Star Trek One-Offs
Star Trek Fan Fiction
All Star Trek fan fiction stories are Rated K unless otherwise stated.
Star Trek: Enterprise – Dispatches from the Romulan War
A round-robin style series of stories about the Star trek canon Romulan War (2158 – 2160 or so) using journalistic styles.
First, survivors of the first attack of the war tunnel out of a prison and are reunited with their pleasantly surprised families. Rated K+.
Then, during the Romulan War, gossip reporter Rona Moran helps finance a massive wedding for soldiers going to war. Rated K+.
Star Trek: Barnstorming
A traveling sports team plays throughout the galaxy, post-Star Trek: Nemesis.
It was a time for new beginnings, for a woman who had over half of her adult life stolen and for her cousin, a new job and new challenges. And this promised a new life for a young man with few plans and no real direction. Furthermore, it was a chance for three women to change their lives, and for fifty athletes to do something new. And there was a secret project by Section 31 that threatened to break a treaty and had the potential to open up a portal to another universe while someone out there – whose intentions were unknown – was trying to get in.
Chapter 20 of the first story (The All-Stars), in raw form, as Dana MacKenzie and Kent Hoberman enjoy each other’s company. A lot. Rated M.
Star Trek: The Original Series
This is a collaborative piece. I wrote Chapter 3 (The Pieces Assemble), Chapter 7 (The Mark) and Chapter 13 (Possession).
Why, exactly, is there a mannequin’s head on a pole, in South Bristol, Maine? Written for SL Walker’s Arc of the Wolf series.
Star Trek: The Animated Series
Scotty goes on a first date with a newer crew member. Rated K+.
Eriecho – Star Trek: Alternate Original Series (JJ Abrams Universe; Star Trek 2009 and Star Trek Into Darkness)
With the destruction of Vulcan, Vulcans are sought in all sorts of remote places.
The night of their arrival on Mars brings a nightmare for Eriecho.
A couple of months after arriving at the Martian sanctuary, Saddik and Eriecho visit people who are, in a way, their family.
At the Martian sanctuary, Eriecho tends her garden.
Then at the Martian sanctuary, Jack Shaw hosts a massive Thanksgiving dinner but, more importantly, gets to spend some time with Juliet Parker.
Connections of genetics and memory bring a silver lining to a horrible tragedy.
Then Eriecho’s relationship with Sollastek is tested when an emotional Vulcan is brought to the sanctuary, a man who rattles everyone he meets.
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Who knows what goes on behind closed doors? And what can be heard? Rated T.
When temporo-spatial anomalies hit the NX-01, Porthos takes an involuntary trip to the Enterprise-D. So can Spot help get him back in time and space?
While with the Traveler, Wesley Crusher has a nightmare. And his insights into it lead him to the fulfillment of his greatest dream and wish. Rated T.
As a result of the events in Imprecision, Wesley goes to visit Lakeisha Warren.
Did ya ever hear about the time Wesley and Geordi saw Ted Williams hit a home run? This is a TNG story. The story begins in 2366; the interphased time is 1941.
Then Geordi and his friends help Data deal with a significant loss.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (Dominion War Aftermath)
The story of Gina Nolan, a pregnant widow during the Dominion War.
One of the major battles of the Dominion War was the attack on Earth, by the Breen, on October tenth, 2375. Millions of humans lost their lives.
One of those was Michael Nolan, a Xenobotanist in Beijing. He left a widow, Gina Righetti Nolan, who was expecting their first child. This piece is Deep Space Nine/Voyager. Rated K+.
Gina Nolan can finally let go.
This a Mirror Universe version of Hold Your Dominion as imagined if a network executive demanded that a Mirror Universe episode be written. Rated T.
Two decades after the Breen attack on Earth, Gabrielle Nolan is forced to act with the Breen, Desh, in a production of Jane Eyre. Can she rise above her feelings for the sake of the production? Will Desh ever fit in?
Star Trek: Voyager
This drabble used the title word as inspiration.
Kathryn Janeway and Tom Paris remember a bond that only they share.
Star Trek: Mixing it Up
These are various stories about alien hybrids and their origins.
D’Storlin talks about why he’s at the Archer Academy at Oberon.
Sixteen-year-old Klingon-human cross Rayna Montgomery is having trouble at school. Rated T.
Teenaged Klingon-human cross Rayna Montgomery is back, or at least she’s being written about, as her parents get a note from her boarding school, her progress reports and a sample menu.
A shy Gorn shows his feelings to a lovely, blushing Cardassian maiden.
A few weeks after Bron and Sophra start going out, they are separated.
Oh, what has Skrol done now?
Skrol and Tr’Dorna misbehave during a class field trip. Rated M.
Extras, One-Off Stories, and Expanded Universes
For the 2013 holidays, I wrote some crossover ficlets starring six of my characters as advisors, including canon character Major Jay Hayes, plus Lili O’Day, Levi Cavendish, Branch Borodin, Eriecho and Dratha.
Keith Paris finds himself trapped in a stuck lift with an unexpected someone.
Written for Captain Sarine and taking place in his Redemption universe, Damien gets serious about Kalara.
Spam – the final frontier!
What happens when a Queen Bee stings Hank Harrison? Will karma ever sting her back? To answer the Steal All the Toys Challenge on Ad Astra, I wrote this story for trekfan‘s great Chronicles series. Rated K+.
This story was written in response to a challenge to put together two characters who really shouldn’t go together, or would not normally be seen together. Both are canon characters; it’s based on who one of the characters reminded me of when I first saw her.
This is a quick drabble showing a possible date between Tripp and a human woman, possibly Amanda Cole if they had gone further than one kiss. It was prompted on The Delphic Expanse; the prompt word was razor.
This is a set of gift ficlets for friends, done for the holidays.
A tribute to some of my own funkier inspirations.
Long before the Xindi War, things go very wrong on the Enterprise. A particularly violent reimagining of the events in the canon episode, Bounty. Rated T.
This is a drabble; the prompt word was brazen. A possible alternate fiancee for Malcolm meets his parents for the first time, with disastrous results. Rated K+.
This crossover story contains eight drabbles of family life in my various universes.
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