My newest article is online at Unreality SF now.
In it I talk to long-time S.C.E. / CoE contributors Keith R.A. DeCandido, Kevin Dilmore, David Mack and Dayton Ward about S.C.E.
, from its beginnings to its hiatus, and the chances for its future.
And since John Ordover has taken over the site we will release it as a trilogy. ;)
Just kidding, but the final article came up a tad long, so we have decided to release it in three chunks over the course of this week. Today the first part
|Among the first to learn about the series outside of Pocket Books itself was Kevin Dilmore, then writing for Star Trek-related magazines and websites, who was to become one of the most regular contributors to the series along with writing partner Dayton Ward. “In the summer of 2000, John Ordover, who then was executive editor of the Star Trek line at Pocket Books, had talked to me several times about his projects in my capacity as a contributing writer for Star Trek Communicator magazine as well as for StarTrek.com,” he recalls. “He asked whether I wanted to break an exclusive story about an agreement between Simon & Schuster and Microsoft that would result in a monthly series of original fiction in eBook format.” |
You can find the full first part of the article here
Also online now:My review of the Star Trek antholgy Seven Deadly Sins
"Overall, Seven Deadly Sins
is a very solid anthology. There's only one story which is really sub-par and one story which is the epitome of mediocrity, but all the other stories are decent to good. Maybe a real home-run is missing, and sometimes the race-sin ties are somewhat superficial, but I would have no problem to recommend this anthology to anyone seeking for a bunch of entertaining shorter Star Trek
You can read the full review here