With the Star Trek Vanguard
saga's finale coming any day now, I thought it might be good to have a thread for discussion of the series as a whole, and in which all of you could ask questions relating to the content I'll be posting to my website over the next few weeks here:
From my recent blog post
introducing the page:
To kick off the beginning of the end for the saga I helped nurture into existence seven years ago, I’m sharing a little bit of behind-the-scenes content from the series’ development:
Another fun treat: a special desktop wallpaper image composed of the eight original cover art images from the series, rendered by Doug Drexler.
- An early design schematic that shows a much larger footprint for the station;
- Masao Okazaki‘s exterior and interior designs for the U.S.S. Sagittarius;
- My internal memos about the plucky scout ship’s crew and capabilities;
- and links to past interviews, blog posts, and podcasts about the saga.
Need more? When fellow Vanguard author Dayton Ward moved his website a while back, his annotations for the series’ second book, Summon the Thunder, got lost in the shuffle. Now those annotations make their triumphant return via my website (with his permission, of course). Also, I’d never gotten around to annotating the third book, Reap the Whirlwind … until now. That’s right, Vanguard fans — brand-new annotations for the series’ pivotal volume.
In the weeks to come, I plan to add more content to the page, including Vanguard‘s original series bible, the post-Harbinger addendum to the series bible, and new audio interviews and podcasts with myself, Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, and Marco Palmieri.
Also, just a reminder, you have until next Tuesday, March 13, at 11:59PM EDT to submit your questions — here, on either of my blogs, my Facebook author page or personal page, or as a reply to my Twitter feed — for the Vanguard Farewell Podcast
From all eligible entries I'll choose two winners to receive complete autographed sets of the Vanguard
saga — that's all eight print-original books, signed by the authors.
So stick around, folks — the party’s just getting started!