read my stuff while you’re stuck at home, part 1: Star Trek work


So many of us are kinda stuck staying home a lot, and that means more reading time! Or, at least, time spent reading so you don’t go batshit because you’re stuck staying at home a lot……

As one possible thing to read, how about my writing? We start with the work I’ve done in the world of Star Trek, both fiction and nonfiction.


  • The Next Generation: Diplomatic Implausibility — Worf’s first mission as Federation ambassador to the Klingon Empire
  • Deep Space Nine: Demons of Air and Darkness — part of the post-finale DS9 novels, and part of the “Gateways” crossover
  • The Brave and the Bold Book 1 and Book 2 — the first single story to encompass the the first five Trek TV shows, as an Enterprise prelude is followed by a novella from each of the other four (the original series, TNG, DS9, and Voyager) as they deal with an ancient, powerful artifact with the help of other ships (the Constellation, the Odyssey, the Hood, and the Gorkon)
  • The Lost Era: The Art of the Impossible — the Betreka Nebula Incident sets the Klingons and Cardassians against each other for eighteen years
  • I.K.S. Gorkon Book 1: A Good Day to DieBook 2: Honor Bound, Book 3: Enemy Territory — three novels about a Klingon vessel that seeks out new life and new civilizations and conquers them for the greater glory of the empire!
  • The Next Generation: A Time for War, a Time for Peace — the final chapter in the multiauthor nine-book series chronicling the year leading up to Nemesis
  • Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Volume 3 — the Ferenginar half of this two-novel volume is by me, and has Grand Nagus Rom struggling to maintain power
  • Articles of the Federation — a year in the life of newly elected Federation President Nan Bacco in the year following Nemesis, giving insight into the UFP government
  • Mirror Universe: Obsidian Alliances — I wrote the first of three novels in this trade paperback, The Mirror-Scaled Serpent, a Voyager story in the Mirror Universe established in “Mirror, Mirror,” in which Kes and Neelix wind up in the Alpha Quadrant and get caught in the conflict between the Terran Rebellion and the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
  • The Next Generation: Q & A — the ultimate Q story as we find out why Q has done most of what he’s done in his appearances, and nothing less than the fate of the universe is at stake
  • Klingon Empire: A Burning House — a look at the greater tapestry of life throughout the Klingon Empire
  • Myriad Universes: Echoes and Refractions — I wrote the middle of three novels in this trade paperback, A Gutted World, an alternate history in which Cardassia never pulled out of Bajor and the Dominion War happened much differently
  • A Singular Destiny — a followup to David Mack’s Destiny trilogy, showing the galactic consequences and fallout of the massive Borg invasion in that trilogy
  • The Klingon Art of War — not really a novel, this is a presented as a text published in the Klingon Empire with ten precepts on how to live your life as a proper warrior


Short stories:

  • “Broken Oaths” in Deep Space Nine: Prophecy and Change — O’Brien and Bashir must patch up their friendship after the events of “Hippocratic Oath”
  • “Revelations” in New Frontier: No Limits — the story of how Soleta learned of her parentage while an ensign on the U.S.S. Aldrin
  • “The Ceremony of Innocence is Drowned” in Tales of the Dominion War — the fall of Betazed (as established in “In the Pale Moonlight”), from the point of view of Lwaxana Troi
  • loDnI’pu’ vavpu’ je” in Tales from the Captain’s Table — Klag tells several stories about his father and his brother
  • “Letting Go” in Voyager: Distant Shores — a story of the people left behind when Voyager disappeared, from the point of view of Mark Johnson, Janeway’s boyfriend
  • “Four Lights” in The Next Generation: The Sky’s the Limit — Picard is reunited with Gul Madred from “Chain of Command” during the Dominion War, only this time Madred is Picard’s prisoner
  • “Family Matters” in Mirror Universe: Shards and Shadows — intrigue and betrayals in the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance

Comic books:

  • The Next Generation: Perchance to Dream — four-issue miniseries of the Enterprise-D dealing with a telepathic weapon on a world where the inhabitants have three genders
  • Alien Spotlight: Klingons — Kang at three different points in his life telling stories that end with the “moral” that “four thousand throats may be cut in a single night by a running man”
  • Captain’s Log: Jellico — a look at Jellico before “Chain of Command” when a new first officer reports to him on the Cairo


More non-Trek stuff to come soon…………………….


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