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Issue 66 of Star Trek Monthly was the June 2000 issue.

ContentsEdit

First Contact
Nick Jones on being recognised as a Trekkie.
The Best of All Worlds
Interview – Ethan Phillips – "Little Chef"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview – LeVar Burton – "The Next Phase"
by Ian Spelling.
Character Building
Stoddard Hayes looks at the character of Geordi La Forge.
Nine Lives
Stoddard Hayes takes a look at the Trill.
The Lives of Dax – a look at the personalities and lives of the Dax hosts.
Poster
Promotional image of Ethan Phillips, Kate Mulgrew, and Robert Duncan McNeill.
A Fistful of Data
"Relativity" issues, Bajoran earring and Starfleet uniform regulations.
Interview – André Bormanis – "The Appliance of Science"
by Lou Anders.
Star Trek Tech – Bormanis on the scientific concepts behind his episodes, "Demon" and "Riddles".
Game Boy
James Brumbaugh visits Activision for a preview of their upcoming games, including Star Trek: Armada, Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force, and Star Trek: ConQuest Online.
Book extract
Pocket TNG: The Valiant.
From the Replicator
UK Update: Distribution Network T-shirts, mobile phone accessories, Wesco.
Australasia Update: Star Trek: The Next Generation Chess Set.
US Update: New Force Comics exclusives, chequebook covers, Star Trek Mix 'N' Match Adventure Playset.
Read Out: The Lives of Dax, The Badlands books 1 & 2, The Klingon Hamlet, reprints of Strange New Worlds & Strange New Worlds II.
On Screen: The Next Generation rerelease volume 3.4, Voyager volume 6.4; interview with Phil Morris.
Communicator
Includes Four of the Best result from issue 62 – Dukat: 61%, Q: 21%, Seska: 8%, Khan Noonien Singh: 3%.
Next Issue
Issue 65 Star Trek Monthly
Issue 66 – June 2000
Issue 67

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