Trek. Lots and lots of Trek. Congress uncovers a Fan during hearings; Black Mirror, Babylon 5, ISS, Starliner and lots, lots more
In her debut post, Erin Wilcox explores the connections between Yoga and the Vulcan mudra.
I was a Trekkie before I was a Fan
Carol Shetler remembers how important Star Trek was to her family when she was growing up, and especially the effect that the show’s strong female characters had on her.
The Club House rounds up Spock – inspired zines offering up a unique tribute to one of our favorite characters,
There’s still some copies left!
They’re expanding everywhere: an infinite series of novels, an endless number of parallel stories, each one populated by people who seem similar to us but whose lives have changed in just one salient way
The history of Star Trek comics. (We’ve got one coming that’s not in the book!)
A list of the top ten best Alien movies.
Are Trekkies (‘ers) real science fiction fans or something else? R. Graeme Cameron takes us on a tour of the first ever Trek fanzine.
Having seen Star Trek Into Darkness twice now, and having very much enjoyed it, my aim is to avoid spoilers here whenever possible, for the sake of those readers who might intend to see the film but haven’t gotten around to it yet. That said, if you’re really worried about it, I’d say close your […]
2013 Feb 10 – Theodore Sturgeon, aka/Edward Hamilton Waldo, is best remembered for asking “What’s the next question?” In some portraits, you’ll see Sturgeon wearing a “Q,” with an arrow pointing forward, suspended from a thin, silver chain around his neck. He believed in questioning our assumptions. He would push further inquiry by suggesting that […]