Vonda N. McIntyre on Geekchocolate.co.uk discussing “Star Trek”

Vonda N. McIntyre was recently featured on Geekchocolate.co.uk to discuss Star Trek:

A strong voice of science fiction since the seventies, Vonda N McIntyre’s novelette Of Mist, and Grass and Sand won her a Nebula, and her expansion of that story into her second novel Dreamsnake won both the Nebula and the Hugo. She has also written the standalone novels Superluminal and The Moon and the Sun, which also won a Nebula in 1997, and the four novels of the Starfarers series, but to many she will be best known for her Star Trek novels, The Entropy Effect which launched the Pocket series and Enterprise: The First Adventure which launched Pocket’s line of “giant” novels in 1986, as well as the novelisations of The Wrath of Khan, The Search for Spock and The Voyage Home. Active and vocal in promoting new and established writing via the Book View Café, she kindly took time out to have a chat with Geek Chocolate about her career, some of her milestones, and some of the luminaries she has encountered.

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