NCC-1701 (Star Trek: TOS zine 1)

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Title: NCC-1701
Publisher: Federation Publications
Editor(s): Dawna Snyder
Date(s): 1971
Medium: print
Fandom: Star Trek: TOS
Language: English
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front cover, Dawna Snyder
a flyer from the zine encouraging a fan campaign to bring back the show, or "maybe we can get a feature length movie."

NCC-1701 is a very early gen Star Trek: TOS 100-page anthology by Dawna Snyder. It includes the script for a play performed in 1971 in a Baton Rouge community theater production and a little art by Dawna Snyder, Karen Flanery, Thomas, and Linda Leach.

  • The Bloodless Battle, short-short by Terry Anne Ross (1)
  • Where There's a Will, There's a Way by D. Snyder (3)
  • Tribbles by Joan Foley (45)
  • Tribble Troubles by Dawna Snyder (46)
  • Star Date 3113.7 by L.E. Wallace, Jr. (later produced as a play) (47)
  • Interludes, cartoon by Hal Smith (63)
  • The Technician's Life by Jacqueline Lichtenberg (64)
  • Mr. Spock by Joan Foley (65)
  • Books by the crew of the Enterprise (65)
  • A Fire Burns Yellow, poem by Karla Murphy (66)
  • one-liners by Carol Andrus (66)
  • Infinite Sunset, poem by Gail Barton (66)
  • The Council by Celeste Hardy (67) (a very, very early Mary Sue story, mentioned in Boldly Writing) (The author writes in the story's introduction: "When I began writing my Star Trek stories, I added a character to the crew of the Enterprise. This character is Janice Daniels, an eighteen-year old with long, brown hair -- and green eyes. This is how she came to join the Enterprise.")
  • Ads (101)
  • You are Receiving this Zine Because (102)