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Star Trek: The New Voyages

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Star Trek: The New Voyages
Cover of Star Trek: The New Voyages (1976)
First printing (Mar 1976)
EditorSondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath
Cover artistS. Fantoni
CountryUnited States
SeriesStar Trek
SubjectStar Trek
PublisherBantam Books X2719
Publication date
March 1976
Media typePrint (Paperback)
Followed byStar Trek: The New Voyages 2 
First edition/printing was not assigned an ISBN. Bantam Books catalog: X2719.

Star Trek: The New Voyages (1976) is an anthology of short fiction based on Star Trek, edited by Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath. Although published professionally, the collected stories were written and submitted by fans. Many of the stories were previously published in fanzines, or collected in fan-published anthologies. The New Voyages was commissioned by Frederik Pohl following his acquisition of Star Trek Lives!, which featured essays on the growing Star Trek fandom, and a chapter on Star Trek fan fiction.[1][2]:13

From 1976 to 1996, The New Voyages was reprinted twenty times. The final printing by Bantam Spectra, in 1996, featured new cover art by Kazuhiko Sano.[3]

Marshak and Culbreath continued collecting stories for future volumes following publication of the anthology. The "Acknowledgments" page listed an address where manuscript submissions, and feedback, could be delivered.[4]

The New Voyages was followed Star Trek: The New Voyages 2 in 1978.


  • Foreword, by Gene Roddenberry.
  • Acknowledgements & Introduction: The Once and Future Voyages, by Sondra Marshak & Myrna Culbreath.
  • "Ni Var," short story by Claire Gabriel. (Originally published in Quartet.[5]) Introduction by Leonard Nimoy. Parallel plot to "The Enemy Within". Spock is split between logical and emotional halves, by a deranged scientist. Neither half may exist without the other.
  • "Intersection Point," short story by Juanita Coulson. (Originally published in T-Negative 10.[6]) Introduction by James Doohan. Enterprise collides with another dimension. Critical components are lost, which the crew must retrieve before the ship is destroyed.
  • "The Enchanted Pool," short story by Marcia Ericson. Introduction by Nichelle Nichols. Spock learns of his true love, and of the fate of a lost ship, while gazing into reflective waters on a distant world.
  • "Visit to a Weird Planet Revisited," short story by Ruth Berman. (Originally published in Spockanalia 5.[7]) Introduction by Majel Barrett. While filming an episode of Star Trek, Shatner, Nimoy, and Kelley are transported to the real Enterprise, and relentlessly pursued by the Klingon captain Kor.
  • "The Face on the Barroom Floor," short story by Eleanor Arnason and Ruth Berman. (Originally published in T-Negative 18.[8]) Introduction by George Takei. While on vacation, Kirk's white lie is compounded into a problem with no easy solution.
  • "The Hunting," short story by Doris Beetem. Introduction by Sondra Marshak & Myrna Culbreath. McCoy and Spock find themselves in trouble as a direct result of Spock's Vulcan habits.
  • "The Winged Dreamers," short story by Jennifer Guttridge. (Originally published in Tricorder Readings 3.[9]) Introduction by DeForest Kelley. Spock must convince the paranoid crew of the Enterprise that the intense hallucinations they are all experiencing are not real.
  • "Mind-Sifter," short story by Shirley Maiewski. (Originally published in Showcase 2.[10]) Introduction by William Shatner. Kirk is believed dead, but Spock suspects something is amiss. Chekov discovers the key to the truth in the past.
  • "Sonnet from the Vulcan: Omicron Ceti Three," poem by Shirley Meech. (Originally published in T-Negative 15.[11])


  1. ^ Lichtenberg, Jacqueline; Marshak, Sondra; Winston, Joan (July 1975). Star Trek Lives!. Y2151. New York: Bantam Books.
  2. ^ Ayers, Jeff (14 November 2006). Voyages of the Imagination. New York: Pocket Books. ISBN 978-1-4165-0349-1.
  3. ^ "Author: Kazuhiko Sano". ISFDB. Al von Ruff. Retrieved 2017-12-17.
  4. ^ Marshak, Sondra; Culbreath, Myrna, eds. (March 1976). "Acknowledgements". Star Trek: The New Voyages. X2719. New York: Bantam Books. pp. xi.
  5. ^ Gabriel, Claire (August 1974). Goldstein, Deborah Kay; Lynn, Carol (eds.). "Ni-Var". Quartet. Vol. 1. Fanzine. Reprinted as Quartet Plus One. Ceiling Press. pp. 88–112.
  6. ^ Coulson, Juanita (April 1971). Berman, Ruth (ed.). "Intersection Point". T-Negative. No. 15. Fanzine. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Mark Lenard International Fan Club. pp. 5–11.
  7. ^ Berman, Ruth (June 1970). Burley, Sherna; Langsam, Devra Michele (eds.). "Visit to a Weird Planet Revisited". Spockanalia. No. 5. Fanzine. Newark, New Jersey: Garlic Press.
  8. ^ Arnason, Eleanor; Berman, Ruth (October 1972). Berman, Ruth (ed.). "The Face on the Barroom Floor". T-Negative. No. 18. Fanzine. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Mark Lenard International Fan Club. pp. 13–36.
  9. ^ Guttridge, Jennifer (July 1972). Marvinny, Regina (ed.). "The Winged Dreamers". Tricorder Readings. No. 3. Fanzine. Newark, New Jersey: STREK.
  10. ^ Maiewski, Shirley (1975). Emily, Sharon (ed.). "The Mind-Sifter". Showcase. No. 2. Fanzine. Indianapolis, Indiana: Holy Roller Press.
  11. ^ Meech, Shirley (May 1972). Berman, Ruth (ed.). "Sonnet from the Vulcan: Omicron Ceti Three". T-Negative. No. 15. Fanzine. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Mark Lenard International Fan Club. pp. 13–36.

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