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Judith Gran is a long-time Star Trek: TOS fan and writer. She entered fandom in 1978, when she first started reading zines and went to her first fan-run convention, August Party. She has written many essays and articles. Her first K/S fiction appears in Matter/Antimatter in 1983, a story called "The Body's Treason."
- The Best of Trek Fanfic Interview with Judith aka OdoGoddess (2000)
- A 1999 Interview with Judith Gran
- "The Footnote: An Explication de Texte" is an essay originally printed in R & R #12 in 1980, and posted to alt.startrek.creative in 1997. The essay analyzes the ambiguous language in a particularly infamous footnote in Gene Roddenberry's novelization of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, in which Kirk comments on the "rumors" that he and Spock are lovers. (1997)
- Censored, an essay about net fandom, print fandom and fear (1999)
- Fan Fiction and Copyright, an essay about fair use, copyright, and fan works (1999)
- In Whose Back Yard?, an essay about fair use, copyright, and fan works (1999)
- On "Mary Sue" and "Lay" Stories, an essay on the history and meaning of Mary Sue (2000)
- In 1999, she won a STIFfie for Best Short Story: K/S: "The Captain's Log" (Amazing Grace, Special Edition)
- She was the editor of Organia
- She has numerous essays in zines -- Pastaklan Vesla, Dreadnought Explorations, Storms, and Archives are a few.