Back by popular demand — again! Our third anthology featuring original Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager stories written by Star Trek fans, for Star Trek fans!
Each Strange New Worlds competition draws a greater response than the last. The final selections gathered here were chosen from an overwhelming number of entries by virtue of their originality and style. With wit, compassion, and an affection for all things Star Trek, these brand-new authors take us where Star Trek has never gone before.
Their tales rocket across the length and breadth of Federation time and space, from when Captain Kirk explored the galaxy on the first Starship Enterprise, through Captain Picard’s U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D and Captain Sisko’s Deep Space Nine, to Captain Janeway’s Starship Voyager, with many more fascinating stops along the way.
Find out what happens in the Star Trek universe when fans — like you —
take the helm!
Contains original stories by: Kelly Cairo, Jackee Crowell, Gordon Gross, Sarah A. Hoyt, Robert T. Jeshonek, Diana Kornfeld, Rebecca Lickiss, Susan Ross Moore, Drew Morby, Ann Nagy, Logan Page, Tonya D. Price, Kim Sheard, John Takis, E. Catherine Tobler, Dayton Ward, Mary Wiecek, Jerry M. Wolfe, G. Wood and Shane Zeranski.
And just to make sure the world flips on its axis and plunges us all into another ice age, I managed to earn a spot in the third SNW anthology with the story “The Aliens Are Coming!” which was published in May of 2000. This tale revisits Captain John Christopher from the original series episode “Tomorrow is Yesterday,” where he deals with the suspicions and paranoia surrounding UFO’s on an entirely new level. In addition to Captain Christopher, we’ll catch up with Captain Wainwright, who was one of the Air Force officers worried about the “aliens” they discovered in 1947 (as chronicled in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode “Little Green Men.”). There are a couple of other cameos, but I can’t be ruinin’ the fun if you haven’t read it yet, can I?