News Bullets

By Christian
September 13, 2000 - 6:41 PM

  • Delta Story and Running Horse have recently added two new prizes to their raffle of the 'Starry Night in the Delta Quadrant' wall hanging. All proceeds of the raffle will benefit the Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles in conjunction with the Galaxy Ball, hosted by Robert Beltran (Chakotay). More information can be found at Delta Story's Trekker Treats or you can participate in the raffle by going here.

  • has posted another Who's in the Movies article, listing all the new movies featuring appearances by everyone who has ever had a guest role on Star Trek.

  • SFX has put up another item of seemingly non-news, reporting that according to one of their sources, the Series V producers are considering bringing the new series to syndication instead of to UPN. As UPN and Paramount are both owned by Viacom, this does not seem to be a decision solely for the producers, and of course speculation about syndication has been going on for several months already, so this doesn't really seem to be anything new.

  • 'Fatal Error', the second installment in the eBook-only Star Trek 'S.C.E.' series, is now available from Barnes & Noble for a price of $5. The book was written by Keith R.A. DeCandido. Thanks go out to Lee Jamilkowski for the news!

  • The fan club of J.G. Hertzler (Martok) has announced that, in the weekend of the 13th to the 15th of October, they will be organising the 2nd Annual Klingon Feast, a weekend devoted to playing Klingon. The event will take place at the Fountain Beach Resort in Daytona Beach, Florida, and will consist of games, contests, panels and the Saturday Night Feast (bloodwine provided). More info can be obtained via the House of Martok mailing list.

  • Voyager's Delights has reprinted an interview with Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi) which appeared in the official Star Trek Magazine, dealing with her guest appearances on 'Earth: Final Conflict' and 'Stargate SG-1', Canadian productions, and the restaurant she owns together with her husband. Thanks go out to BW for this!

  • Psi Phi is reporting that Peter David's 'New Frontier' novel series will soon be making its way to Germany. Two books will be translated into German and published by Heyne: 'Die Neue Grenze: Captain Calhoun', containing the first two English NF novels, and 'Die Neue Grenze: U.S.S. Excalibur', containing books three and four.

  • And also on Psi Phi, A.C. Crispin announced that Paramount has okayed a new novel trilogy, continuing the story of her earlier novels 'Yesterday's Son' and 'Time for Yesterday'.

  • According to, Paramount has registered the domain names, and

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