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SFX Trek

Friday, January 11th, 2013

The latest issue of SFX Magazine (#231) features Star Trek, both Star Trek into Darkness and a look back at Star Trek: The Motion Picture, and five lucky UK fans will win a copy.

SFX interviewed Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Director J.J. Abrams for this issue.

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Star Trek XI Tie-In Novels Postponed

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

Fans awaiting the four novels by Christopher L. Bennett, Greg Cox, Alan Dean Foster and David Mack, which were due to be published this summer will be disappointed by the news that the book release has been indefinitely delayed by Pocket Books.

Only a few days after TrekToday posted a preview of four new Star Trek XI tie-in novels due out this summer, word has come out that Pocket Books has changed their mind regarding publication of the four tie-in books and has removed them from the Pocket Books 2010 publication schedule.

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New Star Trek Novel Covers Preview

Friday, January 8th, 2010

The most recent catalog from Simon and Schuster provided synopses and black-and-white tentative covers for four forthcoming Star Trek novels set in the J.J. Abrams universe.

The novels are: Refugees, by Alan Dean FosterSeek a Newer World, by Christopher L. Bennett; More Beautiful Than Death, by David Mack; and The Hazard of Concealing, by Greg Cox.

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Foster: Writing The Star Trek XI Novelization

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

Writing a novelization of a movie like Star Trek XI can mean overcoming certain challenges to do so, but Alan Dean Foster had some things go his way when it came to writing the book. Plus: Foster to write a sequel to Star Trek XI.

As reported by Wired, having a good screenplay helped. “A movie like [Star Trek XI], too, goes by so fast,” said Foster. “Unless you go back and see the movie again, you miss a lot of stuff anyway.

Foster To Pen ‘Star Trek XI’ Adaptation

Friday, February 13th, 2009

Author of ‘Star Trek: The Animated Series’ ‘log books’ to adapt latest ‘Star Trek’ movie. (more…)