Things I Think About When Reading Old School Star Trek Books If outer space doesn’t look like these 1970’s painted covers, I’m not sure I’m interested in going. I like the idea of being a “friend of Star Trek” even more than being a fan. Being a Trekkie in the 70s WAS like being in a fun, friendly cult. Without all the Kool-Aid and going clear. I was always a Trekkie, not a Trekker, much to the dismay of my Trekker friends. It felt like Trekkies were so…
It’s in! My newest Star Trek masterpiece – Star Trek: Enterprise! 30 pages of Enterprise facts and a cool light-up ship!
LOL, okay, they don’t namecheck me, but they do talk about my books … as well as my buddy Paul’s upcoming and current books. Check out this great article about the current Star Trek publishing trends!
Saw my STAR TREK: PHASER book at Barnes & Noble next to the Doctor Who and Superman books! So exciting! I’d love to do a mini-book kit for Who, so perhaps the licensed publishing gods will be kind!
Wow! What a nice article on my next book due in the fall! Thanks, STARTREK.COM!
It’s been such a year! I can’t begin to express my gratitude for all the awesome things that happened this year. And then some not so good things, too. All in all, a year. And even if I HAD an atavachron, I don’t think I’d go back and change anything.
I am overwhelmed! OWST continues to be on geek gift lists all over the place – Today I found out I was at Geek Sugar and the Wireless Catalog! Nice!
LOL – But this is pretty awesome – Obsessed With Star Trek made Ain’t It Cool News’ Gift Guide! See the coolness here!
So, in a week where a new generation’s Spock comes out of the closet (and bravo, Mr. Quinto! Welcome aboard!) my mom sends me a totally awesome birthday card: What makes it awesome, you have to understand, is that my obsession with Star Trek was partly fueled by the fact Mom thought I was wasting time watching such a “silly TV program.” Sci-fi has simply never been her thing. She was far more into sitcoms and prime-time soap operas like Dallas (and now pro wrestling,…
So, many eons ago (or Yesteryear, if you have access to the Guardian of Forever) I worked for the design company doing designs for Star Trek trading cards and the Original Series Collectible Card Game. In the development process, we came across images of crewmen extras who weren’t credited as having names in the show. But we couldn’t put “Ensign Joe” on the cards. So, to be fair, we threw employees of our company, Fleer/Skybox and Viacom into a drawing and would pick random names…