Shoreleave 2011’s Vanguard Panel
On July 11th, our very own Gettysburg recorded the Vanguard Panel during the Shore Leave 2011 Convention. The panel featured David Alan Mack, Marco Palmieri, Kevin Dilmore, and Dayton Ward who discussed their work on the Star Trek Vanguard book series. Here it is for your listening pleasure.
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