another Essays On Star Trek book, titled “Fighting for the Future: Essays on Star Trek: Discovery“, by Mareike Spychala and Sabrina Mittermeier. The first two seasons of Star Trek: Discovery, the newest instalment in the long-running and influential Star Trek franchise, received media and academic attention from the moment they arrived on […]

Out Today: “Fighting for the Future: Essays on Star Trek: Discovery”