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Bloopers of the Borg Review

Great Fun for the True Trek Nerds Among Us As a father of two children, I can find my way around a good search-and-find book. In fact, one could say

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The Legacy of Jerry Goldsmith’s Star Trek Scores

As a young boy, I was mesmerized by the visual effects of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, completely captivated by the sight of the Enterprise in drydock as Admiral Kirk

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Love for All Things: TMP Novelization

What the Novelization of Star Trek: The Motion Picture Can Teach Us About Gene’s Vision Star Trek: The Motion Picture, a novel based on the screenplay by Harold Livingston and

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Exploring the Explorer: Thoughts on Issue 1 of Star Trek Explorer

For the uninitiated like myself, Star Trek Explorer is a relaunch/overhaul of the official publication Star Trek Magazine. Think of it like the Enterprise refit in Star Trek: The Motion

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A Review of Walter Koenig’s Beaming Up and Getting Off: Life Before and Beyond Star Trek

Walter Koenig’s most recent book, Beaming Up and Getting Off: Life Before and Beyond Star Trek, is an expanded version of his earlier book Warped Factors, about eighty percent identical

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Fan Fiction: A Mem-Noir Review

The Story I Didn’t Know I Needed Fan Fiction: A Mem-Noir by Brent Spiner is a very curious book. It’s one part memoir, one part crime thriller, one part love story,

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The Chimes at Midnight: A Reflection on The Ashes of Tomorrow

The final episode of Deep Space Nine invited us to reflect upon “What You Leave Behind”. The Coda trilogy of novels does the same thing. The first and second books

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The End Begins in the First Book of the Coda Trilogy, Moments Asunder

“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 (or

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Twist of Faith book review

With the recent documentary What We Left Behind, viewers got to see the writers and creators of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine break down a hypothetical eighth season of that

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Humble Servant Leadership: A Reflection on Best Destiny’s Captain April

“Charge means responsibility, Jimmy, decisions. Maybe lives on your hands.” This is one of the life lessons that Captain Robert April passes down to troubled sixteen-year-old Jim Kirk in Diane

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