Performing Arts

The Autobiography of James T. Kirk

Author: David A. Goodman

Publisher: Titan Books

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 288

View: 881

The Autobiography of James T. Kirk chronicles the greatest Starfleet captain's life (2233-2371), in his own words. From his youth spent on Tarsus IV, his time in the Starfleet Academy, his meteoric raise through the ranks of Starfleet, and his illustrious career at the helm of the Enterprise, this in-world memoir uncovers Captain Kirk in a way Star Trek fans have never seen.
Comics & Graphic Novels

The Trial of James T. Kirk

Author: Peter David

Publisher: Titan Books

ISBN:

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 159

View: 813

Graphic Novel. The fallout from Captain Kirk's actions in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and in his previous confrontations with the Nazguls has left him on the run, with a vast price on his head... and the urbane, deadly bounty hunter Sweeney is aiming to collect! But if the Captain can escape Sweeney's clutches, his problems are just beginning - as he will have to face trial for his supposed "crimes" in order to preserve peace in the Federation - and if found guilty, the penalty is death! By prolific Star Trek novelist Peter David (Fallen Angel), with art by James Fry and Gordon Purcell, this collection features never-before-collected issues and ultra-rare interviews with Nichelle Nichols (Lt. Uhura) and Walter Koenig (Mr. Chekov)!
Fiction

The Autobiography of Jean-Luc Picard

Author: David A. Goodman

Publisher: Titan Books

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 693

The Autobiography of Jean-Luc Picard tells the story of one of the most celebrated names in Starfleet history. His extraordinary life and career makes for dramatic reading: court martials, unrequited love, his capture and torture at the hand of the Cardassians, his assimilation with the Borg and countless other encounters as captain of the celebrated Starship Enterprise.
Biography & Autobiography

Up Till Now

Author: William Shatner

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page:

View: 773

William Shatner gets the joke about William Shatner. In fact, most of the time he's the one telling it. His self-effacing attitude, so perfectly parodied in the bombastic character he now plays on Boston Legal, Denny Crane, is one of the reasons for his huge popularity. While best known for his creation of Captain James T. Kirk, commander of the starship Enterprise on Star Trek, William Shatner has been a working actor for more than half a century. He has experienced all the ups (the awards and acclaim) and the down (having to live for a time in the truck bed of his camper when he couldn't get work) that are a part of the actor's world. In Up Till Now he tells us about his remarkable life, from training as a Shakespearan actor under Sir Tyrone Guthrie to his time on Broadway, his movie career and, of course, his successful tv series. He has worked with an extraordinary range of actors, among them Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Marlene Dietrich, Judy Garland, Walter Matthau, Sandra Bullock, Ben Stiller and Robert DeNiro. He also writes, with glee, about some of his less successful ventures, including Incubus , the only feature ever made entirely in Esperanto. As funny, charming and self-deprecating as the man himself, this book will delight his many fans of all ages.
Humor

Shatner Rules

Author: William Shatner

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Humor

Page: 272

View: 915

You love William Shatner. You admire his many and varied talents. You appreciate his creativity and willingness to take risks. You want to learn his master negotiation techniques. You wish you could hang out with him. Admit it. You want to BE William Shatner. And now...you can (almost). To be Shatner, you must follow the rules included in this lively, entertaining, and thought-provoking volume. This collection of rules and fun factners, illustrated with stories from Bill’s illustrious life and career, will show you how Bill became WILLIAM SHATNER, larger than life and bigger than any role he ever played. Shatner Rules is your guide to becoming William Shatner. Or more accurately, beautifully Shatneresque. Because let's face it...Shatner does rule, doesn't he?
Biography & Autobiography

The Autobiography of Earnest Sims

Author: Earnest Sims, Sr.

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 890

View: 150

The autobiography of Earnest Sims is about the childhood of Earnest Sims, an African-American rising from the cotton picking era to write.
Humor

Shatner Rules Deluxe

Author: William Shatner

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Humor

Page: 272

View: 657

This Deluxe eBook features audio clips read by the real William Shatner, on essential topics such as the witty retorts he wished he’d used during his Comedy Central Roast, a strange trip he once took to Germany, importance of a college education,and of course, his astonishing musical abilities. In this enhance eBook you will realize many important things: You love William Shatner. You admire his many and varied talents. You appreciate his creativity and willingness to take risks. You want to learn his master negotiation techniques. You wish you could hang out with him. Admit it. You want to BE William Shatner. And now...you can (almost). This collection of rules, illustrated with stories from Bill's illustrious life and career, will show you how Bill became WILLIAM SHATNER, larger than life and bigger than any role he ever played. Shatner Rules
History

Exploring the Next Frontier

Author: Matthew Wilhelm Kapell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 226

View: 529

The 1960s and early 70s saw the evolution of Frontier Myths even as scholars were renouncing the interpretive value of myths themselves. Works like Joe Haldeman’s The Forever War exemplified that rejection using his experiences during the Vietnam War to illustrate the problematic consequences of simple mythic idealism. Simultaneously, Americans were playing with expanded and revised versions of familiar Frontier Myths, though in a contemporary context, through NASA’s lunar missions, Star Trek, and Gerard K. O’Neill’s High Frontier. This book examines the reasons behind the exclusion of Frontier Myths to the periphery of scholarly discourse, and endeavors to build a new model for understanding their enduring significance. This model connects NASA’s failed attempts to recycle earlier myths, wholesale, to Star Trek’s revision of those myths and rejection of the idea of a frontier paradise, to O’Neill’s desire to realize such a paradise in Earth’s orbit. This new synthesis defies the negative connotations of Frontier Myths during the 1960s and 70s and attempts to resuscitate them for relevance in the modern academic context.
Biography & Autobiography

Captain Quirk

Author: Dennis William Hauck

Publisher: Pinnacle Books

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 298

View: 889

An unauthorized biography of William Shatner details his early acting career, his stormy relationships with fellow "Star Trek" cast members, his own encounter with extraterrestrials, and his personal life
Juvenile Fiction

Star trek II biographies

Author: William Rotsler

Publisher: Pocket Books

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 159

View: 129

Biographies of Chekov, Kirk, McCoy, Scott, Spock, Sulu, and Uhura, including excerpts from official records, citations, commendations, letters, historical documents, ship's logs, novels, autobiographies, news accounts, and other sources.