Dec 4, 2022
Ship of the Line.
One of the blessings of tie-in fiction is the ability of writers to fill in the gaps between episodes or movies in a franchise and Star Trek's literature has done that better than most.
In this episode of Literary Treks Matthew Rushing and Casey Pettitt discuss Ship of the Line. We discuss back story,...
Nov 20, 2022
Star Trek: First Contact: The Making of the Classic Film.
Star Trek is one of the longest running franchises and yet the amount of reference books, art books and making-of books that come out is sorely lacking compared to something like Star Wars.
In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey...
Nov 6, 2022
Star Trek books had a long history of event hardcover novels for The Original Series as well as The Next Generation, but for Deep Space Nine, the trend seemed to grind to a halt.
In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey Pettitt talk about the first DS9 hardcover, Warped. We discuss...
Oct 16, 2022
Star Trek: Picard lead to the end of the lit-verse for Star Trek which in turn has opened the doors for writers to fill in the gaps between the previous shows and the new series.
In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey Pettitt talk about Second Self. We discuss the...
Sep 11, 2022
New Earth: Challenger.
The mission that the Enterprise has had to help safeguard the colonists of Belle Terre has been harder and more taxing that anyone expected, yet it is about to come to a close, but not before one more unexpected challenge.
In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey Pettitt...