Gerrold

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Star Wolf (David Gerrold) - Books
... Gerrold had planned to develop this concept into a TV series, as he writes in an introduction to Voyage of the Star Wolf ... The Star Wolf series reflects Gerrold's contention that, due to the distances involved, space battles would be more like submarine hunts than the dogfights usually portrayed—in most cases the ships ... Gerrold referred to the concept as "World War II in space," and intended it as a stylistic opposite of Star Trek (particularly its "Next Generation ...
David Gerrold - Star Wolf
... Gerrold is also the author of the Star Wolf series of books, centered on the star ship Star Wolf and its crew Voyage of the Star Wolf (1990), The Middle of Nowhere (1995 ... Gerrold had planned to develop this concept into a TV series, as he writes in an introduction to Voyage of the Star Wolf ... The Star Wolf series reflects Gerrold's contention that, due to the distances involved, space battles would be more like submarine hunts than the dogfights usually portrayed—in most ...
The War Against The Chtorr - Naming of Characters
... For Season for Slaughter, Gerrold named several characters after actual people, who donated handsomely to Gerrold's favorite charities for the privilege ("tu ... Gerrold had not thought to repeat the effort, but as work on Method for Madness progressed, he received so many fan inquiries about "buying a character" that he ... Prior to that, In A Rage For Revenge, Gerrold included several characters, particularly children who were fated to be eaten by worms, named after friends he had made when ...
David Gerrold
... David Gerrold (born 1944) is an American science fiction author who started his career in 1966 while a college student by submitting an unsolicited story outline for the television series Star Trek ... Gerrold's novelette "The Martian Child" won both Hugo and Nebula awards, and was adapted into a film starring John Cusack ...
Blood And Fire (Star Trek)
... "Blood and Fire" is an episode written by David Gerrold for possible use on Star Trek The Next Generation ... It was eventually adapted by Gerrold into a standalone novel ... With Gerrold's permission, Carlos Pedraza rewrote Blood and Fire for the fan series Star Trek New Voyages ...