We couldn’t feel more honoured if we we won a bloodwine drinking competition against a Dahar master, but here we are in The Official Star Trek Magazine.
Along side our mates from Trek Mate, this edition provides an indepth account of Destination Star Trek London and part of that included speaking to the ‘official bloggers’ – that’s us!
The article also provides a good look at the ‘behind the scenes’ of the event. This makes facinating reading whether or not you attended.
It was a special privilege to speak to Star Trek Magazine’s editor Christopher Cooper, as we have been reading the magazine since its inception.
Continue reading Star Trek Magazine – DSTL report
If you happened to be watching Inside Out on BBC One on Monday you might have spotted us. If you were at DSTL, you might even spot yourself!
The BBC were filming an episode of Inside Out, investigating whether Britain has fallen out of love with the car. If we had our own Starships, we’re sure we would have ditched the cars long ago!
Continue reading Inside Out – The future of transport
Q once said ‘All good things must come to an end’. Sat here at Trekkie Girls HQ (a 1990’s identi-kit house with mock tudor cladding) we feel far removed from our trekkie bubble and Star Trek themed sets/props that we have been living in this weekend (ok MDF, glass buttons and glue).
Continue reading DSTL: All Good Things
It doesn’t matter how many times we see Patrick Stewart, he always delivers something fresh, new and interesting. This is true of the questions fans ask him, most were orientated towards his overall career and interests rather than focusing on just his time in Star Trek.
Continue reading Bonjour Mon Capitaine
Last Night the Cast of DS9 and Enterprise very kindly threw TNG an anniversary party. Avery Brooks sang and played the piano. There were a lot more people attending than on Friday nights Klingon Monster Ball and much more of a celebratory feel. Audiences sat mesmerised at his music. We’re not entirely sure what genre it falls under but we like it.
Continue reading World Records and TNG Party