Boldly Writing #2020

Boldly Writing By Joan Marie Verba Boldly Writing A history of Star Trek fan activities from to Second edition
  • Title: Boldly Writing
  • Author: Joan Marie Verba
  • ISBN: 9780965357548
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Paperback
  • Boldly Writing By Joan Marie Verba A history of Star Trek fan activities from 1967 to 1987 Second edition
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    About "Joan Marie Verba"

    1. Joan Marie Verba

      Joan Marie Verba earned a bachelor of physics degree from the University of Minnesota Institute of Technology and attended the graduate school of astronomy at Indiana University, where she was an associate instructor of astronomy for one year She has worked as a computer programmer, editor, publisher, health weight loss coach, social media manager, and mobile marketing consultant An experienced writer, she is the author of the nonfiction books Voyager Exploring the Outer Planets, Boldly Writing, and Weight Loss Success, as well as the novels Countdown to Action, Action Alert, Deadly Danger, Situation Critical, Extreme Hazard, Danger Zone, and Sword of Queens, plus numerous short stories and articles She is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, the International Association of Media Tie In Writers, and the Society of Children s Book Writers and Illustrators.

    259 thoughts on “Boldly Writing”

    1. If you re not in fandom or are new to the whole thing, this isn t the way to introduce yourself to it But if you re part of fandom and enjoy fandom history, Boldly Writing will be a delight, connecting you across decades to the mother fandom and all the glories, fights, and silliness therein


    2. An indepth, issue by issue, elaborate history of Star Trek fanzines published between 1967 and 1987 Without a doubt, this is the nerdiest thing I have ever read I love Star Trek and I also love fans of anything, with all their gossip and love and bickering and devotion It s also always interesting for me to see how fanbases communicated and organised themselves before the Internet.


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