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Star Trek's Mr. Chekov, others, joins the bill for Ottawa Comiccon

Ottawa Comiccon announced a number of late additions to its lineup, including characters from TV shows Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation, as well as a key player from the new TV show The Flash. 193 more words

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“Am I… zeeing zings!?”
“Not unless I am too. Captain… that thing’s a… giant hand.”

Prescription is a gallon of Star Trek a day, plus all the tea and absurdity I can drink.
That is all.

A Day In The Country-Anton Pavlovich Chekov, a short story

Between eight and nine o’clock in the morning.

A dark leaden-coloured mass is creeping over the sky towards the sun. Red zigzags of lightning gleam here and there across it. 2,346 more words

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Star Trek - Who Mourns For Adonais?

In which, the Enterprise is seized by the giant hand of Apollo when passing a seemingly unremarkable planet.

In the pre-credits, before the hand shows up, McCoy and Kirk engage in banter about Scotty’s intentions regarding a young crewwoman, Lt Carolyn Palamas. 282 more words


Star Trek - Amok Time

And so I watch my first Star Trek in a world without Leonard Nimoy. As fate would have it, I’ve reached this somewhat Vulcan-centric tale appropriately enough. 524 more words


How Do You Know What to Cut?

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Last year I asked a number of beta readers to read my 120,000-word NaNoWriMo 2013 novel. After receiving an excellent critique from one of these beta readers, I shared with him how annoyed I was that I was somehow supposed to cut my word count in half. 1,297 more words


The Bet- a short story by Anton Chekov

IT WAS a dark autumn night. The old banker was walking up and down his study and remembering how, fifteen years before, he had given a party one autumn evening. 2,825 more words

Short Stories