Tag Archive: Captain James T. Kirk

Christmas as Hosted by Spock: A Star Trek Fan-Fiction Story

“’The captain has invited me and Doctor McCoy for a private celebration on Christmas Day. However, as his quarters are no longer available, I offered my quarters…’”

“There’ll Be Whales Here!”: Star Trek IV-The Voyage Home-30 Years Later

“I think it brilliantly balanced the things I love best about Star Trek—characters and relationships, humor, adventure, and compelling commentary on important issues of our time…”

A Christmas Visit: A Star Trek Fan-Fiction Poem

“‘Twas the night before Christmas, and on my starship, not a creature was stirring—‘twas our homeward trip…”

After Khan: A Star Trek Fan-Fiction Story

“I think the heart’s gone out of the ship today. You were my brother, Spock. And now – what? That’s it? You’re gone? Is that all that you were?”

Cycles of Magic: A Fantasy and Science Fiction Media Montage

“I read LOTR first, and what leapt out to me was how vibrant and real this world was that Tolkien had created. He spun tales of elves, men, women, and hobbits, weaving it all into a backdrop that felt ancient with whispers of an age long gone…”

Star Trek: Why the Franchise – and Mr. Spock – Matter

“Star Trek as a whole promoted techno-optimism…but Spock in particular helped make being a scientist…cool for countless Americans…”

Bird-Boned and Human: A Star Trek Fan-Fiction Story

“She was waiting for the grief to lessen, or to change into something else, to break like a fever. It clung on inside her, thinning out every cell in her body until she felt that the wind should pass through her and her feet should make no print in the sand.” (Rated: PG)

The Soul of The Stars: Chapter 1 – The Small One

“Spock noticed something in her eyes. It was not just a little girl’s fear, but the kind of dread generated by a recent trauma, the kind that reads everything as an invitation to death…”

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