- n. A popular sci-fi media franchise set in the future, primarily focusing on the adventures of the personnel of a space navy of an interstellar political federation of which Earth is a charter member.
- adj. Futuristic, particularly with respect to things similar in appearance or effect to technology in the Star Trek franchise..
“Since 1997, he has been a contributing writer to Star Trek Communicator, writing news stories and personality profiles for the bimonthly publication of the Official Star Trek Fan Club.”
“Thanks to that fount of Star Trek knowledge, Jim Shaun Lyon, and my creature researchers: Priscilla J.”
“For more than eight years, KEVIN DILMORE was a contributing writer to Star Trek Communicator, penning news stories and personality profiles for the bimonthly publication of the Official Star Trek Fan Club.”
“Was he watching an episode of Star Trek on TV or jerking off to an old copy of Juggs?”
“And finally, Curt Danhauser, fan and consummate guru of all things pertaining to the animated Star Trek series.”
“Indeed, the Star Trek universe played host to her professional fiction debut, This Gray Spirit, the second novel in the critically acclaimed Mission: Gamma series of Deep Space Nine books set after the TV series.”
“Joyce Perry, of course, for writing “The Time Trap” for the animated Star Trek series.”
“He developed the Star Trek Vanguard series with editor Marco Palmieri and wrote its first volume, Harbinger, and its third installment, Reap the Whirlwind.”
“In one episode of the original Star Trek TV series “Mirror, Mirror,” number 39, Captain Kirk enters a parallel universe where he meets a rather sinister, bearded Mr. Spock, plus other unsavory doubles of the nice-in-our-universe crew.”
“DAVID MACK is the author of numerous Star Trek novels, including the USA Today bestseller A Time to Heal and its companion volume, A Time to Kill.”
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