James Swallow is the only British writer to have worked on a Star Trek television series, having contributed the original story concepts for the Star Trek: Voyager episodes "One" and "Memorial." Swallow received no onscreen credit for his work on the Voyager episodes, but he did have the Swallow Nebula (the setting of "One") named in his honour by Geoffrey Mandel in Star Charts.
As a writer, he has also contributed to a number of Star Trek publications including Star Trek Magazine, the Star Trek Fact Files and The Official Star Trek: Voyager Magazine. He lives in London, England.
|Invasion||The Next Generation||video game||2000|
| Distant Shores:|
|Voyager||short story||November 2005|
| The Sky's the Limit:|
|The Next Generation||short story||October 2007|
| Terok Nor:|
Day of the Vipers
|Deep Space Nine||novel||April 2008|
| Myriad Universes: Infinity's Prism:|
Seeds of Dissent
|Deep Space Nine||novella||July 2008|
| Mirror Universe: Shards and Shadows:|
The Black Flag
|Vanguard||short story||January 2009|
| Seven Deadly Sins:|
The Slow Knife
|TBA||short story||March 2010|
|Cast No Shadow||The Original Series||novel||July 2011|
|The Stuff of Dreams||The Next Generation||ebook||March 2013|
|The Poisoned Chalice||Titan/The Fall||novel||November 2013|
- ↑ "One" pitch by Swallow and written by Jeri Taylor.
- ↑ "Memorial" pitch by Swallow and story by Brannon Braga with the teleplay by Robin Burger.