William Leisner is a true success story in Star Trek literature. His writing career started with the Next Generation short story Gods, Fate and Fractals, which was chosen for the second Strange New Worlds anthology in 1999, and he went on to sell two more stories – Black Hats and The Trouble with Borg Tribbles – to the contest, making himself ineligible for future SNW anthologies. That didn’t stop him from continuing to contribute to the Trek line, though, as he later wrote the short story Ambition (in the Original Series anniversary anthology Constellations) and the eBook novellas Corps of Engineers: Out of the Cocoon and TNG: The Insolence of Office. Now, after penning the short novel A Less Perfect Union for the Myriad Universes volume Infinity’s Prism last year, his first fully-fledged novel will hit the bookshelves soon. William kindly agreed to talk with Unreality SF about that book – a TNG story entitled Losing the Peace – and much more.
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