Okay, I have been trying to read this book: The Fifty-Year Mission: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Star Trek: The First 25 Years I am about a third of the way through it, and I don't think that I'm going to be able to finish it, an... This is my newest book recommendation for Star Trek fans. I will be posting this information to multiple communities and multiple social media platforms, so some of you may see it more than once. Here is the write-up from Amazon.com: Star Trek: 50 Artists... I watched the movie for the first time, and enjoyed every moment of that. It has a clever and humourous plot, every character having their moment to shine, and the emotional arc of Spock is so touching. I also like that Gillian Taylor is not sloted into ... For those who are interested, the documentary about Leonard Nimoy and Spock, directed by his son Adam, currently is showing on cable on demand. I first saw For the Love of Spock in July at a backer's screening, saw it again on demand at a hotel when I was... The rec for Wait for It by Rhaegal reminds me of the Star Trek: TOS vids that I like. What are your favourite vids? I really enjoyed the ending of Wait for It by Rhaegal. This seems particularly poignant to me now that Leonard Nimoy (and Anton Yelchin) are no more. As something I reblogged over at Tumblr noted, fans are the great fixers. (Also, psst, there's a tag f... I thought others might be interested in this new article, which examined 35 years worth of Kirk/Spock fanfiction. As the abstract says, "Writers of K/S, while ostensibly writing about the 23rd century, consciously or unconsciously include cultural norms ... This is such fun.