In its salute to STAR TREK to mark the 50th Anniversary, USAToday writer Mike Snider included the work of STAR TREK CONTINUES in a story about the passionate fans who keep the series alive.
“With another episode already in the can, set to be released this fall, STAR TREK CONTINUES is the standard-bearer for fan-produced fiction,” Snider wrote in the Special Edition of USAToday that is now on newsstands.
“STAR TREK CONTINUES carries on a long tradition of fan fiction that has evolved as digital video and streaming media provided Trekkies with better tools to create and share their own Trek stories,” said the publication.
“STAR TREK CONTINUES has its own connections to the Trek-lore. Chris Doohan, the son of James Doohan, took on this father’s role of Montgomery “Scotty” Scott, the Enterprise’s chief engineer, and Marina Sirtis, who played Counselor Troi in Star Trek: The Next Generation, provides the voice of the ship’s computer.”