Mini-Series, One-Offs, Anthologies, Comics and Miscellanea
by David Mack
trilogy crossed directly into the TNG, Titan
and VOY fiction while advancing several DS9 characters and referencing New Frontier
, SCE, and Gorkon
- Gods of Night
- Lost Souls
- Mere Mortals
An ongoing series showing the new state of the galaxy following the catastrophic events of the Destiny
trilogy that ties directly into the Titan, DS9 and TNG continuities.
Articles of the Federation
- AVE/DS9: Zero Sum Game by David Mack
- TTN: Seize The Fire by Michael A. Martin
- DS9: Rough Beasts of Empire by David R. George III
- TNG: Paths of Disharmony by Dayton Ward
- TNG: The Struggle Within by Christopher L. Bennett (E-book exclusive)
- DS9/TOS Plagues of Night by David R. George III
- DS9/TNG/TOS Raise the Dawn by David R. George III
- TNG/AVE Brinksmanship by Una McCormack
by Keith R.A. DeCandido
This tale of "a year in the life" of Federation President Nanietta Bacco spun out of the A Time to..
series. Elements of Bacco's backstory were established in the Wildstorm comic The Gorn Crisis
. Bacco and her administration have shown up and been mentioned in many of the post-Nemesis
novels of all series, and played prominent parts in the Destiny
trilogy and A Singular Destiny.
Keith R. A. DeCandido's annotations...
A Singular Destiny
by Keith R. A. DeCandido
Picking up the pieces from Destiny
and laying the ground-work for the the Typhon Pact
, this novel features DS9 characters Ezri Dax, Sam Bowers and Mikaela Leishman on their new ship, the Aventine.
Keith R. A. DeCandido's annotations...
Department of Temporal Investigations
by Chriostopher L. Bennett. Two novels focusing on the Federation's temporal investigators in a post-"Destiny
Watching the Clock
- Watching The Clock
- Forgotten History
features appearances the crew of the USS Titan
and an appearance by President Nanietta Bacco of Articles of the Federation.
Forgotten History features an appearance by Jasminder Choudhory from the TNG book series.
Anthology that featured Captains of all of the vessels called Enterprise
. "Though Hell Should Bar the Way" is consistent with Final Frontier
and Best Destiny
. "Night Whispers" was referenced in Ex Machina
. "Shakedown" is consistent with The Captain Daughter
. "The Captain and the King" took place at "The Captain's Table" bar from the mini-series and anthology of the same name.
- Captain Israel Daniel Dickenson - "The Veil at Valcour", by Diane Carey
- Captain Osborne B. Hardison - "World of Strangers", by Diane Carey
- Captain Robert April - "Though Hell Should Bar the Way", by Greg Cox
- Captain Christopher Pike - "Conflicting Natures", by Jerry Oltion
- Captain James T. Kirk - "The Avenger", by Michael Jan Friedman
- Captain Will Decker - "Night Whispers", by Diane Duane
- Captain Spock - "Just Another Little Training Cruise", by A.C. Crispin
- Captain John Harriman - "Shakedown", by Peter David
- Captain Rachel Garrett - "Hour of Fire", by Robert Greenberger
- Captain Jean-Luc Picard - "The Captain and the King", by John Vornholt
event was the first series to cross into the (then) four television series. The villains of this series were mentioned in the SCE tale Ring Around the Sky
The Captain's Table
- First Strike by Diane Carey
- The Soldiers of Fear by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch
- Time's Enemy by L.A. Graf
- The Final Fury by Dafydd ab Hugh
The two Captain's Table
events, the mini-series and the anthology, both tied into the larger lit-line. The "Captain's Table" bar itself was mentioned in Gateways: Doors Into Chaos.
There was also an oblique reference to the "Captain's Table" bar in Double Helix: Double or Nothing,
that reference is in turn referenced in "Improvisations on the Opal Sea: A Tale of Dubious Credibility".
- War Dragons by L.A. Graf (Captains James T. Kirk and Hikaru Sulu)
- Dujonian's Hoard by Michael Jan Friedman (Captain Jean-Luc Picard)
- The Mist by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Captain Benjamin Sisko)
- Fire Ship by Diane Carey (Captain Kathryn Janeway)
- Once Burned by Peter David (Captain Mackenzie Calhoun)
- Where Sea Meets Sky by Jerry Oltion (Captain Christopher Pike)
- Introduction: How We Built the Bar, by Dean Wesley Smith
- William Riker: "Improvisations on the Opal Sea: A Tale of Dubious Credibility", by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels
- Jean-Luc Picard: "Darkness", by Michael Jan Friedman
- Elizabeth Shelby: "Pain Management", by Peter David
- Klag, son of M'Raq: "loDnI'pu'vajpu'je" by Keith R.A. DeCandido
- Kira Nerys: "The Officers' Club", by Heather Jarman
- Jonathan Archer: "Have Beagle, Will Travel: The Legend of Porthos", by Louisa M. Swann
- Demora Sulu: "Iron and Sacrifice", by David R. George III
- Chakotay: "Seduced", by Christie Golden
- David Gold: "An Easy Fast", by John J. Ordover
is a part of the post-finale DS9 fiction. Cloak
was referenced in Ex Machina.
- TOS: Cloak by S.D. Perry
- TNG: Rogue by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels
- DS9: Abyss by Jeffrey Weddle and Jeffrey Lang
- VOY: Shadow by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch
The Gateways series spanned the Trek-lit line and crossed directly in to the DS9, New Frontier
and New Earth
fiction. The series also mentions the "Captain's Table" bar, includes an appearance from Klag of the Gorkon
series, and has an epilogue in the SCE series.
What Lay Beyond
- One Small Step, by Susan Wright (TOS)
- Chainmail, by Diane Carey (Star Trek: New Earth)
- Doors Into Chaos, by Robert Greenberger (TNG)
- Demons of Air and Darkness, by Keith R.A. DeCandido (DS9)
- No Man's Land, by Christie Golden (VOY)
- Cold Wars, by Peter David (NF)
The Lost Era
The Lost Era
- TOS: "One Giant Leap" by Wright
- NE: "Exodus" by Carey
- DS9: m"Horn and Ivory" by DeCandido
- VOY: "In the Queue" by Golden
- NF: "Death After Life" by David
- TNG: "The Other Side" by Greenberger
was originally a six-book mini-series set inbetween the presumed death of Kirk in Generations
and the launch of the Enterprise-D. The Buried Age
and the Terok Nor
trilogy were later released as Lost Era
by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels
Serpents Among The Ruins
- The Sundered featured the character of Leonard James Akaar as he was developed for the DS9 fiction and had a sequel in the form of the Titan book The Red King.
by David R. George III
The Art of The Impossible
- This book guest starred Elias Vaughn of the DS9 fiction and events from SAtR were foreshadowed in DS9: Mission Gamma: Twilight.
by Keith R. A. DeCandido
- This book also guest starred Elias Vaughn of the DS9 lit as well as T'Prynn of the Vanguard series as well as establishing Uhura as head of Starfleet intelligence.
According to KRAD's acknowledgments he referenced the following in TAotI:
Well of Souls
- TOS: Enter the Wolves (Wildstorm comic) by A.C. Crispen and Howard Weinstein
- TNG: Worf's First Adventure by Peter David
- VOY: The Dark Matters trilogy by Christie Golden
- The DS9: The Left Hand of Destiny duology by J.G. Hertler and Jeffrey Lang
- DS9: A Stitch in Time by Andrew J. Robinson
- TOS: Vulcan's Heart by Josepha Sherman and Susan Schwartz
- DS9: Mission Gamma: Lesser Evil by Robert Simpson
by Ilsa J. Bick
Deny Thy Father
by Jeff Mariotte
Catalyst of Sorrows
by Margaret Wander Bonanno
The Brave and the Bold
tied into the DS9 and Gorkon
continuities and referenced The Badlands
Tales of the Dominion War
- The Badlands by Susan Wright
- The Brave and the Bold by Keith R.A. DeCandido
Seven Deadly Sins
- Introduction, by Keith R.A. DeCandido
- "What Dreams May Come," by Michael Jan Friedman
- "Night of the Vulture," by Greg Cox
- "The Ceremony of Innocence is Drowned," by Keith R.A. DeCandido
- "Blood Sacrifice," by Josepha Sherman & Susan Shwartz
- "Mirror Eyes," by Heather Jarman & Jeffrey Lang
- "Twilight's Wrath," by David Mack
- "Eleven Hours Out," by Dave Galanter
- "Safe Harbors," by Howard Weinstein
- "Field Expediency," by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore
- "A Song Well Sung," by Robert Greenberger
- "Stone Cold Truths," by Peter David
- "Requital," by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels
- The Dominion War Timeline, compiled by Keith R.A. DeCandido
An anthology placing the seven deadly sins into the context of Star Trek aliens. "The First Peer" in consistent with the Vanguard
series, and "Reservoir Ferengi" is consistent with the post-finale DS9 lit, utilizing the name "Bena" for Rom and Leeta's child.
- Pride: Romulans - "The First Peer", by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore
- Greed: Ferengi - "Reservoir Ferengi", by David A. McIntee
- Envy: Cardassians - "The Slow Knife", by James Swallow
- Wrath: Klingons - "The Unhappy Ones", by Keith R. A. DeCandido
- Lust: Mirror Universe - "Freedom Angst", by Britta Dennison
- Gluttony: Borg - "Revanent", by Marc D. Giller
- Sloth: Pakled - "Work Is Hard", by Greg Cox
- DC Comics first TOS series used Diane Duane's "Rihannsu-verse" characters, and the character Bernie/Kobry appeared in TNG: Strike Zone.
- DC Comics second TOS series introduced the character Sara Tuchinsky, who appeared in TOS: The Rift (as "Tooch") and in Mere Anarchy:The Blood-Dimmed Tide.
- DC Comics TNG comics had one issue with Gilaad Ben Zoma of the Stargazer series.
- Marvel Comics Early Voyages introduced the character Moves-With-Burning-Grace who later appeared SCE: Where Time Stands Still and TOS: Burning Dreams.
- Marvel Comics DS9 series introduced Etaana Kol, a Bajoran security officer who has been used several times in the DS9 lit.
- Marvel Comics Starfleet Academy introduced the character of Pava Ek'noor sh'Aqabaa, who later became a member of the crew of Titan. SA's Omega Squad was mentioned by name in DS9: Mission Gamma: Cathedral.
- Wildstorm comics DS9: N-Vector and TNG/DS9: Divided We Fall both crossed directly into the DS9 fiction.
- Wildstorm comics NF: Double Time is apart of the New Frontier continuity.
- Wildstorm comics The Gorn Crisis by Kevin J. Anderson and Rebecca Moesta establishes backstory for both Nannietta Bacco (Articles of the Federation et al.) and the Gorn for Destiny and The Typhon Pact.
- Wildstorm comics Perchance to Dream by Keith R.A DeCandido established the Damiano, seen in A Time for War, A Time for Peace and in New Frontier: No Limits.
- Wildstorm comics Enter the Wolves by A.C. Crispen and Howard Weinstein was referenced in The Art of the Impossible.
- IDW comics Andorian Spotlight alluded to the Andorian genders established the DS9 lit.
- IDW comics NF: Turnaround is a part of the New Frontier continuity.
- IDW comics TNG: Myriad Universes: Star Trek: The Last Generation was a tie in with the Myriad Universes series.
- The Spock vs. Q and Spock vs. Q: The Sequel audio plays were mentioned in New Frontier: Gods Above.
- FASA's Star Trek RPG incorporated info from the novels, most notably John M. Ford's The Final Reflection. In turn, DC Comics used ships from FASA's Romulan ship recognition manual gaming sourcebook. TFR's Kinshaya were given significant development by FASA, however, that depiction differs from the eventual depiction in A Singular Destiny and The Typhon Pact.
- The so-called "Shatner-verse" series of novels by William Shatner and Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens has utilized certain elements of the novel-verse (such as certain crew members on Enterprise and Titan), but is largely incompatible with novel-continuity as presented.
- Although the Crucible trilogy exists in it's own time line, separate from the general novel-verse, there are several events that can be integrated into the novelverse without difficulty, including the story of President Ra-ghoratreii trying to recruit Spock as an ambassador and speaking at Kirk's funeral.
- Steve Mollmann and Michael Schuster included elements from the "Shatner-verse" book Spectre and elements from the Gold Key comics series in their SCE book The Future Begins.
- Star Trek Online: The Needs of the Many by Michael A. Martin includes elements of the novelverse, but the STO universe has too many contradictions to be a part of the main novel-verse.