Mar 5, 2023
John Jackson Miller: The High Country.
One of the joys of a new Star Trek series is when the literature is able to fill in gaps and create new adventures for the crew.
In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey Pettitt are joined by author John Jackson Miller to talk about his new book, the...
Feb 26, 2023
Rebels: The Conquered.
The mission of Captain Sisko was to help Bajor get ready for Federation membership so what better way to do that than to hand over the station to the Bajorians for sixty days to see if they are ready for the responsibility.
In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey...
Feb 5, 2023
Dark Matters: Cloak and Dagger.
By the time that Star Trek: Voyager was released, there were not as many numbered books coming out for the series, so compared with The Next Generation or The Original Series, the amount of literature for Voyager seems miniscule.
In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing...
Jan 6, 2023
David Mack: Harm's Way.
One of the beauties of tie-in fiction is the ability to fill in the gaps between episodes, giving authors the ability to show how characters deal with the aftermath of the life-changing events that don't always get seen onscreen in the next episode.
In this episode of Literary Treks hosts...
Dec 18, 2022
Enterprise: The First Adventure.
Every journey has a beginning which means the crew of the Enterprise from The Original Series had to become the family fans knew through working together, one mission at a time.
In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey Pettitt talk about Enterprise: The First...