Webmaster of WarpFactorTrek, Dan is an avid Star Trek fan who lives in Aberdeen, Scotland. Also known as “The Scotch Trekker”, he discovered Star Trek in 1992 when, at the age of nine, he found a VHS tape that had been left in a VCR machine his family had bought; much to his delight, it featured the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Defector”. Dan worked as an administrator, for six years, on the encyclopedic Star Trek website Memory Alpha, which involved studying the making of the various series and films. He has been mentioned in the official Star Trek Magazine and has recently qualified from a Star Trek course run at Glasgow Clyde College. Nowadays, he helps run The Scotch Trekker YouTube channel, which regularly features live interviews with the cast and crew of Star Trek.
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.
A theatre professional, Daniel Munson has worked on Broadway, off Broadway, and at some of the best regional theatres around the United States. As a playwright, Daniel has been published with three different play publishing companies (including one which translated one of his short plays into Frisian). In 2021, he was commissioned to write a one-woman play which premiered at the Denver (Colorado) Fringe Festival and will be presented at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August of 2021. You can find Dan (when he’s not writing) on Facebook.
An Emmy-Award-nominated screenwriter, book author and content producer, Will has written for magazines, newspapers, the web and for several highly respected TV shows, most notably for the Star Trek franchise. Will contributed story material which formed the basis for episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and he was one of the few freelancers to work on episodes for both of those landmark Hollywood shows. As well as having pitched to Star Trek: Voyager, he has also written multiple books, including Star Trek Essays, Star Trek Essays Volume Two & Volume III, and Star Trek Sex.
Douglas Nary, Jr.
A freelance writer, Douglas has several years experience writing newsletters, sales copy and movie reviews. He is also the author of the screenplays Supralight and Bloodstone: The Sorceress and the Warrior. His reviews of Star Trek films (as well as a DS9 retrospective) have been published on the TrekSphere website.
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.
A forty-year-old Star Trek fan, who has spent a lifetime imagining himself travelling among the stars ever since he first heard the words, “Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise, its continuing mission to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilisations, to boldly go where no-one has gone before.” With a collection of more than 250 Star Trek books, Rick hopes one day to write one himself, even if it is never published.