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(written from a Production point of view)
Background information Edit
- Novelization of DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars" by Steven Barnes. The novelization worked from the original script, and thus left in several references excised from the final episode, including a reference to James Baldwin.
- In his author's note, Steven Barnes talks about writing the novelization and the role of African-Americans in science fiction.
- An extract from this novel appeared in Star Trek Monthly issue 40.
- Shakaar Edon appears in the novelization.
- Benny Russell
- Douglas Pabst
- Willie Hawkins
- Darlene Kursky
- Albert Macklin
- Herbert Rossoff
- Julius Eaton
- Kay Eaton (K.C. Hunter)
- Kevin Mulkahey
- Burt Ryan
- Roy Ritterhouse
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