Michael Chabon shares some of his notes on Romulan culture for Star Trek: Picard.
Get two sentences into any retrospective of Star Trek, and you’ll run smack into a glowing pronouncement of difference between Gene Roddenberry’s vision and spaceship jockey opuses that preceded it: the optimism. Star Trek promised a future where there was no war, at least among humans, no racism, […]
At StarTrek.com, friend of the Gutter Sara Century considers “The Radical Empathy of Deanna Troi.” “We live in a society that views compassion as a weakness, particularly feminine compassion. The message that to care is to give up your strength is instilled through media, culture, even in the […]
Neon Harbor’s video on Turkish Star Trek has been updated!
David Warner talks about his “Random Roles” at the AV Club. “The A.V. Club: The reason this interview came to pass is because it was pitched to you by Lin-Manuel Miranda while you two were chatting on the set of Mary Poppins Returns. David Warner: Yes, and he […]
At Strange Horizons, Erin Horáková writes about popular culture, popular memory, popular forgetting, popular reworking, “receptive drag,” and “Kirk Drift”: “Why can’t we see what’s in front of us? Why can’t we read? Why do we remember green women, molested, when there weren’t any, and the wrong ‘three […]