Seek out honor and glory with the new Star Trek Adventures: The Klingon Empire roleplaying game.
That’s right, in the topsy-turvy Bizarro universe we now inhabit, Shore Leave, the convention named for the act of going away from where you usually are to somewhere else, is doing the opposite of that. Since none of us will be physically traveling to Hunt Valley, MD for Shore Leave 42 until (we hope) next…
And William Shatner has poetically wrapped up his quarantine captain’s logs.
We’re delighted to announce the nominees for the SCRIBE AWARDS, presented every year by the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers. Winners will be announced on July 15! Congratulations to all nominees! It was a very good year for Media Tie-in writing! Three Star Trek books have been nominated! Star Trek: The Next Generation: Collateral […]
We’re a month out now from the release of my new novel, Star Trek: Discovery – Die Standing, which bows on July 14 — and as it happens, all the events I’d intended to sign at either aren’t happening or have been postponed.
After an irregular, infrequent attempt last year to kickstart this (hopefully) recurring feature here on the blog, here I am with the second installment in less than a month! The idea is simple: I’m a tie-in writer. Before that, I was a tie-in reader. I still am, of course, but way back when?
I originally posted a version of this on my Facebook page, but upon further reflection I decided to have a bit more fun with it. So, bear with me. I’m writing this to avoid doing actual work for a little while longer. Anyway, it’s like this: An intrepid fan over on the TrekBBS has made…
Jonathan Karp has been named president and CEO of Simon & Schuster, taking over after former president Carolyn Reidy died unexpectedly of a heart attack on May 12. Simon & Shuster, as you likely know, is the publisher of the majority of all Star Trek books.
On this day fifteen years ago, Simon & Schuster released a Star Trek novel by me entitled Articles of the Federation. It is a very atypical Trek novel, as it isn’t about any of the characters we see on television or in movies (though we do see cameos by several such, including Spock, Kathryn Janeway, William Ross, and…
Author Christopher L. Bennett discusses his new book, Higher Frontier, with StarTrek.com.
It is with our deepest regrets that we have to announce the postponement of Shore Leave 42 due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The event will return, stronger than ever, July 9 – 11, 2021. This is the first time in our 42-year history that we have had to skip a year.