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    Zachary Auburn(Author)

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ONE KID'S CONTINUING MISSION: CATALOG ALL ALIEN LIFE FROM STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION. These are the voyages of Joshua Chapman. In 1990 at 11 years old, he wrote a field guide to the alien races of Star Trek: The Next Generation for school. He continued the project through his awkward teen years and into reluctant adulthood. Boldly go from season to season and learn about Acamarians to Zibalians. Explore strange new feelings, like Joshua's obsession with Data, and Joshua's angst toward his mother, who's more terrifying than a Yridian's face. Engage... with humanity at its weirdest. "One of my favorite artistic discoveries of the last few years, in any medium. It's funny, touching, wholly convincing, and even profound--the kind of book you'll want to give to every misfit adolescent you now know or once did, which is to say everyone who was ever worth knowing." -Kevin Brockmeier, O. Henry Prize winning author of Things That Fall from the Sky

-I haven't read this book. But, if I did, there's a good chance I'd like it.- -Brent Spiner, -Data- on Star Trek: The Next Generation-What really takes his writing above and beyond are snippets about Joshua's personal life--girls, his angry and neglectful mom, bullies--that help you understand why he relates so deeply to the show and its aliens.- -Rookie Mag"This is the book for every nerd. If you were ever an middle-schooler who longed for intergalactic space travel to hurry up and get here already - while you meanwhile had to content yourself with obsessing over science fiction - you'll see a little too much of yourself in here." -Sarah Mirk, Bitch Magazine "My ears started itching and I knew SOMETHING was up. Sure enough, my hearing flaps alerted me to find myself in this book!" -Michelan Sisti, "Tol the Ferengi" on Star Trek: The Next Generation"Star Trek: The Next Generation is one of my favorite television series. A Field Guide to the Aliens of Star Trek: The Next Generation is my new favorite book about that show. It's an entertaining recount of some of the funnest things about Star Trek: TNG, as well as a relatable and tragic seven year journey for the young author." -Farel Dalrymple, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Wrenchies"My ears started itching and I knew SOMETHING was up. Sure enough, my hearing flaps alerted me to find myself in this book!" -Michelan Sisti, "Tol the Ferengi" on Star Trek: The Next Generation #"This is the book for every nerd. If you were ever an middle-schooler who longed for intergalactic space travel to hurry up and get here already - while you meanwhile had to content yourself with obsessing over science fiction - you'll see a little too much of yourself in here." -Sarah Mirk, Bitch Magazine"I haven't read this book. But, if I did, there's a good chance I'd like it." -Brent Spiner, "Data" on Star Trek: The Next Generation "Star Trek: The Next Generation is one of my favorite television series. A Field Guide to the Aliens of Star Trek: The Next Generation is my new favorite book about that show. It's an entertaining recount of some of the funnest things about Star Trek: TNG, as well as a relatable and tragic seven year journey for the young author." -Farel Dalrymple, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Wrenchies"What really takes his writing above and beyond are snippets about Joshua's personal life - girls, his angry and neglectful mom, bullies - that help you understand why he relates so deeply to the show and its aliens." -Stephanie Kuehnert, Rookie Mag "My ears started itching and I knew SOMETHING was up. Sure enough, my hearing flaps alerted me to find myself in this book!" -Michelan Sisti, "Tol the Ferengi" on Star Trek: The Next Generation"This book teaches you all about the fantastic and fascinating aliens in Star Trek: The Next Generation and isn't sad or tragic at all!! If you want to learn about Star Trek aliens and not ever feel sad even once, I totally recommend the first few sentences of each chapter." -Ryan North, New York Times Bestselling Author of Romeo and/or Juliet "This is the book for every nerd. If you were ever an middle-schooler who longed for intergalactic space travel to hurry up and get here already--while you meanwhile had to content yourself with obsessing over science fiction--you'll see a little too much of yourself in here." -Sarah Mirk, Online Editor of Bitch Magazine

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  • PDF | 205 pages
  • Zachary Auburn(Author)
  • Devastator Press (5 Sept. 2017)
  • English
  • 8
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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