Because I know you were thinking, “Hey! It’s been a while since that Ward guy babbled at length about anything.” You say you need a fix, and I’m your dealer.
Well, not really. In this case, it’s Literary Treks who’s doing the dealing. Being just one of Trek.fm‘s rotating schedule of Trek and genre-themed podcast, episodes of Literary Treks focus on the Star Trek prose and comics. This includes interviewing writers (and artists, in the case of comics) of the various stories, and for this latest installment, hosts Matthew Rushing and Dan Gunther install safety rails and netting around the perimeter so that I don’t hurt myself as we talk about my latest book offering, Armageddon’s Arrow.
To hear Matthew and Dan describe it:
“In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Dan Gunther are joined by Dayton Ward to talk about this latest adventure for the TNG crew. We discuss changing course in the 24th century, the new crew with the old, Picard’s changes, creating races and technology, being careful what you wish for, literary on ramp, balancing resources, how things circle back, Section 1701, what Taurik saw, the ending, trying to surprise readers and upcoming things from Dayton.”
As for what Taurik saw and the ending, I refer you to this memorandum from the Department of Temporal Investigations.
Have a listen, whydontcha:
Thanks very much to Matt and Dan for having me on again. It’s always great to talk to you guys.