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ISBN13:
978-0745624907
ISBN:
0745624901
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Polity Press (December 6, 2000)
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Television
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Real World article(written from a Production point of view).

Real World article(written from a Production point of view). In a world shrunk by modern transport and communication, Star Trek has maintained the values of western maritime exploration through the discovery of 'strange new worlds' in space. Throughout its fifty-year history, the 'starry sea' has provided a familiar backdrop to an ongoing interrogation of what it means to be human.

Novels based on Star Trek, The Next Generation, Voyager, and Discovery, are in print. As recently as 2017, novels based on Deep Space Nine and Enterprise were published

Throughout the Star Trek: New Frontier saga, Mark McHenry, the navigator on the .

Throughout the Star Trek: New Frontier saga, Mark McHenry, the navigator on the .

While the authors of Star Trek: The Human Frontier allow room for discussion of other types of oppression, and provide excellent food for thought on several other themes, their handling of representations of race in Trek is a missed opportunity.

New Frontier was the first Star Trek tie-in fiction property not to be based on a television series. The series was created by John J. Ordover. The novels explore life aboard the Excalibur, commanded by Capt.

This book charts the developing Star Trek story from the 1960s through to the present day. Although the core values and progressive politics of the series’ earliest episodes have remained at the heart of Star Trek throughout half . . Although the core values and progressive politics of the series’ earliest episodes have remained at the heart of Star Trek throughout half a century, in other ways the story it tells has shifted with the times. In a world shrunk by modern transport and communication, Star Trek has maintained the values of western maritime exploration through the discovery of ‘strange new worlds’ in space. Throughout its fifty-year history, the ‘starry sea’ has provided a familiar backdrop to an ongoing interrogation of what it means to be human.

November 2001 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

BEING HUMAN Throughout the Star Trek: New Frontier saga, Mark McHenry, the navigator on the . I enjoyed this book as with most of the author's work. The book focus is on Mark McHenry and where he came from

BEING HUMAN Throughout the Star Trek: New Frontier saga, Mark McHenry, the navigator on the . The book focus is on Mark McHenry and where he came from. As an avid Star Trek fan myself I was pleased to see a tie in with the original series. More specific when Kirk et. al. were on Pollux IV where they met Apollo. Now we find out that that Apollo was more randy then TOS lead us to believe. After all this is fiction and a good imagination from the author.

Barrett, Duncan, Barrett, Michèle.

Star Trek: New Frontier is a Star Trek novel series created by John J. Ordover and Peter David and . Ordover and Peter David and published by Pocket Books. The idea behind it was to create a Star Trek book series with its own continuity and not one that is purely a reaction to the television shows. First published in 1997 as a serial consisting of four short novels, New Frontier is set in the Star Trek: The Next Generation universe, but in the unexplored Sector 221-G, home of the recently fallen Thallonian Empire.