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The third ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ novel is out now, with a tightly written story about Saru.
TrekMovie spent some quality time inside the original Star Trek sets in Ticonderoga, New York.
We also have details on Trekonderoga and what it was like to have William Shatner return to the bridge.
We have full video of today’s WIlliam Shatner’s press event, which kicked off his weekend at the the Star Trek Set Tour.
The Enterprise is here, the Emperor’s on the loose, and we need to know more.
The second ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ novel arrives tomorrow, with a story about Gabriel Lorca, Phillipa Georgiou and Kodos the Executioner.
Sisko is back in another Deep Space Nine adventure from David R. George III
The Orville wraps up its first season in a quiet and nuanced episode about faith and relationships.
Against the backdrop of a cool sci-fi story, The Orville dives into more development for two key characters.
Alara has to confront some of her darkest fears in this standout episode of The Orville.
David A. Goodman returns to tell the fascinating story of one of Star Trek’s most celebrated captains
Learn more about about Georgiou, Burnham and Saru in David Mack’s prequel novel to the new Star Trek series.
If you are planning a visit to the Klingon Empire or just want to learn more about the culture, this guide may be right for you.
Una McCormack shines in her latest Star Trek novel which takes us to post Dominion-War Cardassia.
We take a look at the fifth entry in Christopher L. Bennett’s Department of Temporal Investigations series.
Dayton Ward brings us a mystery for Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise-E that spans across the centuries.
The moral and ethical nature of Section 31 comes into question in the latest Trek novel from author David Mack.
A highlight of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary celebrations last year was the Star Trek art book and accompanying traveling exhibition, “Star Trek: 50 Artists 50 Years”. The collection is a triumph of risky artistic choices that, for the most part, paid off.