Review: "Star Trek FAQ" by Mark Clark

As a solid Trek fan I am always on the lookout for good books on the franchise, and Star Trek FAQ comes through in spades.   [Read more...]

Review: "Night of the Living Trekkies"

Ever since zombies invaded the pages of Jane Austen with great success, publishers have been searching for the next great mash-up novel. Earlier this year, we got “Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter,” a funny take on the historical biography that asked what if Honest Abe was really a vampire slayer? On the other end of the spectrum is the Hugo-nominated zombie/steampunk novel “Boneshaker.”   [Read more...]

McIntyre Talks about Writing "Trek" Novels

Best-selling and award-winning author Vonda N. McIntyre has penned some of the best loved original "Star Trek" novels as well as the adaptations for several of the big-screen adventures. "David Hartwell invited me to write a 'Star Trek' book for Pocket Books, which had recently obtained the license to publish original 'Star Trek' novels. He […]

Review: "Star Trek: Inception"

"Star Trek" novels (and media tie-in novels in general) walk a very fine line when it comes to revisiting familiar elements from their original source material.    This can especially be true when it comes to giving the details behind the romantic liaisons of various character that took place off screen but are referenced and alluded […]

Contest: "Star Trek Academy" Book Giveaway

We are happy to present one copy of William Shatner's latest book that continues the Star Trek novelized saga with a trip back before James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock were the famous heroes of Starfleet and the Federation to a time that brings the young teenage boys together for the first time. Star Trek […]

Star Trek Novels Celebrate 40 Years of the Original Series

For the first time in twenty years, a significant Star Trek milestone will pass without a movie or television episode to mark it. But while there will be no new big- or small-screen adventures for the crew of the Starship Enterprise when the series turns forty in early September, the legacy of Star Trek will […]

Review: "Star Trek: Summon the Thunder" by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore

It all began with the granddaddy of them all, Peter David's superlative New Frontier series and has continued to expand with the continuation of the DS9, Voyager, and Enterprise sagas as well as exploring unique areas of the Star Trek universe. Add to this on-going exploration of the Trek universe, Pocket's newest spin-off series, Star Trek: Vanguard.   [Read more...]

SciFi to pick up Enterprise?

Getting some rumbles from about a possible move.   [Read more...]

It Ain't Easy Being Green

But I'm catching up with the "How big of a fan" LF show, and I heard a lot of speculation about The Green Chick from Star Trek: TOS.

Well, here's the low-down skinny I know...   [Read more...]

The Lives of Dax

The Lives of Dax, by Marco Palmieri (editor). A must for every Star Trek fan.