Simon Hugo was recently featured on Scifibulletin.com to discuss Deep Space Nine Illustrated Handbook: Former Star Trek Magazine senior editor Simon Hugo’s most recent Trek project has been Eaglemoss’ Deep Space Nine Illustrated Handbook, which reorders and repurposes material from The Fact Files released over 20 years ago into a coherent whole. Shortly after publication, […]
Simon Hugo was recently featured on Redshirtsalwaysdie.com to discuss Defiant Illustrated Handbook: Ask Simon Hugo, one of the editors who has edited several Star Trek collections books, what he’d like to be doing, and he would tell you exactly what he’s doing right now. He spends his working days deeply mired in Star Trek. His […]
David Mack has announce another trilogy of books set in the post Destiny Lit-Verse The three books: Star Trek: Coda, Book 1 – Moments Asunder, by Dayton Ward, September 28, 2021 Star Trek: Coda, Book 2 – The Ashes of Tomorrow, by James Swallow, October 12, 2021 Star Trek: Coda, Book 3 – Oblivion’s Gate, […]
Deepspacespines.com has added a new review for Robert Sheckley‘s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: 12 The Laertian Gamble”.
Phil Farrand was recently featured on Trekclivos79.blogspot.com to discuss Star Trek: Sixty five minutes into a thirty minute interview and I’ve definitely used up more of Phil Farrand’s time than I should have. I’m now eating into his writing time. At the moment Phil is writing book 14 of a 24 book series and chatting […]
Beaming Up and Getting Off: Life Before and Beyond Star Trek by Walter Koenig, is an updated and expanded version of Walter Koenig’s 1998 memoir, Warped Factors: A Neurotic’s Guide to the Universe.… My first book review for the Star Trek Book Club, though certainly not the first book that I’ve ever reviewed, I was luckily enough […]
The schedule for #FarpointCon2021 has been published! The link to access the event will be published once we have finished setup and testing of our online platform. Links are also coming soon for our virtual Program Book and updated KonOpas interactive schedule app. Attendance at #FarpointCon2021 is FREE for all and does not require advance registration. […]
Steve Mollmann has posted two delightfully in depth looks at the history of fonts for Star Trek, with a specific focus on the books: What launched this whole series was actually me thinking about Star Trek books. In the old days, Star Trek books weren’t quite so branded. The original Star Trek book, James Blish’s 1967 book originally known as […]