List of Star Trek novels
Available Light (2019) by Dayton Ward
|No. of books||840 (estimated)|
Star Trek has a fifty-two year history of tie-in fiction, beginning with the 1967 publication of James Blish's Star Trek 1.[a] As of March 2019[update], approximately 840 novels, short story anthologies, novelizations, and omnibus editions, have been published.
Novels based on The Original Series, The Next Generation, Voyager, and Discovery, are currently in print. Novels based on Deep Space Nine and Enterprise were published as recently as 2017. Original concept series such as Prometheus, New Frontier, Titan, Section 31, Seekers, and Vanguard, have been published since 1994.
Current publishers of licensed tie-in and original fiction are Simon & Schuster, via the Gallery and Pocket Books imprints, and Titan Books. Random House is currently publishing a trio of children's picture books based on The Original Series as part of the Little Golden Books series. Bantam Books published licensed fiction from 1967 to 1991. Other past publishers include: Western Publishing, Ballantine Books, and the Science Fiction Book Club.
- 1 Bantam Books (1967–1991)
- 2 Ballantine Books (1974–1996)
- 3 Random House (1977–present)
- 4 Simon & Schuster (1979–present)
- 4.1 Star Trek (1979–present)
- 4.1.1 Film novelizations (1979–1992)
- 4.1.2 Original novels (1979–present)
- 4.1.3 Duty, Honor, Redemption (1982–2004)
- 4.1.4 Film tie-ins for children (1982–1984)
- 4.1.5 The Hand of Kahless (1984–2004)
- 4.1.6 Which Way Books (1984–1986)
- 4.1.7 Rihannsu (1984-2006)
- 4.1.8 Worlds in Collision (1988–2003)
- 4.1.9 Sand and Stars (1988–2004)
- 4.1.10 The Lost Years (1989–1995)
- 4.1.11 Starfleet Academy (1996)
- 4.1.12 My Brother's Keeper (1999)
- 4.1.13 New Earth (2000)
- 4.1.14 The Eugenics Wars (2001–2005)
- 4.1.15 The Janus Gate (2002)
- 4.1.16 Errand of Vengeance (2002)
- 4.1.17 Vulcan's Soul (2004–2007)
- 4.1.18 Errand of Fury (2005–2008)
- 4.1.19 Mere Anarchy (2006–07)
- 4.1.20 Crucible (2006–07)
- 4.1.21 The Continuing Missions (2012–13)
- 4.1.22 Legacies (2016)
- 4.2 The Next Generation (1988–present)
- 4.2.1 Episode novelizations (1987–1994)
- 4.2.2 Original novels (1988–2003)
- 4.2.3 Pantheon (1991–2003)
- 4.2.4 Imzadi Forever (1992–2003)
- 4.2.5 Starfleet Academy (1993–1998)
- 4.2.6 Film novelizations (1994–2002)
- 4.2.7 Young adult novelizations (1994–2002)
- 4.2.8 Film tie-ins for children (1996)
- 4.2.9 The Q Continuum (1998)
- 4.2.10 Double Helix (1999—2002)
- 4.2.11 Genesis Wave (2000–2003)
- 4.2.12 A Time to… (2004)
- 4.2.13 Relaunch novels (2005–present)
- 4.2.14 Slings and Arrows (2007–08)
- 4.2.15 Cold Equations (2012)
- 4.2.16 Warped (2015)
- 4.3 Deep Space Nine (1993–2017)
- 4.4 Original audiobooks (1994–2000)
- 4.5 Crossover novels (1994–2017)
- 4.6 Voyager (1995–present)
- 4.7 Star Trek Log reprint (1995)
- 4.8 Shatner concept series (1995–2007)
- 4.9 Video game novelizations (1996–97)
- 4.10 New Frontier (1997–2015)
- 4.11 Strange New Worlds (1998–2016)
- 4.12 Corps of Engineers (2000–2010)
- 4.13 Challenger (2001)
- 4.14 Enterprise (2001–2017)
- 4.15 Stargazer (2002–2004)
- 4.16 The Lost Era (2003–2014)
- 4.17 Signature Edition (2003–04)
- 4.18 I.K.S Gorkon (2003–2005)
- 4.19 Titan (2005–2017)
- 4.20 Vanguard (2005–2012)
- 4.21 Mirror Universe (2007–2009)
- 4.22 Academy (2007)
- 4.23 Excelsior (2007)
- 4.24 Klingon Empire (2008)
- 4.25 Terok Nor (2008)
- 4.26 Myriad Universes (2008–2010)
- 4.27 Destiny (2008)
- 4.28 Reboot (Kelvin Timeline) (2009–2013)
- 4.29 Star Trek Online (2010)
- 4.30 Typhon Pact (2010–2013)
- 4.31 Department of Temporal Investigations (2011–2017)
- 4.32 The Fall (2013–14)
- 4.33 Seekers (2014–15)
- 4.34 Prey (2016)
- 4.35 Discovery (2017–present)
- 4.36 Unpublished novels
- 4.1 Star Trek (1979–present)
- 5 Titan Books (2013–present)
- 6 Other licensed works
- 7 See also
- 8 Notes
- 9 References
- 10 External links
Bantam Books (1967–1991)
|All novels published as paperback editions, except where indicated.|
Episode novelizations (1967–1994)
Star Trek [b] is a numbered series of episode novelizations written by James Blish and J.A. Lawrence. Mudd's Angels (1978) includes the original novella The Business, As Usual, During Altercations, and the novelizations of "Mudd's Women" and "I, Mudd".The Day of the Dove (1985) is a variant of Star Trek 11 (1975). Mudd's Enterprise (1994) is a variant of Mudd's Angels.
|Title||Author(s)||Date||Catalog / ISBN|
|Star Trek||James Blish||January 1967||F3459|
|Star Trek 2||February 1968||F3439|
|Star Trek 3||April 1969||F4371|
|Star Trek 4||July 1971||S7009|
|Star Trek 5||February 1972||S7300|
|Star Trek 6||April 1972||S7364|
|Star Trek 7||July 1972||S7480|
|Star Trek 8||November 1972||SP7550|
|Star Trek 9||August 1973||SP7808|
|Star Trek 10||February 1974||SP8401|
|Star Trek 11||April 1975||Q8717|
|Star Trek 1 [c] (variant)||May 1975||Q2114|
|Star Trek 12||James Blish and J.A. Lawrence||November 1977||0-553-11382-8|
|Mudd's Angels||J.A. Lawrence||May 1978||0-553-11802-1|
|The Day of the Dove [d] (variant)||James Blish||October 1985||0-553-25169-4|
|Mudd's Enterprise [e] (variant)||J.A. Lawrence||November 1994||0-553-56982-1|
The Classic Episodes (1991)
Star Trek: The Classic Episodes is a three-volume omnibus edition of the episode novelizations by Blish and Lawrence, organized in season order. New material from D. C. Fontana and other Star Trek writers was included. Published by Bantam Spectra.
|The Classic Episodes 1||James Blish and J.A. Lawrence||August 1991||0-553-29138-6|
|The Classic Episodes 2||0-553-29139-4|
|The Classic Episodes 3||0-553-29140-8|
Original novels (1970–1981)
Star Trek [b] series is based on the television series of the same name, not to be confused with the novelization series by Jame Blish. Also called Star Trek Adventures by book discovery sites, such as Goodreads. However, Star Trek Adventures (1993–1995) is the name given to reprints published by Titan Books for the United Kingdom market. The novels are not numbered.
|Title||Author(s)||Date||Catalog / ISBN|
|Spock Must Die!||James Blish||February 1970||H5515|
|Spock, Messiah!||Theodore Cogswell and Charles A. Spano, Jr.||September 1976||0-553-10159-5|
|The Price of the Phoenix||Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath||July 1977||0-553-10978-2|
|Planet of Judgment||Joe Haldeman||August 1977||0-553-11145-0|
|Vulcan!||Kathleen Sky||September 1978||0-553-12137-5|
|The Starless World||Gordon Eklund||November 1978||0-553-12371-8|
|Trek to Madworld||Stephen Goldin||January 1979||0-553-12618-0|
|World Without End||Joe Haldeman||February 1979||0-553-12583-4|
|The Fate of the Phoenix||Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath||May 1979||0-553-12779-9|
|Devil World||Gordon Eklund||November 1979||0-553-13297-0|
|Perry's Planet||Jack C. Haldeman, II.||February 1980||0-553-13580-5|
|The Galactic Whirlpool||David Gerrold||October 1980||0-553-14242-9|
|Death's Angel||Kathleen Sky||April 1981||0-553-14703-X|
The New Voyages (1976–1978)
Star Trek: The New Voyages is an anthology series of curated fan-written fiction edited by Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath. Additional volumes were announced, but none were published. Strange New Worlds (1998–2016) anthology series, edited by Dean Wesley Smith, is similar.
|Title||Editor(s)||Date||Catalog / ISBN|
|The New Voyages||Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath||March 1976||X2719|
|The New Voyages 2||January 1978||0-553-11392-5|
Ballantine Books (1974–1996)
|All novels published as paperback editions, except where indicated.|
Ballantine Books published one Star Trek book line, Alan Dean Foster's novelization series Star Trek Log. Popular references Star Fleet Technical Manual (1975) and Star Trek Blueprints (1975), by Franz Joseph, were published by Ballantine.
Star Trek Log (1974–1996)
Star Trek Log [f] is a series of novelizations based on episodes of The Animated Series. Written by Alan Dean Foster. Each volume includes new material linking the novelizations together. Log One through Six adapted three episodes each, while Seven through Ten adapted one episode each. Del Rey Books, an imprint of Ballantine, reprinted the individual volumes, with new cover designs, from the mid-80s until 1992.
|Star Trek Log One||Alan Dean Foster||June 1974||0-345-24014-6|
|Star Trek Log Two||September 1974||0-345-24184-3|
|Star Trek Log Three||January 1975||0-345-24260-2|
|Star Trek Log Four||May 1975||0-345-24435-4|
|Star Trek Log Five||July 1975||0-345-24532-6|
|Star Trek Log Six||May 1976||0-345-24655-1|
|Star Trek Log Seven||June 1976||0-345-24965-8|
|Star Trek Log Eight||August 1976||0-345-25141-5|
|Star Trek Log Nine||February 1977||0-345-25557-7|
|Star Trek Log Ten||January 1978||0-345-27212-9|
Del Rey edition (1993)
Omnibus editions available exclusively to comic book stores and newsstands. The book covers included advertising for other Del Rey releases. Log Ten (1978) was excluded due to length. Pocket Books published a similar omnibus edition, which included all ten volumes, for the United Kingdom market the same year.
|Star Trek Log One / Log Two / Log Three||Alan Dean Foster||January 1993||0-345-38247-1|
|Star Trek Log Four / Log Five / Log Six||July 1993||0-345-38522-5|
|Star Trek Log Seven / Log Eight / Log Nine||August 1993||0-345-38561-6|
30th Anniversary edition (1996)
Published as part of Star Trek's 30th Anniversary celebration. A serialized essay by Foster was included, as well as corrections to the original text.
|Star Trek: Log One & Two||Alan Dean Foster||September 1996||0-345-40939-6|
|Star Trek: Log Three & Four||0-345-40940-X|
|Star Trek: Log Five & Six||0-345-40941-8|
|Star Trek: Log Seven & Eight||0-345-40942-6|
|Star Trek: Log Nine & Ten||0-345-40943-4|
Random House (1977–present)
|All novels published as hardback editions.|
|^||Published in children's book format.|
Penguin Random House is the present owner of Bantam, Ballantine, and Del Rey Books, all of whom have previously published licensed fiction. Random Houses' Eaglemoss Collections division is currently producing the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection, which began in 2013, and the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection, which began in 2017.
Star Trek Pop Up (1977)
Four-page children's pop-up books published by Random House's merchandising imprint.
|Giant in the Universe †||Kay Wood||January 1977||0-394-83556-5|
|Trillions of Trilligs †||0-394-83558-1|
Gibraltar Library Binding (1977)
Fully-illustrated children's chapter books published exclusively for libraries in Gibraltar Library Binding format.
|The Truth Machine †||Sharon Lerner and Christopher Cerf||Jane Clark||January 1977||0-394-83575-1|
|The Prisoner of Vega †||Sharon Lerner||Robert Swanson||October 1977||0-394-83576-X|
Little Golden Books (2019)
|I am Captain Kirk ^||Frank Berrios and Ethen Beavers||8 January 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||2 July 2019||978-1-9848-4800-0|
Simon & Schuster (1979–present)
|All novels published as paperback editions, except where indicated.|
|†||First edition published as hardback.|
|◊||Published as an ebook exclusive.|
|º||Included in an omnibus or anthology.|
|Teal: Indicates a book line or flagship series name.|
|Navy: Indicates a miniseries name.|
|Pink: Indicates a crossover series name.|
|et al. : Indicates multiple authors, see note.|
Pocket Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, published Star Trek tie-ins from 1979 to 2017. Simon & Schuster's Gallery Books has published some novels and omnibus editions since 2001, and a majority of the Star Trek releases since 2017. Other Simon & Schuster imprints to have published Star Trek titles include: Archway, Aladdin, Paula Wiseman, Wanderer, Minstrel, Byron Preiss, Wallaby, Weekly Reader, Pocket Star, Viz, Simon Spotlight, and Books for Young Readers.
Note: Imprints may vary by book line, series, edition or printing, or market where a book is distributed (e.g. country or language area). Virtually all novels below are listed in Books In Print and by Simon & Schuster (startrekbooks) as published by the imprint Pocket Books/Star Trek.
Note: Numbered novels are organized according to book line. Non-numbered novels, novelizations, omnibus editions, and anthologies, are organized according to series, miniseries, crossover series, etc. Many novels below are listed more than once.
Star Trek (1979–present)
Star Trek is based on the television series of the same name. Paperback releases were numbered from 1979 to 2002. Hardback releases were not numbered. From 1987 to 1996, Titan Books reprinted original novels for the United Kingdom market using a different numbering scheme. Novels published after 2012 have frequently included The Original Series subtitle. From 1979 until 2012, the subtitle rarely appeared on book covers.
Film novelizations (1979–1992)
Based on the Star Trek film series. Three novelizations were published as numbered novels.
|Star Trek: The Motion Picture||Gene Roddenberry||December 1979||0-671-83088-0|
|The Wrath of Khan º||Vonda N. McIntyre||July 1982||0-671-45610-5|
|The Search for Spock º||June 1984||0-671-49500-3|
|The Voyage Home º||December 1986||0-671-63266-3|
|The Voyage Home (young adult)||Peter Lerangis||0-671-63243-4|
|The Final Frontier [g]||J.M. Dillard||June 1989||0-671-68008-0|
|The Undiscovered Country||January 1992||0-671-75883-7|
Original novels (1979–present)
Includes numbered and unnumbered novels:
|1||Star Trek: The Motion Picture (novelization)||Gene Roddenberry||December 1979||0-671-83088-0|
|2||The Entropy Effect||Vonda N. McIntyre||June 1981||0-671-83692-7|
|3||The Klingon Gambit||Robert E. Vardeman||October 1981||0-671-83276-X|
|4||The Covenant of the Crown||Howard Weinstein||December 1981||0-671-83307-3|
|5||The Prometheus Design||Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath||March 1982||0-671-83398-7|
|6||The Abode of Life||Lee Correy||May 1982||0-671-83297-2|
|7||The Wrath of Khan º (novelization)||Vonda N. McIntyre||July 1982||0-671-45610-5|
|8||Black Fire||Sonni Cooper||January 1983||0-671-83632-3|
|9||Triangle||Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath||March 1983||0-671-83399-5|
|10||Web of the Romulans||M.S. Murdock||June 1983||0-671-46479-5|
(The Yesterday Saga, Book 1)
|A. C. Crispin||August 1983||0-671-47315-8|
|12||Mutiny on the Enterprise||Robert E. Vardeman||October 1983||0-671-46541-4|
|13||The Wounded Sky||Diane Duane||December 1983||0-671-47389-1|
|14||The Trellisane Confrontation||David Dvorkin||February 1984||0-671-46543-0|
|15||Corona||Greg Bear||April 1984||0-671-47390-5|
|16||The Final Reflection º
(Worlds Apart, Book 1)
|John M. Ford||May 1984||0-671-47388-3|
|17||The Search for Spock º (novelization)||Vonda N. McIntyre||June 1984||0-671-49500-3|
|18||My Enemy, My Ally º
(Rihannsu, Book 1)
|Diane Duane||July 1984||0-671-50285-9|
|19||The Tears of the Singers||Melinda Snodgrass||September 1984||0-671-50284-0|
|20||The Vulcan Academy Murders||Jean Lorrah||November 1984||0-671-50054-6|
|21||Uhura's Song||Janet Kagan||January 1985||0-671-54730-5|
|22||Shadow Lord||Laurence Yep||March 1985||0-671-47392-1|
|23||Ishmael||Barbara Hambly||May 1985||0-671-55427-1|
|24||Killing Time||Della van Hise||July 1985||0-671-52488-7|
|25||Dwellers in the Crucible||Margaret Wander Bonanno||September 1985||0-671-60373-6|
|26||Pawns and Symbols||Majliss Larson||November 1985||0-671-55425-5|
|27||Mindshadow||J.M. Dillard||January 1986||0-671-60756-1|
|28||Crisis on Centaurus||Brad Ferguson||March 1986||0-671-61115-1|
(Fortunes of War, Book 1)
|Diane Carey||May 1986||0-671-61873-3|
|30||Demons||J.M. Dillard||July 1986||0-671-62524-1|
|—||Enterprise: The First Adventure [h]||Vonda N. McIntyre||September 1986||0-671-62581-0|
(Fortunes of War, Book 2)
|Diane Carey||November 1986||0-671-63267-1|
|32||Chain of Attack||Gene DeWeese||February 1987||0-671-63269-8|
|33||Deep Domain||Howard Weinstein||April 1987||0-671-63329-5|
|34||Dreams of the Raven||Carmen Carter||June 1987||0-671-64500-5|
|—||Strangers from the Sky||Margaret Wander Bonanno||July 1987||0-671-64049-6|
|35||The Romulan Way º
(Rihannsu, Book 2)
|Diane Duane and Peter Morwood||August 1987||0-671-63498-4|
|36||How Much for Just the Planet?
(Worlds Apart, Book 2)
|John M. Ford||October 1987||0-671-62998-0|
|37||Bloodthirst||J.M. Dillard||December 1987||0-671-64489-0|
|—||Final Frontier [g]||Diane Carey||January 1988||0-671-64752-0|
|38||The IDIC Epidemic||Jean Lorrah||February 1988||0-671-63574-3|
|39||Time for Yesterday
(The Yesterday Saga, Book 2)
|A. C. Crispin||April 1988||0-671-60371-X|
|40||Timetrap||David Dvorkin||June 1988||0-671-64870-5|
|41||The Three-Minute Universe||Barbara Paul||August 1988||0-671-65816-6|
|42||Memory Prime º||Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens||October 1988||0-671-65813-1|
|43||The Final Nexus||Gene DeWeese||December 1988||0-671-66018-7|
|44||Vulcan's Glory||D. C. Fontana||February 1989||0-671-65667-8|
|45||Double, Double||Michael Jan Friedman||April 1989||0-671-66130-2|
|46||The Cry of the Onlies||Judy Klass||October 1989||0-671-68167-2|
|47||The Kobayashi Maru [i]||Julia Ecklar||December 1989||0-671-65817-4|
|48||Rules of Engagement||Peter Morwood||February 1990||0-671-66129-9|
|49||The Pandora Principle||Carolyn Clowes||April 1990||0-671-65815-8|
|50||Doctor's Orders||Diane Duane||June 1990||0-671-66189-2|
|51||Enemy Unseen||V.E. Mitchell||October 1990||0-671-68403-5|
|52||Home Is the Hunter||Dana Kramer-Rolls||December 1990||0-671-66662-2|
|53||Ghost-Walker||Barbara Hambly||February 1991||0-671-64398-3|
|54||A Flag Full of Stars
(The Lost Years, Book 2)
|Brad Ferguson[α]||April 1991||0-671-73918-2|
|55||Renegade||Gene DeWeese||June 1991||0-671-65814-X|
|56||Legacy||Michael Jan Friedman||August 1991||0-671-74468-2|
|57||The Rift||Peter David||November 1991||0-671-74796-7|
|58||Faces of Fire||Michael Jan Friedman||March 1992||0-671-74992-7|
|—||Probe †||Margaret Wander Bonanno[β]||April 1992||0-671-72420-7|
|59||The Disinherited||Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman, and Robert Greenberger||May 1992||0-671-77958-3|
|60||Ice Trap||L.A. Graf||July 1992||0-671-78068-9|
|61||Sanctuary||John Vornholt||September 1992||0-671-76994-4|
|62||Death Count||L.A. Graf||November 1992||0-671-79322-5|
|—||Best Destiny †||Diane Carey||0-671-79587-2|
|63||Shell Game||Melissa Crandall||February 1993||0-671-79572-4|
|64||The Starship Trap||Mel Gilden||April 1993||0-671-79324-1|
|65||Windows on a Lost World||V.E. Mitchell||June 1993||0-671-79512-0|
|66||From the Depths||Victor Milan||August 1993||0-671-86911-6|
|—||Shadows on the Sun †||Michael Jan Friedman||0-671-71832-0|
|67||The Great Starship Race||Diane Carey||October 1993||0-671-87250-8|
|68||Firestorm||L.A. Graf||January 1994||0-671-86588-9|
|69||The Patrian Transgression||Simon Hawke||April 1994||0-671-88044-6|
(The Lost Years, Book 3)
|L.A. Graf||June 1994||0-671-86913-2|
|71||Crossroad||Barbara Hambly||September 1994||0-671-79323-3|
|72||The Better Man||Howard Weinstein||December 1994||0-671-86912-4|
(The Lost Years, Book 4)
|J.M. Dillard||March 1995||0-671-88342-9|
|74||The Fearful Summons||Denny Martin Flinn||June 1995||0-671-89007-7|
|75||First Frontier||Diane Carey and James Kirkland||August 1995||0-671-52045-8|
|76||The Captain's Daughter||Peter David||December 1995||0-671-52047-4|
|77||Twilight's End||Jerry Oltion||January 1996||0-671-53873-X|
|78||The Rings of Tautee||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||May 1996||0-671-00171-X|
|79||First Strike º
(Invastion!, Book 1)
|Diane Carey||July 1996||0-671-54002-5|
|80||The Joy Machine||Theodore Sturgeon and James Gunn||September 1996||0-671-00221-X|
|81||Mudd in Your Eye||Jerry Oltion||January 1997||0-671-00260-0|
|82||Mind Meld||John Vornholt||June 1997||0-671-00258-9|
|—||Vulcan's Forge †||Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz||August 1997||0-671-00926-5|
|—||Treaty's Law º
(Day of Honor, Book 4)
|Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith||October 1997||0-671-00424-7|
|83||Heart of the Sun||Pamela Sargent and George Zebrowski||November 1997||0-671-00237-6|
|84||Assignment: Eternity||Greg Cox||January 1998||0-671-00117-5|
|—||War Dragons º
(The Captain's Table, Book 1)
|L.A. Graf[γ]||June 1998||0-671-01463-3|
|—||Where Sea Meets Sky º
(The Captain's Table, Book 6)
|Jerry Oltion[δ]||October 1998||0-671-02400-0|
(My Brother's Keeper, Book 1)
|Michael Jan Friedman||January 1999||0-671-01914-7|
(My Brother's Keeper, Book 2)
(My Brother's Keeper, Book 3)
|—||Mission to Horatius † (reprint)||Mack Reynolds and John Ordover, ed.||February 1999||0-671-02812-X|
|—||Vulcan's Heart †||Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz||July 1999||0-671-01544-3|
|88||Across the Universe||Pamela Sargent and George Zebrowski||October 1999||0-671-01989-9|
|89||Wagon Train to the Stars
(New Earth, Book 1)
|Diane Carey||June 2000||0-671-04296-3|
(New Earth, Book 2)
|Dean Wesley Smith and Diane Carey||0-671-04297-1|
(New Earth, Book 3)
|L.A. Graf||July 2000||0-671-03600-9|
|92||The Flaming Arrow
(New Earth, Book 4)
|Kathy Oltion and Jerry Oltion||0-671-78562-1|
(New Earth, Book 5)
|Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith||August 2000||0-671-78577-X|
(New Earth, Book 6)
(Rihannsu, Book 3)
|Diane Duane||October 2000||0-671-04209-2|
|96||Honor Blade º
(Rihannsu, Book 4)
(Section 31, Book 3)
|S.D. Perry||26 June 2001||0-671-77471-9|
|—||One Small Step
(Gateways, Book 1)
|Susan Wright||31 July 2001||0-7434-1854-9|
|97||In the Name of Honor||Dayton Ward||2 January 2002||0-7434-1225-7|
|—||The Last Roundup †||Christie Golden||25 June 2002||0-7434-4909-6|
|—||Gemini||Mike W. Barr||25 January 2003||0-7434-0074-7|
|—||Garth of Izar||Pamela Sargent and George Zebrowski||25 February 2003||0-7434-0641-9|
|—||The Case of the Colonist's Corpse||Tony Isabella and Bob Ingersoll||30 December 2003||0-7434-6497-4|
|—||Ex Machina||Christopher L. Bennett||28 December 2004||0-7434-9285-4|
|—||Burning Dreams||Margaret Wander Bonanno||25 July 2006||0-7434-9693-0|
|—||Constellations (anthology)||Marco Palmieri, ed.||5 September 2006||0-7434-9254-4|
|—||Troublesome Minds||Dave Galanter||29 May 2009||978-1-4391-0155-1|
|—||Inception||S.D. Perry||26 January 2010||978-0-7434-8250-9|
|—||Unspoken Truth||Margaret Wander Bonanno||30 March 2010||978-1-4391-0219-0|
|—||The Children of Kings||Dave Stern||27 April 2010||978-1-4391-5899-9|
|—||Cast No Shadow||James Swallow||26 July 2011||978-1-4516-0717-8|
|—||A Choice of Catastrophes||Steve Mollmann and Michael Schuster||30 August 2011||978-1-4516-0716-1|
|—||Allegiance in Exile||David R. George III||29 January 2013||978-1-4767-0022-9|
|—||Devil's Bargain||Tony Daniel||26 February 2013||978-1-4767-0047-2|
|—||The Weight of Worlds||Greg Cox||26 February 2013||978-1-4767-0283-4|
|—||The Folded World||Jeff Mariotte and Greg Cox||30 April 2013||978-1-4767-0282-7|
|—||The Shocks of Adversity||William Leisner||28 May 2013||978-1-4767-2240-5|
|—||From History's Shadow||Dayton Ward||30 July 2013||978-1-4767-1900-9|
|—||No Time Like The Past||Greg Cox||25 February 2014||978-1-4767-4949-5|
|—||Seasons of Light and Darkness ◊||Michael A. Martin||28 April 2014||978-1-4767-3819-2|
|—||Serpents in the Garden||Jeff Mariotte||29 April 2014||978-1-4767-4965-5|
|—||The More Things Change ◊||Scott Pearson||23 June 2014||978-1-4767-6375-0|
|—||Foul Deeds Will Rise||Greg Cox||25 November 2014||978-1-4767-8324-6|
|—||Savage Trade||Tony Daniel||24 February 2015||978-1-4767-6550-1|
|—||Shadow of the Machine ◊||Scott Harrison||9 March 2015||978-1-4767-5635-6|
|—||Crisis of Consciousness||Dave Galanter||28 April 2015||978-1-4767-8260-7|
|—||Child of Two Worlds||Greg Cox||24 November 2015||978-1-4767-8325-3|
|—||Miasma ◊ (novella)||22 February 2016||978-1-5011-2531-7|
|—||The Latter Fire||James Swallow||23 February 2016||978-1-4767-8315-4|
|—||Elusive Salvation||Dayton Ward||26 April 2016||978-1-5011-1129-7|
|—||The Face of the Unknown||Christopher L. Bennett||27 December 2016||978-1-5011-3242-1|
|—||The Captain's Oath||28 May 2019||978-1-9821-1329-2|
|—||The Antares Maelstrom||Greg Cox||13 August 2019||978-1-9821-1320-9|
Duty, Honor, Redemption (1982–2004)
Star Trek: Duty, Honor, Redemption is an omnibus edition of the three film novelizations by Vonda N. McIntyre. Published as part of the Signature Edition (2003–04) series. An essay studying the work of Harve Bennett by Terry J. Erdmann is included.
|The Wrath of Khan (novelization)||Vonda N. McIntyre||July 1982||0-671-45610-5|
|The Search for Spock (novelization)||June 1984||0-671-49500-3|
|The Voyage Home (novelization)||December 1986||0-671-63266-3|
|Duty, Honor, Redemption
|26 October 2004||0-7434-9660-4|
Film tie-ins for children (1982–1984)
|Distress Call (gamebook)||William Rotsler||December 1982||0-671-46389-6|
|Star Trek II: Short Stories||0-671-46390-X|
|Star Trek II: Biographies||0-671-46391-8|
|The Vulcan Treasure (gamebook)||William Rotsler and Wendy Barish||May 1984||0-671-50138-0|
|Star Trek III: Short Stories||0-671-50139-9|
The Hand of Kahless (1984–2004)
Star Trek: The Hand of Kahless is an omnibus edition of two thematically linked novels. Published as part of the Signature Edition (2003–04) series.
|The Final Reflection (Book 16)||John M. Ford||May 1984||0-671-47388-3|
|The Next Generation: Kahless †||Michael Jan Friedman||July 1996||0-671-54779-8|
|The Hand of Kahless
|John M. Ford and Michael Jan Friedman||16 November 2004||0-7434-9659-0|
Which Way Books (1984–1986)
Two installments of the Which Way Books (1982–1986) gamebook series are based on Star Trek. Published by Archway, then an imprint of Pocket Books.
|15||Voyage to Adventure||Michael J. Dodge||May 1984||0-671-62492-X|
|24||Phaser Fight||Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel||December 1986||0-671-63248-5|
|1||My Enemy, My Ally (Book 18)||Diane Duane||July 1984||0-671-50285-9|
|2||The Romulan Way (Book 35)||Diane Duane and Peter Morwood||August 1987||0-671-63498-4|
|3||Swordhunt (Book 95)||Diane Duane||October 2000||0-671-04209-2|
|4||Honor Blade (Book 96)||0-671-04210-6|
|—||Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages (omnibus)||Diane Duane and Peter Morwood||19 December 2006||1-4165-2577-7|
|5||The Empty Chair||Diane Duane||28 November 2006||1-4165-0891-0|
Worlds in Collision (1988–2003)
Star Trek: Worlds in Collision is an omnibus edition of two thematically linked novels by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens. Published as part of the Signature Edition (2003–04) series. An interview of the Reeves-Stevenses, by Kevin Dilmore, is included.
|Memory Primes (Book 42)||Judith and Garfield Reeves Stevens||October 1988||0-671-65813-1|
|Prime Directive †||September 1990||0-671-70772-8|
|Worlds in Collision
|4 November 2003||0-7434-8509-2|
Sand and Stars (1988–2004)
Star Trek: Sand and Stars is an omnibus edition of two thematically linked novels by Diane Duane and A. C. Crispin. Published as part of the Signature Edition (2003–04) series. Spock's World (2004) is also linked to the Rihannsu (1984–2006) miniseries by Duane.
|Spock's World †||Diane Duane||September 1988||0-671-66851-X|
|Sarek †||A. C. Crispin||March 1994||0-671-79561-9|
|Sand and Stars
|Diane Duane and A. C. Crispin||7 December 2004||0-7434-9658-2|
The Lost Years (1989–1995)
|1||The Lost Years †||J.M. Dillard||October 1989||0-671-68293-8|
|2||A Flag Full of Stars (Book 54)||Brad Ferguson[α]||April 1991||0-671-73918-2|
|3||Traitor Winds (Book 70)||L.A. Graf||June 1994||0-671-86913-2|
|4||Recovery (Book 74)||J.M. Dillard||March 1995||0-671-88342-9|
Starfleet Academy (1996)
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy young adult miniseries explores the lives of the Enterprise crew as Starfleet Academy cadets. The novellas were published by various Pocket Books imprints. A more recent series, Starfleet Academy (2010–2012), is based on the Reboot (Kelvin Timeline) films. Starfleet Academy (1997), a video game novelization by Diane Carey, is unrelated.
|1||Crisis on Vulcan||Brad Strickland and Barbara Strickland||August 1996||0-671-00078-0|
|2||Aftershock||John Vornholt||September 1996||0-671-00079-9|
|3||Cadet Kirk||Diane Carey||October 1996||0-671-00077-2|
My Brother's Keeper (1999)
Star Trek: My Brother's Keeper miniseries explores the friendship between Gary Mitchell and James T. Kirk prior to the episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Written by Michael Jan Friedman. The novels were published as Star Trek, Books 85 – 87.
|1||Republic||Michael Jan Friedman||January 1999||0-671-01914-7|
New Earth (2000)
Star Trek: New Earth miniseries explores the period between Star Trek: The Motion Picture and The Wrath of Khan. The plot continues in Chainmail (2001). The novels were published as Star Trek, Books 89 – 94.
|1||Wagon Train to the Stars||Diane Carey||June 2000||0-671-04296-3|
|2||Belle Terre||Dean Wesley Smith and Diane Carey||0-671-04297-1|
|3||Rough Trails||L.A. Graf||July 2000||0-671-03600-9|
|4||The Flaming Arrow||Kathy Oltion and Jerry Oltion||0-671-78562-1|
|5||Thin Air||Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith||August 2000||0-671-78577-X|
The Eugenics Wars (2001–2005)
Star Trek: The Eugenics Wars miniseries, written Greg Cox, explores the life of Khan Noonien Singh from his rise to power in South Asia until his abandonment on Ceti Alpha V by the Enterprise. The series was developed by Cox and John J. Ordover.:133
|The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Vol. 1 †||Greg Cox||26 June 2001||0-671-02127-3|
|The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Vol. 2 †||23 April 2002||0-7434-0643-5|
|To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh †||4 January 2005||0-7434-5711-0|
The Janus Gate (2002)
|1||Present Tense||L.A. Graf||21 May 2002||0-671-03635-1|
|3||Past Prologue||25 June 2002||0-7434-4596-1|
Errand of Vengeance (2002)
Star Trek: Errand of Vengeance miniseries is a retelling of the five years mission from a Klingon agent's point of view. Written by Kevin Ryan.
|1||The Edge of the Sword||Kevin Ryan||25 June 2002||0-7434-4598-8|
|2||Killing Blow||30 July 2002||0-7434-4602-X|
|3||River of Blood||0-7434-4600-3|
Vulcan's Soul (2004–2007)
|1||Exodus †||Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz||20 July 2004||0-7434-6356-0|
|2||Exiles †||20 June 2006||0-7434-6359-5|
|3||Epiphany †||17 April 2007||978-0-7434-6362-1|
Errand of Fury (2005–2008)
Star Trek: Errand of Fury miniseries is a continuation of Errand of Vengeance (2002). Written by Kevin Ryan.
|1||Seeds of Rage||Kevin Ryan||29 March 2005||0-7434-8053-8|
|2||Demands of Honor||30 January 2007||978-0-7434-8054-3|
|3||Sacrifices of War||30 December 2008||978-0-7434-9720-6|
Mere Anarchy (2006–07)
Star Trek: Mere Anarchy miniseries explores the effects of an off-world disaster over a thirty year period. Inspired by "The Second Coming" by W. B. Yeats. Published as ebook exclusives. A print and ebook omnibus edition was published in 2009.
|1||Things Fall Apart||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||August 2006||—||1-4165-3437-7|
|2||The Centre Cannot Hold||Mike W. Barr||September 2006||—||1-4165-3436-9|
|3||Shadows of the Indignant||Dave Galanter||October 2006||—||1-4165-3453-9|
|4||The Darkness Drops Again||Christopher L. Bennett||February 2007||—||978-1-4165-3452-5|
|5||The Blood-Dimmed Tide||Howard Weinstein||March 2007||—||978-1-4165-3451-8|
|6||Its Hour Come Round||Margaret Wander Bonanno||April 2007||—||978-1-4165-3454-9|
|—||Mere Anarchy (omnibus)||Keith DeCandido, ed.[A]||17 March 2009||978-1-4165-9494-9||978-1-4165-9494-9|
Star Trek: Crucible miniseries focuses on each of the three main characters: McCoy, Spock, and Kirk. Written by David R. George III. An omnibus edition with new material was announced in 2008, but was cancelled.
|Provenance of Shadows||David R. George III||29 August 2006||0-7434-9168-8|
|The Fire and the Rose||28 November 2006||0-7434-9169-6|
|The Star to Every Wandering||27 February 2007||978-0-7434-9170-9|
The Continuing Missions (2012–13)
Star Trek: The Continuing Missions, Vol. 1 is an omnibus edition collecting three thematically linked novels which explore the consequences of unregulated time travel. The omnibus was an ebook exclusive published by Pocket Star.
|The Rings of Time||Greg Cox||31 January 2012||978-1-4516-5547-6|
|That Which Divides||Dayton Ward||28 February 2012||978-1-4516-5068-6|
|D.T.I.: Forgotten History||Christopher L. Bennett||24 April 2012||978-1-4516-5725-8|
|The Continuing Missions, Vol. 1 ◊||Greg Cox, Dayton Ward, and Christopher L. Bennett||29 January 2013||978-1-4767-3335-7|
Star Trek: Legacies miniseries was published as part of Star Trek's 50th Anniversary celebration.
|1||Captain to Captain||Greg Cox||28 June 2016||978-1-5011-2529-4|
|2||Best Defense||David Mack||26 July 2016||978-1-4767-5310-2|
|3||Purgatory's Key||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||30 August 2016||978-1-5011-2277-4|
The Next Generation (1988–present)
Episode novelizations (1987–1994)
Based on select episodes from the television series.
|Encounter at Farpoint||David Gerrold||September 1987||0-671-65241-9|
|Unification||Jeri Taylor||December 1991||0-671-77056-X|
|Relics||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1992||0-671-86476-9|
|Descent||Diane Carey||October 1993||0-671-88267-8|
|All Good Things... †||Michael Jan Friedman||June 1994||0-671-71898-3|
Original novels (1988–2003)
Includes numbered unnumbered novels:
|1||Ghost Ship||Diane Carey||July 1988||0-671-66579-0|
|2||The Peacekeepers||Gene DeWeese||September 1988||0-671-66929-X|
|3||The Children of Hamlin||Carmen Carter||November 1988||0-671-67319-X|
|4||Survivors||Jean Lorrah||January 1989||0-671-67438-2|
|5||Strike Zone||Peter David||March 1989||0-671-67940-6|
|6||Power Hungry||Howard Weinstein||May 1989||0-671-67714-4|
|7||Masks||John Vornholt||July 1989||0-671-67980-5|
|8||The Captains' Honor||David Dvorkin and Daniel Dvorkin||September 1989||0-671-68487-6|
|9||A Call to Darkness||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1989||0-671-68708-5|
|10||A Rock and a Hard Place||Peter David||January 1990||0-671-69364-6|
|—||Metamorphosis||Jean Lorrah||March 1990||0-671-68402-7|
|11||Gulliver's Fugitives||Keith Sharee||May 1990||0-671-70130-4|
|12||Doomsday World||Carmen Carter, et al.[B]||July 1990||0-671-70237-8|
|13||The Eyes of the Beholders||A. C. Crispin||September 1990||0-671-70010-3|
|14||Exiles||Howard Weinstein||November 1990||0-671-70560-1|
|15||Fortune's Light||Michael Jan Friedman||January 1991||0-671-70836-8|
|16||Contamination||John Vornholt||March 1991||0-671-70561-X|
|—||Vendetta||Peter David||May 1991||0-671-74145-4|
|17||Boogeymen||Mel Gilden||July 1991||0-671-70970-4|
|18||Q-in-Law||Peter David||October 1991||0-671-73389-3|
|19||Perchance to Dream||Howard Weinstein||December 1991||0-671-70837-6|
|20||Spartacus||T.L. Mancour||February 1992||0-671-76051-3|
|21||Chains of Command||Bill McCay and Eloise Flood||April 1992||0-671-74264-7|
|22||Imbalance||V.E. Mitchell||June 1992||0-671-77571-5|
|23||War Drums||John Vornholt||October 1992||0-671-79236-9|
|24||Nightshade||Laurell K. Hamilton||December 1992||0-671-79566-X|
|25||Grounded||David Bischoff||March 1993||0-671-79747-6|
|—||The Devil's Heart †||Carmen Carter||April 1993||0-671-79325-X|
|26||The Romulan Prize||Simon Hawke||May 1993||0-671-79746-8|
|27||Guises of the Mind||Rebecca Neason||September 1993||0-671-79831-6|
|28||Here There Be Dragons||John Peel||December 1993||0-671-86571-4|
|—||Dark Mirror †||Diane Duane||0-671-79377-2|
|29||Sins of Commission||Susan Wright||April 1994||0-671-79704-2|
|30||Debtors' Planet||W.R. Thompson||May 1994||0-671-88341-0|
|—||Q-Squared †||Peter David||July 1994||0-671-89152-9|
|31||Foreign Foes||Dave Galanter and Greg Brodeur||August 1994||0-671-88414-X|
|32||Requiem||Michael Jan Friedman and Kevin Ryan||October 1994||0-671-79567-8|
|33||Balance of Power||Dafydd ab Hugh||January 1995||0-671-52003-2|
|34||Blaze of Glory||Simon Hawke||March 1995||0-671-88045-4|
|35||The Romulan Stratagem||Robert Greenberger||May 1995||0-671-87997-9|
|36||Into the Nebula||Gene DeWeese||July 1995||0-671-89453-6|
|37||The Last Stand||Brad Ferguson||October 1995||0-671-50105-4|
|—||Crossover †||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1995||0-671-89677-6|
|38||Dragon's Honor||Kij Johnson and Greg Cox||January 1996||0-671-50107-0|
|39||Rogue Saucer||John Vornholt||March 1996||0-671-54917-0|
|40||Possession||J.M. Dillard and Kathleen O'Malley||May 1996||0-671-86485-8|
|41||The Soldiers of Fear º
(Invastion!, Book 2)
|Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||July 1996||0-671-54174-9|
|—||Kahless †||Michael Jan Friedman||0-671-54779-8|
|42||Infiltrator||W.R. Thompson||September 1996||0-671-56831-0|
|43||A Fury Scorned||Pamela Sargent and George Zebrowski||November 1996||0-671-52703-7|
|44||The Death of Princes||John Peel||January 1997||0-671-56808-6|
|45||Intellivore||Diane Duane||April 1997||0-671-56832-9|
|—||Ship of the Line †||Diane Carey||October 1997||0-671-00924-9|
|—||Ancient Blood º
(Day of Honor, Book 1)
|46||To Storm Heaven||Esther Friesner||December 1997||0-671-56838-8|
|—||The Best and the Brightest [k]||Susan Wright||February 1998||0-671-01549-4|
|—||Dujonian's Hoard º
(The Captain's Table, Book 2)
|Michael Jan Friedman[ε]||June 1998||0-671-01465-X|
(The Q Continuum, Book 1)
|Greg Cox||August 1998||0-671-01915-5|
(The Q Continuum, Book 2)
(The Q Continuum, Book 3)
|—||Behind Enemy Lines
(The Dominion War, Book 1)
|John Vornholt||November 1998||0-671-02499-X|
|—||Tunnel Through the Stars
(The Dominion War, Book 2)
|50||Dyson Sphere||Charles Pellegrino and George Zebrowski||April 1999||0-671-54173-0|
(Double Helix, Book 1)
|John Gregory Betancourt||June 1999||0-671-03255-0|
(Double Helix, Book 2)
|Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||0-671-03256-9|
|53||Red Sector º
(Double Helix, Book 3)
|Diane Carey||July 1999||0-671-03257-7|
(Double Helix, Book 3)
|55||Double or Nothing º
(Double Helix, Book 4)
|Peter David||August 1999||0-671-03478-2|
|56||The First Virtue º
(Double Helix, Book 5)
|Michael Jan Friedman and Christie Golden||0-671-03258-5|
|57||The Forgotten War||William R. Forstchen||September 1999||0-671-01159-6|
|—||I, Q †||John de Lancie and Peter David||0-671-02443-4|
|58||Gemworld, Book 1||John Vornholt||February 2000||0-671-04270-X|
|59||Gemworld, Book 2||0-671-04271-8|
|60||Tooth and Claw||Doranna Durgin||30 January 2001||0-671-04211-4|
|61||Diplomatic Implausibility||Keith DeCandido||0-671-78554-0|
(Maximum Warp, Book 1)
|Dave Galanter and Greg Brodeur||27 February 2001||0-671-04749-3|
(Maximum Warp, Book 2)
(Section 31, Book 1)
|Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin||22 May 2001||0-671-77477-8|
|—||Doors into Chaos
(Gateways, Book 3)
|Robert Greenberger||28 August 2001||0-7434-1856-5|
|—||Immortal Coil||Jeffrey Lang||29 January 2002||0-7434-0592-7|
|—||A Hard Rain||Dean Wesley Smith||26 February 2002||0-7434-1926-X|
|—||The Battle of Betazed||Charlotte Douglas and Susan Kearney||2 April 2002||0-7434-3434-X|
|—||Do Comets Dream?||S. P. Somtow||6 June 2003||0-7434-6500-8|
Star Trek: Pantheon is an omnibus edition of two interlinked novels by Michael Jan Friedman. The novels are also linked with Stargazer (2002–2004). The omnibus was part of the Signature Edition (2003–04) series. An interview of Friedman by Kevin Dilmore is included.
|Reunion †||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1991||0-671-74808-4|
|The Valiant †||April 2000||0-671-77522-7|
|16 September 2003||0-7434-8511-4|
Imzadi Forever (1992–2003)
Star Trek: Imzadi Forever is an omnibus edition of two interlinked novels by Peter David. The novels focus on the relationship between Commanders Deanna Troi and William Riker. The omnibus was part of the Signature Edition (2003–04) series. An interview of David by Kevin Dilmore is included.
|Imzadi †||Peter David||August 1992||0-671-79197-4|
|Triangle: Imzadi II †||December 1998||0-671-02532-5|
|2 December 2003||0-7434-8510-6|
Starfleet Academy (1993–1998)
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Starfleet Academy young adult miniseries explores the lives of the USS Enterprise crew as Starfleet Academy cadets. The Best and the Brightest (1998), by Susan Wright, has a similar concept. Starfleet Academy (1997), a video game novelization by Diane Carey, is unrelated.
|1||Worf's First Adventure||Peter David||August 1993||0-671-87084-X|
|2||Line of Fire||October 1993||0-671-87085-8|
|4||Capture the Flag||John Vornholt||June 1994||0-671-87998-7|
|5||Atlantis Station||V.E. Mitchell||February 1995||0-671-88449-2|
|6||Mystery of the Missing Crew||Michael Jan Friedman||February 1995||0-671-50108-9|
|7||Secret of the Lizard People||April 1995||0-671-50109-7|
|8||Starfall||Brad and Barbara Strickland||October 1995||0-671-51010-X|
|9||Nova Command||December 1995||0-671-51009-6|
|10||Loyalties||Patricia Barnes-Svarney||April 1996||0-671-55280-5|
|11||Crossfire||John Vornholt||December 1996||0-671-55305-4|
|12||Breakaway||Bobbi J.G. Weiss and David Cody Weiss||April 1997||0-671-00226-0|
|13||The Haunted Starship||Brad Ferguson||December 1997||0-671-01432-3|
|14||Deceptions||Bobbi J.G. Weiss and David Cody Weiss||April 1998||0-671-01723-3|
Film novelizations (1994–2002)
|Generations †||J.M. Dillard||December 1994||0-671-51742-2|
|First Contact †||December 1996||0-671-00316-X|
|Insurrection †||December 1998||0-671-02447-7|
|Nemesis †||10 December 2002||0-7434-5772-2|
Young adult novelizations (1994–2002)
Novelizations intended for young adults. Written by John Vornholt.
|Generations||John Vornholt||December 1994||0-671-51901-8|
|First Contact||December 1996||0-671-00128-0|
|Nemesis||10 December 2002||0-689-85627-X|
Film tie-ins for children (1996)
|First Contact: The Borg||Teresa Reed||December 1996||0-689-80897-6|
|First Contact: Breaking the Barrier||0-689-80898-4|
|First Contact: The Movie Storybook||Jane B. Mason||0-689-80899-2|
The Q Continuum (1998)
Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Q Continuum miniseries explores the life of Q prior to his introduction in the episode "Encounter at Farpoint". Written by Greg Cox. An omnibus edition was published as part of the Signature Edition (2003–04) series. The novels were published as The Next Generation, Books 47 – 49.
|1||Q-Space||Greg Cox||August 1998||0-671-01915-5|
|—||The Q Continuum (omnibus)
|7 October 2003||0-7434-8508-4|
Double Helix (1999—2002)
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Double Helix miniseries is based upon and inspired by the film Outbreak (1995).:434 Created by John J. Ordover and Michael Jan Friedman. An omnibus edition was published in 2002. The novels were published as The Next Generation, Books 51 – 56.
|1||Infection||John Gregory Betancourt||June 1999||0-671-03255-0|
|2||Vectors||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||0-671-03256-9|
|3||Red Sector||Diane Carey||July 1999||0-671-03257-7|
|5||Double or Nothing||Peter David||August 1999||0-671-03478-2|
|6||The First Virtue||Michael Jan Friedman and Christie Golden||0-671-03258-5|
|—||Double Helix (omnibus)||John Gregory Betancourt, et al.[C]||8 October 2002||0-7434-1272-9|
Genesis Wave (2000–2003)
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Genesis Wave miniseries follows the crew of the Enterprise as they attempt to prevent the weaponization of the Genesis Device. Written by John Vornholt. An omnibus edition collecting Books 1 and 2 was published by the Science Fiction Book Club in 2001.
|Genesis Wave, Book 1 †||John Vornholt||29 August 2000||0-7434-1180-3|
|Genesis Wave, Book 2 †||3 April 2001||0-7434-1181-1|
|Genesis Wave, Book 3 †||2 January 2002||0-7434-4375-6|
|Genesis Force †||18 June 2003||0-7434-6503-2|
A Time to… (2004)
Star Trek: A Time to… miniseries explores events prior to Nemesis (2002). Conceived by John J. Ordover, and edited by Keith DeCandido.:464 Intended to be a sequence of twelve novels. The novels are not numbered.
|A Time to Be Born||John Vornholt||27 January 2004||0-7434-6765-5|
|A Time to Die||24 February 2004||0-7434-6766-3|
|A Time to Sow||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||30 March 2004||0-7434-8299-9|
|A Time to Harvest||27 April 2004||0-7434-8298-0|
|A Time to Love||Robert Greenberger||25 May 2004||0-7434-6285-8|
|A Time to Hate||29 June 2004||0-7434-6289-0|
|A Time to Kill||David Mack||27 July 2004||0-7434-9177-7|
|A Time to Heal||31 August 2004||0-7434-9178-5|
|A Time for War, a Time for Peace||Keith DeCandido||28 September 2004||0-7434-9179-3|
Relaunch novels (2005–present)
Interlinked novels set after the film Nemesis (2002).
|Death in Winter †||Michael Jan Friedman||20 September 2005||0-7434-9721-X|
|The Buried Age||Christopher L. Bennett||26 June 2007||978-1-4165-3739-7|
|Resistance||J.M. Dillard||28 August 2007||978-0-7434-9955-2|
|Q & A||Keith DeCandido||25 September 2007||978-1-4165-2741-1|
|The Sky's the Limit (anthology)||Marco Palmieri, ed.||16 October 2007||978-0-7434-9255-3|
|Before Dishonor||Peter David||30 October 2007||978-1-4165-2742-8|
|Greater than the Sum||Christopher L. Bennett||29 July 2008||978-1-4165-7132-2|
|Losing the Peace||William Leisner||30 June 2009||978-1-4391-0786-7|
|Indistinguishable From Magic||David A. McIntee||29 March 2011||978-1-4516-0615-7|
|The Stuff of Dreams ◊||James Swallow||25 March 2013||978-1-4516-9661-5|
|The Light Fantastic||Jeffrey Lang||24 June 2014||978-1-4767-5051-4|
|Q Are Cordially Uninvited… ◊||Rudy Josephs||6 October 2014||978-1-4767-7882-2|
|Takedown||John Jackson Miller||27 January 2015||978-1-4767-8271-3|
|Armageddon's Arrow||Dayton Ward||26 May 2015||978-1-4767-8269-0|
|Headlong Flight||31 January 2017||978-1-5011-1131-0|
|Hearts and Minds||30 May 2017||978-1-5011-4731-9|
|Available Light||9 April 2019||978-1-9821-1327-8|
|Collateral Damage||David Mack||8 October 2019||978-1-9821-1358-2|
Slings and Arrows (2007–08)
|1||A Sea of Troubles||J. Steven York and Christina F. York||October 2007||978-1-4165-5008-2|
|2||The Oppressor's Wrong||Phaedra M. Weldon||7 November 2007||978-1-4165-5013-6|
|3||The Insolence of Office||William Leisner||December 2007||978-1-4165-5022-8|
|4||That Sleep of Death||Terri Osborne||14 January 2008||978-1-4165-5024-2|
|5||A Weary Life||Robert Greenberger||February 2008||978-1-4165-5026-6|
|6||Enterprises of Great Pitch and Moment||Keith DeCandido||11 March 2008||978-1-4165-5027-3|
Cold Equations (2012)
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Cold Equations miniseries explores the effect artificial life has on Starfleet and the Federation. Written by David Mack.
|1||The Persistence of Memory||David Mack||30 October 2012||978-1-4516-5072-3|
|2||Silent Weapons||27 November 2012||978-1-4516-5073-0|
|3||The Body Electric||26 December 2012||978-1-4516-5074-7|
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Warped is a parody and satirical "episode guide" of The Next Generation's fictional eighth season. Written by Mike McMahan, the creator of Star Trek: Lower Decks. The parody was based on posts made to the @TNG_S8 Twitter account.
|Warped (parody)[l]||Mike McMahan||13 October 2015||978-1-4767-7905-8|
Deep Space Nine (1993–2017)
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is based on the television series of the same name. The book line was relaunched with the publication of Lives of Dax (2001), edited by Marco Palmieri.
Episode novelizations (1993–1999)
Based on select episodes from the television series. Call to Arms (1998) and Sacrifice of Angels (1998) are based on seven interlinked episodes from Deep Space Nine's Seasons 5 and 6, beginning with the episode "Call to Arms". Emissary (1993) was published as Deep Space Nine, Book 1.
|Emissary||J.M. Dillard||February 1993||0-671-79858-8|
|The Search||Diane Carey||October 1994||0-671-50604-8|
|The Way of the Warrior||October 1995||0-671-56813-2|
|Trials and Tribble-ations||December 1996||0-671-00902-8|
|Far Beyond the Stars||Steven Barnes||April 1998||0-671-02430-2|
|Call to Arms
(The Dominion War, Book 2)
|Diane Carey||November 1998||0-671-02497-3|
|Sacrifice of Angels
(The Dominion War, Book 4)
|What You Leave Behind||June 1999||0-671-03476-6|
Original novels (1993–2005)
Includes numbered and unnumbered novels:
|1||Emissary (novelization)||J.M. Dillard||February 1993||0-671-79858-8|
|2||The Siege||Peter David||May 1993||0-671-87083-1|
|3||Bloodletter||K. W. Jeter||August 1993||0-671-87275-3|
|4||The Big Game||Sandy Schofield||November 1993||0-671-88030-6|
|5||Fallen Heroes||Dafydd ab Hugh||February 1994||0-671-88459-X|
|6||Betrayal||Lois Tilton||May 1994||0-671-88117-5|
|7||Warchild||Esther Friesner||September 1994||0-671-88116-7|
|8||Antimatter||John Vornholt||November 1994||0-671-88560-X|
|9||Proud Helios||Melissa Scott||February 1995||0-671-88390-9|
|—||Warped[l] †||K. W. Jeter||March 1995||0-671-87252-4|
|10||Valhalla||Nathan Archer||April 1995||0-671-88115-9|
|11||Devil in the Sky||Greg Cox and John Gregory Betancourt||June 1995||0-671-88114-0|
|—||The Ferengi Rules of Acquisition||Ira Steven Behr[ζ]||July 1995||0-671-52936-6|
|12||The Laertian Gamble||Robert Sheckley||September 1995||0-671-88690-8|
|13||Station Rage||Diane Carey||November 1995||0-671-88561-8|
|14||The Long Night||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||February 1996||0-671-55165-5|
|15||Objective: Bajor||John Peel||June 1996||0-671-56811-6|
|16||Time's Enemy º
(Invastion!, Book 3)
|L.A. Graf||August 1996||0-671-54150-1|
|17||The Heart of the Warrior||John Gregory Betancourt||October 1996||0-671-00239-2|
|18||Saratoga||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1996||0-671-56897-3|
|19||The Tempest||Susan Wright||February 1997||0-671-00227-9|
|20||Wrath of the Prophets||Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman, and Robert Greenberger||May 1997||0-671-53817-9|
|—||Legends of the Ferengi||Robert Hewitt Wolfe and Ira Steven Behr[η]||July 1997||0-671-00728-9|
|—||Armageddon Sky º
(Day of Honor, Book 2)
|L.A. Graf||September 1997||0-671-00675-4|
|21||Trial by Error||Mark Garland||November 1997||0-671-00251-1|
|22||Vengeance||Dafydd ab Hugh||February 1998||0-671-00468-9|
|—||The Mist º
(The Captain's Table, Book 3)
|Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch[θ]||July 1998||0-671-01471-4|
|23||The 34th Rule||Armin Shimerman and David R. George III||January 1999||0-671-00793-9|
(Rebels, Book 1)
|Dafydd ab Hugh||February 1999||0-671-01140-5|
(Rebels, Book 2)
(Rebels, Book 3)
|27||A Stitch in Time [m]||Andrew J. Robinson||May 2000||0-671-03885-0|
|—||Prophecy and Change [m] (anthology)||Marco Palmieri, ed.||23 September 2003||0-7434-7073-7|
|—||Hollow Men [m]||Una McCormack||26 April 2005||0-7434-9151-3|
Deep Space Nine (young adult) (1994–1998)
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine young adult miniseries follows the adventures of Jake Sisko and Nog while living aboard Deep Space Nine. The novellas were published in a larger paperback format (5 in × 7 in) format common among children's and young adult books.
|1||The Star Ghost||Brad Strickland||February 1994||0-671-87999-5|
|3||Prisoners of Peace||John Peel||October 1994||0-671-88288-0|
|4||The Pet||Mel Gilden and Ted Pedersen||December 1994||0-671-88352-6|
|5||Arcade||Diana Gallagher||June 1995||0-671-89678-4|
|6||Field Trip||John Peel||August 1995||0-671-88287-2|
|7||Gypsy World||Ted Pedersen||February 1996||0-671-51115-7|
|8||Highest Score||Kem Antilles||June 1996||0-671-89936-8|
|9||Cardassian Imps||Mel Gilden||February 1997||0-671-51116-5|
|10||Space Camp||Ted Pedersen||June 1997||0-671-00730-0|
|11||Honor Bound [n] º
(Day of Honor)
|Diana G. Gallagher||October 1997||0-671-01452-8|
|12||Trapped in Time||Ted Pedersen||February 1998||0-671-01440-4|
Star Trek: Deeps Space Nine: Rebels miniseries follows the crew of the USS Defiant as they help free an occupied world. Written by Dafydd ab Hugh. The novels were published as Deep Space Nine, Books 24 – 26.
|1||The Conquered||Dafydd ab Hugh||February 1999||0-671-01140-5|
|3||The Liberated||March 1999||0-671-01142-1|
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Millennium miniseries explores an alternate-timeline created after the USS Defiant is transported twenty-five years into the future. Written by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens. An omnibus edition was published in 2002.
|1||The Fall of Terok Nor||Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens||March 2000||0-671-02401-9|
|2||The War of the Prophets||0-671-02402-7|
|—||Millennium (omnibus)||2 January 2002||0-7434-4249-0|
Relaunch novels (1999–2017)
Interlinked novels set after the episode "What You Leave Behind".
|The Lives of Dax [o] (anthology)||Marco Palmieri, ed.||December 1999||0-671-02840-5|
|A Stitch in Time [p]||Andrew J. Robinson||May 2000||0-671-03885-0|
|Abyss [m] º
(Section 31, Book 4)
|David Weddle and Jeffrey Lang||26 June 2001||0-671-77483-2|
|Avatar, Book 1 º||S.D. Perry||1 May 2001||0-7434-0050-X|
|Avatar, Book 2 º||0-7434-0051-8|
|Demons of Air and Darkness [m] º
(Gateways, Book 4)
|Keith DeCandido||28 August 2001||0-7434-1852-2|
|Rising Son||S.D. Perry||31 December 2002||0-7434-4838-3|
|The Left Hand of Destiny, Book 1||J. G. Hertzler and Jeffrey Lang||14 March 2003||0-7434-2328-3|
|The Left Hand of Destiny, Book 2||23 April 2003||0-7434-2329-1|
|Unity †||S.D. Perry||18 November 2003||0-7434-4840-5|
|Warpath||David Mack||28 March 2006||1-4165-0775-2|
|Twist of Faith (omnibus)||S.D. Perry, et al.[D]||22 May 2007||978-1-4165-3415-0|
|Fearful Symmetry||Olivia Woods||24 June 2008||978-1-4165-6781-3|
|The Soul Key||28 July 2009||978-1-4391-0792-8|
|The Never-Ending Sacrifice||Una McCormack||25 August 2009||978-1-4391-0961-8|
|Lust's Latinum Lost (and Found) ◊||Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann||1 September 2014[j]||978-1-4767-7931-7|
|The Missing||Una McCormack||30 December 2014||978-1-4767-5023-1|
|Sacraments of Fire||David R. George III||30 June 2015||978-1-4767-5633-2|
|Ascendance||29 December 2015||978-1-5011-0370-4|
|Force and Motion||Jeffrey Lang||31 May 2016||978-1-5011-1073-3|
|Rules of Accusation ◊||Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann||4 July 2016||978-1-5011-1068-9|
|The Long Mirage||David R. George III||28 February 2017||978-1-5011-3297-1|
|Enigma Tales||Una McCormack||27 June 2017||978-1-5011-5258-0|
|I, The Constable ◊||Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann||13 November 2017||978-1-5011-6974-8|
Mission Gamma (2002)
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Mission Gamma miniseries follows the crew of the USS Defiant under the command of Elias Vaughn. Not to be confused with the Gamma (2017) miniseries, which has a similar premise.
|1||Twilight º||David R. George III||27 August 2002||0-7434-4560-0|
|2||This Gray Spirit º||Heather Jarman||0-7434-4562-7|
|3||Cathedral||Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels||1 October 2002||0-7434-4564-3|
|4||Lesser Evil||Robert Simpson||29 October 2002||0-7434-1024-6|
|—||These Haunted Seas (omnibus)||David R. George III and Heather Jarman||17 June 2008||978-1-4165-5639-8|
Worlds of… (2004–05)
Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine explores the various home worlds of the crew and residents of Deep Space Nine. Created by Marco Palmieri.
|1||Cardassia and Andor||Una McCormack and Heather Jarman||25 May 2004||0-7434-8351-0|
|2||Trill and Bajor||Andy Mangels, Michael A. Martin, and J. Noah Kym||25 January 2005||0-7434-8352-9|
|3||Ferenginar and The Dominion||Keith DeCandido and David R. George III||0-7434-8353-7|
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Gamma miniseries follows the crew of USS Robinson under the command of Benjamin Sisko. Only one novel has been published. Not to be confused with the Mission Gamma (2002) miniseries which has a similar premise.
|Original Sin||David R. George III||26 September 2017||978-1-5011-3322-0|
Original audiobooks (1994–2000)
The following were published by Simon & Schuster Audio. The imprint previously traded as Simon & Schuster Audioworks.
Captain Sulu Adventure (1994–95)
|Transformations||David Stern||February 1994|
|Cacophony||J.J. Molloy||September 1994|
|Envoy||L.A. Graf||April 1995|
Interactive movie dramatizations (1996)
Dramatizations of two interactive movie video games developed by Simon & Schuster Interactive in 1996.
|Star Trek: Klingon [q]||Hilary Bader||August 1996|
|Star Trek: Borg [r]||December 1996|
Spock vs. Q (1999–2000)
|Spock vs. Q||Cecelia Fannon||November 1999|
|Spock vs. Q: The Sequel||December 2000|
Crossover novels (1994–2017)
Crossover novels and series contain characters and settings from the various television series and films:
|Federation †||Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens||November 1994||0-671-89422-6|
|X-Men: Planet X [s]||Michael Jan Friedman||May 1998||0-671-01916-3|
|Adventures in Time and Space (reference)||Mary P. Taylor, ed.||August 1999||0-671-03415-4|
|New Worlds, New Civilizations † (reference)||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1999||0-671-88103-5|
|The Badlands, Book 1||Susan Wright||December 1999||0-671-03957-1|
|The Badlands, Book 2||0-671-03958-X|
|Enterprise Logs (reference)||Carol Greenburg, ed.||June 2000||0-671-03579-7|
|Dark Passions, Book 1||Susan Wright||2 January 2001||0-671-78785-3|
|Dark Passions, Book 2||0-671-78786-1|
|Starfleet: Year One||Michael Jan Friedman||26 February 2002||0-7434-3788-8|
|The Amazing Stories (anthology)||John J. Ordover, ed.||20 August 2002||0-7434-4915-0|
|The Brave and the Bold, Book 1||Keith DeCandido||26 November 2002||0-7434-1922-7|
|The Brave and the Bold, Book 2||0-7434-1923-5|
|Engines of Destiny [t]||Gene DeWeese||1 March 2005||0-671-03702-1|
|Articles of the Federation||Keith DeCandido||24 May 2005||1-4165-0015-4|
|A Singular Destiny||27 January 2009||978-1-4165-9495-6|
|Seven Deadly Sins (anthology)||Margaret Clark, ed.||16 March 2010||978-1-4391-0944-1|
Star Trek: Invasion! crossover miniseries spanned each of the Star Trek television series broadcast prior to 1996. The novels were thematically linked. An omnibus edition was published in 1998 containing additional material. The series was conceived and edited by John J. Ordover.
|No.||Title (Book No.)||Author(s)||Date||ISBN|
|1||Star Trek: First Strike (Book 79)||Diane Carey||July 1996||0-671-54002-5|
|2||The Next Generation: The Soldiers of Fear (Book 41)||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||0-671-54174-9|
|3||Deep Space Nine: Time's Enemy (Book 16)||L.A. Graf||August 1996||0-671-54150-1|
|4||Voyager: The Final Fury (Book 9)||Dafydd ab Hugh||0-671-54181-1|
|—||Invasion! (omnibus)||John J. Ordover, ed.[E]||June 1998||0-671-02185-0|
Day of Honor (1997-1999)
Star Trek: Day of Honor crossover miniseries is inspired by the Voyager episode "Day of Honor". The series was conceived by Paula M. Block and John J. Ordover. An omnibus edition was published in 1999. Treaty's Law is a Star Trek novel, but does not include The Original Series subtitle.
|1||The Next Generation: Ancient Blood||Diane Carey||September 1997||0-671-00238-4|
|2||Deep Space Nine: Armageddon Sky||L.A. Graf||0-671-00675-4|
|3||Voyager: Her Klingon Soul||Michael Jan Friedman||October 1997||0-671-00240-6|
|4||Treaty's Law||Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith||0-671-00424-7|
|—||Deep Space Nine: Honor Bound [n]
(Young adult, Book 11)
|Diana G. Gallagher||0-671-01452-8|
|—||Voyager: Day of Honor: The Television Episode [u]||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1997||0-671-01981-3|
|—||Day of Honor (omnibus)||Diane Carey, et al.[F]||March 1999||0-671-02813-8|
The Captain's Table (1998-2005)
Star Trek: The Captain's Table crossover miniseries is narrated by various starship captains during their visits to a trans-dimensional bar called The Captain's Table. An omnibus edition was published in 2000. An anthology of related stories was published in 2005. War Dragons and Where Sea Meets Sky are Star Trek novels, but neither includes The Original Series subtitle.
|1||War Dragons||L.A. Graf[γ]||June 1998||0-671-01463-3|
|2||The Next Generation: Dujonian's Hoard||Michael Jan Friedman[ε]||0-671-01465-X|
|3||Deep Space Nine: The Mist||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch[θ]||July 1998||0-671-01471-4|
|4||Voyager: Fire Ship||Diane Carey[ι]||July 1998||0-671-01467-6|
|5||New Frontier: Once Burned||Peter David[κ]||October 1998||0-671-02078-1|
|6||Where Sea Meets Sky||Jerry Oltion[δ]||October 1998||0-671-02400-0|
|—||The Captain's Table (omnibus)||L.A. Graf, et al.[G]||March 2000||0-671-04052-9|
|—||Tales from the Captain's Table (anthology)||Keith DeCandido, ed.||14 June 2005||1-4165-0520-2|
The Dominion War (1998-2004)
Star Trek: The Dominion War crossover miniseries depicts events leading up to the Dominion War. The first and third novels focus on the crew of the USS Enterprise, while the second and fourth novels are novelizations of a seven-episode arc from Deep Space Nine's sixth and seventh seasons. The novels contain additional characters and situations created by the authors. The Battle for Betazed (2002), by Charlotte Douglas and Susan Kearney, is linked to the series.
|1||The Next Generation: Behind Enemy Lines||John Vornholt||November 1998||0-671-02499-X|
|2||Deep Space Nine: Call to Arms||Diane Carey||0-671-02497-3|
|3||The Next Generation: Tunnel Through the Stars||John Vornholt||December 1998||0-671-02500-7|
|4||Deep Space Nine: Sacrifice of Angels||Diane Carey||0-671-02498-1|
|—||Tales of the Dominion War (anthology)||Keith DeCandido, ed.||3 August 2004||0-7434-9171-8|
Section 31 (2001–2017)
Star Trek: Section 31 crossover miniseries was inspired by the autonomous, clandestine, paramilitary organization introduced in the Deep Space Nine episode "Inquisition". The series continued with Disavowed (2014) and Control (2017), by David Mack, which are linked with the Deep Space Nine relaunch novels. Cloak is a Star Trek novel, but does not include The Original Series subtitle.
|1||The Next Generation: Rogue||Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin||22 May 2001||0-671-77477-8|
|2||Voyager: Shadow||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||0-671-77478-6|
|3||Cloak||S. D. Perry||26 June 2001||0-671-77471-9|
|4||Deep Space Nine: Abyss º||David Weddle and Jeffrey Lang||0-671-77483-2|
|—||Disavowed||David Mack||28 October 2014||978-1-4767-5308-9|
|—||Control||28 March 2017||978-1-5011-5170-5|
Star Trek: Gateways crossover miniseries was created by Robert Greenberger and John J. Ordover. The series concluded with the anthology What Lay Beyond (2001). An omnibus edition was announced at the Shore Leave convention in 2001, but was never published.
|1||One Small Step||Susan Wright||31 July 2001||0-7434-1854-9|
|2||Challenger: Chainmail||Diane Carey||0-7434-1855-7|
|3||The Next Generation: Doors into Chaos||Robert Greenberger||28 August 2001||0-7434-1856-5|
|4||Deep Space Nine: Demons of Air and Darkness º||Keith DeCandido||0-7434-1852-2|
|5||Voyager: No Man's Land||Christie Golden||2 October 2001||0-7434-1857-3|
|6||New Frontier: Cold Wars||Peter David||2 October 2001||0-671-04242-4|
|7||What Lay Beyond † (anthology)||John J. Ordover, ed.[H]||30 October 2001||0-7434-3112-X|
|—||S.C.E.: Here There Be Monsters (Book 10)||Keith DeCandido||15 November 2001||0-7434-2877-3|
Episode novelizations (1995–2001)
Based on select episodes from the television series. Caretaker (1995) was published as Voyager, Book 1.
|Caretaker||L.A. Graf||February 1995||0-671-51914-X|
|Flashback||Diane Carey||October 1996||0-671-00383-6|
|Day of Honor [u] º||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1997||0-671-01981-3|
|Equinox||Diane Carey||October 1999||0-671-04295-5|
|Endgame||Diane Carey||26 June 2001||0-7434-4216-4|
Original novels (1995–2002)
Includes numbered and unnumbered novels:
|1||Caretaker (novelization)||L.A. Graf||February 1995||0-671-51914-X|
|2||The Escape||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||May 1995||0-671-52096-2|
|3||Ragnarok||Nathan Archer||July 1995||0-671-52044-X|
|4||Violations||Susan Wright||September 1995||0-671-52046-6|
|5||Incident at Arbuk||John Gregory Betancourt||November 1995||0-671-52048-2|
|6||The Murdered Sun||Christie Golden||February 1996||0-671-53783-0|
|7||Ghost of a Chance||Mark A. Garland and Charles G. McGraw||April 1996||0-671-56798-5|
|8||Cybersong||S.N. Lewitt||May 1996||0-671-56783-7|
|9||The Final Fury º
(Invastion!, Book 4)
|Dafydd ab Hugh||August 1996||0-671-54181-1|
|—||Mosaic †||Jeri Taylor||October 1996||0-671-56311-4|
|10||Bless the Beasts||Karen Haber||November 1996||0-671-56780-2|
|11||The Garden||Melissa Scott||February 1997||0-671-56799-3|
|12||Chrysalis||David Niall Wilson||March 1997||0-671-00150-7|
|13||The Black Shore||Greg Cox||May 1997||0-671-56061-1|
|—||Her Klingon Soul º
(Day of Honor, Book 3)
|Michael Jan Friedman||October 1997||0-671-00240-6|
|14||Marooned||Christie Golden||December 1997||0-671-01423-4|
|15||Echoes||Dean Wesley Smith, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and Nina Kiriki Hoffman||January 1998||0-671-00200-7|
|—||Fire Ship º
(The Captain's Table, Book 4)
|Diane Carey[ι]||July 1998||0-671-01467-6|
|—||Pathways †||Jeri Taylor||August 1998||0-671-00346-1|
|16||Seven of Nine||Christie Golden||September 1998||0-671-02491-4|
|17||Death of a Neutron Star||Eric Kotani and Dean Wesley Smith||March 1999||0-671-00425-5|
|18||Battle Lines||Dave Galanter and Greg Brodeur||May 1999||0-671-00259-7|
|—||Captain Proton: Defender of Earth||Dean Wesley Smith||November 1999||0-671-03646-7|
|19||Cloak and Dagger
(Dark Matters, Book 1)
|Christie Golden||November 2000||0-671-03582-7|
(Dark Matters, Book 2)
|21||Shadow of Heaven
(Dark Matters, Book 3)
(Section 31, Book 2)
|Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||22 May 2001||0-671-77478-6|
|No Man's Land
(Gateways, Book 5)
|Christie Golden||2 October 2001||0-7434-1857-3|
|—||The Hologram's Handbook||Robert Picardo||9 April 2002||0-7434-3791-8|
|—||The Nanotech War||Steven Piziks||29 October 2002||0-7434-3646-6|
Starfleet Academy (1997)
Star Trek: Voyager: Starfleet Academy young adult miniseries explores the lives of the Voyager crew as Starfleet Academy cadets.
|1||Lifeline||Bobbi J.G. Weiss and David Cody Weiss||August 1997||0-671-00845-5|
|2||The Chance Factor||Diana G. Gallagher and Martin R. Burke||September 1997||0-671-00732-7|
|3||Quarantine||Patricia Barnes-Svarney||October 1997||0-671-00733-5|
Dark Matters (2000)
|1||Cloak and Dagger||Christie Golden||November 2000||0-671-03582-7|
|3||Shadow of Heaven||December 2000||0-671-03584-3|
Relaunch novels (2003–present)
|Homecoming||Christie Golden||3 June 2003||0-7434-6754-X|
|The Farther Shore||1 July 2003||0-7434-6755-8|
|Distant Shores (anthology)||Marco Palmieri, ed.||1 November 2005||0-7434-9253-6|
|Full Circle||Kirsten Beyer||31 March 2009||978-1-4165-9496-3|
|Unworthy||29 September 2009||978-1-4391-0398-2|
|Children of the Storm||31 May 2011||978-1-4516-0718-5|
|The Eternal Tide||28 August 2012||978-1-4516-6818-6|
|Protectors||28 January 2014||978-1-4767-3854-3|
|Acts of Contrition||30 September 2014||978-1-4767-6551-8|
|Atonement||25 August 2015||978-1-4767-9081-7|
|A Pocket Full of Lies||26 January 2016||978-1-4767-9084-8|
|Architects of Infinity||27 March 2018||978-1-5011-3876-8|
|To Lose the Earth  (announced)||—||—|
Spirit Walk (2004)
|1||Old Wounds||Christie Golden||26 October 2004||0-7434-9258-7|
|2||Enemy of My Enemy||30 November 2004||0-7434-9257-9|
String Theory (2005)
Star Trek: Voyager: String Theory miniseries follows the crew during a violent encounter with the Nacene. Published on the tenth-anniversary of the television series. The novels were intended to be the seminal work of the series.:302
|1||Cohesion||Jeffrey Lang||28 June 2005||0-7434-5718-8|
|2||Fusion||Kirsten Beyer||1 November 2005||1-4165-0955-0|
|3||Evolution||Heather Jarman||28 February 2006||1-4165-0781-7|
Star Trek Log reprint (1995)
Star Trek Log is a series of novelizations based on The Animated Series. Published by Pocket Books specifically for the United Kingdom and Australian markets. Originally published by Ballantine Books from 1974 to 1978.
|Star Trek Logs 1–3||Alan Dean Foster||April 1995||0-671-85403-8|
|Star Trek Logs 4–6||May 1995||0-671-85404-6|
|Star Trek Logs 7–10||June 1995||0-671-85405-4|
Shatner concept series (1995–2007)
Created by William Shatner, and co-written by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, the concept series explores events following James Kirk's resurrection by agents of the Romulan Star Empire after the character's death in Generations. Shatner outlined the first novel while filming Kirk's final scene in 1994.:156 The series is organized into three trilogies by fans: Odyssey, Mirror Universe, and Totality.
No official name has been given to the series by Simon & Schuster, Shatner, nor the Reeves-Stevenses. The colloquial name, The Shatnerverse, has been adopted by Memory Alpha and others. Characters from other films and television series appear in the novels. However, continuity within the series is independent of other book lines.
|The Ashes of Eden †º||William Shatner||June 1995||0-671-52035-0|
|The Return †º||April 1996||0-671-52610-3|
|Avenger †º||May 1997||0-671-55132-9|
|Odyssey (omnibus)||September 1998||0-671-02547-3|
|Spectre †||May 1998||0-671-00878-1|
|Dark Victory †||April 1999||0-671-00882-X|
|Preserver †||July 2000||0-671-02125-7|
|Captain's Peril †||William Shatner,
with Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
|8 October 2002||0-7434-4819-7|
|Captain's Blood †||9 December 2003||0-671-02129-X|
|Captain's Glory †||22 August 2006||0-7434-5343-3|
Video game novelizations (1996–97)
Novelizations of the popular Star Trek video games. Klingon (1996) was also dramatized as an audiobook. A novelization of Star Trek: Borg (1996) interactive movie was announced, but was never published.
|Klingon [v]||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||May 1996||0-671-00257-0|
|Starfleet Academy [w]||Diane Carey||June 1997||0-671-01550-8|
New Frontier (1997–2015)
Star Trek: New Frontier was the first Star Trek book line not to be based on a television series. The novels follow the crew of the USS Excalibur, under the command of Mackenzie Calhoun. Created by John J. Ordover. Written by Peter David. Numbering of the novels is inconsistent among primary sources. Voyages of Imagination (2006) does not number novels published after 2001.
|1||House of Cards º||Peter David||July 1997||0-671-01395-5|
|2||Into the Void º||0-671-01396-3|
|3||The Two-Front War º||August 1997||0-671-01397-1|
|4||End Game º||0-671-01398-X|
|—||New Frontier † (omnibus)||February 1998||0-671-01978-3|
|6||Fire on High||April 1998||0-671-02037-4|
|—||Once Burned º
(The Captain's Table, Book 5)
|Peter David[κ]||October 1998||0-671-02078-1|
|7||The Quiet Place||Peter David||November 1999||0-671-02079-X|
(Excalibur, Book 1)
(Excalibur, Book 2)
(Excalibur, Book 3)
(Gateways, Book 6)
|2 October 2001||0-671-04242-4|
|12||Being Human||30 October 2001||0-671-04240-8|
|—||Gods Above||30 September 2003||0-7434-1858-1|
|—||No Limits (anthology)||Peter David, ed.||21 October 2003||0-7434-7707-3|
|—||Stone and Anvil †||Peter David||28 October 2003||0-7434-2957-5|
|—||After the Fall †||30 November 2004||0-7434-9184-X|
|—||Missing in Action †||28 February 2006||1-4165-1080-X|
|—||Treason||14 April 2009||978-0-7434-2961-0|
|—||Blind Man's Bluff||26 April 2011||978-0-7434-2960-3|
|—||The Returned, Part 1 ◊||6 July 2015||978-1-4767-9092-3|
|—||The Returned, Part 2 ◊||3 August 2015||978-1-4767-9093-0|
|—||The Returned, Part 3 ◊||7 September 2015||978-1-4767-9095-4|
Star Trek: New Frontier: Excalibur miniseries follows the crew after the destruction of the Excalibur, and the apparent death of Calhoun. The novels were published as New Frontier, Books 9 – 11.
|1||Requiem||Peter David||September 2000||0-671-04238-6|
|3||Restoration †||November 2000||0-671-04243-2|
Strange New Worlds (1998–2016)
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is an anthology series of edited by Dean Wesley Smith. Each volume collected fan-submitted stories, similar to Bantam Books' The New Voyages (1976–1978).
|Strange New Worlds||Dean Wesley Smith, ed.||July 1998||0-671-01446-3|
|Strange New Worlds II||May 1999||0-671-02692-5|
|Strange New Worlds III||May 2000||0-671-03652-1|
|Strange New Worlds IV||1 May 2001||0-7434-1131-5|
|Strange New Worlds V||28 May 2002||0-7434-3778-0|
|Strange New Worlds VI||17 June 2003||0-7434-6753-1|
|Strange New Worlds VII||29 June 2004||0-7434-8780-X|
|Strange New Worlds 8||19 July 2005||1-4165-0345-5|
|Strange New Worlds 9||22 August 2006||1-4165-2048-1|
|Strange New Worlds 10||10 July 2007||978-1-4165-4438-8|
|Strange New Worlds 2016 ◊||Neil Bryant, et al.[I]||3 October 2016||978-1-5011-6158-2|
Corps of Engineers (2000–2010)
Star Trek: Corps of Engineers follows the crew of the USS da Vinci. Published as ebook exclusives on various platforms, and were later collected into print bind-ups with similar titles, but a different numbering scheme. The series was originally published as Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers.
Original novellas (2000–2006)
Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers novellas were individually numbered, No. 1 through 66. Many were also published multipart series, such as Foundations (2002), Wildfire (2003), and What's Past (2006). All novellas were later collected in omnibus editions with a different numbering scheme. The series name was abbreviated as S.C.E. on the digital covers.
|1||The Belly of the Beast||Dean Wesley Smith||8 August 2000||0-7434-1901-4|
|2||Fatal Error||Keith DeCandido||13 September 2000||0-7434-1902-2|
|3||Hard Crash||Christie Golden||8 October 2000||0-7434-1903-0|
|4||Interphase, Book 1||Dayon Ward and Kevin Dilmore||28 February 2001||0-7434-2882-X|
|5||Interphase, Book 2||28 March 2001||0-7434-2871-4|
|6||Cold Fusion||Keith DeCandido||27 July 2001||0-7434-2875-7|
|7||Invincible, Book 1||Keith DeCandido and David Mack||15 August 2001||0-7434-2872-2|
|8||Invincible, Book 2||26 September 2001||0-7434-2873-0|
|9||The Riddled Post||Aaron Rosenberg||12 October 2001||0-7434-2876-5|
|10||Here There Be Monsters
|Keith DeCandido||15 November 2001||0-7434-2877-3|
|11||Ambush||Dave Galanter||14 December 2001||0-7434-2878-1|
|12||Some Assembly Required||Scott Ciencin and Dan Jolley||15 January 2002||0-7434-2879-X|
|13||No Surrender||Jeff Mariotte||11 February 2002||0-7434-2880-3|
|14||Caveat Emptor||Ian Edginton and Mike Collins||15 March 2002||0-7434-2874-9|
|15||Past Life||Robert Greenberger||15 April 2002||0-7434-2881-1|
|16||Oaths||Glenn Hauman||15 May 2002||0-7434-5671-8|
|17||Foundations, Book 1||Kevin Dilmore and Dayton Ward||14 June 2002||0-7434-5672-6|
|18||Foundations, Book 2||15 July 2002||0-7434-5673-4|
|19||Foundations, Book 3||15 August 2002||0-7434-5674-2|
|20||Enigma Ship||J. Steven York and Christina F. York||23 September 2002||0-7434-5675-0|
|21||War Stories, Book 1||Keith DeCandido||30 October 2002||0-7434-5676-9|
|22||War Stories, Book 2||15 November 2002||0-7434-5677-7|
|23||Wildfire, Book 1||David Mack||2 January 2003||0-7434-5678-5|
|24||Wildfire, Book 2||23 January 2003||0-7434-5679-3|
|25||Home Fires||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||14 February 2003||0-7434-7591-7|
|26||Age of Unreason||Scott Ciencin||18 March 2003||0-7434-7592-5|
|27||Balance of Nature||Heather Jarman||3 April 2003||0-7434-7593-3|
|28||Breakdowns||Kieth DeCandido||17 June 2003||0-7434-7456-2|
|29||Aftermath||Christopher L. Bennett||15 July 2003||0-7434-7058-3|
|30||Ishtar Rising, Book 1||Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels||28 July 2003||0-7434-7605-0|
|31||Ishtar Rising, Book 2||20 August 2003||0-7434-7606-9|
|32||Buying Time||Robert Greenberger||30 September 2003||0-7434-7608-5|
|33||Collective Hindsight, Book 1||Aaron Rosenberg||27 October 2003||0-7434-8083-X|
|34||Collective Hindsight, Book 2||17 November 2003||0-7434-8084-8|
|35||The Demon, Book 1||Loren L. Coleman and Randall L. Bills||15 December 2003||0-7434-7609-3|
|36||The Demon, Book 2||1 January 2004||0-7434-7610-7|
|37||Ring Around the Sky||Allyn Gibson||29 March 2004||0-7434-7611-5|
|38||Orphans||Kevin Killiany||21 April 2004||0-7434-8085-6|
|39||Grand Designs||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||3 May 2004||0-7434-8086-4|
|40||Failsafe||David Mack||21 May 2004||0-7434-8087-2|
|41||Bitter Medicine||Dave Galanter||15 June 2004||0-7434-9685-X|
|42||Sargasso Sector||Paul Kupperberg||26 July 2004||0-7434-9367-2|
|43||Paradise Interupted||John S. Drew||17 August 2004||0-7434-9366-4|
|44||Where Time Stands Still||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||1 September 2004||0-7434-9361-3|
|45||The Art of the Deal||Glenn Greenberg||25 October 2004||0-7434-9686-8|
|46||Spin||J. Steven York and Christina F. York||15 November 2004||0-7434-9687-6|
|47||Creative Couplings, Book 1||Glenn Hauman and Aaron Rosenberg||15 December 2004||0-7434-9688-4|
|48||Creative Couplings, Book 2||1 February 2005||0-7434-9689-2|
|49||Small World||David Mack||1 March 2005||0-7434-9690-6|
|50||Malefictorum||Terri Osborne||25 March 2005||0-7434-9691-4|
|51||Lost Time||Ilsa J. Bick||22 April 2005||1-4165-0690-X|
|52||Identity Crisis||John J. Ordover||6 May 2005||0-7434-9684-1|
|53||Fables of the Prime Directive||Cory Rushton||15 June 2005||0-7434-9683-3|
|54||Security||Keith DeCandido||1 August 2005||1-4165-1091-5|
|55||Wounds, Book 1||Ilsa J. Bick||1-4165-0960-7|
|56||Wounds, Book 2||1 October 2005||1-4165-0961-5|
|57||Out of the Cocoon||William Leisner||0-7434-9692-2|
|58||Honor||Kevin Killiany||15 December 2005||1-4165-1059-1|
|59||Blackout||Phaedra M. Weldon||23 December 2005||1-4165-2043-0|
|60||The Cleanup||Robert T. Jeschonek||20 January 2006||1-4165-2044-9|
(What's Past, Book 1)
|Terri Osborne||17 February 2006||1-4165-2045-7|
|62||The Future Begins
(What's Past, Book 2)
|Steve Mollmann and Michael Schuster||1 April 2006||1-4165-2046-5|
|63||Echoes of Coventry
(What's Past, Book 3)
|Richard C. White||15 May 2006||1-4165-2047-3|
|64||Distant Early Warning
(What's Past, Book 4)
|Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||1 June 2006||1-4165-3309-5|
|65||10 Is Better Than 01
(What's Past, Book 5)
|Heather Jarman||1 September 2006||1-4165-3308-7|
(What's Past, Book 6)
Omnibus editions (2002–2010)
Each edition is a bind-up of three or four novellas, numbered as Book 1 through 7. The branding for the series was changed from S.C.E. to Corps of Engineers, with the publication of Aftermath (2006), as part of the book line's relaunch. Book 8 through 13 were published in trade paperback format to accommodate five or six novellas each.
|1||Have Tech, Will Travel (No. 1 – 4)||Keith DeCandido, et al.[J]||1 January 2002||0-7434-3996-1 (print)|
|2||Miracle Workers (No. 5 – 8)||Keith DeCandido, et al.[K]||29 January 2002||0-7434-4412-4 (print)|
|3||Some Assembly Required (No. 9 – 12)||Greg Brodeur, et al.[L]||3 April 2003||0-7434-6442-7 (print)|
|4||No Surrender (No. 13 – 16)||Mike Collins, et al.[M]||29 April 2003||0-7434-6443-5 (print)|
|5||Foundations (No. 17 – 19)||Kevin Dilmore and Dayton Ward||24 February 2004||0-7434-8300-6 (print)|
|6||Wildfire (No. 20 – 24)||Keith DeCandido, et al.[N]||26 October 2004||0-7434-9661-2 (print)|
|7||Breakdowns (No. 25 – 28)||Scott Ciencin, et al.[O]||26 April 2005||1-4165-0326-9 (print)|
|8||Aftermath (No. 29 – 36)||Christopher L. Bennett, et al.[P]||21 November 2006||1-4165-2576-9 (print)|
|9||Grand Design (No. 37 – 42)||Dave Galanter, et al.[Q]||3 July 2007||978-1-4165-4489-0 (print)|
|10||Creative Couplings (No. 43 – 49)||John S. Drew, et al.[R]||11 December 2007||978-1-4165-4898-0 (print)|
|11||Wounds (No. 50 – 56)||Isla J. Bick, et al.[S]||21 October 2008||978-1-4165-8909-9 (print)|
|12||Out of the Cocoon (No. 57 – 60)||William Leisner, et al.[T]||20 July 2010||978-1-4391-4842-6 (print)|
|13||What's Past (No. 61 – 66)||Terri Osborne, et al.[U]||24 August 2010||978-1-4391-9486-7 (print)|
What's Past (2006)
Star Trek: S.C.E.: What's Past was intended to be the concluding story of the crew of the USS da Vinci. An omnibus edition was published as part of the Corps of Engineers relaunch, in 2010. Distant Early Warning (2006), by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore, is a prequel to Vanguard (2005–2012). The novellas were published as S.C.E. 61 – 66.
|1||Progress||Terri Osborne||17 February 2006||1-4165-2045-7|
|2||The Future Begins||Steve Mollmann and Michael Schuster||1 April 2006||1-4165-2046-5|
|3||Echoes of Coventry||Richard C. White||15 May 2006||1-4165-2047-3|
|4||Distant Early Warning||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||1 June 2006||1-4165-3309-5|
|5||10 Is Better Than 01||Heather Jarman||1 September 2006||1-4165-3308-7|
|6||Many Splendors||Keith DeCandido||1-4165-3307-9|
|—||What's Past (omnibus)||Terri Osborne, et al.[U]||24 August 2010||978-1-4391-9486-7 (print)|
Relaunch novellas (2006–07)
Star Trek: Corps of Engineers novella relaunch. Published as ebook exclusives:
|1||Turn the Page||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||26 December 2006||1-4165-4324-4|
|3||The Light||Jeff D. Jacques||2 January 2007||978-1-4165-4566-8|
|4||The Art of the Comeback||Glenn Greenberg||1 May 2007||978-1-4165-4978-9|
|5||Signs from Heaven||Phaedra M. Weldon||29 May 2007||978-1-4165-4979-6|
|6||Ghost||Ilsa J. Bick||10 July 2007||978-1-4165-4975-8|
|7||Remembrance of Things Past, Book 1||Terri Osborne||18 September 2007||978-1-4165-4407-4|
|8||Remembrance of Things Past, Book 2||30 October 2007||978-1-4165-4409-8|
Star Trek: Challenger is flagship concept series similar to New Frontier. The titular ship, USS Challenger, was introduced in the New Earth (2000). Only one novel has been published.
(Gateways, Book 2)
|Diane Carey||31 July 2001||0-7434-1855-7|
Star Trek: Enterprise is based on the television series of the same name. Originally published as Enterprise, without the Star Trek prefix. The book line was relaunched with the publication of Last Full Measure (2006), by Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin.
Episode novelizations (2001–2003)
Based on select episodes from the television series:
|Broken Bow †||Diane Carey||2 October 2001||0-7434-4862-6|
|Shockwave †||Paul Ruditis||15 October 2002||0-7434-6455-9|
|The Expanse||J.M. Dillard||30 September 2003||0-7434-8485-1|
Original novels (2002–2006)
|By the Book||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||2 January 2002[x]||0-7434-4871-5|
|What Price Honor?||Dave Stern||29 October 2002||0-7434-6278-5|
|Surak's Soul||J.M. Dillard||25 February 2003||0-7434-6280-7|
|Daedalus, Book 1||Dave Stern||1 December 2003||0-7434-7118-0|
|Daedalus's Children, Book 2||27 April 2004||0-7434-7646-8|
|Rosetta||31 January 2006||1-4165-0956-9|
Relaunch novels (2006–2008)
|Last Full Measure||Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin||25 April 2006||1-4165-0358-7|
|The Good That Men Do||27 February 2007||978-0-7434-4001-1|
|Kobayashi Maru [i]||26 August 2008||978-1-4165-5480-6|
Romulan War (2009–2011)
|Beneath the Raptor's Wing||Michael A. Martin||20 October 2009||978-1-4391-0798-0|
|To Brave the Storm||25 October 2011||978-1-4516-0715-4|
Rise of the Federation (2013–2017)
Star Trek: Enterprise: Rise of the Federation explores the creation of the United Federation of Planets, and the rise of Captain Archer to President of the Federation. Written by Christopher L. Bennett.
|A Choice of Futures||Christopher L. Bennett||25 June 2013||978-1-4767-0674-0|
|Tower of Babel||25 March 2014||978-1-4767-4964-8|
|Uncertain Logic||24 March 2015||978-1-4767-7911-9|
|Live by the Code||29 March 2016||978-1-4767-7913-3|
|Patterns of Interference||29 August 2017||978-1-5011-6570-2|
Star Trek: Stargazer follows a young Jean-Luc Picard in command of the USS Stargazer. Written by Michael Jan Friedman. Reunion (1991) and The Valiant (2000), also by Friedman, are linked with the series.
|1||Gauntlet||Michael Jan Friedman||30 April 2002||0-7434-2792-0|
|3||Three||29 July 2003||0-7434-4852-9|
|4||Oblivion||26 August 2003||0-7434-4854-5|
|5||Enigma||27 July 2004||0-7434-4856-1|
|6||Maker||31 August 2004||0-7434-4858-8|
The Lost Era (2003–2014)
Star Trek: The Lost Era explores events prior to The Next Generation episode "Encounter at Farpoint". A new novel was published in 2014. The novels are not numbered. The Buried Age (2007), Christopher L. Bennett, and the Terok Nor (2008) series were marketed as "Tales of the Lost Era".
|The Sundered||Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels||29 July 2003||0-7434-6401-X|
|Serpents Among the Ruins||David R. George III||26 August 2003||0-7434-6403-6|
|The Art of the Impossible||Keith DeCandido||30 September 2003||0-7434-6405-2|
|Well of Souls||Ilsa J. Bick||28 October 2003||0-7434-6375-7|
|Deny Thy Father||Jeff Mariotte||25 November 2003||0-7434-6409-5|
|Catalyst of Sorrows||Margaret Wander Bonanno||30 December 2003||0-7434-6407-9|
|One Constant Star||David R. George III||27 May 2014||978-1-4767-5021-7|
Signature Edition (2003–04)
Star Trek: Signature Edition series collects two or more related novels from The Original Series and The Next Generation book lines. The editions include amplifying material, such as author's notes, essays, and interviews. Published in trade paperback format.
|Pantheon||Michael Jan Friedman||16 September 2003||0-7434-8511-4|
|The Q Continuum||Greg Cox||7 October 2003||0-7434-8508-4|
|Worlds in Collision||Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens||4 November 2003||0-7434-8509-2|
|Imzadi Forever||Peter David||2 December 2003||0-7434-8510-6|
|Duty, Honor, Redemption||Vonda N. McIntyre||26 October 2004||0-7434-9660-4|
|The Hand of Kahless||John M. Ford and Michael Jan Friedman||16 November 2004||0-7434-9659-0|
|Sand and Stars||Diane Duane and A. C. Crispin||7 December 2004||0-7434-9658-2|
I.K.S Gorkon (2003–2005)
Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon follows the exploits of a Qang-class destroyer ordered into unexplored space to find new planets to conquer in the name of the Klingon Empire. Written by Keith DeCandido. Relaunched as Klingon Empire (2008).
|1||A Good Day to Die||Keith DeCandido||28 October 2003||0-7434-5714-5|
|2||Honor Bound [n]||25 November 2003||0-7434-5716-1|
|3||Enemy Territory||1 March 2005||1-4165-0014-6|
Star Trek: Titan is flagship series set aboard the USS Titan, under the command of William Riker. The ship was introduced in Nemesis (2002). Only six novels are numbered according to Simon & Schuster.
|1||Taking Wing||Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels||29 March 2005||0-7434-9627-2|
|2||The Red King||27 September 2005||0-7434-9628-0|
|3||Orion's Hounds||Christopher L. Bennett||27 December 2005||1-4165-0950-X|
|4||Sword of Damocles||Geoffrey Thorne||27 November 2007||978-1-4165-2694-0|
|5||Over a Torrent Sea||Christopher L. Bennett||24 February 2009||978-1-4165-9497-0|
|6||Synthesis||James Swallow||27 October 2009||978-1-4391-0914-4|
|—||Fallen Gods||Michael A. Martin||31 July 2012||978-1-4516-6062-3|
|—||Absent Enemies ◊||John Jackson Miller||24 February 2014||978-1-4767-6299-9|
|—||Sight Unseen||James Swallow||29 September 2015||978-1-4767-8316-1|
|—||Fortune of War||David Mack||28 November 2017||978-1-5011-5200-9|
Star Trek: Vanguard is a flagship concept series concurrent with the events of The Original Series. The setting is Starbase 47 Vanguard situated on the edge of an unexplored region of space known as the Taurus Reach. Conceived and written by Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, and David Mack. The novella, Distant Early Warning (2006), by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore, is a prequel to Vanguard.
|1||Harbinger||David Mack||26 July 2005||1-4165-0774-4|
|2||Summon the Thunder||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||27 June 2006||1-4165-2400-2|
|3||Reap the Whirlwind||David Mack||22 May 2007||978-1-4165-3414-3|
|4||Open Secrets||Dayton Ward||28 April 2009||978-1-4165-4792-1|
|5||Precipice||David Mack||24 November 2009||978-1-4391-3011-7|
|6||Declassified (anthology)||Dayton Ward, et al.[V]||28 June 2011||978-1-4516-0691-1|
|7||What Judgements Come||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||27 September 2011||978-1-4516-0863-2|
|8||Storming Heaven||David Mack||27 March 2012||978-1-4516-5070-9|
|—||In Tempest's Wake ◊||Dayton Ward||2 October 2012||978-1-4516-9589-2|
Mirror Universe (2007–2009)
Star Trek: Mirror Universe explores the Mirror Universe introduced in The Original Series episode "Mirror, Mirror". Glass Empires (2007) and Obsidian Alliances (2007) are collections of three novellas each. Shards and Shadows (2009) is a short story anthology. The Sorrows of Empire (2009) was expanded from a novella collected in Glass Empires. Fearful Symmetry (2008) and The Soul Key (2009), by Olivia Wood, and Disavowed (2014), by David Mack, are linked to the series.
|Glass Empires (anthology)||Michael Sussman, et al.[W]||20 February 2007||978-1-4165-2459-5|
|Obsidian Alliances (anthology)||Keith DeCandido, Peter David, and Sara Shaw[λ]||20 March 2007||978-1-4165-2471-7|
|Shards and Shadows (anthology)||Marco Palmieri and Margaret Clark, eds.||6 January 2009||978-1-4165-5850-7|
|Sorrows of the Empire||David Mack||29 December 2009||978-1-4391-5516-5|
|Rise Like Lions||29 November 2011||978-1-4516-0719-2|
|Collision Course †||William Shatner,
with Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
|16 October 2007||978-1-4165-0396-5|
Star Trek: Excelsior was a flagship series concept set aboard the USS Excelsior, under the command of Captain Hikaru Sulu. The novel is marketed as part of The Original Series book line by Simon & Schuster. LibraryThing catalogs the novel as its own series, Star Trek: Excelsior. Only one novel has been published.
|Forged in Fire||Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels||26 December 2007||978-1-4165-4716-7|
Klingon Empire (2008)
Star Trek: Klingon Empire is a relaunch and continuation of I.K.S. Gorkon (2003–2005). Written by Keith DeCandido. No additional novels have been published.
|A Burning House||Keith DeCandido||29 January 2008||978-1-4165-5647-3|
Terok Nor (2008)
Star Trek: Terok Nor explores the history of the Deep Space Nine station during the Bajoran Occupation, when it was known by its Cardassian name: Terok Nor. The series is linked to The Lost Era (2003–2014).
|1||Day of the Vipers||James Swallow||25 March 2008||978-1-4165-5093-8|
|2||Night of the Wolves||S. D. Perry and Britta Dennison||29 April 2008||978-0-7434-8251-6|
|3||Dawn of the Eagles||20 May 2008||978-0-7434-8252-3|
Myriad Universes (2008–2010)
Star Trek: Myriad Universes explores alternate realties and their analogues of characters from the various television series and films.
|Infinity's Prism||William Leisner, Christopher L. Bennett, and James Swallow||22 July 2008||978-1-4165-7180-3|
|Echoes and Refractions||Geoff Trowbridge, Keith DeCandido, and Chris Roberson||12 August 2008||978-1-4165-7181-0|
|Shattered Light (anthology)||David R. George III, et al.[X]||14 December 2010||978-1-4391-4841-9|
Star Trek: Destiny explores the origin of the Borg, and Federation's response to an invasion by them. Written by David Mack. Followed by Typhon Pact (2010–2013). An omnibus edition was published in 2012.
|1||Gods of Night||David Mack||30 September 2008||978-1-4165-5171-3|
|2||Mere Mortals||28 October 2008||978-1-4165-5172-0|
|3||Lost Souls||25 November 2008||978-1-4165-5175-1|
|—||Destiny (omnibus)||13 March 2012||978-1-4516-5724-1|
Reboot (Kelvin Timeline) (2009–2013)
Film novelizations (2009–2013)
|Star Trek||Alan Dean Foster||12 May 2009||978-1-4391-5886-9|
|Star Trek Into Darkness||21 May 2013||978-1-4767-1648-0|
Starfleet Academy (2010–2012)
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy young adult miniseries explores the lives of the Enterprise crew as Starfleet Academy cadets. The series depicts the timeline of events from the rebooted films, and differs greatly from a similarly named series published in 1996.
|1||The Delta Anomaly †||Rick Barba||2 November 2010||978-1-4424-1409-9|
|2||The Edge †||Rudy Josephs||28 December 2010||978-1-4424-1408-2|
|3||The Gemini Agent †||Rick Barba||28 June 2011||978-1-4424-1961-2|
|4||The Assassination Game †||Alan Gratz and Rick Barba||26 June 2012||978-1-4424-2058-8|
Star Trek Online (2010)
Star Trek Online is based on the MMORPG of the same name. The Needs of the Many (2010), by Michael A. Martin, expanded on the timeline of the events explored by players of the game. It is unclear if additional novels will be published.
|The Needs of the Many||Michael A. Martin||30 March 2010||978-1-4391-8657-2|
Typhon Pact (2010–2013)
Star Trek: Typhon Pact is a continuation of the Destiny (2008). Many storylines conclude in The Fall (2013–14). Only four novels are numbered.
|1||Zero Sum Game||David Mack||26 October 2010||978-1-4391-6079-4|
|2||Seize the Fire||Michael A. Martin||30 November 2010||978-1-4391-6782-3|
|3||Rough Beasts of Empire||David R. George III||28 December 2010||978-1-4391-6081-7|
|4||Paths of Disharmony||Dayton Ward||25 January 2011||978-1-4391-6083-1|
|—||The Struggle Within ◊||Christopher L. Bennett||4 October 2011||978-1-4516-5142-3|
|—||Plagues of Night º||David R. George III||29 May 2012||978-1-4516-4955-0|
|—||Raise the Dawn º||26 June 2012||978-1-4516-4956-7|
|—||Brinkmanship º||Una McCormack||25 September 2012||978-1-4516-8782-8|
|—||The Khitomer Accords Saga ◊ (omnibus)||David R. George III and Una McCormack||22 January 2013||978-1-4767-3334-0|
Department of Temporal Investigations (2011–2017)
Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations, abbreviated as D.T.I., is based on the fictional Federation agency responsible for investigating time travel incidents. The protagonists, Lucsly and Dulmur, were introduced in the Deep Space Nine episode "Trials and Tribble-ations". The novels are not numbered. Forgotten History (2012) was included in The Continuing MIssions, Vol. 1. (2013).
|Watching the Clock||Christopher L. Bennett||26 April 2011||978-1-4516-0625-6|
|Forgotten History º||24 April 2012||978-1-4516-5725-8|
|The Collectors ◊||8 December 2014||978-1-4767-8259-1|
|Time Lock ◊||5 December 2016||978-1-5011-2334-4|
|Shield of the Gods ◊||9 June 2017||978-1-5011-6488-0|
The Fall (2013–14)
Star Trek: The Fall is a continuation of Typhon Pact (2010–2013). Events in the novels take place over a two-month period.
|1||Revelation and Dust||David R. George III||27 August 2013||978-1-4767-2217-7|
|2||The Crimson Shadow||Una McCormack||24 September 2013||978-1-4767-2220-7|
|3||A Ceremony of Losses||David Mack||29 October 2013||978-1-4767-2224-5|
|4||The Poisoned Chalice||James Swallow||26 November 2013||978-1-4767-2222-1|
|5||Peaceable Kingdoms||Dayton Ward||31 December 2013||978-1-4767-1899-6|
Star Trek: Seekers is a continuation of Vanguard (2005–2012).
|1||Second Nature||David Mack||22 July 2014||978-1-4767-5307-2|
|2||Point of Divergence||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||26 August 2014||978-1-4767-5726-1|
|3||Long Shot||David Mack||28 July 2015||978-1-4767-5309-6|
|4||All That's Left||Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore||27 October 2015||978-1-4767-9860-8|
Star Trek: Prey follows the exploits of a company of thieves. Includes characters from The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine. Written by John Jackson Miller.
|1||Hell's Heart||John Jackson Miller||27 September 2016||978-1-5011-1579-0|
|2||The Jackal's Trick||25 October 2016||978-1-5011-1580-6|
|3||The Hall of Heroes||29 November 2016||978-1-5011-1603-2|
Star Trek: Discovery is based on the television series of the same name. The novels follow the continuity of the television series closely. Desperate Hours (2017) is set one year prior to episode "The Vulcan Hello", and several years after The Original Series episode "The Cage". The novels are numbered by Simon & Schuster.
|1||Desperate Hours||David Mack||26 September 2017||978-1-5011-6457-6|
|2||Drastic Measures||Dayton Ward||6 February 2018||978-1-5011-7174-1|
|3||Fear Itself||James Swallow||5 June 2018||978-1-5011-6659-4|
|4||The Way to the Stars||Una McCormack||8 January 2019||978-1-9821-0475-7|
|5||The Enterprise War||John Jackson Miller||30 July 2019||978-1-9821-1331-5|
Below is an incomplete list of novels that remain unpublished:
|Tentative Title||Author(s)||Scheduled||Known ISBN[y]||Source|
|The God Thing||Gene Roddenberry||1977–?||0-671-78070-0|||
|The War Virus (The Lost Years, Book 2 or 3)||Irene Kress||1990–91||—|||
|Borg (novelization)[z]||Diane Carey||1996–97||—|
|A Time to Create||Dafydd ab Hugh||August 2004||—|||
|A Time to Destroy||September 2004||—|
|Millennium, Books 1 – 2||L.A. Graf||2000–01||—||:140|
|Starfleet: Year Two||Michael Jan Friedman||2001||—|||
|Voyager: Unimatrix Zero (novelization)||Diane Carey||2001–2002||0-671-55193-0|
|Deep Space Nine: Walking Wounded||Bradley Thompson||2001–2005||—|||
|Gateways (omnibus)||John J. Ordover, ed.||2001–2005||—|
|Harm's Way, Books 1 – 3||Jerry Oltion and Kathy Oltion||2002–2003||—|||
|The Lost Era: Tzenkethi War||Marco Palmieri, ed.||2003–2007||—|
|Crucible † (omnibus)||David R. George III||5 May 2009||978-1-4391-0248-0|
|The Next Generation: Millennium Bloom||Mike W. Barr||2010–11||978-1-4391-0220-6|
Star Trek: Academy: Trial Run was to be the second novel of a new flagship series. The novel remains unpublished. A new novel, Third Class, has appeared on bookseller platforms, scheduled for a December 2019 release, however, there has been no official announcement from Simon & Schuster.
|Tentative Title||Author(s)||Scheduled||Known ISBN[y]|
|Trial Run||William Shatner,
with Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
|Third Class||31 December 2019||978-1-4165-0399-6|
Reboot (Kelvin Timeline) (2010)
|Tentative Title||Author(s)||Scheduled||Known ISBN[y]|
|Refugees||Alan Dean Foster||May 2010||978-1-4391-7553-8|
|Seek A Newer World||Christopher L. Bennett||June 2010||978-1-4165-9816-9|
|More Beautiful than Death||David Mack||July 2010||978-1-4391-7668-9|
|The Hazard of Concealing||Greg Cox||August 2010||978-1-4391-8414-1|
The Orion Factor (2010–2014)
Star Trek: The Orion Factor, by Kevin Ryan, first appeared in publisher solicitations sometime in 2009. Little is known of the novels. They were listed as forthcoming in 2010 and in 2014. Song of Experience is the only novel to be listed in Books In Print, however the record is incomplete. The series remains unpublished.
|No.||Tentative Title||Author||Scheduled||Known ISBN[y]|
|1||Song of Innocence||Kevin Ryan||31 December 2010||978-0-7434-9165-5|
|2||Song of Experience||30 June 2014||978-0-7434-9166-2|
Titan Books (2013–present)
|†||First edition published as hardback.|
A division of the Titan Publishing Group, Titan Books reprinted Pocket and Bantam Books novels for the United Kingdom from 1987 to 1995. Titan has published a number of original reference works such as: The Making of Star Trek: First Contact (1996), and Star Trek: The Art of the Film (2009). Penguin Random House distributes Titan's publications to the United States.
Federation: The First 150 Years (2013)
Star Trek: Federation: The First 150 Years is a fictional reference chronicling the early history of the United Federation of Planets. Written by David A. Goodman. Originally published by 47North and becker&mayer! in 2012. First Titan Books was edition published in 2013.
|Federation: The First 150 Years † (reprint)||David A. Goodman||8 October 2013||978-1-78116-915-5|
Autobiography of… (2015–present)
The Autobiography of… is a series of fictional autobiographies written by the title characters. David A. Goodman is credited as the editor of each book by its fictional author.
|The Autobiography of James T. Kirk †||David A. Goodman||11 September 2015||978-1-78329-746-7|
|The Autobiography of Jean-Luc Picard †||17 October 2017||978-1-78565-465-7|
|The Autobiography of Mr. Spock †||6 August 2019||978-1-78565-466-4|
Prometheus (English) (2017–18)
Star Trek: Prometheus is a German-language flagship concept series written by Christian Humberg and Bernd Perplies. Translated by Helga Parmiter, and edited by Keith DeCandido. Originally published by Cross Cult in 2016 as part of Star Trek's 50th Anniversary celebration.
|1||Fire with Fire||Christian Humberg and Bernd Perplies||28 November 2017||978-1-78565-649-1|
|2||The Root of All Rage||29 May 2018||978-1-78565-651-4|
|3||In the Heart of Chaos||27 November 2018||978-1-78565-653-8|
Other licensed works
Mission to Horatius (1968)
Star Trek: Mission to Horatius, a young adult novel written by Mack Reynolds, was the first original novel to be based on the television series, and the only novel to be published while the series aired on NBC. Published by Whitman Books, an imprint of Western Publishing, as part of a book line based on popular television properties. A facsimile reproduction was published by Pocket Books in 1999.
|Title||Author||Date||Catalog / ISBN|
|Mission to Horatius †||Mack Reynolds||November 1968||1549|
|Mission to Horatius † (reprint)||Mack Reynolds and John Ordover, ed.||February 1999||0-671-02812-X|
The Star Trek Reader (1976–1978)
The Star Trek Reader is a four volume omnibus edition of Jame's Blish's episode novelizations and his novel Spock Must Die!. The editions were published by E. P. Dutton. Variants were made available to the Science Fiction Book Club.
|The Star Trek Reader †||James Blish||October 1976||0-8415-0467-9|
|The Star Trek Reader II †||April 1977||0-525-20960-3|
|The Star Trek Reader III †||September 1977||0-525-20961-1|
|The Star Trek Reader IV †||March 1978||0-525-20962-X|
The Klingon Hamlet (1996)
The Klingon Hamlet is a translation of William Shakespeare's Hamlet into Klingon. Originally published as a limited edition by the Klingon Language Institute in 1996. Reprinted in 2000 by Pocket Books as The Klingon Hamlet. Also known as The Tragedy of Khamlet, Son of the Emperor of Qo'noS, and Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: The Restored Klingon Version.
|Hamlet, The Prince of Denmark † (limited)||Mark Shoulson, ed.[μ]||March 1996||0-9644345-1-2|
|The Klingon Hamlet (reprint)[aa]||Lawrence Schoen, et al.[ν]||February 2000||0-671-03578-9|
Science Fiction Book Club (1998–2007)
The Science Fiction Book Club has published numerous omnibus editions exclusively for club members. Below is an incomplete list.
|New Frontier †||Peter David||January 1998||18942||1-56865-502-9|
|Prometheans †||July 1998||17462||1-56865-742-0|
|The Q Continuum †||Greg Cox||November 1998||01735||1-56865-954-7|
|Rihannsu †||Diane Duane and Peter Morwood||October 2000||33614||0-7394-1390-2|
|The Genesis Wave †||John Vornholt||June 2001||37291||0-7394-1843-2|
|Stargazer †||Michael Jan Friedman||June 2002||51101||0-7394-2617-6|
|The Janus Gate †||L.A. Graf||October 2002||53110||0-7394-2854-3|
|Vulcan's Soul †||Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz||April 2007||1233733||978-0-7394-8205-6|
Federation: The First 150 Years (2012)
Star Trek: Federation: The First 150 Years is a fictional reference chronicling the early history of the United Federation of Planets. Written by David A. Goodman. A deluxe edition was published by 47North and becker&mayer! in 2012, which included an audio introduction by George Takei. A hardback edition was published by Titan Books in 2013.
|Federation: The First 150 Years †||David A. Goodman||4 December 2012||978-1-61218-417-3|
|Federation: The First 150 Years † (reprint)||8 October 2013||978-1-78116-915-5|
Prometheus (German) (2016)
Star Trek: Prometheus is a flagship concept series written by Christian Humberg and Bernd Perplies. Published for the German-language market by Cross Cult as part of Star Trek's 50th Anniversary celebration.
|1||Feuer gegen Feuer||Christian Humberg and Bernd Perplies||29 July 2016||978-3-86425-851-0|
|2||Der Ursprung allen Zorns||22 August 2016||978-3-86425-852-7|
|3||Ins Herz des Chaos||19 September 2016||978-3-86425-853-4|
- Originally published as Star Trek. Retitled Star Trek 1 in 1975.
- No tie-in novels published by Bantam Books included The Original Series subtitle.
- Star Trek 1 (1975) is a variant of Star Trek (1967), by James Blish.
- The Day of the Dove (1985) is a variant of Star Trek 11 (1975), by James Blish.
- Mudd's Enterprise (1994) is a variant of Mudd's Angels (1978), by J.A. Lawrence.
- No books published by Ballantine Books included The Animated Series subtitle.
- Similarly named works: Final Frontier (1988), novel by Diane Carey, and The Final Frontier (1989), novelization by J.M. Dillard.
- Similarly named novels: Enterprise: The First Adventure (1986), novel by Vonda N. McIntyre, and Enterprise (1999), by Michael Jan Friedman.
- Similarly named novels: The Kobayashi Maru (1989), by Julia Ecklar, and Enterprise: Kobayashi Maru (2008), by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels.
- Exact date of release is not known, or not available via primary sources. Approximated to the nearest month.
- Listed as part of the Starfleet Academy miniseries by Memory Alpha.
- Similarly named works: Deep Space Nine: Warped (1995), novel by K. W. Jeter, and The Next Generation: Warped (2015), satirical episode guide by Mike McMahan.
- Status as a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine relaunch novel or anthology is disputed among primary sources.
- Similarly named works: Deep Space Nine: Honor Bound (1997), young adult novella by Diana G. Gallagher, and I.K.S. Gorkon: Honor Bound (2003), novel by Keith DeCandido.
- Originally published as Star Trek: The Lives of Dax. Second printing included the rounded Star Trek: Deep Space Nine mark used for the relaunch series.
- A Stitch in Time (2000), by Andrew J. Robinson, was published as Deep Space Nine, Book 27.
- Dramatization of Star Trek: Klingon (1996), an interactive movie game developed by Simon & Schuster Interactive.
- Dramatization of Star Trek: Borg (1996), an interactive movie game developed by Simon & Schuster Interactive.
- Planet X (1998), by Michael Jan Friedman, is a crossover between Marvel's X-Men and The Next Generation.
- Engines of Destiny (2005), by Gene DeWeese, is marketed as a Next Generation novel by Simon & Schuster. It is cataloged as an Original Series novel by Jeff Ayers in Voyages of Imagination (2006).
- Published as Day of Honor: The Television Episode. The cover art is identical to other novels in the Day of Honor crossover miniseries.
- Based on Star Trek: Klingon (1996), an interactive movie game developed by Simon & Schuster Interactive.
- Based on Star Trek: Starfleet Academy (1997), a three-dimensional simulation video game published by Interplay Entertainment.
- The publication date of Enterprise: By the Book, by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is listed by Books In Print and Amazon as January 2, 2001. Memory Alpha, and other fan resources, list the publication date as January 2, 2002. The novel's verso reads January 2002.
- ISBN listed in solicitations from the publisher or available via bookseller listings, prior to a novel's withdrawal from publication.
- To be based on Star Trek: Borg (1996), an interactive movie game published by Simon & Schuster.
- The Klingon Hamlet: The Restored Klingon Version (2000) is a reprint of the Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: The Restored Klingon Version (1996), published as a limited edition by the Klingon Language Institute.
- Mere Anarchy (2009) by Keith DeCandido, editor, with Mike W. Barr, Christopher L. Bennett, Margaret Wander Bonanno, Dave Galanter, Dayton Ward, Kevin Gilmore, and Howard Weinstein.
- The Next Generation: Doomsday World (1990) by Carmen Carter, Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman and Robert Greenberger.
- Double Helix (2002) by John Gregory Betancourt, Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Diane Carey, John Vorhnolt, Peter David, and Michael Jan Friedman and Christie Golden.
- Deep Space Nine: Twist of Faith (2007) by S.D. Perry, David Weddle and Jeffrey Lang, Keith DeCandido.
- Invasion! (1998) by John J. Ordover, editor, with Diane Carey, Dean Wesley Smith, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, L.A. Graf, and Dafydd ab Hugh.
- Day of Honor (1999) by Diane Carey, L.A. Graf, Michael Jan Friedman, Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and Diane G. Gallagher.
- The Captain's Table (2000) by L.A. Graf, Michael Jan Friedman, Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Diane Carey, Peter David, Jerry Oltion.
- Gateways: What Lay Beyond (2001) by John J. Ordover, editor, with Diane Carey, Peter David, Keith DeCandido, Christie Golden, Robert Greenberger, and Susan Wright.
- Strange New Worlds 2016 (2016) by Neil Bryant, Gary Piserchio and Frank Tagader, Kelli Fitzpatrick, Chris Chaplin, Michael Turner, Nancy Debretsion, Derek Tyler Attico, Roger McCoy, John Coffren, and Kristen McQuinn.
- S.C.E.: Have Tech, Will Travell (2002) by Keith DeCandido, Kevin Dilmore, Christie Golden, Dean Wesley Smith, and Dayton Ward..
- S.C.E.: Miracles Workers (2002) by Keith DeCandido, Kevin Dilmore, David Mack, and Dayton Ward.
- S.C.E.: Some Assembly Required (2003) by Greg Brodeur, Scott Ciencin, Keith DeCandido, Dave Galnter, Dan Jolley, and Aaron Rosenberg.
- S.C.E.: No Surrender (2003) by Mike Collins, Ian Edginton, Robert Greenberger, Glenn Hauman, and Jeff Mariotte.
- S.C.E. Wildfire (2004) by Keith DeCandido, David Mack and J. Steven York and Christina F. York
- S.C.E.: Breakdowns (2005) by Scott Ciencin, Keith DeCandido, Kelvin Dilmore, Heather Jarman, and Dayton Ward.
- Corps of Engineers: Aftermath (2006) Christopher L. Bennett, Loren L. Coleman and Randall N. Bills, Robert Greenberger, Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels, and Aaron Rosenberg.
- Corps of Engineers: Grand Designs (2007) by Dave Galanter, Allyn Gibson, Kevin Killiany, Paul Kupperberg, David Mack, and Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore..
- Corps of Engineers: Creative Couplings (2007) by John S. Drew, Glenn Greenberg, Glen Hauman and Aaron Rosenberg, David Mack, Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore, J. Steven York and Christina F. York.
- Corps of Engineers: Wounds (2008) by Isla J. Back, Keith DeCandido, John J. Ordover, Terri Osborne, and Cory Rushton
- Corps of Engineers: Out of the Cocoon (2010) by William Leisner, Kevin Killiany, Phaedra M. Weldon, and Robert T. Jeschoniek.
- Corps of Engineers: What's Past (2010) by Terri Osborne, Steve Mollmann, Michael Schuster, Richard C. White, Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, Heather Jarman and Keith DeCandido.
- Vanguard: Declassified (2011) by Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, Marco Palmieri, and David Mack.
- Mirror Universe: Glass Empires (2007) by Michael Sussman, with Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore, David Mack, and Greg Cox.
- Myriad Universes: Shattered Light (2010) by David R. George II, Steve Mollman and Michael Schuster, and Scott Pearson.
- As by Brad Ferguson. Uncredited rewrite completed by J.M. Dillard.
- As by Margaret Wander Bonanno. Uncredited rewrite by Gene DeWeese.
- As by James T. Kirk and Hikaru Sulu, told in their own words, as recorded by L.A. Graf.
- As by Christopher Pike, told in his own words, as recorded by Jerry Oltion.
- As by Jean Luc Picard, told in his own words, as recorded by Michael Jan Friedman.
- As by Quark, a resident of the Deep Space Nine station, as told by Ira Steven Behr.
- As by Quark, as told to Robert Hewitt Wolfe and Ira Steven Behr.
- As by Benjamin Sisko, told in his own words, as recorded by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch.
- As by Kathryn Janeway, told in her own words, as recorded by Diane Carey.
- As by Mackenzie Calhoun, in his own words, as recorded by Peter David.
- Sara Shaw is a pseudonym for David Mack.
- As by William Shakespeare, Mark Shoulson, editor, with Nick Nicholaus and Andrew Strader, translators.
- 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.
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