Author: Bill Williams
A lifelong Star Trek fan since the age of six, Bill Williams has written and reviewed numerous Star Trek novels, videos, and products since 2001 for TrekWeb.com. He has also contributed material to the 2006 publication Voyages of Imagination: The Star Trek Fiction Companion from Simon & Schuster, and has written and published several independent books. He currently contributes articles for CapedWonder.com and maintains a writer’s page on Facebook.
“It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine…” – R.E.M. For the past twenty years, we have watched the Star Trek literary universe (orRead More
Of all the branches of the Star Trek franchise, the Mirror Universe has proven to be one of the most fascinating. Begun in 1967 with the classic episode “Mirror, Mirror”Read More
For nearly forty years, one of the most iconic parts of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan has been its music. From the time of its original release fromRead More
Not many series can say they’ve lasted fifty-five years and continue to endure. Star Trek is an exception, since it has not only endured but has also continued to evolve and expand. Since its debut inRead More