|| Most of the essays were published in the original edition: Dallas, Tex. : BenBella Books : Distributed by Independent Publishers Group, ©2006.
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|| Introduction : Welcome abroad the Enterprise / Robert J. Sawyer -- Foreword : Still trekkin' after all these years / David Gerrold -- Star Trek in the real world / Norman Spinrad -- I remember Star Trek ... / D.C. Fontana -- All our tomorrows / Allen Steele -- The prime question / Eric Greene -- We find the one quite adequate / Michael A. Burstein -- Who am I? / Lyle Zynda -- What have you done with Spock's brain?!? / Don DeBrandt -- Lost secrets of pre-war human technology / Lawrence Watt-Evans -- Exaggerate with extreme prejudice / Robert A. Metzger -- To boldly teach what no one has taught before / David DeGraff -- Who killed the space race? / Adam Roberts -- Alexander for the modern age / Melissa Dickinson -- How Star trek liberated television / Paul Levinson -- Being better / Howard Weinstein -- Appendix. Episode reference.
|| An eclectic mix of essays about the original Star trek series, which is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary this year. You'll learn behind-the-scenes anecdotes; examine the show's enduring appeal and influence, and much more.