Robb Pearlman and Jordan Hoffman were recently featured on Blog.trekcore.com to discuss The Star Trek Book of Friendship: Across near-60 years of Star Trek history, the franchise has brought fans a large roster of great friends, from the good-natured ribbing between Spock and Dr. McCoy, to the supportive Burnham and Tilly, to the generation-spanning connection […]
Kirsten Beyer was recently featured on Blog.trekcore.com to discuss No Man’s Land: Starring Jeri Ryan and Michelle Hurd as their Trek characters, Seven of Nine and Raffi Muskier, the story from Picard co-creator Kirsten Beyer and longtime Trek comics writer Mike Johnson sees the pair on a mission into Romulan territory — while also navigating […]
Blog.trekcore.com has added a new review for Kirsten Beyer and Mike Johnson‘s “Star Trek: Picard: No Man’s Land: An Original Audio Drama”.
David Mack was recently featured on Blog.trekcore.com to discuss Oblivion’s Gate: The world-ending Star Trek: Coda trilogy draws to a close this week with the publication David Mack’s Oblivion’s Gate, which concludes 20 years of literary continuity across most of the Star Trek novels published since the early 2000s — and it is a huge […]
Blog.trekcore.com has added a new review for Brent Spiner and Jeanne Darst‘s “Fan Fiction: A Mem-Noir: Inspired by True Events”.
James Swallow was recently featured on Blog.trekcore.com to discuss THE ASHES OF TOMORROW: This month, we’re pleased to bring you an interview with James Swallow himself, where we dive deeper into the Coda story and look at some of the creative choices made along the way. Check out the James Swallow author page to view […]
Dayton Ward was recently featured on Blog.trekcore.com to discuss STAR TREK: CODA: To get an idea of just what went into this massive undertaking, we talked with Trek author Dayton Ward — writer of the first Coda novel, Moments Asunder — about his experience working within the Star Trek story continuity universe, the genesis of […]
Blog.trekcore.com has added a new review for Cassandra Rose Clarke‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Shadows Have Offended”.