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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
Strange New Worlds 2016.jpg
Cover of Strange New Worlds (2016)

Edited byDean Wesley Smith (1998–2007)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
GenreScience fiction
PublisherSimon & Schuster
Published1998–2016
Media typePrint (Paperback)
No. of books11
Websitestartrekbooks.com

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is a short story anthology series based on and inspired by Star Trek and its spin-offs. The series was edited by Dean Wesley Smith, with assistance from John J. Ordover and Paula M. Block. Published by Simon & Schuster imprints: Pocket Books, Pocket Star, and Gallery Books, from 1998 to 2016. The collected stories were submitted by amateur writers.

Smith announced the series would not continue after its tenth edition, in 2007.[1] A new edition was announced in 2015, scheduled for release as part of Star Trek's 50th Anniversary Celebration.[2]

Production

The concept for the series was developed by John J. Ordover.[3] He was to offer opportunities amateur writers and fans to gain experience by submitting stories for publication, similar to The New Voyages (1976).[3] With the assistance of Paula M. Block, then the head of Star Trek licensing at Paramount Pictures, legal questions from the studio were studied, as well as developing submission guidelines for stories. Block had attempted to muster support for a continuation of The New Voyages format while at Paramount, but was not successful until her partnership with Ordover.[3]:486 Established anthology editor Dean Wesley Smith was recruited to select stories for the series.[1][3]

Submissions were open to residents of the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec). The stories had to be original—not formally published elsewhere, and the characters depicted had to be established Star Trek characters—either major or minor.

Submitters who later published Star Trek novels include: Dayton Ward, Ilsa J. Bick, and Geoffrey Thorne.

Strange New Worlds III (2000) included a story written entirely in Klingon, "jubHa’ " by Lawrence Schoen.[4] Schoen contributed to The Klingon Hamlet, which was reprinted by Pocket Books the same year.

The series ended in 2007. Smith announced via his blog that "Ten years was enough. It was a fun ride."[1]

Simon & Schuster revived the series in 2015, as part of Star Trek's 50th Anniversary celebration. However, the terms for submissions were considered so onerous by Smith he encouraged potential contributors not to participate.[5] Strange New Worlds 2016 was released as an ebook exclusive in October 3, 2016. No editor was credited, and no new editions have been announced.

Bibliography

The anthologized stories are organized according to the television series they are based on.

Title Author(s) Date ISBN
Strange New Worlds Dean Wesley Smith, ed. July 1998 0-671-01446-3
  • The Original Series
    • "A Private Anecdote" by Landon Cary Dalton (grand prize winner)
    • "The Lights in the Sky" by Phaedra M. Weldon (third prize winner)
    • "The Last Tribble" by Keith L. Davis
    • "Reflections" by Dayton Ward
  • The Next Generation
    • "What Went Through Data's Mind 0.68 Seconds Before the Satellite Hit" by Dylan Otto Krider
    • "The Naked Truth" by Jerry M. Wolfe
    • "The First" by Peg Robinson
    • "See Spot Run" by Kathy Oltion
    • "Together Again, for the First Time" by Bobbie Benton Hull
    • "Civil Disobedience" by Alara Rogers
    • "Of Cabbages and Kings" by Franklin Thatcher (second prize winner)
  • Deep Space Nine
    • "Life's Lessons" by Christina F. York
    • "Where I Fell Before My Enemy" by Vince Bonasso
  • Voyager
    • "Good Night, Voyager" by Patrick Cumby
    • "Ambassador at Large" by J.A. Rosales
    • "Fiction" by jaQ Andrews
    • "I, Voyager" by Jackee Crowell
    • "Monthuglu" by Craig D.B. Patten
  • Because We Can — Stories submitted by editors.
    • "The Man Who Sold the Sky" by John J. Ordover
    • "The Girl Who Controlled Gene Kelly's Feet" by Paula M. Block
Strange New Worlds II Dean Wesley Smith, ed. May 1999 0-671-02692-5
  • The Original Series
    • "Triptych" by Melissa Dickinson (second prize winner)
    • "The Quick and the Dead" by Kathy Oltion
    • "The First Law of Metaphysics" by Michael S. Poteet
    • "The Hero of My Own Life" by Peg Robinson
    • "Doctors Three" by Charles Skaggs
  • The Next Generation
    • "I Am Klingon" by Ken Rand (third prize winner)
    • "Reciprocity" by Brad Curry
    • "Calculated Risk" by Christina F. York
    • "Gods, Fate, and Fractals" by William Leisner
    • "I Am Become Death" by Franklin Thatcher
  • Deep Space Nine
    • "Research" by J.R. Rasmussen
    • "Change of Heart" by Steven Scott Ripley
  • Voyager
    • "A Ribbon for Rosie" by Ilsa J. Bick (grand prize winner)
    • "Touched" by Kim Sheard
    • "Almost… But Not Quite" by Dayton Ward
    • "The Healing Arts" by E. Cristy Ruteshouser and Lynda Martinez Foley
    • "Seventh Heaven" by Dustan Moon
Strange New Worlds III Dean Wesley Smith, ed. May 2000 0-671-03652-1
  • The Original Series
    • "If I Lose Thee..." by Sarah A. Hoyt and Rebecca Lickiss (first prize winner)
    • "The Aliens Are Coming!" by Dayton Ward
    • "Family Matters" by Susan Ross Moore
  • The Next Generation
    • "Whatever You Do, Don't Read This Story" by Robert T. Jeschonek (third prize winner)
    • "A Private Victory" by Tonya D. Price
    • "The Fourth Toast" by Kelly Cairo
    • "One of Forty-seven" by E. Catherine Tobler
    • "A Q to Swear By" by Shane Zeranski
    • "The Change of Seasons" by Logan Page
    • "Out of the Box, Thinking" by Jerry M. Wolfe
  • Deep Space Nine
    • "Ninety-three Hours" by Kim Sheard (second prize winner)
    • "Dorian's Diary" by G. Wood
    • "The Bottom Line" by Drew Morby
    • "The Best Defense..." by John Takis
    • "An Errant Breeze" by Gordon Gross
  • Voyager
    • "The Ones Left Behind" by Mary Wiecek
    • "The Second Star" by Diana Kornfeld
    • "The Monster Hunters" by Ann Nagy
    • "Gift of the Mourners" by Jackee Crowell
  • If Klingons Wrote Star Trek
Strange New Worlds IV Dean Wesley Smith, ed. May 1, 2001 0-7434-1131-5
  • The Original Series
    • "A Little More Action" by TG Theodore
    • "Prodigal Father" by Robert J. Mendenhall
    • "Missed" by Pat Detmer
    • "Tears for Eternity" by Lynda Martinez Foley
    • "Countdown" by Mary Sweeney
    • "First Star I See Tonight" by Victoria Grant
    • "Scotty's Song" by Michael J. Jasper
    • "The Name of the Cat" by Steven Scott Ripley (first prize winner)
  • The Next Generation
    • "Flight 19" by Alan James Garbers
    • "The Promise" by Shane Zeranski
    • "Flash Point" by E. Catherine Tobler
    • "Prodigal Son" by Tonya D. Price
    • "Seeing Forever" by Jeff Suess
    • Star Trek: Deep Space NineEdit
    • "Captain Proton and the Orb of Bajor" by Jonathan Bridge
    • "Isolation Ward 4" by Kevin G. Summers (third prize winner)
  • Voyager
    • "Iridium-7-Tetrahydroxate Crystals Are a Girl's Best Friend" by Bill Stuart
    • "Uninvited Admirals" by Penny A. Proctor
    • "Return" by Chuck Anderson
    • "Black Hats" by William Leisner
    • "Personal Log" by Kevin Killiany
    • "Welcome Home" by Diana Kornfeld
    • "Shadows, in the Dark" by Ilsa J. Bick (second prize winner)
Strange New Worlds V Dean Wesley Smith, ed. May 28, 2002 0-7434-3778-0
  • The Original Series
    • "Disappearance on 21st Street" by Mary Scott-Wiecek (grand prize winner)
    • "The Trouble with Borg Tribbles" by William Leisner (third prize winner)
    • "Legal Action" by Alan L. Lickiss
    • "Yeoman Friggs" by Mark Murata
    • "The Shoulders of Giants" by Robert T. Jeschonek
  • The Next Generation
    • "Bluff" by Steven Scott Ripley (second prize winner)
    • "The Peacemakers" by Alan James Garbers
    • "Efflorescence" by Julie A. Hyzy
    • "Kristin's Conundrum" by Jeff D. Jacques and Michelle A. Bottrall
    • "The Monkey Puzzle Box" by Kevin Killiany
    • "The Farewell Gift" by Tonya D. Price
    • "Dementia in D Minor" by Mary Sweeney
  • Deep Space Nine
    • "Fear, Itself" by Robert J. Mendenhall
  • Voyager
    • "Final Entry" by Cynthia K. Deatherage
    • "The Difficulties of Being Evil" by Craig Gibb
    • "Restoration" by Penny A. Proctor
    • "On the Rocks" by TG Theodore
    • "Witness" by Diana Kornfeld
    • "Fragment" by Catherine E. Pike
    • "Who Cries for Prometheus?" by Phaedra M. Weldon
  • Enterprise
    • "Remnant" by James J. and Louisa M. Swann
    • "A Girl for Every Star" by John Takis
    • "Hoshi's Gift" by Kelle Vozka
Strange New Worlds VI Dean Wesley Smith, ed. June 17, 2003 0-7434-6753-1
  • The Original Series
    • "Bum Radish: Five Spins on a Turquoise Reindeer" by TG Theodore
    • "One Last Adventure" by Mark Allen and Charity Zegers
    • "Whales Weep Not" by Juanita Nolte (third prize winner)
    • "A Piece of the Pie" by G. Wood
    • "Marking Time" by Pat Detmer
    • "Ancient History" by Robert J. Mendenhall
  • The Next Generation
    • "The Soft Room" by Geoffrey Thorne (second prize winner)
    • "The Human Factor" by Russ Crossley
    • "Tribble in Paradise" by Louisa M. Swann
    • "Protecting Data's Friends" by Scott W. Carter
  • Deep Space Nine
    • "Best Tools Available" by Shawn Michael Scott
    • "Fabrications" by Brett Hudgins
    • "Urgent Matter" by Robert J. LaBaff
  • Voyager
    • "The End of Night" by Paul J. Kaplan
    • "Hidden" by J.B. Stevens
    • "Seven and Seven" by Kevin Hosey
    • "Homemade" by Elizabeth A. Dunham
    • "Widow's Walk" by Mary Scott-Wiecek
  • Enterprise
    • "Savoir" by Julie Hyzy
    • "Cabin E-14" by Shane Zeranski
    • "Preconceptions" by Penny A. Proctor
  • Speculations — Story selections which explore the larger Star Trek universe.[6]
    • "Our Million-Year Mission" by Robert T. Jeschonek (grand prize winner)
    • "The Beginning" by Annie Reed
Strange New Worlds VII Dean Wesley Smith, ed. June 29, 2004 0-7434-8780-X
  • The Original Series
    • "A Test of Character" by Kevin Lauderdale
    • "Indomitable" by Kevin Killiany
    • "Project Blue Book" by Christian Grainger
    • "The Trouble With Tribals" by Paul J. Kaplan
    • "All Fall Down" by Muri McCage
    • "A Sucker Born" by Pat Detmer
    • "Obligations Discharged" by Gerri Leen
  • The Next Generation
    • "Life's Work" by Julie Hyzy (grand prize winner)
    • "Adventures in Jazz and Time" by Kelly Cairo (third prize winner)
    • "Future Shock" by John Coffren
    • "Full Circle" by Scott Pearson
    • "Beginnings" by Jeff D. Jacques
    • "Solemn Duty" by Jim Johnson
  • Deep Space Nine
    • "Infinite Bureaucracy" by Anne E. Clements
    • "Barclay Program Nine" by Russ Crossley
  • Voyager
    • "Redux" by Susan S. McCrackin
    • "The Little Captain" by Catherine E. Pike
    • "I Have Broken the Prime Directive" by G. Wood
    • "Don't Cry" by Annie Reed
  • Enterprise
    • "Earthquake Weather" by Louisa M. Swann
  • Speculations
    • "Guardians" by Brett Hudgins (second prize winner)
    • "The Law of Averages" by Amy Sisson
    • "Forgotten Light" by Frederick Kim
Strange New Worlds 8 Dean Wesley Smith, ed. July 19, 2005 1-4165-0345-5
  • The Original Series
    • "Shanghaied" by Alan James Garbers
    • "Assignment: One" by Kevin Lauderdale
    • "Demon" by Kevin Hosey
    • "Don't Call Me Tiny" by Paul C. Tseng
    • Star Trek: The Next Generation Edit
    • "Morning Bells are Ringing" by Kevin G. Summers
    • "Passages of Deceit" by Sarah A. Seaborne
    • "Final Flight" by John Takis (third prize winner)
  • Deep Space Nine
    • "Trek" by Dan C. Duval
    • "Gumbo" by Amy Vincent
    • "Promises Made" David DeLee
    • "Always a Price" Muri McCage
  • Voyager
    • "Transfiguration" by Susan S. McCrackin
    • "This Drone" by M.C. DeMarco
    • "Once Upon a Tribble" by Annie Reed
    • "You May Kiss the Bride" by Amy Sisson
    • "Coffee with a Friend" by J.B. Stevens
  • Enterprise
    • "Egg Drop Soup" by Robert Burke Richardson
    • "Hero" by Lorraine Anderson
    • "Insanity" by A. Rhea King
  • Speculations
    • "Alpha & Omega" by Derek Tyler Attico (grand prize winner)
    • "Concurrence" by Geoffrey Thorne (second prize winner)
    • "Dawn" by Paul J. Kaplan
Strange New Worlds 9 Dean Wesley Smith, ed. August 22, 2006 1-4165-2048-1
  • The Original Series
    • "Gone Native", by John Coffren
    • "A Bad Day for Koloth", by David DeLee
    • "Book of Fulfillment", by Steven Costa
    • "The Smallest Choices", by Jeremy Yoder
  • The Next Generation
    • "Staying the Course", by Paul C. Tseng
    • "Home Soil", by Jim Johnson
    • "Terra Tonight", by Scott Pearson
    • "Solace in Bloom", by Jeff D. Jacques
  • Deep Space Nine
    • "Shadowed Allies", by Emily P. Bloch
    • "Living on the Edge of Existence", by Gerri Leen
    • "The Last Tree on Ferenginar: A Ferengi Fable From the Future", by Mike McDevitt
    • "The Tribbles' Pagh", by Ryan M. Williams
  • Voyager
    • "Choices", by Susan S. McCrackin (second prize winner)
    • "Unconventional Cures", by Russ Crossley
    • "Maturation", by Catherine E. Pike
  • Enterprise
    • "Rounding a Corner Already Turned", by Allison Cain
    • "Mother Nature's Little Reminders", by A. Rhea King
    • "Mestral", by Ben Guilfoy (third prize winner)
  • Speculations
    • "Remembering the Future", by Randy Tatano
    • "Rocket Man", by Kenneth E. Carper
    • "The Rules of War", by Kevin Lauderdale
    • "The Immortality Blues", by Marc Carlson
    • "Orphans", by R.S. Belcher (grand prize winner)
Strange New Worlds 10 Dean Wesley Smith, ed. July 10, 2007 978-1-4165-4438-8
  • The Original Series
    • "The Smell of Dead Rose", by Gerri Leen (grand prize winner)
    • "The Doomsday Gambit", by Rick Dickson
    • "Empty", by David DeLee
  • The Next Generation
    • "Wired", by Aimee Ford Foster
    • "A Dish Served Cold", by Paul C. Tseng
    • "The Very Model", by Muri McCage
    • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Edit
    • "So a Horse Walks into A Bar", by Brian Seidman
    • "Signal to Noise", by Jim Johnson
  • Voyager
    • "The Fate of Captain Ransom", by Rob Vagle
    • "A Taste of Spam", by Louis E. Doggett
    • "Adjustments", by Laura Ware
    • "The Day the Borg Came", by M.C. DeMarco
  • Enterprise
    • "The Dream", by Robyn Sullivent Gries
    • "Universal Chord", by Carolyn Winifred (third prize winner)
    • "You Are Not in Space", by Edgar Governo
  • Speculations
    • "Time Line", by Jerry M. Wolfe
    • "Echoes", by Randy Tatano (second prize winner)
    • "Brigadoon", by Rigel Ailur
    • "Reborn", by Jeremy Yoder
Strange New Worlds 2016 (ebook) Various October 3, 2016 978-1-5011-6158-2
  • The Original Series
    • "Dilithium Is a Girl's Best Friend", by Neil Bryant
  • The Next Generation
    • "A Christmas Qarol", by Gary Piserchio and Frank Tagader
    • "The Sunwalkers", by Kelli Fitzpatrick
    • "The Seen and Unseen", by Chris Chaplin
  • Deep Space Nine
    • "The Façade of Fate", by Michael Turner
    • "The Manhunt Pool", by Nancy Debretsion
    • "The Dreamer and the Dream", by Derek Tyler Attico
  • Voyager
    • "The Last Refuge", by Roger McCoy
    • "Life Among the Post-Industrial Barbarians", by John Coffren
    • "Upon the Brink of Remembrance", by Kristen McQuinn

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Smith, Dean Wesley (2007-01-01). "A New Challenge". www.deanwesleysmith.com. Archived from the original on 2007-02-03. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  2. ^ "Strange New Worlds Fan Fiction Contest Returns for 2016". www.startrek.com. 2015-10-08. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  3. ^ a b c d Ayers, Jeff (14 November 2006). Voyages of Imagination: The Star Trek Fiction Companion. New York: Pocket Books. p. 471. ISBN 978-1-4165-0349-1.
  4. ^ Schoen, Lawrence (May 2000). "jubHa'" [Immortality Undone]. In Smith, Dean Wesley (ed.). Strange New Worlds III (in Klingon). New York: Pocket Books. pp. 285–88. ISBN 978-0-671-03652-2.
  5. ^ Smith, Dean Wesley (2015-10-13). "Not Editing New Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - Big Publishing Dean Wesley Smith - - The Passive Voice". www.thepassivevoice.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  6. ^ Smith, Dean Wesley, ed. (27 May 2003). "Introduction". Strange New Worlds VI. New York: Pocket Books. pp. ix. ISBN 978-0-7434-6753-7.

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