(written from a Production point of view)
Star Trek: The Official Fan Club of the UK Magazine was the publication of Star Trek: The Official Fan Club of the UK, and began publication upon the formation of the club, in summer 1993. Published quarterly, the magazine was the only significant content in the membership pack.
With issue 5, the magazine adopted a "Stardate" issue numbering. As explained by editor Tim Gaskill in issue 9.03.01: "the first number is the overall issue number [...]. The second number represents the [...] year of publishing [...] and the last digit represents the quarter.".
Following the takeover of the club by the Titan Entertainment Group, three more issues of the Fan Club Magazine were produced. These were minimal on content, being only 20 pages in length, and served as a stop-gap before Titan could launch their own Fan Club magazines - Star Trek Explorer, Federation News and Fair Trade - as part of the relaunched membership pack.
|Volume 1, Number 1||Summer 1993||Interviews with Siddig El Fadil, Michael Westmore. Feature on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.|
|Volume 1, Number 2||Autumn 1993||Interviews with Patrick Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg, Colm Meaney.|
|Volume 1, Number 3||Spring 1994||New look logo and design.|
|Volume 1, Number 4||1994||Klingon Special.|
|5.02.01||New issue numbering.|
|6.02.02||Interviews with George Takei, William Campbell, Carolyn Seymour. Feature on Star Trek: Voyager, split personalities.|
|7.02.03||Star Trek: Voyager Special.|
|8.02.04||4th quarter 1995||Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Special.|
|9.03.01||1st quarter 1996||Q Special.|
|10.03.02||2nd quarter 1996||Interview with Garrett Wang. Profiles of Marc Alaimo, Dwight Schultz, and Gene Roddenberry. Features on The Science of Star Trek, Star Trek computer games, Bjo Trimble remembers Gene Roddenberry.|
|An unknown number of additional issues.|
|July 1997||July 1997||Interviews with D.C. Fontana, Leonard Nimoy, Walter Koenig. Feature on Star Trek: The Animated Series.|
|August 1997||August 1997||Features on The Next Generation, the music of Star Trek, the Gerry Anderson connection.|
|September 1997||September 1997||Interview with J.G. Hertzler. Features on Deep Space Nine and Voyager.|