Haven't got enough to do anything worthwhile or I'd have already done it. Started talking with people about TMP the second time I made a proposal to Pocket they liked about doing an ART OF STAR TREK (NOTHING like what they wound up doing a few years later, which was practically a glorified caption book.) Another factor is that probably two-thirds of them were done while I was working on staff at a magazine, and so I have no legal right to use them, even if still had copies (the only computer virus I've ever gotten hit within a couple months of leaving the magazine, so except for hard copies of a few things, I have NOTHING to show from 1998-2000, which is when I spoke to Marty Kline and Hoyt Yeatman and ... geez, there were a ton of folks.) If you (like I) really want a definitive TMP book, you should be pestering Preston Neal Jones, who has a 1600 page manuscript on that which was supposed to form the basis of a CINEFANTASTIQUE double issue. He did a kickass book on NIGHT OF THE HUNTER awhile back, but hasn't been able to get Pocket's interest apparently.