ReadingTrek #2: Autism in the 24th Century - Featuring "Grounded" by David Bischoff

Originally released on February 10, 2018

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On Episode 2 of ReadingTrek, we take a dive into "Star Trek: The Next Generation: Grounded", by David Bischoff. We discuss autistic character choices, why Brent Spiner finally connected to his role as Data, and why this story wouldn't have worked on the screen.

Next week we'll have Part One of new Star Trek Discovery novel, "Drastic Measures", by Dayton Ward.

"Grounded" On Amazon

"Drastic Measures" on Amazon



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William Conlin
Host of ReadingTrek

William Conlin was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California. He is a documentary filmmaker with a deep passion for telling stories about the behind the scenes aspects of Hollywood. He also directs reality television for Southern California ABC-TV affiliates.


Marty Allee
Host of ReadingTrek

Marty is a bartender and student, focusing on English and Creative Writing. He has a passion for space and science fiction, particularly Star Trek, and one day hopes to publish a tie-in novel of his own.