Two popular Star Trek authors have been nominated for Scribe Awards.
The Scribe Awards, which recognize excellence in the field of writing for media tie-in franchises, are presented by The International Association of Media Tie-in Writers (IAMTW).
The authors nominated are Greg Cox and David Mack.
Cox was nominated in the Original Novel category for Star Trek: The Rings of Time; an original series story about a dilithium mining colony on Skagway, a moon of Klondike-6, which is threatened by the disintegration of Klondike-6’s rings.
Mack was nominated for Star Trek: The Next Generation – Cold Equations, Book 1: The Persistence of Memory. In The Persistence of Memory, Data’s android brother B-4 has been stolen and Captain Picard and his crew need to find out the reason why and by whom B-4 was stolen.
The Scribe Awards winners will be announced in July at the San Diego Comic-Con.
Congratulations to both Cox and Mack for their nominations.