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[personal profile] tablesaw2010-03-25 09:30 pm
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Uhura Writes Gen OTT

More love for New Voyages 2.
They stepped out of the lift. "You make a terrific mother, Uhura," Kirk said.

She turned with a lift of eyebrow that was almost Vulcan. "Indeed? Thank you, Captain. But then, I always am. The ship is just full of little boys."

Kirk did a small double-take as she vanished through the door of her quarters, a "Good night, gentlemen" floating sweetly after her. Spock was not quite sure whether he heard correctly, "Sleep tight." It did not seem quite logical, nor, if the Captain's expression was any indication, quite safe.

"When is her birthday?" Kirk muttered. "I think the traditional spanking might be in order."

Spock raised an eyebrow. "Fascinating custom, Captain. Do you really want to inaugurate it among the command crew of the Enterprise.

Kirk shot him a look of mischief, with just a touch of speculation on whether the Vulcan implied that someone might try to inaugurate it on the Captain of the Enterprise.

"No," Kirk said firmly, in answer, or in rejection of the speculation. "But—" he looked back at Uhura's door, "there's no law against being sorely tempted."

"Indeed," Spock said blandly, and collected a double-take himself.
That's an excerpt from "Surprise!" a short story in the officially licensed Star Trek: The New Voyages 2. It was written by Nichelle Nichols, Sondra Marshak, and Myrna Culbreath.

By Nichelle Nichols.

This story goes on to have a confrontation between Uhura, Kirk, and Spock in the corridor that connects Kirk and Spock's adjoining bathrooms. Also, Kirk is naked.

By Nichelle Nichols.

I love this story. The book suggests that Nichelle Nichols was also in the process of coauthoring a licensed novel titled Uhura, but I guess that never happened. Which is a shame

(Crossposted to [personal profile] tablesaw.)
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The Procrustean Petard by Marshak and Culbreath

It was a story in The New Voyages 2, very well-written like all their stuff, and is quite possibly the first genderbent story in the world.  And there's currently a review of it (including page scans) over on [livejournal.com profile] startrek_tos.
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[personal profile] slwatson2009-06-22 03:59 pm
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ST:TOS fics

Hey all. First (or third time): I love this comm; the idea behind it and the discussions already posted. Second, it wouldn't be particularly fair of me to repost my stuff yet again, given that it's all older and already out there in various places. So, here's just a reference post for my Original Series general fiction. They're all on LiveJournal; sorry about that. Put behind a cut for your convenience!

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[personal profile] cleo2009-05-26 05:56 am

Star Trek TOS: The Rising and Setting (R)

Title: The Rising and Setting
Author: [personal profile] cleo ([livejournal.com profile] cleo2584)
Fandom: Star Trek TOS
Pairing(s): McCoy/Spock, hints of McCoy/Kirk
Rating: R
Warning: None.
Word Count: 1067
Summary: Bones took an oath to do no harm, and he cannot rationalize that with his role in what happened to Edith Keeler.
Disclaimer: I don’t own them.
Author's Note(s): Set post the final scene in Ep. 28 “The City on the Edge of Forever”; this piece begins when the away team beams back to the Enterprise.

The Rising and Setting