Afternoon, sports fans!
First here is the rundown of my scribblings that are expected to arrive in print during calendar year 2009.
March (or thereabouts): Star Trek Magazine, Voyager Special: my article about whether Neelix or the Emergency Medical Hologram was the better man — and what my verdict says about me.
July: The Calling, a supernatural thriller set in modern-day New York, and my first published work of original fiction.
October: The 4400: Promises Broken — the long-awaited “grand finale” tale of this prematurely canceled TV series created by Scott Peters and René Echevarria
December: Star Trek Vanguard: Precipice, the fifth book in this series that I co-developed with Marco Palmieri and on which I have shared the writing duties with Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore.
In addition, I have a project confirmed for publication in February 2010: an expansion of my Star Trek Mirror Universe short novel, The Sorrows of Empire, into a full-length paperback.
Upcoming Public Appearances:
New York Comic Con
February 6–8, 2009
Jacob Javits Center
New York, N.Y.
July 10–12, 2009
Marriott’s Hunt Valley Inn
In addition, I have been invited to participate in Lunacon (in March) and I-Con (in April), two local New York-area conventions. I have not yet confirmed for either one, but I’ll keep y’all posted.
That’s all for now. You may return to your irregularly schedule web-browsing, already in progress.