David Gerrold talks Star Trek, the Hugo Awards, and more.
Rob calls him “legendary” … and he doesn’t like it. But let’s be honest; David Gerrold is legendary! Without him, Star Trek wouldn’t be the same. So it’s only fitting that the man who penned “The Trouble with Tribbles” all those years ago is part of Axanar today. If there’s great Star Trek being produced, you can bet David is nearby.
In this episode of the official Axanar podcast, hosts Robert Meyer Burnett and Alec Peters are joined by David to discuss a wide range of subjects including the controversy surrounding this year’s Hugo Awards, the state of America, the ins and outs of the publishing industry in 2015, and whether or not Star Trek has a future.
In our news segment, Alec and Rob talk Parsec Awards and film festival nominations, the hip-hop story behind Prelude to Axanar’s sound mix, deliver updates on the soundtrack and Blu-ray, and fill fans in on the departure of director Christian Gossett.
Running Time: 1 hour 21 minutes 23 seconds
Robert Meyer Burnett and Alec Peters
Editor and Producer
Norman C. Lao
Parsec Awards and Film Festival Nominations (00:00:33)
Christian Gossett Departs + Production Updates (00:02:06)
Explaining Prelude to Axanar’s Sound Mix (00:09:00)
Convention, Soundtrack, and Blu-ray Updates (00:12:26)
Feature: Interview with David Gerrold
The Hugo Controversy (00:16:37)
The State of the Country (00:23:09)
Are We Afraid of Excellence? (00:28:23)
The Inspiration of Star Trek (00:33:05)
Does Star Trek Have a Future? (00:39:33)
The Idea of Excellence (00:39:33)
Reading the Axanar Script for the First Time (01:10:14)
Is Star Trek Antiquated? (01:13:49)
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