catalenamara (catalenamara) wrote,

Fan History: A site with links to 1970s TOS fanfiction

Here's a link to a site with lots of info about the early days (1970s) of Trek fandom.

The site includes the following, plus more:

1. Kraith. created by Jacqueline Lichtenberg, with a comment by Ronald D. Moore, of Star Trek fame, and Exec. Producer of Battlestar Galactica
2. STAR TREK SHOWCASE Published by: Barbara Sharon Emily. Christian Inspiration Romance set in the Star Trek: The Original Series Universe.
3. Quartet+2, Star Trek fanfic stories by Claire Gabriel -- whom you may know from online Star Trek: Voyager Fan Fiction. She has been professionally published in hardcover and slick magazines under other bylines.
4. Remote Control a 1968 Star Trek script by Jacqueline Lichtenberg
5. Alternate Universe 4, an alternate to the Kraith Universe created by SHIRLEY MAIEWSKI
6. Read about the Star Trek Connection underlying everything on
7. A tribute to Shirley Maiewski, long time head of the STAR TREK WELCOMMITTEE and contributor to Sharon Emily's Star Trek Showcase.
8. Tributes to those who gave us Star Trek and its fandom: James Doohan, Majel Barrett - please contribute your own to this section.
9. About Joan Winston, author of THE MAKING OF THE TREK CONVENTIONS (or How To Throw A Party For 12,000 Of Your Most Intimate Friends)
Tags: fan history

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