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Life After Trek Podcast Episode 2 Featuring Larry Nemecek

Life After Trek Podcast Episode 2 Featuring Larry Nemecek

We’re pleased to announce the second episode of our podcast called, “Life After Trek” featuring none other than Larry Nemecek. Larry spent a good 50+ minutes giving us a great inside look into the early days of Trek fanzines, convention life, his many writings, his work on Star Trek: Voyager, and a real behind the scenes look into the history of Trek & it's fandom from TNG on.



We got to know Larry at…

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Added by Subspace Communique on September 30, 2010 at 1:11pm — 3 Comments

My Life of Challenges

I was born with a brittle bones disorder called OI (Osteogenesis Imperfecta), I have had over 60 broken bones in my life, and mainly as a kid I had many compressed vertebrae. I was 5'2" tall but because of the compressed vertebrae I'm now 4'11". Well mainly because of the broken bones an a few other factors I gained a lot weight over the years.



I went to a school for the disabled and because of their…

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Added by Koala Giovano on September 22, 2010 at 2:00am — 9 Comments

HAPPY BIRTHDAY STAR TREK

Thanks for 44 years of fun.

Added by Capt.Dar Greywolf on September 8, 2010 at 8:09pm — 3 Comments

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October 23: On This Day In Science Fiction History

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October 22: On This Day In Science Fiction History

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