I had a classic Treklit Christmas!
Star Trek: Spaceflight Chronology
The original, full-length version which I've wanted for about 15 years. Wonderful art and lots of fun little "in-universe" articles.
Trek: The Printed Adventures
By James Van Hise, kind-of like a 1993 Voyages of Imagination
, but with only a couple of interviews, much more opinion (frequently wrong
) and a huge section on fanfic (with art and interviews).
The Official Star Trek Cooking Manual
"From the logs of Nurse Chapel", apparently. Little anecdotes between recepies, and human dishes given TOS alien names.
Lots of old Trek novels, Starship Spotter, Troublesome Minds, Rosetta (the last Ent novel for me, since I hate the relaunch), Star Trek Lives!, New Worlds New Civilizations, Best of Trek #16, the novelization of the old Klingon PC game, the infamous Planet X novel and a couple of old knock-off Trek encylopedias (one supposedly including the novels) and more.