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Star Trek Concordance of People, Places & Things


Author(s): Compiled and Written by Dorothy Jones. Edited by Bjo Trimble

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1969
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0806516100

--Summary--
None

Notes: Original Star Trek Concordance comprising of the first two seasons. Assembled by hand.

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The 3rd Season Supplement to the Star Trek Concordance


Author(s): Bjo Trimble and Dorothy Jones

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1973
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: B000716ZZG

--Summary--
None

Notes: Original Star Trek Concordance - 3rd Season Supplement

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Star Trek Concordance


Author(s): Bjo Trimble

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1976
Condition: Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0806516100

--Summary--
None

Notes: Original 1976 Edition

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The Star Trek Compendium


Author(s): Allan Asherman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1981
Condition: Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671791451

--Summary--
Here at last in one place -- everything you ever wanted to know about Star Trek! The Star Trek Compendium is an inexhaustible gold mine of information about the celebrated television series and motion picture. Never before has there been a book which so thoroughly explores every aspect of the episodes of Star Trek.

The Star Trek Compendium is the ultimate reference work. It's filled with hard-to-find information about the most famous television series ever -- Star Trek!

Includes such topics as:

Photography and production
Technical matters
Series concepts and continuity
Symbolism and trivia
Episode titles, dates of production, and discussion of plots
Career and biographical information on actors and production personnel
And much more!

Notes: First Edition (Blue Cover)

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The Star Trek Compendium


Author(s): Allan Asherman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1986
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671627260

--Summary--
"Space... the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations -- to boldly go where no man has gone before..."

On September 8, 1966, those now-familiar words first introduced an entire generation of television viewers to Star Trek. Over the course of its three-year network run, the show developed a fan following unprecedented in entertainment history -- a following that is still growing with the release of each new Star Trek motion picture.

Much of the show's appeal came from its blueprint for the future -- a future where man had put aside his differences to reach the stars. Star Trek gave us a Russian and an American working side-by-side, television's first interracial kiss, the name for America's first space shuttle -- Enterprise -- and a host of unforgettable characters: the unflappable Captain Kirk, his half-human science officer Spock, the irascible Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, and ever-resourceful engineer Montgomery Scott, to name but a few.

The Star Trek Compendium is your official guidebook to the Star Trek universe. Relive the voyages of the starship Enterprise with a complete show-by-show guide to the series (as well as the Emmy Award-winning animated shows and the Star Trek movies), including plot summaries, fascinating behind-the-scenes production information, and credits for each. Follow the creation of Gene Roddenberry's series step-by-step -- and Star Trek's road to the big screen. Illustrated with over 125 specially selected photographs -- including at least one from each episode -- and fully indexed, this is the indispensable reference work to one of the most memorable television shows of all time -- Star Trek.

Notes: Second Edition (Red Cover)

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Star Trek: The Lost Episodes


Author(s): No Author Listed

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1987
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: N/A

--Summary--
Printed for the first time ever, are the stories bought for the original Star Trek TV series. For one reason or another, these original storylines never made it to the small screen. But each story was bought by Gene Roddenberry because of their excellent possibilities as Star Trek episodes.

Star Trek: The Lost Episodes brings these stories back to collectors and Star Trek fans everywhere in this special edition.

Notes: Contains: The Aurorals, The Godhead, The Joy Machine, The Lost Star and Perchance to Dream

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The Star Trek Compendium


Author(s): Allan Asherman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1989
Condition: Fair
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671627260

--Summary--
"Space... the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations -- to boldly go where no man has gone before..."

On September 8, 1966, those now-familiar words first introduced an entire generation of television viewers to Star Trek. Over the course of its three-year network run, the show developed a fan following unprecedented in entertainment history -- a following that is still growing with the release of each new Star Trek motion picture.

Much of the show's appeal came from its blueprint for the future -- a future where man had put aside his differences to reach the stars. Star Trek gave us a Russian and an American working side-by-side, television's first interracial kiss, the name for America's first space shuttle -- Enterprise -- and a host of unforgettable characters: the unflappable Captain Kirk, his half-human science officer Spock, the irascible Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, and ever-resourceful engineer Montgomery Scott, to name but a few.

The Star Trek Compendium is your official guidebook to the Star Trek universe. Relive the voyages of the starship Enterprise with a complete show-by-show guide to the series (as well as the Emmy Award-winning animated shows and the Star Trek movies), including plot summaries, fascinating behind-the-scenes production information, and credits for each. Follow the creation of Gene Roddenberry's series step-by-step -- and Star Trek's road to the big screen. Illustrated with over 125 specially selected photographs -- including at least one from each episode -- and fully indexed, this is the indispensable reference work to one of the most memorable television shows of all time -- Star Trek.

Notes: Third Edition (Black Cover)

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TNG-1: A Concordance and Episode Guide


Author(s): Larry Nemecek

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1989
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1111950962

--Summary--
Season 1

Notes: This, and 3 other editions, later became the 'Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion'.
Copy #175 of 300

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TNG-2: A Concordance and Episode Guide


Author(s): Larry Nemecek

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1989
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1111950962

--Summary--
Season 2

Notes: Edition #2 of 4 of what would later become the 'Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion'

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TNG-3: A Concordance and Episode Guide


Author(s): Larry Nemecek

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1990
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1111950962

--Summary--
Season 3

Notes: Edition #2 of 4 of what would later become the 'Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion'

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New Voyages: The Next Generation Guidebook


Author(s): Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1991
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: B0006PAONC

--Summary--
Overcoming skeptical fans and critics alike who believed that a Star Trek without Captain Kirk or Mr. Spock would never work, Star Trek: The Next Generation is more popular than ever, having already filmed 100 episodes, while preparing to warp into its fifth season.

New Voyages: The Next Generation Guidebook provides credits, original airdates, synopses and reviews of every show of the first four seasons. The reader is taken on a guided tour through the 24th century via the commentaries of the show's various writers, directors, producers and cast members, who fought against overwhelming odds to rise above mediocrity and achieve phenomenal success.

Those interviewed include:

Dorothy Fontana - John D.F. Black - Jonathan Frakes - Herb Wright - Marina Sirtis - Tracy Torme - Michael Dorn - Maurice Hurley - Rob Legato - Rob Bowman - Joseph Scanlan - Jennifer Hetrick - Rick Berman - John de Lancie - Hannah Louise Shearer - Cliff Bole - Les Landau - Michael Reaves - Corey Allen - Paul Lynch - Katharyn Powers - Michael Baron - Robert Lewin - David Livingston - Melinda Snodgrass - Colm Meaney - Robert Iscove - Ron Moore - Richard Krzemien - Michael Piller - and more.

This is the complete saga of Star Trek: The Next Generation, culminating in an exclusive preview of its all-new fifth season.

Notes: One of two books in the series.

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TNG-4: A Concordance and Episode Guide


Author(s): Larry Nemecek

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1991
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1111950962

--Summary--
Season 4

Notes: The final edition of what would later become the 'Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion'

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New Voyages II: The Next Generation Fifth Season Guidebook


Author(s): Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: N/A

--Summary--
The new voyages of the Starship Enterprise continue in this companion volume to the bestselling New Voyages: The Next Generation Guidebook.

New Voyages II: The Next Generation 5th Season Guidebook chronicles the making of Star Trek's unprecedented fifth season, featuring interviews and commentary from the creators and stars of the show.

Onboard for New Voyages II are Rick Berman - Michael Piller - Patrick Stewart - Jonathan Frakes - Brent Spiner - LeVar Burton - Marina Sirtis - Michael Dorn - Ron Moore - Jeri Taylor - Brannon Braga - Peter Alan Fields - Cliff Bole - Les Landau - Corey Allen - Winrich Kolbe - Chip Chalmers - Rob Legato - Dan Curry - David Livingston - Richard James - Michael Westmore and many others.

Also included in this all-new volume are profiles of the Next Generation cast, a behind-the-scenes look at the show's state of the art special effects, and an exclusive preview of the new spin-off, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, as well as reviews of every fifth season episode from the "Siskel & Ebert of Star Trek", Mark A. Altman and Edward Gross.

Notes: Book Two in the series?

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Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion


Author(s): Larry Nemecek

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671794604

--Summary--
On September 8, 1987 -- more than twenty years after the original Star Trek television show first aired -- millions of Trek fans across the country sat down in front of their television sets for the debut of an all-new series of Star Trek adventures. No expense had been spared in bringing this new show to life -- original series creator Gene Roddenberry had even agreed to act as producer. Yet even the most faithful of Star Trek fans had their doubts -- could the magic of the original series be duplicated?

The answer to that proved to be a resounding yes. Led by Captain Jean-Luc Picard (brilliantly portrayed by noted Shakespearean actor Patrick Stewart), the U.S.S. Enterprise blazed a trail of understanding across an unfamiliar galaxy. In show after show, Star Trek: The Next Generation brought to vivid life a future where cooperation and mutual understanding proved the key to solving humanity's problems -- and enabled galactic civilization to flourish.

Here at last is the complete official guide to the television adventures of the Starship Enterprise NCC 1701-D and the Star Trek Generations motion picture -- a compendium of information including plot summaries and credits for each show, as well as fascinating behind-the-scenes glimpses into the Star Trek universe. You'll see the entire Star Trek: The Next Generation story from the genesis of the series to its incredible seven-year run at the very top of the syndicated television ratings. Illustrated with more than 150 photographs, this is the official reference guide to Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Notes: Second Edition

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Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion


Author(s): Larry Nemecek

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671794604

--Summary--
In September of 1987 -- more than twenty years after the original Star Trek television show first aired -- millions of Trek fans across the country sat down in front of their TV sets for the debut of an all-new series of Star Trek adventures. No expense had been spared in bringing this new show to life, yet even the most faithful of Trek fans had their doubts -- could the magic of the original series be duplicated?

The answer to that question soon proved to be a resounding yes. Led by Captain Jean-Luc Picard (brilliantly portrayed by noted Shakespearean actor Patrick Stewart), Commander William Riker, and the android Lieutenant Commander Data, the U.S.S. Enterprise blazed a trail of understanding across a hostile galaxy. Guided by the vision of series creator Gene Roddenberry (who had also created the original show), Star Trek: The Next Generation brought to vivid life a future where cooperation and mutual understanding proved the key to solving humanity's problems -- and enabled galactic civilization to flourish.

Here at last is the official guide to the adventures of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC 1701-D -- a compendium of information including plot summaries and credits for each show, as well as fascinating behind-the-scenes glimpses into the Star Trek universe. You'll see the genesis of the new series, and hear from the stars and production personnel responsible for its success. Illustrated with over one hundred fifty photographs (including at least one from every episode), this is the official reference guide to the latest chapter in the Star Trek legend -- Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Notes: First Edition

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Captains' Logs Supplemental: The Next Generation 6th Season Guidebook


Author(s): Mark A. Altman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1993
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1852833998

--Summary--
Be a part of history, and witness the ongoing phenomenon that is Trek!

Captains' Logs brought you the complete history of Trek from its conception in 1964 until the conclusion of The Next Generation's fifth season and the beginning of Deep Space.

Now, the saga continues!

In the pages of Captains' Logs: Supplemental, author Mark A. Altman, who USA Today referred to as the world's foremost "Trekspert," brings you the complete behind the scenes guide to Next Generation's sixth season, providing credits, summaries and commentaries regarding episodes 127-152.

Among those interviewed for this volume are: Patrick Stewart - Rick Berman - Brent Spiner - Michael Piller - Gates McFadden - Jeri Taylor - Michael Dorn - Ron Moore - Cliff Bole - Brannon Braga - Marina Sirtis - Rick Kolbe - Alexander Singer - Adam Nimoy - Richard James - J.C. Brandy - David Livingston - Naren Shankar - John De Lancie - Jonathan Frakes - and many others.

Notes: Episodes 127 - 152

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Captain's Logs: The Complete Trek Voyages


Author(s): Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1993
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 185283899X

--Summary--
Your complete guide to the 23rd and 24th centuries... Captain's Logs, the ultimate Trek guidebook from classic to Deep Space

Never before could you find the 23rd and 24th centuries under one cover. For the first time in one volume a complete episode guide from Classic Trek's "The Man Trap" to Deep Space's "Emissary," brought to you by Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman who USA Today referred to as the leading authority on Trek.

You'll find copious information and trivia regarding every episode from the creators themselves in their own words. Explore the voyages of the Trek casts through television, the movies, the Next Generation, and the crew manning the space station on the deepest fringes of the final frontier. Featuring the animated series and the mysterious lost voyages, which include the controversial prequel, Starfleet Academy, and the last episode Gene Roddenberry ever wrote, "Ferengi Gold."

Included in this volume are: William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, Leonard Nimoy, Brent Spiner, Rene Auberjonois, DeForest Kelley, Gates McFadden, Siddig El Fadil, Gene Roddenberry, Rick Berman, Fred Freiberger, Maurice Hurley, Marina Sirtis, Harve Bennett, Terry Farrell, Jeri Taylor, Les Landau, Nana Visitor, Susan Sackett, William Campbell, Ira Steven Behr, Armin Shimerman, Michelle Forbes, John D.F. Black, Hannah Louise Shearer, Rob Bowman, Cliff Bole, Tracy Torme, Jennifer Hetrick, John de Lancie, Corey Allen, Paul Lynch, David Carson, Melinda Snodgrass, Herb Wright, David Gerrold, D.C. Fontana, Winrich Kolbe, Michael Westmore, Rob Legato, Herman Zimmerman, Ron Moore and many, many more.

This is the complete Trek saga in one invaluable log book.

Notes: None.

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The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers


Author(s): Phil Farrand

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1993
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0440505712

--Summary--
Stardate 41153.7-46999.9 Starship Enterprise registry NCC-1701D
We're watching you...

Is there a control panel inside the turbo lift?
(No... except in the episode "Brothers")
Do or don't personnel have to tap their badge to access their communicator?
(Only when the writers feel like it)

Yes, we're fans. But we're not unobservant. Some of us even have Vulcanlike logic. Author Phil Farrand figures that even if you love somebody, you can tell them about that dab of mustard on their upper lip. So here's a compendium for Trekkers who are unafraid of pointing the finger at oversights, and who know it's great fun to find the sloppy mistakes (or cost-cutting cheating) in a show that takes itself very seriously. So get your VCR ready and your mind set for hours of enjoyment and mental stimulation with:

- Plot oversights - Production problems - Changed premises - Equipment oddities - Trivia questions - Fun facts - Covers every show for all six seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation - Including the '92-'93 season - And more!

Notes: None.

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The Star Trek Compendium


Author(s): Allan Asherman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1993
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671796127

--Summary--
"Space... the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations -- to boldly go where no man has gone before..."

On September 8, 1966, those now-familiar words first introduced an entire generation of television viewers to Star Trek. Over the course of its three-year network run, the show developed a fan following unprecedented in entertainment history -- a following that is still growing with the release of each new Star Trek motion picture.

Much of the show's appeal came from its blueprint for the future -- a future where man had put aside his differences to reach the stars. Star Trek gave us a Russian and an American working side-by-side, television's first interracial kiss, the name for America's first space shuttle -- Enterprise -- and a host of unforgettable characters: the unflappable Captain Kirk, his half-human science officer Spock, the irascible Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, and ever-resourceful engineer Montgomery Scott, to name but a few.

The Star Trek Compendium is your official guidebook to the Star Trek universe. Relive the voyages of the starship Enterprise with a complete show-by-show guide to the series (as well as the Emmy Award-winning animated shows and the Star Trek movies), including plot summaries, fascinating behind-the-scenes production information, and credits for each. Follow the creation of Gene Roddenberry's series step-by-step -- and Star Trek's road to the big screen. Illustrated with over 125 specially selected photographs -- including at least one from each episode -- and fully indexed, this is the indispensable reference work to one of the most memorable television shows of all time -- Star Trek.

Now includes material from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

Notes: Fourth Edition (White Cover)

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The Nitpicker's Guide for Classic Trekkers


Author(s): Phil Farrand

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1994
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0440506832

--Summary--
Late twenty-third century. Starship Enterprise. Space -- the final frontier -- is fertile territory for nitpickers!

Which is the communications button on Captain Kirk's chair?
(The lowest, but sometimes he hits the yellow alert button... oops!)

When they're not talking light-years, does the crew use meters or miles?
(Both -- evidently the metric system never did catch on)

Okay, call us FANatics! We've seen all six movies, and we're counting down for number seven. We've viewed every show -- all three seasons, all seventy-nine episodes -- more than once. Many times more than once. The sets are a hoot. The uniforms off the rack. The special effects done in somebody's basement. But the stories, the concepts, the incredibly good actors, and the message of Gene Roddenberry's Classic Star Trek have never been equalled. Of course, neither have the screwups. And that's what makes being a nitpicker so much fun. So get out your videotapes. Check your local listings for reruns. And take this volume in hand to discover:

- Changed story premises - Plot oversights - Production problems - Equipment oddities - Scientific impossibilities - Favorite scenes, trivia, toteboards, fun facts... and more! - Covers every original uncut show for all three seasons, the six movies, and the rarely seen Star Trek pilot "The Cage"

Notes: None.

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Trek: The Unauthorized A-Z


Author(s): Hal Schuster and Wendy Rathbone

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1994
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st PB
ISBN: 0061054356

--Summary--
Goes where no guide has gone before

Kirk. Picard. Sisko.
Spock. Worf. Quark. Data.
The Enterprise.
Gene Roddenberry.
Vulcans. Klingons.
Cardassians.

* Every character
* Every actor
* Every writer
* Every director
* Every special effect
* Every starship
* Every alien
* Every planet
* And much, much more
* Alphabetical for easy reference

Notes: None.

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Captains' Logs: The Unauthorized Complete Trek Voyages


Author(s): Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1995
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0316329576

--Summary--
Your complete, unauthorized guide to the 23rd and 24th centuries...

Captains' Logs is the ultimate Trek guidebook, the culmination of ten years' worth of research into the Star Trek phenomenon. Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman, whom USA Today hailed as "the leading authority on Trek in the nineties," take you behind the scenes of every Star Trek series and movie. This insider's companion reveals -- through the words of the creators themselves -- the genesis of each episode and takes you through every stage of development and production.

Follow the voyages of William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, Kate Mulgrew, and their castmates as they explore the deepest fringes of the final frontier, beginning with every episode of television's classic Trek through The Next Generation, animated Trek, the unfilmed voyages, and all seven movies, including the historic first meeting between Captains James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard. Additionally, read about the off-camera drama behind the creation of Deep Space Nine and Voyager. This must-have, unauthorized reference was originally published in two volumes and is now available for the first time in one volume, revised and expanded with all-new material. Captains' Logs is a comprehensive tour of thirty years of Trek history, guided by the writers, directors, and actors as only they can do.

Notes: None.

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Star Trek Concordance: The A-Z Guide to the Classic Original Television Series and Films


Author(s): Bjo Trimble

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1995
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0806516100

--Summary--
At last, Bjo Trimble's legendary Star Trek Concordance has been updated for a whole new generation! It includes an A-to-Z lexicon of terms, and informative plot synopses of every televised episode and major motion picture to include characters from the original series. With thousands of facts, and hundreds of inspired illustrations, this book will be a source of delight and a fount of knowledge for even the most scholarly and devoted fan.

Praise for the new edition:

"Nobody knows more about Star Trek than Bjo Trimble. She's taught me a thing or two and I love that!"
- William Shatner

"Mind-numbingly detailed, brain-warpingly galactic, eye-burningly intensive, teeth-achingly expansive and, above all, chimerically indispensable."
- George Takei

"I'm delighted to see this Concordance, which will teach readers a great deal about the universe as it really is -- and as it might be."
- Arthur C. Clarke

"Bjo's Concordance has been a definitive reference source for virtually everyone working on Star Trek, including myself. It's a delight to have her updated, expanded edition."
- Michael Okuda, author of The Star Trek Encyclopedia

"Bjo's tenacious research and dedication have resulted in a wonderfully detailed look into the Star Trek universe. I happily recommend Star Trek Concordance to anyone looking for insight and understanding of Gene's creation."
- David Alexander, author of Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry

"Bjo's knowledge, interest and passion for the Star Trek universe has made this latest work an invaluable edition to any Star Trek fan's collection..."
- Dan Madsen, president and publisher Star Trek: The Official Fan Club

"Get a clue. Get a life. Get this book. This dazzlingly comprehensive compendium is another one of the many debts that Trek fans owe Bjo Trimble. But at least this is one debt that can easily be paid off. Even at twice the price, a Ferengi would consider it a steal."
- Peter David, author of Q-in-Law and Q-Squared

Notes: Revised Edition

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The New Trek Program Guide


Author(s): Paul Cornell, Martin Day, and Keith Topping

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1995
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0863699227

--Summary--
Star Trek: The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine episode by episode

Star Trek and its successors The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine constitute the most popular science fiction series in the world.

This book analyzes the more recent aspects of the Trek phenomenon, covering every episode of TNG and the first three seasons of DS9.

As well as providing in-depth information on the series -- plot summaries, cast and crew details, transmission dates -- this program guide casts a fondly critical eye over the series' continuity and collects all the moments of humor (intentional and otherwise).

In all, this is a light-hearted, detailed and affectionate overview of the modern descendants of 1960s Star Trek.

Notes: British Publication - original title "The New Trek Programme Guide"

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The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers Volume II


Author(s): Phil Farrand

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1995
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1573750557

--Summary--
Crew of the Enterprise and Captain Picard... Report to the Nitpicker's Guide!

What is the sex of Data's cat, Spot?
(Good question! He was a he for six seasons, then had kittens during the seventh!)

Is there a bathroom on the bridge of the Enterprise?
(Yes, but it must be a unisex bathroom. In one episode, a man and a woman wander into it as another man and a woman wander out!)

We're just human, not Klingon or Vulcan (or android), and we have our limits! We believed that after six fabulous seasons Star Trek: The Next Generation would be moving along in warp drive without a hitch. But as author Phil Farrand points out, there's always room for error where no one has gone before. We still have plenty to nitpick about in the seventh and final season of NextGen and in the landmark movie Star Trek: Generations. So get out your videotapes and watch them -- with this book in your hand -- to find...

- Plot oversights - production problems - changed premises - eqipment oddities - trivia questions - and more! - covers every show in the important final season of NextGen, the movie Star Trek: Generations, and all new nits from the first six seasons, taken from submissions to the Nitpicker's Guild

Notes: None.

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Captains' Logs Supplemental: The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages


Author(s): Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1996
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0316329207

--Summary--
The Trek guide that boldly goes where no book has gone before

Captains' Logs: The Unauthorized Complete Trek Voyages brought you the entire history of Trek from its conception in 1963 through the conclusion of The Next Generation's historic seven-year run.

Now, the saga continues.

In the pages of Captains' Logs Supplemental, authors Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman -- whom the Los Angeles Times called "the world's foremost Trekspert" -- bring you the complete behind-the-scenes guide to Deep Space Nine and Voyager, providing candid comments from the actors, writers, producers, and craftspeople who create the shows, along with credits, plot summaries, and airdates.

Among those interviewed for this all-new volume are Avery Brooks * Rick Berman * Kate Mulgrew * Armin Shimerman * Terry Farrell * Rene Auberjonois * Michael Piller * Robert Beltran * Majel Barrett Roddenberry * Colm Meaney * Ira Steven Behr * Jeri Taylor * Robert Picardo * Ethan Phillips * Garrett Wang * David Livingston * Winrich Kolbe * Alexander Siddig * John DeLancie * Jonathan Frakes * and many, many more.

The authors also examine the making of the latest Trek feature film, Star Trek VII, and talk to all of your favorite Next Generation stars, including Patrick Stewart and director Jonathan Frakes.

Notes: None.

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The Nitpicker's Guide for Deep Space Nine Trekkers


Author(s): Phil Farrand

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1996
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0440507626

--Summary--
Commander's log, DS9: stardate 46379.1 Bajor below. The cosmos above. Bloopers everywhere.

How long is the wormhole? (In "Emissary," it is 70,000 light-years. Four episodes later Sisko says it is 90,000. Better check the odometer, Sisko!)

Does the space station rotate? (Good question! Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't -- look at the stars in the windows.)

Now that NextGen is history, the time has come to take a leap through hyperspace and land on Deep Space Nine. It's unexplored territory for nitpicking, the ultimate challenge for discriminating fans. This guide brings you the scoop on Deep Space Nine -- the good, the bad, and the Ferengi. Author Phil Farrand (with a little help from his Trekker friends) has had his VCR in warp drive and surveyed every DS9 episode of the first four seasons for the glitches, gaffes, and goofs that neither the station's engineers nor the show's writers have solved. Sit yourself down with this guide in one hand, your remote control in the other, and see for yourself what the wormhole has wrought --

- plot oversights - changed premises - equipment oddities - continuity and production problems - strange but true fun facts - trivia questions - and more!

Notes: None.

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The Trekker's Guide to Voyager: Complete, Unauthorized, and Uncensored


Author(s): Hal Schuster

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1996
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0761505725

--Summary--
The voyage continues...

In 1995, almost 30 years after the premier [sic] of the original Star Trek, Paramount Pictures aired a new Star Trek series. Star Trek: Voyager was the flagship of its new network, UPN, and the first Star Trek created without the input and guidance of the franchise's creator Gene Roddenberry. In The Trekker's Guide to Voyager, you'll learn what goes on both behind and in front of the camera in the words of the people closest to the events.

Nowhere else will you find detailed biographies of the actors and production crew, complete character profiles, and in-depth specs on every alien in the Delta Quadrant. Learn exactly why Genevieve Bujold quit the role of Captain Janeway just two days after she began work on the show. Discover why Voyager is the fourth series (including Generations) in which Tim Russ appears. And have you ever wondered just how far away the Delta Quadrant is? It's all here -- and nowhere else.

Plus, The Trekker's Guide to Voyager features a special guide to the first two seasons of the show, along with a discussion of the oversights, inaccuracies, and outright blunders that mysteriously appear from time to time. Everything from confused camera angles to disappearing shoes to plot holes through which you could pilot a starship is covered in this comprehensive guide.

Totally uncensored, utterly fascinating, and intricately detailed, this book is the ultimate guide to Star Trek: Voyager.

Notes: None

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The Trekker's Guide to Deep Space Nine: Complete, Unauthorized, and Uncensored


Author(s): Hal Schuster

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1997
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0761505741

--Summary--
Trace the trekker's timeline from the big bang to Deep Space Nine!

If you're a Trekker, you've logged some serious time on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. But have you caught every episode? Can you recount every major story arc? Do you know the characters' backgrounds -- and those of the actors? Can you recite Ferengi Rule of Acquisition 76? If not, you need this book!

Put your Trekker expertise to the test with this pop quiz. Answers can be found on the pages in parentheses:

* Most episodes of DS9 cost around $1.5 million. For what landmark episode did the producers double the usual budget to $3 million? (page 27)

* According to the star date system of time, when did the Big Bang occur? (page 208)

* Without the wormhole, how long would a journey from the Alpha Quadrant to the Gamma Quadrant take? (page 191)

* Which actor can count among his uncles a former prime minister and famous actor Malcolm McDowell (whose credits include the movie Star Trek: Generations)? (page 40)

* Which actor was formerly a professor teaching theater at Rutgers University? (page 34)

* How often has Q, the meddlesome, mischievous, omnipotent being, darkened the portals of DS9? (page 12)

* How did the episode "Way of the Warrior" change the series -- and who joined the crew of Deep Space Nine? (page 154)

Veteran Trekker Hal Schuster tells all here. Episode by episode, he recounts the stars, writers, directors, plots, and SNAFUs. He explains how the series was created, how it has changed, and where it's headed. With biographies of the actors and their characters, a Star Trek timeline, a Trekker's Guide to the Internet, and much more, this is the ultimate guide to Deep Space Nine -- totally uncensored, intricately detailed, and utterly fascinating.

Notes: None

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The Trekker's Guide to The Next Generation: Complete, Unauthorized, and Uncensored


Author(s): Hal Schuster

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1997
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0761505733

--Summary--
The second coming of Star Trek

1966 The first Star Trek pilot, "The Cage," is aired.

1977 Star Trek II, a new television show featuring the original cast, is proposed -- and never made.

1979 Star Trek: The Motion Picture, the first in what would become a long line of feature films, is released.

1987 A totally new Star Trek television show premieres -- a show that would become one of the most popular syndicated series of all time, spawning two more Trek-inspired shows and starting another series of successful feature films. Star Trek: The Next Generation is born -- and science fiction television is changed forever.

The Trekker's Guide to The Next Generation reveals what went into -- and what was left out of -- the seven television seasons and two feature films about the crew of the second Enterprise. Hal Schuster, a long-time, prominent chronicler of the Star Trek phenomenon, details just how the show was created, and how it changed following the death of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry. He traces the history of The Next Generation from the cancellation of a popular program to the beginnings of a box-office serial smash.

Using information culled from interviews, the show's own bible, and other sources, The Trekker's Guide to The Next Generation takes you inside the popular phenomenon. Read character profiles and biographies of the actors who brought them to life. Get plot summaries for each of the 177 television episodes and get an insider's look at guest stars, innovators, and bloopers. Learn what happened between James T. Kirk's command and the debut of the new Enterprise with Captain Jean-Luc Picard. at the helm. Review Star Trek science, comparing factual physics and the writers' flights of fancy.

Totally unauthorized and uncensored, The Trekker's Guide to The Next Generation tells you what the producers at Paramount Pictures don't want you to know!

Hal Schuster is the author of The Trekker's Guide to Voyager (Prima) and Trek: The Unauthorized A to Z. He is the former editor and publisher of Enterprise Incidents and Comics Features magazines.

Notes: None

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The Unofficial SFX Episode Guide to Deep Space Nine


Author(s): No Author Listed

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1998
Condition: Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: N/A

--Summary--
Six Years of Episodes Previewed & Rated, Plus Season Seven Preview

Episode guides for all first six seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, plus a round-up of all the latest news on season seven.

Including...

* Trivia
* Cast lists
* Production credits
* All episodes reviewed and rated
* Quotes from each and every episode

Notes: UK book. Also called SFX: The Essential Guide to Deep Space Nine on the inside cover

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Trek Navigator: The Ultimate Guide to the Entire Trek Saga


Author(s): Mark A. Altman and Edward Gross

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1998
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0316038121

--Summary--
The world's leading Treksperts give you the book you've been waiting for -- a sharply opinionated episode-by-episode guide to the entire Star Trek saga.

In the galaxy of Star Trek books, there's nothing like Trek Navigator -- a compendium of punchy reviews, in the style of movie reviewers Siskel and Ebert, critiquing every episode of the original Star Trek and The Next Generation, the latest episodes of Deep Space Nine and Voyager, and the complete movie series.

With this invaluable critical guide, you'll know which episodes are worth setting the VCR for -- and when it's better to hit the fast-forward button. The authors provide a complete season-by-season breakdown of the entire saga, no-holds-barred critiques, a one-to-four star rating system, and a unique index that cross-lists episodes under dozens of fascinating categories, from "Boom!" (in which the ship is destroyed) and "Debating Team" (in which Kirk talks a computer to death) to "Bad Borg" (Borg episodes) and "It's Elementary" (in which Data plays Sherlock Holmes).

Notes: None.

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Delta Quadrant: The Unofficial Guide to Voyager


Author(s): David McIntee

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2000
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0753504367

--Summary--
Delta Quadrant is the only episode guide to Voyager. Every episode is recounted and dissected with absolute precision. Every significant piece of data is logged, and those more tricky scientific references are analysed in the ingeniously-named section: 'Ye Canna Change The Laws O' Physics.'

For those of us who aren't primarily SF fans and who simply enjoy a good storyline, Delta Quadrant draws attention to some of Voyager's excellent characterisation and dialogue. It also points out bloopers and puzzles, lack of continuity and where things could have been done better.

'Am I the only one intent on getting home? Is it just me? Am I leading the crew on a forlorn mission with no hope of success?'

This is the essential guide to the trials of Captain Janeway and the rest of the Voyager team as they try to bridge 70,000 light years and find a way home from the Delta Quadrant.

Notes: None.

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion


Author(s): Terry J. Erdmann with Paula M. Block

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2000
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671501062

--Summary--
"Terry Erdmann has compiled the definitive history of Deep Space Nine. It's all here, the hits (as well as the misses). It brings back some very special memories."
- Ira Steven Behr, executive producer, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

It might be hard to believe, but there was a time when launching a new Star Trek series was considered a risky venture. Maybe it was just luck that Star Trek: The Next Generation had succeeded. Could another show capture the imagination of the viewers?

The creators of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine built a cast of characters totally different from the more comfortable, familiar ones that had been seen on previous incarnations of Star Trek. One of the writers observed, "You can see right away they're not perfectly engineered humans.... They seem more real.... They represent a different way to tell a story." The setting for the show was a space station, a dark, almost sinister, alien place -- the diametrical opposite ofa bright, reassuring starship. This new Star Trek series set every expectation on its head -- and it succeeded. Deep Space Nine created some of the most visionary, emotionally charged, and critically acclaimed hours of television ever made, and at the end of seven years it could boast of ranking at thetop of the syndicated ratings year after year.

The Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion is the official guide to all 176 spectacular episodes of this rvolutionary series. Detailed synopses, behind-the-scenes information, and in-depth interviews with the cast and crew are provided for each show. Hundreds of photographs and illustrations -- many never before seen -- fill the pages of this book. For the casual reader or the fan who wants to know more, this is the definitive book on this groundbreaking series. From its explosive beginning to the heartrending conclusion, relive it all and see why TV Guide called it "the best acted, written, produced, and altogether finest... Star Trek series."

Notes: None.

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Beyond the Final Frontier: An Unauthorised Review of the Trek Universe on Television and Film


Author(s): Mark Jones and Lance Parkin

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2003
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1843570807

--Summary--
The final frontier is vast...

For the first time there is one book that encompasses the whole Trek Universe on screen: over six hundred episodes from the five television series, plus the animated show and all ten movies.

Here is a complete, unofficial episode guide packed with facts and behind the scenes information. Beyond the Final Frontier is a fully-indexed, critical appreciation and includes a glossary for those who can't tell their Alpha Quadrant from their wormholes. This single volume includes entries for each television episode, lists guest stars, key production staff, transmission dates and a short plot overview. There's something for everyone, from the die-hard fan to someone who's only just discovered the worlds of Star Trek.

Including details up to the second series of Enterprise and the tenth film, Nemesis, this is one reference book no science fiction viewer can do without.

Notes: None.

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Star Trek Voyager Companion


Author(s): Paul Ruditis

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2003
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0743417518

--Summary--
Over thirty-five years ago, creating a television series about a group of explorers making their way across the unexplored reaches of space was a gamble for a small studio. For the network that bought the show, it proved to be an even greater gamble, and after three seasons with "disappointing" ratings they cancelled Star Trek.

In the subsequent decades, a great deal changed. By 1995, Star Trek and its two successors, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, had changed the face of syndication across the country. Now as the studio and its parent company, Viacom, looked to launch their own network, a new Star Trek series would easily become the cornerstone of the new enterprise.

In creating Star Trek: Voyager, Executive Producers Rick Berman, Michael Pillar , and Jeri Taylor embraced Star Trek's original theme of "exploring strange new worlds and new civilizations," then took it a step further by stranding their crew in the farthest reaches of the Delta Quadrant, totally cut off from all that was familiar. It was a bold step, one that forced both the starship's crew and the show itself to stand on its own, its success determined by its own resourcefulness.

For seven years, Captain Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the aptly named Starship Voyager lived with one goal - to get home - and strove to live up to the ideals of Starfleet as they traveled alone in the tumultuous region of space. Relive their epic journey through summaries, photos, and detailed episode data in this official companion to Star Trek: Voyager, the series that proved once again the power of Star Trek.

Notes: None.

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Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion


Author(s): Larry Nemecek

Book Series: Episode Guides
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2003
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0743457986

--Summary--
On September 8, 1987 -- more than twenty years after the original Star Trek television show first aired -- millions of Trek fans across the country sat down in front of their television sets for the debut of an all-new Star Trek series. No expense had been spared in bringing this new show to life -- the creator of the original series, Gene Roddenberry,was back producing the new show. Yet even the most faithful of Star Trek fans had their doubts -- could the magic be duplicated?

The answer to that question proved to be a resounding yes. Led by Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D blazed a trail of exciting adventures across the galaxy. In show after show, Star Trek: The Next Generation brought to life a future where cooperation and mutual understanding proved the keys to solving humanity's problems -- and enabled galactic civilization to flourish.

Here is the complete official guide to the television adventures of the Starship Enterprise and all four of the major motion pictures from Star Trek Generations to the latest, Star Trek Nemesis. This companion is a compendium of information including plot summaries and credits for each show, as well as fascinating behind-the-scenes glimpses into the creation of The Next Generation. Take a glimpse into the show's incredible seven-year run, during which it reigned at the very top of the syndicated television ratings. Illustrated with more than 150 photographs, this is the official reference guide to Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Notes: 3rd revision

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