Memory Alpha

Norman Spinrad

Revision as of 18:44, March 5, 2012 by Ltarex (Talk | contribs)

40,422pages on
this wiki
Real World article
(written from a Production point of view)

Norman Richard Spinrad (born 15 September 1940; age 75) is a science fiction writer who has occasionally contributed episodes to television, most notably "The Doomsday Machine" for Star Trek, an episode that garnered him a Hugo Award nomination.

Another script he wrote, entitled "He Walked Among Us" was not filmed, due to his own request, after producer Gene Coon rewrote it to a comedy. [1] Recently Spinrad reconfigured the story with original characters and settings, and posted it as an on-line novel.

For the aborted Star Trek: Phase II, Spinrad wrote a script entitled "To Attain The All."

Currently, Spinrad is set to direct "He Walked Among Us" as an episode of the fan-film series, Star Trek: Phase II (formerly Star Trek: New Voyages). [2]

External links

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki