Lora Johnson, formerly known as Shane Johnson, is an American author best known for the novel , as well as several critically acclaimed and award-winning books. Ice
Her list of work includes numerous
reference books including Star Trek , the Mr. Scott's Guide to the Enterprise Star Trek:The Next Generation Technical Journal and . She also authored the Worlds of the Federation Star Wars Technical Journal and contributed to the canon of the universe. She is an historian of US spaceflights and was a design consultant on HBO's Star Wars mini-series. From the Earth to the Moon She created the  Virtual Alamo interactive online exhibit for the University of Texas at Arlington.
Gender transition [ edit ]
After suffering from severe and debilitating stress-related health problems that nearly ended her life, Johnson dropped out of the public eye in 2005 and in 2008 began official transition from
male to female. She has also since had corrected all legal documentation to reflect her transition. 
Partial bibliography [ edit ]
Johnson, Shane (March 1985). Blueprinting The Science Fiction Universes. New Media Books.
Johnson, Shane (April 1987). The Worlds of the Federation. Pocket Books. ISBN 978-0-671-66989-8.
Johnson, Shane (July 1, 1987). Mr. Scott's Guide to the Enterprise. Pocket Books. ISBN 978-0-671-63576-3.
Johnson, Shane (June 24, 1996). "Star Wars" Technical Journal. Boxtree Ltd. ISBN 978-0-7522-0391-1.
Johnson, Shane (February 20, 2001). The Last Guardian. WaterBrook Press. ISBN 978-1-57856-367-8.
Johnson, Shane (July 16, 2002). Ice. WaterBrook Press. ISBN 978-1-57856-548-1.
Johnson, Shane (November 1, 2003). Chayatocha. Barbour Publishing. ISBN 978-1-59310-051-3.
Johnson, Shane (September 21, 2004). A Form of Godliness. WaterBrook Press. ISBN 978-1-57856-549-8.
Johnson, Shane (May 1, 2007). The Demas Revelation. David C. Cook. ISBN 978-1-58919-090-0.
Chayatocha received the Best of 2003 award from Christian Fiction Review magazine. Two of her novels,  , and Ice The Last Guardian were also Christy Award finalists.  
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