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Publication: Star Trek Monthly
Issue: 68
Publisher: Titan Magazines
Editor(s): Nick Jones
Release date: 7 July 2000
Cover date: August 2000
Pages: 68

Issue 68 of Star Trek Monthly was the August 2000 issue.


First Contact
Nick Jones on the power of Star Trek.
The Best of All Worlds
Interview - Nana Visitor - "A Woman of Substance"
by David Bassom.
Major Impact
Stoddard Hayes looks at the life of Kira Nerys.
Interview - Garrett Wang - "Harry's Game"
by David Bassom.
In Their Own Words
Michael A. Martin talks to Andrew Robinson, J.G. Hertzler and Armin Shimerman about their contributions to the Star Trek novels.
Two mini-posters of Nana Visitor; one as Kira Nerys, the other as her mirror counterpart.
A Fistful of Data
How did the Bajoran lightship survive going to warp without inertial dampers?, timeline inconsistencies with regards to Flotter, Worf's role in TNG Season 1.
Interview - Malcolm McDowell - "Kirk Killer"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview - Marc Alaimo - "Bad to the Bone"
by Darryl Curtis, with additional text by Nick Jones
Book extract
Strange New Worlds III - "If I Lose Thee...".
From the Replicator
Paramount Home Entertainment's "Latinum Perspective" promotion, 2001 Stardate calendar, Ultarama action figure display, Star Trek: The Next Generation Profiles, Star Trek: The Experience teddy bears.
Read Out: release schedule only.
On Screen: The Next Generation rerelease volume 3.6, Voyager volume 6.6
Games: James Brumbaugh reviews Star Trek: Armada; interview with Tim Russ on Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force.
Hollow Pursuits
Top 10: Seven of Nine putdowns.
Great Moments in Star Trek: "Amok Time" fight.
A Piece of the Action
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