James Van Hise


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James Van Hise (born 1949) is an author who writes about film, television, and comic history. In the 1970s he created and edited the Star Trek fan magazine Enterprise Incidents; during the 1980s and 1990s, he wrote numerous reference guides to the show.

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The Secrets of Frank Herber...

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Stephen King and Clive Bark...

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The Fantastic Worlds of Rob...

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Stephen King and Clive Bark...

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The Unauthorized History Of...

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The Unauthorized Trekkers' ...

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Hercules & Xena: The Unoffi...

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Calvin & Hobbes, Garfield, ...

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The Art of Al Williamson

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“Uhura, whose name is based on the Swahili word "uhuru" which means freedom, was proof changes in Earth society would be achieved in Gene's hopeful vision of the future.”
James Van Hise, RODDENBERRY: The Man Who Created Star Trek

“I always remember Ted Sturgeon's statement when he joined us here to write for Star Trek. Some friend of his said, 'Ted, how can you possibly write for television? Don't you know that ninety percent of television is crap?' Ted looked back at him and said, 'Ninety percent of everything is crap.”
James Van Hise, RODDENBERRY: The Man Who Created Star Trek



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