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A staff writer on Star Trek: Voyager, Lisa Klink worked on that series for three years. She has also worked on several other shows, including Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Roswell, and Pandora. Lisa has written or co-written four novels, as well as short stories, graphic novels and screenplays.

The Story of Composing “Falor’s Journey”

“It is a tale of enlightenment, consisting of 348 verses. It may not be necessary to include the complete narrative.” – Tuvok, “Innocence” In the second season of Star Trek:

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Wil Wheaton’s Still Just a Geek in Review

Wil Wheaton’s new book Still Just a Geek is an annotated update of his 2002 book Just a Geek. I listened to the audio version of the book, narrated by

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Voyager: “Caretaker” – A Summary of the Story

In Star Trek: Voyager’s pilot episode – the two-part “Caretaker” – there’s an initial promise of tension between the Starfleet and Maquis crews (it only plays out for a few

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Voyager‘s “Caretaker” in Review

Star Trek: Voyager’s pilot episode, the two-part “Caretaker”, had to accomplish several goals. It needed to introduce nine regular characters, plus the premise of the series, as well as getting

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Discussions with The Delta Flyers

For years, actor Garrett Wang had considered doing a podcast about his experiences playing Ensign Harry Kim on Star Trek: Voyager. Then, the pandemic came along, and it seemed like

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Writing the Teaser of “Hippocratic Oath”

The teaser of the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode “Hippocratic Oath” included opening scenes from both the A plot, with Bashir and O’Brien being captured by the Jem’Hadar, and

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My Experience Writing DS9’s “Hippocratic Oath”

It was the fourth time I had come in to Deep Space Nine to pitch stories. I had sent in a Next Generation script, which had opened the door for

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Almost Human

On Star Trek: The Next Generation, android Data aspired to be more human. Star Trek: Voyager featured three characters who wrestled with their humanity: B’Elanna Torres, Seven of Nine, and

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How to Pitch Stories for Star Trek

When I was on the writing staff of Star Trek: Voyager, one of my duties was to take pitches every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. So, how did writers get in

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