Scifibulletin.com has added a new review for Gene Kozicki and Jeff Bond‘s “Star Trek The Motion Picture: The Art and Visual Effects”.
Deepspacespines.com has added a new review for John Peel‘s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: 3 Prisoners of Peace”.
The new book full of new information and rare images arrives on September 1st.
In the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode “In the Pale Moonlight,” we were told that Betazed fell to the Dominion. In the 2004 Trek anthology, Tales of the Dominion War (which I also edited), I wrote “The Ceremony of Innocence is Drowned,” which dramatized Betazed’s fall, from the perspective of Lwaxana Troi.
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Marc Okrand will be featured at Shore Leave: Join us for the opportunity to talk with Marc Okrand, professional linguist and creator of the Klingon language. If you’ve ever heard Shakespeare the way it was meant to be spoken, thank Marc. He’s the man who taught the Klingons their own language and inspired linguists all […]
Today we celebrate the 99th birthday of the late Gene Roddenberry, the man who conceptualized Star Trek and first brought to television, and then the big screen – a legacy that lives on today in profound and numerous ways. Those who know Star Trek likely know that Roddenberry was a combat pilot in World War […]
Alan Dean Foster was recently featured on Anchor.fm to discuss Star Trek: The Motion Picture: Legendary sci-fi author and Star Trek novelist ALAN DEAN FOSTER joins the Treksperts, MARK A. ALTMAN (CW’s Pandora, The Librarians) and DAREN DOCHTERMAN (Star Trek: The Motion Picture – Director’s Edition) this week to discuss his long history with the […]
Dayton Ward was recently featured on Anchor.fm to discuss STAR TREK novels: STAR TREK novelists DAYTON WARD (Kirk-Fu Manual, Drastic Measures, Agents Of Influence) and DAVID ALAN MACK (Vanguard, Gods Of Night, Collateral Damage, Desperate Hours) join the Treksperts, MARK A. ALTMAN (CW’s Pandora, The Librarians) and DAREN DOCHTERMAN (Star Trek: The Motion Picture – […]
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 […]
Borg.com has added a new review for Marc Cushman‘s “These Are the Voyages: Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek in the 1970s Volume 2 (1975-1979)”.
The 25th anniversary tribute book hits shelves this November.