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Is Star Trek “Too Much of a Good Thing”? An Interview with Nicholas Meyer

From roughly 3,000 miles away in Cape Coral, Florida, I am on a Zoom chat meeting with a man whom I’ve always wanted to meet and talk with. He’s one

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Bruce Horak Isn’t Finished with Star Trek

Hemmer, We Hardly Knew Ye “Humans waste so much life worrying about death. The Aenar believe the end only comes once you have fulfilled your purpose. It provides meaning. I-I

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Interview with SNW Stuntman Jack Sansone

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing stuntman Jack Sansone. He performed a brief stunt in the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds episode “Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach”. Many

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An Interview with “Memento Mori” Director Dan Liu

I recently interviewed Dan Liu, who directed this week’s episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, “Memento Mori”. First, congratulations on being hired to direct for Star Trek: Strange New

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An Interview with Kitty Swink

I recently enjoyed chatting with Kitty Swink, who guest-starred twice in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (as the Bajoran Minister Rozahn in the Season 2 episode “Sanctuary”, and the Vorta

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Phyllis Strong on Illyrians

With this week’s episode of Strange New Worlds focusing on so-called “Ghosts of Illyria”, I decided to do a brief interview with Phyllis Strong, the writer of the Enterprise episode

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Interview with Strange New Worlds Costume Designer Bernadette Croft

“Actually, what I said is you… might want to wear your dress uniform.” – Lieutenant Ortegas, “Children of the Comet” With dialogue in the most recent episode of Star Trek:

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Interview with Strange New Worlds Composer Nami Melumad

The most recent episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (“Children of the Comet”) features music and singing extensively. I recently interviewed the show’s composer, Nami Melumad, about it and

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An Interview with Fred Bronson, Part 3: TNG

I recently interviewed Star Trek writer Fred Bronson, discussing such topics as the character of Robert April and Fred’s work on Star Trek in the 1970s. In this final segment,

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An Interview with Fred Bronson, Part 2: The ’70s

Fred Bronson, who wrote an episode of Star Trek: The Animated Series (i.e., “The Counter-Clock Incident”) and co-wrote installments of The Next Generation (“Ménage à Troi” and “The Game”), describes himself as someone

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