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“Tournament of Decision” – My Unproduced Star Trek: The Next Generation Script

After Selling to TNG, I Wrote a Second Next Generation Teleplay “Aren’t you beginning to feel time gaining on you, Picard? It’s like a predator; it’s stalking you….” – Soran, Star

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Fact or Fiction: Suspending Disbelief in Star Trek: Voyager

How often do you find yourself questioning the reality of a situation on TV or in movies? Do you wonder ‘how did they do that?’, or ‘where did they get

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Star Trek: Phase II – The Story of the Lost Series

With live-action Star Trek having been canceled in 1969 but the popularity of Star Trek soaring in the 1970s (The Animated Series running between 1973 and 1974), Paramount were thinking,

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Falling in Love with TNG All Over Again

I remember watching TNG when it first aired on syndicated television back in ’86. I was mesmerized and completely hooked from the beginning. My imagination came alive aboard the Enterprise-D,

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Red Alarm – Cetacean, Licorice Humor Trek for the Ages!

When I recently invited my eleven-year-old son to rewatch Season 2 of Lower Decks with me because I intended to review it, I received the enthusiastic “Yes!” that I expected.

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Interview with Bonnie Gordon – Star Trek: Prodigy‘s Computer Voice

For Star Trek: Prodigy, what was your casting process like? When I first saw they were auditioning for an animated Star Trek project, I pulled every string I could to

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Lonely Among Us – Finding Unity in TNG

As a young boy growing up in what I would later affectionately come to call the ‘Golden Years’ of Star Trek (or more specifically, the TNG era), I relied heavily

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How DS9 Saved My Life During Hard Times

I’ve shared loads about how influential DS9 has been to me in my life. I’ve shared how it inspired me to become a writer, a feminist, and a deeply spiritual

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Appreciating Star Trek: Voyager – Along with a Good Cup of Coffee

The year was 1995, and new content wasn’t as frequent as it is nowadays, in the ‘a-whole-generation-of-kids-have-grown-up-with-the-Internet’ era. But many of us die-hard Trekkies were overjoyed. A new series was

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That is Now Your Chair: Loss, Grief, and Guinan

Late last month, I lost my mother due to cancer. Before I continue, I do want to say that I’m alright and working though things. I realize that, as I

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