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KILLING TIME: The Most Controversial Star Trek Book Ever

Legend says that Pocket Books recalled this Star Trek novel for having too much queer subtext...but is it true? Click here to find out!

Book Recommendations for the Crew of the Original Star Trek Enterprise

What the crew of the Star Trek Enterprise (the original one!) would read.

Happy 50th Birthday, Star Trek!

Books to read to celebrate the 50th birthday of Star Trek

The Best Star Trek Books (for the 50th Anniversary)

A must-read list for Star Trek fans!

In Praise of Expanded Universes

Why tie-in novels of sci-fi/fantasy/otherwise fictional universes are valuable.

Reading, Parenting, and Unexpected Milestones

It’s a funny thing about parenting, sometimes the biggest milestones come out of nowhere. And that’s what I’m here to ...

The Art of the Start: VISION #1

You’ve got a handful of pages to prove your concept, to introduce your character, to get your hooks into your ...

Fandom-Inspired Quiet Books

One thing about working in the kids’ section of a bookstore for years is that I’ve developed strong opinions about ...

Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War #1

Mogo doesn’t socialise. Well, he’s dead when this crossover between two of the most popular franchises of the last 50 ...

The Amazing World of Star Trek Novels

Friends, Remans, Undiscovered Countrymen! Lend me your Spock ears! (I am sorry for this entire opening sentence.) I’ll be honest ...

A Simple Tale About Man Who Hates An Animal: MOBY-DICK in Pop Culture

Call me illuminated. I’ve just finished Moby-Dick and, like many before me, I feel like I’ve been on a voyage ...

The Structures of Harry Potter

Anyone who spends time around me can attest to the fact that I spend a weird amount of my time ...

Books I’m Embarrassed to Read In Public

Recently, Slate published an article with the title “Yes, Adults Should Be Embarrassed To Read YA” because I sweartogod it ...

An Exercise in Interrogating My Bookshelves

A little while ago,  I saw this comic published by the amazing Tom Gauld. And I looked at it and ...

Testifying for Fan-Fiction

  So these two writers walk into a bar, right? And neither of them is a horse or anything but ...