Dear Dayton, Star Trek is famous for its unique presentation and commentary on social issues, holding them in plain sight for the viewer while cleverly cloaking them behind the funny foreheads, cheesy special effects, and most importantly, slinky silver mini-dresses. As the lord-protectors of all Trek lore, what advice can you offer to the budding Trek writers out there that want to infuse their scripts and fanfics with biting social commentary along with their gratuitous phaser fights and Kirk/Orion/tribbles sex scenes? How do keep our opinions from sticking out like giant golden space cows? How can we help avoid unintended
G & T Show 40 – Foundry Missions & Fan Fic. What’s the Difference? is now available for downloading. Give it a listen here. This week Nick and Teri are back with an all new discussion about foundry missions and fan fiction and the difference between the two, if there is one. Mike (Soriedem), Paul (CaptPFDennis), and Oliver (CerberusFilms) joined them in the studio for the discussion. They also have a Star Trek Las Vegas Update, several items from our mailbag and forums, and a new Ask Dayton #25 – Do the Ooby Dooby and Other First Contact Day Celebrations.