Friday, November 02, 2007

Finally, something worth noting over at

A few years back Lincoln Enterprises/Star Trek Enterprises/ started selling, along with the usual scripts, Eric Stillwell's behind the scenes look at the making of "Yesterday's Enterprise." And now you can get it, in proper book form for a very reasonable price, from

Eric's started a blog to promote the book. You can also go straight to lulu to get your copy. For the paperback, you pay $19.95. For your money you get a hundred pages or so of behind-the-scenes info, including photographs, and you get eighty or so pages of the final teleplay of the episode. It's reformatted for this edition, and there's at least a few pages of new material, in the form of a tribute to the late Michael Piller.

I've already ordered mine, of course.

(edited to correct the price -- see Eric Stillwell's comment below)


At 4:16 PM, Blogger Eric A. Stillwell said...

Steve --

Thanks for posting a note about the re-release of my book "The Making of Yesterday's Enterprise" and for posting a comment on my blog as well.

I appreciate your support.

I ran into a little snag with when their site started offering free downloads of the book, which it wasn't supposed to be doing. So I had to incur some additional production expenses in order to rectify the situation. As a result, the price of the book was bumped up to the convention price of $19.95 -- which I think is the same amount Lincoln Enterprises used to charge.

Anyway, glad you were able to get a copy ordered at the special introductory offer!

~ Eric

At 4:24 PM, Blogger Steve said...

I noticed the free downloads, but didn't mention them because I wanted to encourage people to *buy* the book. Obviously the right choice.


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