Harold Livingston, an American novelist who wrote the screenplay for “Star Trek: The Motion Picture” in 1979, died early Thursday morning, Bobby Livingston confirmed to Variety.
Dayton Ward has shared on his Facebook page that noted Star Trek artist James Bama has passed, just a few days shy of his 96th birthday.
Michael Okuda passed on the news on social media. Bonanno was well known for her contributions to the Star Trek range including Burning Dreams about Christopher Pike and Strangers from the Sky, an early novel about first contact. Among her other work she also co-wrote Saturn’s Child with Nichelle Nichols, and the Preternatural Trilogy.
Though I can find nothing official about it anywhere else online, a member of Facebook’s Star Trek Books Community Group is reporting that Della Van Hise, author of the 1985 Star Trek novel Killing Time, died of heart failure on March 3. Assuming that is in fact the case, she was 65.
SF novelist Dave Galanter has passed away from cancer aged 51. via SciFiBulletin
The beloved actor died at his home in Los Angeles today.
Fontana’s Star Trek writing credits includes episodes of the Original Series.
The Nog actor passed away today at age 50.
Vonda N. McIntyre died at 6:25 pm, Pacific Time, in no pain and surrounded by friends. The funeral home has collected her body which will be cremated. Vonda was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer on February 7; her death came swiftly. Vonda wrote six Trek books, each of which was rated pretty well by the reading […]
StarTrek.com is saddened to report the passing of David Bischoff, a respected and prolific author who wrote the Star Trek: The Next Generation novel, Grounded, and also shared writing credits on the TNG episodes “Tin Man” and “First Contact.” Bischoff passed away in Oregon on March 19 at the age of 66, though word of […]