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New article in STAR TREK MAGAZINE #23

Over on the TrekBBSStar Trek Magazine editor Paul Simpson has just announced the contents of the upcoming issue #23, including a new article by yours truly:

This issue we concentrate on the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, with interviews with Walter Koenig, producer Jon Povill and story creator Alan Dean Foster. Christopher L. Bennett wonders how Star Trek would have continued had TMP been a success, while Scott Pearson compares and contrasts the first and fifth movies.

There’s an excerpt from S.D. Perry and Britta Dennison’s new novel Inception, featuring both Carol Marcus and Jim Kirk (plus one of his old flames) as well as reviews of the latest comics from IDW, as well as a detailed examination of the three different versions of the Star Trek movie…

And for fans of the movie (particularly those who would like to see what the engine room would have looked like, had different decisions been made) there’s the second and final supplement of extra material to complement the Art of The Movie book from Titan.

All this available technically from December 22nd in North America, and from New Year’s Eve in the UK…

Hey, this is my first blog post announcing a new project!  Plenty more to come in the future, I hope…

This is also the first time I’ve had articles in two consecutive ST Mag issues, another situation that I hope will repeat itself.

Here’s the link to the ST Mag site, though it’s still showing issue 22 for the moment (but then, I’m in that one too!):


  1. December 31, 2009 at 7:50 pm

    Phat article, great looking blog, added it to my favs.

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