News BulletsBy Christian
March 27, 2001 - 11:29 PM
- This is not a member of Star Trek fandom we can be particularly proud of, but an AP article mentions that Timothy McVeigh is a Star Trek fan. The Oklahoma City bomber, who killed 168, corresponded for two years with a reporter, and the letters will soon be published in Esquire Magazine. "Lest you think I'm only a mindless cartoon addict," he wrote, "I will admit that I am a Star Trek junkie, too (whenever one of this unit's 'panic alarms' goes off, I start screaming: 'Red Alert! Shields up!') (Hey it gives me something to do! A man has to exercise his vocal cords on something!)."
- S.D. Perry, writer of the upcoming 'Avatar' DS9 Relaunch novels, has begun posting on Psi Phi's Star Trek Books BBS.
- Jamahl Epsicokhan at Star Trek: Hypertext has put up an editorial on the XFL, the troubled football league set up by NBC and UPN.
- Donna Murphy, who played Anij in 'Star Trek: Insurrection', has a starring role as the psychologist Ruby on 'What About Joan', a new sitcom premiering on ABC tonight at 9:30pm. A review of the show, which stars Joan Cusack, can be found here at MediaWeek.
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