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The fourth anthology of short stories written by fans.
Back Cover TextEdit
In the fourth year of its ongoing mission, the Strange New Worlds writing competition has once again sought out exciting new voices and imaginations among Star Trek's vast galaxy of fans. After scanning countless submissions for signs of style and originality, the judges are proud to report that the universe of amazing Star Trek writers just keeps expanding.
Strange New Worlds IV features more than a dozen never-before-published stories spanning the twenty-third and twenty-fourth centuries, from the early days of Kirk and his crew to the later generations of Captains Picard, Sisko, and Janeway. These memorable new tales explore and examine the past and future of Star Trek from many different perspectives.
- "A Little More Action," by TG Theodore
- "Prodigal Father," by Robert J. Mendenhall
- "Missed," by Pat Detmer
- "Tears for Eternity," by Lynda Martinez Foley
- "Countdown," by Mary Sweeney
- "First Star I See Tonight," by Victoria Grant
- "Scotty's Song," by Michael J. Jasper
- "The Name of the Cat," by Steven Scott Ripley (First Prize)
Star Trek: The Next GenerationEdit
- "Flight 19," by Alan James Garbers
- "The Promise," by Shane Zeranski
- "Flash Point," by E. Catherine Tobler
- "Prodigal Son," by Tonya D. Price
- "Seeing Forever," by Jeff Suess
Star Trek: Deep Space NineEdit
- "Captain Proton and the Orb of Bajor," by Jonathan Bridge
- "Isolation Ward 4," by Kevin G. Summers (Third Prize)
Star Trek: VoyagerEdit
- "Iridium-7-Tetrahydroxate Crystals Are a Girl's Best Friend," by Bill Stuart
- "Uninvited Admirals," by Penny A. Proctor
- "Return," by Chuck Anderson
- "Black Hats," by William Leisner
- "Personal Log," by Kevin Killiany
- "Welcome Home," by Diana Kornfeld
- "Shadows, in the Dark," by Ilsa J. Bick (Second Prize)