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List of original audiobooks, gamebooks, parodies, photo comics, and picture books based on Star Trek and it's spin-offs, as well as fictional references, manuals, and biographies written with an in-universe perspective.

Fictional works have been published by Simon & Schuster, Titan Books, and by souvenir book publisher Insight Editions. Other publishers include: Random House, St. Martin's Press, Running Press, and Cedar Mill.[1][2]

Key:
All novels published as paperback editions, except where indicated.
Hardcover first edition.
^
Children's or young adult book.
Teal
Book line or flagship series name.
Navy
Miniseries name.
ed.
Omnibus or anthology editor(s).
et al.
Multiple authors, see note.

Random House (1975–2019)[edit]

Random House and its imprints, such as Ballantine, Bantam, and Eagle Moss, have published fictional works based on Star Trek since 1975.

Star Fleet manuals (1975–1977)[edit]

The Star Fleet manuals were fan-produced, self-published works, later reprinted by Ballantine Books. The self-published editions did not include any uses of the Star Trek name. Joseph's Technical Manual served as the basis for the Star Fleet Universe series of games published by Task Force Games.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
Star Fleet Technical Manual Franz Joseph June 1975 0-345-24730-2
Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual Doug Drexler and Anthony Fredrickson October 1977 0-345-27473-3

Star Trek Pop Up (1977)[edit]

Four-page children's pop-up books published by Random House Merchandising. The books were printed and assembled in Brazil.

Title Author Date ISBN
Giant in the Universe †^ Kay Wood January 1977 0-394-83556-5
Trillions of Trilligs †^ 0-394-83558-1

Star Trek Fotonovel (1977–78)[edit]

Star Trek Fotonovel series is a sequence of photo comics adaptations of twelve episodes of Star Trek published by Bantam Books. Each volume contains full-color stills taken from the film master of the adapted episode. Completed pages include comics-style speech and scene bubbles. Mandala Productions, who produced the series for Bantam, said each volume are "accurate and faithful recreations" of the episodes.[3] The series was cancelled after twelve books due to poor sales.[4]

No. Title Author(s) Date ISBN
1 City on the Edge of Forever Harlan Ellison November 1977 0-553-11345-3
2 Where No Man Has Gone Before Samuel A. Peeples 0-553-11346-1
3 The Trouble With Tribbles David Gerrold December 1977 0-553-11347-X
4 A Taste of Armageddon Robert Hamner and Gene L. Coon January 1978 0-553-11348-8
5 Metamorphosis Gene L. Coon February 1978 0-553-11349-6
6 All Our Yesterdays Jean Lisette Aroeste March 1978 0-553-11350-X
7 The Galileo 7 Oliver Crawford and S. Bar-David May 1978 0-553-12041-7
8 A Piece of the Action David P. Harmon and Gene L. Coon June 1978 0-553-12022-0
9 The Devil in the Dark Gene L. Coon July 1978 0-553-12021-2
10 Day of the Dove Jerome Bixby August 1978 0-553-12017-4
11 The Deadly Years David P. Harmon September 1978 0-553-12028-X
12 Amok Time Theodore Sturgeon October 1978 0-553-12012-3

The Visual Dictionary (2013)[edit]

Star Trek: The Visual Dictionary (2013) is an illustrated dictionary of Star Trek terms aimed at young adults. The contents are a mix of in-universe and non-fiction prose. Written by Paul Ruditis. Introduction was written by John de Lancie. Published by DK.

Title Author Date ISBN
Star Trek: The Visual Dictionary Paul Ruditis March 18, 2013 978-1-4654-0337-7

What Would Captain… guides (2016–17)[edit]

Guidebooks aimed at middle-grade readers exploring common life questions from the perspective of captains of the Enterprise. Written by Brandon T. Snider. Published by Mad Libs's Price Stern Sloan.

Title Author Date ISBN
What Would Captain Kirk Do? Brandon T. Snider May 17, 2016 978-0-399-53954-1
What Would Captain Picard Do? May 16, 2017 978-0-515-15714-7

Shipyards (2018–present)[edit]

Star Trek: Shipyards references bind up manuals and schematics created for the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection from Eagle Moss. Published by imprint Hero Collector.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
Starfleet Ships 2151-2293 Ben Robinson and Marcus Riley September 25, 2018 978-1-85875-522-9
Starfleet Ships 2294 to the Future November 13, 2018 978-1-85875-530-4
The Klingon Fleet Ben Robinson, Marcus Riley,
  and Matt McAllister
June 4, 2019 978-1-85875-539-7
Federation Members Ben Robinson and Marcus Riley November 19, 2019[5] 978-1-85875-576-2

Little Golden Books (2019)[edit]

Children's picture books published as part of the long-running Little Golden Books series by Random House Children's Books.[6]

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
I am Captain Kirk †^ Frank Berrios and Ethen Beavers January 8, 2019 978-1-9848-2973-3
I am Mr. Spock †^ Ethen Beavers and Elizabeth Schaefer 978-1-9848-2975-7
Too Many Tribbles! †^ Frank Berrios and Ethen Beavers July 2, 2019 978-1-9848-4800-0

Illustrated Handbooks (2019–present)[edit]

Illustrated references collecting and updating selections from Star Trek Fact Files, as well as new material. Similar to other illustrated works, the contents are a mix of in-universe and non-fiction prose. The series is linked with the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection from Eagle Moss. Published by Hero Collector.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 and 1701-A Illustrated Handbook[a]
  (Star Trek)
Ben Robinson, Marcus Riley,
  and Simon Hugo
October 15, 2019 978-1-85875-578-6
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D Illustrated Handbook
  (The Next Generation)
Ben Robinson and Marcus Riley July 9, 2019 978-1-85875-540-3
The U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656 Illustrated Handbook (forthcoming)
  (Voyager)
Ben Robinson April 28, 2020[7] 978-1-85875-612-7

Simon & Schuster (1979–2015)[edit]

`Pocket Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster's, has published licensed tie-ins and other works for Star Trek since 1979.[1][8] Simon & Schuster imprints Wanderer, Archway, Simon & Schuster For Boys, and Simon & Schuster Audioworks, have also published fictional works.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
Spaceflight Chronology (reference) Stan Goldstein and Fred Goldstein December 1979 0-671-79089-7
Mr. Scott's Guide to the Enterprise (reference) Steve Johnson November 1987 0-671-63576-X
The Worlds of the Federation (reference) August 1989 0-671-66989-3
Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual Rick Sternbach and Michael Okuda November 1991 0-671-70427-3
Star Trek Chronology (reference) Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda April 1993 0-671-79611-9
The Ferengi Rules of Acquisition (reference)
  (Deep Space Nine)
Ira Steven Behr[b] July 1995 0-671-52936-6
Star Trek Chronology, rev. ed. (reference) Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda November 1996 0-671-53610-9
Q's Guide to the Continuum (reference) Michael Jan Friedman and Robert Greenberger September 1998 0-671-01948-1
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Herman Zimmerman, Doug Drexler and Rick Sternbach October 1998 0-671-01563-X
Star Trek Cookbook (reference) Ethan Phillips and William J. Birnes January 1999 0-671-00022-5
Adventures in Time and Space (anthology) Mary P. Taylor, ed. August 1999 0-671-03415-4
New Worlds, New Civilizations † (anthology) Michael Jan Friedman November 1999 0-671-88103-5
The Klingon Hamlet (reprint) Lawrence Schoen, et al.[c] February 2000 0-671-03578-9
Star Trek Celebrations (reference) Maureen McTigue September 2001 0-7434-1773-9
Starship Spotter (reference) Adam Lebowitz and Robert Bonchune November 20001 0-7434-3725-X
The Hologram's Handbook (reference)
  (Voyager)
Robert Picardo April 9, 2002 0-7434-3791-8
The Starfleet Survival Guide (manual) David Mack September 17, 2002 0-7434-1842-5
Star Charts (atlas) Geoffrey Mandel October 8, 2002 0-7434-3770-5
Ships of the Line[i] † (reference) Michael Okuda November 7, 2006 1-4165-3243-9
A Very Klingon Khristmas[d] †^ (picture book) Paul Ruditis October 29, 2013 978-1-4767-4680-7
The Klingon Art of War[d] † (reference) Keith DeCandido May 6, 2014 978-1-4767-5739-1

Film photo comics (1980–1982)[edit]

Adaptations marketed as "The Photostory" of the each film. Edited by Richard J. Anibole, and published by Pocket Books. The Motion Picture contains full-color photographic reproductions of scenes, with comics-style speech and action bubbles. The Wrath of Khan adaptation contains black and white stills, with simple text descriptions on each panel.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
Star Trek: The Motion Picture: The Photostory Richard J. Anibole April 1980 0-671-83089-9
The Wrath of Khan Photostory August 1982 0-671-45912-0

Film tie-ins for children (1982–1996)[edit]

Children's tie-ins based on the film series. Published by Wanderer, Archway, Paula Weiss, and Pocket Books.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
Star Trek II: Biographies ^ (anthology) William Rotsler December 1982 0-671-46391-8
Distress Call ^ (gamebook)
  (Star Trek II)
December 1982 0-671-46389-6
The Vulcan Treasure ^ (gamebook)
  (Star Trek III)
William Rotsler and Wendy Barish May 1984 0-671-50138-0
The Borg[ii] ^ (picture book)
  (First Contact)
Teresa Reed December 1996 0-689-80897-6
Breaking the Barrier ^ (picture book)
  (First Contact)
0-689-80898-4
First Contact: The Movie Storybook ^ (picture book) Jane B. Mason 0-689-80899-2

Which Way Books (1984–1986)[edit]

The Which Way Books gamebook series includes two volumes based on Star Trek. Published by Archway.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
Voyage to Adventure ^
  (Which Way Books, Book 15)
Michael J. Dodge May 1984 0-671-62492-X
Phaser Fight ^
  (Which Way Books, Book 24)
Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel December 1986 0-671-63248-5

Klingon language instruction (1985–1993)[edit]

Works by Klingon language creator Marc Okrand.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
The Klingon Dictionary (reference) Marc Okrand December 1985 0-671-54349-0
Conversational Klingon (audio) October 1992 0-671-79739-5 (cassette)
Power Klingon (audio) Barry Levin and Marc Okrand,
  with Michael Dorn
October 1993 0-671-87975-8 (cassette)
The Klingon Way (reference) Marc Okrand May 1996 0-671-53755-5
Klingon for the Galactic Traveler (reference) September 1997 0-671-00995-8

A Captain Sulu Adventure (1994–95)[edit]

Star Trek: A Captain Sulu Adventure is a series of original audiobooks featuring George Takei as the titular character, Hikaru Sulu, captain of the USS Excelsior. Published by Simon & Schuster Audioworks.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN (cassete) ISBN (CD)
Transformations David Stern February 1994 0-671-86438-6 0-671-88624-X
Cacophony J.J. Molloy September 1994 0-671-85331-7 0-671-52286-8
Envoy L.A. Graf April 1995 0-671-52141-1 0-671-52286-8

Interactive movie dramatizations (1996)[edit]

Audio dramatizations of interactive movie video games published by Simon & Schuster:

Title Author Date ISBN (cassete) ISBN (CD)
Star Trek: Klingon[e][iii] Hilary Bader August 1996 0-671-57369-1 0-671-57503-1
Star Trek: Borg[f][ii] December 1996 0-671-57491-4 0-671-57502-3

Spock vs. Q (1999–2000)[edit]

Star Trek: Spock vs. Q is a set of audio dramatizations produced by Alien Voices, starring Leonard Nimoy and John de Lancie as the titular characters.[9]

Title Author Date ISBN (cassete) ISBN (CD)
Spock vs. Q Cecelia Fannon November 1999 0-671-04581-4 0-671-04583-0
Spock vs. Q: The Sequel December 2000 0-7435-0702-9 0-7435-0703-7

Warped (2015)[edit]

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Warped (2015) is a parody and satirical "episode guide" of The Next Generation's fictional eighth season.[10] Written by Mike McMahan, the creator of Star Trek: Lower Decks. The guide was based on posts made to the @TNG_S8 Twitter account.

Title Author Date ISBN
Warped[iv]
  (The Next Generation)
Mike McMahan October 13, 2015 978-1-4767-7905-8

IDW Publishing (2013–2019)[edit]

IDW Publishing has published Star Trek comics and graphic novels since 2007.

Strange New Worlds (2013)[edit]

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is a single-issue photo comic, produced by Byrne as an experiment with the medium.[11] The goal was to create a "lost episode" cut together from other episodes.[12] Published as the Star Trek Annual 2013, and later collected in New Visions, Vol. 1. Strange New Worlds is a sequel to the episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before".

Issue Issue Date
Star Trek Annual 2013 December 12, 2013

New Visions (2013–2019)[edit]

Star Trek: New Visions is a photo comic series which utilized imagery from Star Trek to create new stories. Stills from episodes were manipulated using modern photo editing software tools and effects.[12] Each completed frame is original to the comics. Byrne's intention was for characters, settings, and action, to be seamless, regardless of the image's source. All issues were written by John Byrne, and published by IDW Publishing.[12][11]

No. Issue Issue Date[13] Collection Date[14] ISBN
Strange New Worlds[g] (annual) December 11, 2013 New Visions, Vol. 1 October 21, 2014 978-1-63140-039-1
1 The Mirror, Cracked[h] May 14, 2014
2 Time's Echo[i] August 6, 2014
3 Cry Vengeance October 22, 2014 New Visions, Vol. 2 June 30, 2015 978-1-63140-367-5
4 Made Out of Mudd December 17, 2014
5 A Scent of Ghosts March 4, 2015
6 Resistance May 13, 2015 New Visions, Vol. 3 March 8, 2016 978-1-63140-536-5
7 1971/4860.2 July 8, 2015
8 The Survival Equation September 9, 2015
More of the Serpent Than the Dove
  (special issue)
Humble Star Trek Comics Bundle June 29, 2016
9 The Hollow Man November 4, 2015 New Visions, Vol. 4 December 27, 2016 978-1-63140-805-2
10 Mister Chekov January 6, 2016
11 Of Woman Born May 6, 2016
12 Swarm September 21, 2016 New Visions, Vol. 5 September 5, 2017 978-1-68405-088-8
13 The Hidden Face December 7, 2016
14 Sam February 1, 2017
15 The Traveler April 19, 2017 New Visions, Vol. 6 January 30, 2018 978-1-68405-176-2
16 Time Out of Joint June 7, 2017
17 All the Ages Frozen August 2, 2017
18 What Pain It Is to Drown October 11, 2017 New Visions, Vol. 7 August 21, 2018 978-1-68405-280-6
19 The Hunger December 20, 2017
20 Isolation February 7, 2018
21 The Enemy of My Enemy April 11, 2018 New Visions, Vol. 8 February 6, 2019 978-1-68405-377-3
22 An Unexpected Yesterday July 4, 2018
The Cage (special issue) July 13, 2016

Numbered issues were published from 2014 to 2018. Collections were published in trade paperback format from 2014 to 2019. "The Cage" (2016) special issue was published between Issues 11 and 12, and was collected in Vol. 8.

Other works[edit]

Below is an incomplete list of fictional works based on Star Trek:

Title Author Publisher Date ISBN
Fun with Kirk and Spock †^ (parody) Robb Pearlman Cedar Mill Press July 29, 2014 978-1-60433-476-0
Redshirt’s Little Book of Doom † (picture book) Insight Editions July 19, 2016 978-1-60887-736-2
Search for Spock[v] †^ (puzzle book) Cedar Mill Press November 7, 2017 978-1-60433-734-1
Body by Starfleet † (manual) Running Press December 3, 2019[15] 978-0-7624-9577-1
Kirk Fu Manual † (manual) Dayton Ward Insight Editions March 3, 2020[16] 978-1-68383-521-9

Star Trek Maps (1980)[edit]

Star Trek Maps (1980) is a box set of maps and instructional booklet demonstrating the fictional stellar cartography and navigation system as seen on episodes of Star Trek and in The Motion Picture. Designed by Jeffrey Maynard, with contributions from Rick Sternbach, and Geoffrey Mandel, who would design Star Charts in 2003. Larry Nemecek made uncredited contributions, and utilized Maps's design language for the fold-out maps included with Stellar Cartography (2013).

Title Author(s) Publisher Date ISBN
Star Trek Maps (box set) Jeffrey Maynard, et al.[j] Bantam Books August 1980 0-553-01202-9

The Klingon Hamlet (1996–2000)[edit]

Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: The Restored Klingon Version (1996) is a Klingon language reference translation of William Shakespeare's Hamlet. Also known as The Tragedy of Khamlet, Son of the Emperor of Qo'noS. Published as a limited edition by the Klingon Language Institute in 1996. Retitled The Klingon Hamlet in 2000 by Pocket Books.

Title Author(s) Publisher Date ISBN
Hamlet, The Prince of Denmark:
     The Restored Klingon Version
Mark Shoulson, ed.[k] Klingon Language Institute March 1996 0-9644345-1-2
The Klingon Hamlet (reprint) Lawrence Schoen, et al.[c] Pocket Books February 2000 0-671-03578-9

Federation: The First 150 Years (2012–13)[edit]

Star Trek: Federation: The First 150 Years (2012) is a limited edition fictional reference published by 47North and becker&mayer!, which included an audio introduction by George Takei. Written by David A. Goodman. Titan Books released a reprint of the book in 2013.

Title Author Publisher Date ISBN
Federation: The First 150 Years † (limited) David A. Goodman becker&mayer! / 47North December 4, 2012 978-1-61218-417-3
Federation: The First 150 Years † (reprint) Titan Books October 8, 2013 978-1-78116-915-5

Stellar Cartography (2013)[edit]

Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library (2013) is a box set of maps and charts which expand on Star Charts (2003) and Star Trek Maps (1980). Produced and written by Larry Nemecek, with art by Allie Ries, Ian Fullwood, and Geoffrey Mandel. A revised edition, with new material, was published in 2018.

Title Author Publisher Date ISBN
Stellar Cartography[d] (box set) Larry Nemecek becker&mayer! / 47North December 3, 2013 978-1-4778-0597-8
Stellar Cartography, rev. ed. (box set) Epik Ink October 9, 2018 978-0-7603-6381-2

The Autobiography of… series (2015–present)[edit]

Fictional autobiographies written in a novelized format. A new entry in the series was announced at the Destination Star Trek 2019 convention in Birmingham, to be written by Una McCormack.[17] The

Title Author(s) Publisher Date ISBN
The Autobiography of James T. Kirk[d] David A. Goodman[l] Titan Books September 11, 2015 978-1-78329-746-7
The Autobiography of Jean-Luc Picard October 17, 2017 978-1-78565-465-7
The Autobiography of Katherine Janeway (forthcoming) Una McCormack[l] July 14, 2020 [17][18] 978-1-78909-479-4
The Autobiography of Mr. Spock (forthcoming) David A. Goodman September 8, 2020[m] 978-1-78565-466-4

Hidden Universe Travel Guides (2016–17)[edit]

Hidden Universe Travel Guides is an ongoing series of illustrated fictional, in-universe, reference works. Two volumes feature Star Trek settings, compiled and edited by Dayton Ward. New material was created for both guides.[19]

Title Author Publisher Date ISBN
Vulcan[vi] Dayton Ward Insight Editions July 29, 2016 978-1-60887-520-7
The Klingon Empire[n][vii] July 11, 2017 978-1-60887-519-1

Star Trek Cats (2017–18)[edit]

Star Trek Cats is a series of picture books which depict the crew of the Enterprise as house cats. Written by Jenny Parks. Published by Chronicle Books.

Title Author Publisher Date ISBN
Star Trek Cats Jenny Parks Chronicle Books February 28, 2017 978-1-4521-5841-9
Star Trek Cats: The Next Generation March 27, 2018 978-1-4521-6762-6

Unlicensed works[edit]

Below is an incomplete list of notable unlicensed works:

The Doctor and the Enterprise (1989)[edit]

The Doctor and the Enterprise is an unlicensed Doctor Who and Star Trek crossover novel written by Jean Airey, first published in 1991 by R & R, a Star Trek fanzine.[20] It was reprinted by Zeta Minor in 1982, and Enterprise in 1984, both fanzines.[21][22] An altered version of the novel was published by Pioneer Press in 1989. Airey objected to Pioneer's alterations which removed all references to Kirk and Spock.[23]

Title Author Date Publisher ISBN
The Doctor and the Enterprise Jean Airey November 1989 Pioneer Books 1-55698-218-6

Star Wreck (1992–1994)[edit]

Star Wreck is a series of unlicensed parody novels written by Leah Rewolinski, with illustrations by Harry Trumbore. Published by St. Martin's Press.

No. Title Author Publisher Date ISBN
1 The Generation Gap[o] Leah Rewolinski St. Martin's Press January 1992 0-312-92802-5
2 The Attack of the Jargonites 0-312-92737-1
3 Time Warped October 1992 0-312-92891-2
4 Live Long and Profit April 1993 0-312-92985-4
5 The Undiscovered Nursing Home September 1993 0-312-95122-1
6 Geek Space Nine April 1994 0-312-95223-6
7 Space, the Fido Frontier December 1994 0-312-95362-3

Treks Not Taken (1996–1998)[edit]

Treks Not Taken (1996) is an unlicensed anthology by Steven R. Boyett marketed as a collection of Star Trek stories by popular writers. Boyett parodied the style of selected writers. Originally published as a limited edition by Sneaker Press in 1996, and later reprinted by HarperCollins in 1998.

Title Author Publisher Date ISBN
Treks Not Taken (limited) Steven R. Boyett Sneaker Press August 1996 1-882813-05-7
Treks Not Taken (reprint) HarperCollins August 1998 0-06-095276-8

Unpublished works[edit]

Below is an incomplete list of unpublished fictional works:

Tentative Title Author(s) Publisher Scheduled Ref(s)
Mr. Spock's Guide to Vulcan (fictional reference) Gene Roddenberry, et al.[p] Bantam Books 1980–81 [24][25]
U.S.S. Enterprise Officer's Date Book (guidebook) Unknown [8]
Unseen Frontier (fictional reference) Adam Lebowitz and Robert Bonchune Pocket Books 2002–03 [25]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Does not include The Original Series subtitle on the book cover or the front matter.
  2. ^ As by Quark, a resident of the Deep Space Nine station, as told to Ira Steven Behr.
  3. ^ a b As by William Shakespeare, with translation by Nick Nicholas, Andrew Strader, and with Mark Shoulson, Will Martin and d'Armond Speers, editors, and Lawrence Schoen and Sarah Ekstrom, designers.
  4. ^ a b c d Book design and production by becker&mayer!, an imprint of The Quarto Group.
  5. ^ Audio dramatization of Star Trek: Klingon (1996), an interactive movie game developed by Simon & Schuster Interactive.
  6. ^ Audio dramatization of Star Trek: Borg (1996), an interactive movie game developed by Simon & Schuster Interactive.
  7. ^ Originally published as Star Trek Annual 2013.
  8. ^ Star Trek: New Visions, Issue 1 (2014) was assigned ISBN 978-1-63140-002-5.
  9. ^ Star Trek: New Visions, Issue 2 (2014) was assigned ISBN 978-1-63140-119-0.
  10. ^ Star Trek Maps (1980) by Jeffrey Maynard, designer, Michael McMaster, Geoffrey Mandel, Lee Cole, Michael Nicastre, Rick Sternbach, and John Upton, artists.
  11. ^ As by William Shakespeare, Mark Shoulson, editor, with Nick Nicholaus and Andrew Strader, translators.
  12. ^ a b Credited as editor.
  13. ^ Date of release is from Overdrive, and may not reflect the actual date of release.
  14. ^ Published as Qo’noS and the Klingon Empire in the United Kingdom and Australia.
  15. ^ Books In Print contains an incomplete record for The Generation Gap, by Leah Rewolinksi, dated to October 1990 (ISBN 0-312-92359-7).
  16. ^ Mr. Spock's Guide to Vulcan has been attributed to Gene Roddenberry, Leonard Nimoy, Susan Sackett, Jacqueline Lichtenberg, Joan Winston, and to co-writers Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath, by various sources. No publisher solicitations or library notices are known to exist.

Similarly named works[edit]

  1. ^ Similarly named works: Ship of the Line (1997), novel by Diane Carey, and Ships of the Line (2006), reference by Michael Okuda.
  2. ^ a b Similarly named works: Borg (1996), audio dramatization by Hilary Bader, and First Contact: The Borg (1994), children's picture book by Teresa Reed.
  3. ^ Similarly named works: Klingon (1996), audio dramatization by Hilary Bader, and Klingon (1996), novelization Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch.
  4. ^ Similarly named works: Deep Space Nine: Warped (1995), novel by K. W. Jeter, and The Next Generation: Warped (2015), parody by Mike McMahan.
  5. ^ Similarly named works: The Search for Spock (1984), novelization by Vonda N. McIntyre, and Search for Spock (2017), puzzle book by Robb Pearlman.
  6. ^ Similarly named works: Vulcan!, novel by Kathleen Sky, and Hidden Universe – Star Trek: Vulcan, fictional reference by Dayton Ward.
  7. ^ Similarly named works: Klingon Empire (2008), series by Keith DeCandido, and Hidden Universe – Star Trek: The Klingon Empire (2017), fictional reference by Dayton Ward.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Ayers, Jeff (November 14, 2006). Voyages of the Imagination: The Star Trek Fiction Companion. New York: Pocket Books. ISBN 9781416503491.
  2. ^ Svetkey, Benjamin (September 27, 1991). "Books on Star Trek". EW.com. Retrieved March 3, 2010.
  3. ^ Ellison, Harlan (July 1977). The City on the Edge of Forever. New York: Bantam Books. Preface: "Dear Reader". ISBN 9780553113457.
  4. ^ Biggers, Cliff (December 11, 2013). Ryall, Chris (ed.). "Video Killed the Fotonovel Star". Star Trek Annual 2013. San Diego: IDW Publishing. pp. 44–47.
  5. ^ Robinson, Ben; Riley, Marcus (November 19, 2019). Federation Members. Star Trek: Shipyards. New York: Hero Collector. ISBN 9781858755762. Retrieved October 26, 2019.
  6. ^ "Spock & Kirk Get Little Golden Books Treatment". Star Trek. July 27, 2018. Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  7. ^ Robinson, Ben (April 28, 2020). Star Trek: The U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656 Illustrated Handbook by Ben Robinson. New York: Hero Collector. ISBN 9781858756127. Retrieved October 31, 2019.
  8. ^ a b McNeese, Gretchen (January 1980). ""Star Trek's" Enterprising Return". Playboy. Vol. 27 no. 1. p. 310.
  9. ^ "Alien Voices Unofficial Web Site". maryjensen.tripod.com. Retrieved January 7, 2019.
  10. ^ "Title: Warped: An Engaging Guide to the Never-Aired 8th Season". ISFDB. Retrieved March 31, 2019.
  11. ^ a b "John Byrne goes to "Strange New Worlds" with Star Trek Annual 2013!". www.idwpublishing.com. September 6, 2013. Retrieved March 9, 2019.
  12. ^ a b c Biggers, Cliff (December 11, 2013). Ryall, Chris (ed.). "Interview with John Byrne". Star Trek Annual 2013. San Diego: IDW Publishing. pp. 48–49.
  13. ^ "Series :: Star Trek: New Visions". www.comics.org. Retrieved March 9, 2019.
  14. ^ "Series :: Star Trek: New Visions". www.comics.org. Retrieved March 12, 2019.
  15. ^ Pearlman, Robb (December 3, 2019). Body by Starfleet. Star Trek. New York: Running Press. ISBN 9780762495757. Retrieved August 5, 2019.
  16. ^ Ward, Dayton; Cornia, Christian (March 3, 2020). Kirk Fu Manual: A Guide to Starfleet's Most Feared Martial Art. Star Trek. San Rafel, California: Insight Editions. ISBN 9781683835219. Retrieved August 27, 2019.
  17. ^ a b "Titan Books Announces Kathryn Janeway Autobiography". Star Trek. October 26, 2019. Retrieved October 27, 2019.
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