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Catching Up with Star Trek Author Paul Ruditis

Paul Ruditis is becoming a go-to name in the world of Star Trek nonfiction, with The Star Trek Book, the Star Trek Visual Dictionary, and the Star Trek: Voyager Companion to his credit. TrekMovie caught up with Ruditis at Mission: New York to talk about his previous work, what he has coming up, and the challenges of writing guide books for the 50-year old franchise. Ruditis was at Mission: New York promoting his newest work, The Star Trek Book Brotherly love – it might seem an idea born from Gene Roddenberry’s idea of infinite diversity in infinite combinations, or at least one that echoes IDIC.
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