John Jackson Miller

Star Trek: Picard – Rogue Elements wins 2022 Scribe Award

Well, I’m floored. I just heard from fellow nominee (and 2022’s recipient of the Faust Grandmaster Award) David Mack that my Star Trek: Picard – Rogue Elements received the Scribe Award for Best Tie-In Novel – Speculative from the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers this afternoon at Comic-Con International San Diego. It’s my third in the category following Star Wars: Kenobi in 2014 and last year’s Star Trek: Discovery …

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Saddle up for STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS – THE HIGH COUNTRY!

Captain Christopher Pike on a horse — need I say more? Okay, probably — but I’m limited to what I can say now. And that’s what we just announced at Star Trek: Mission Chicago, that my newest novel is also the first novel in the Strange New Worlds line for Star Trek, supporting the Paramount+ series which begins streaming soon. The High Country is a doozy of an adventure, releasing …

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Star Trek: Discovery – Die Standing wins 2021 Scribe Award

I’m honored to share that STAR TREK: DISCOVERY – DIE STANDING has received the 2021 Scribe Award for Best Original Novel – Speculative from the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers. It’s my second one in this category — following  in 2014 — and I’m especially thankful because Die Standing came out during the pandemic, and I’ve been looking forward to the chance to introduce more people to the novel. …

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Star Trek: Picard – Rogue Elements, my latest hardcover, launches in August!

I don’t know if the solicitation copy release and cover appearing on TrekCentral today was planned or not — but I guess the cat’s out of the bag. My latest novel is a hardcover, is the longest novel I’ve ever written — and is loads of fun! Star Trek: Picard – Rogue Elements releases in August, and follows Santiago Cabrera‘s freighter captain Cristóbal Rios on an odyssey set years before …

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Lost Tribe of the Sith: Spiral returns to print in Old Republic Vol 4!

The final story for my Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith series has been harder to find in recent years, as the Spiral miniseries — read my notes about the story here — has been out of print since the end of 2014. But it’s returning in May from Marvel as part of Star Wars: Legends Epic Collection — The Old Republic Vol. 4! Here’s the solicitation copy: The …

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Star Wars Legends: The Old Republic Omnibus set for 7/7/21!

Luck wasn’t Zayne Carrick’s thing — but your lucky numbers are coming up on 7/7/21! The entire Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic comics arc will appear in a single edition, Star Wars Legends: The Old Republic Omnibus will be out that day, according to Marvel solicitations released this morning and posted by JediNews. There are two editions, one with a Brian Ching cover (from KOTOR #0) and one …

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Rae Sloane returns in From A Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back!

When Darth Vader thinks you’ve failed him, you can run — or you can be Rae Sloane! Random House/Del Rey has announced the lineup of stories for Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back – From a Certain Point of View anthology, and I can say that I’ve written my first Rae-centric story to date. She was a supporting player in A New Dawn, “Orientation,” and “Bottleneck”; here, she’s the star. …

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Let’s do it again! From A Certain Point of View Strikes Back!

I’m thrilled to report that the Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back – From a Certain Point of View anthology is a go from Del Rey —and I’m on board with a story that’s as cool as it is secret! Check out this post on StarWars.com for more information — and there’ll be a lot more out shortly. I can say for sure that my entry will be both surprising and a …

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Rule the universe with STAR TREK: DISCOVERY – DIE STANDING, July 14!

Emperor. Exile. Secret agent. And… emperor again? One of the reasons I took the assignment that became my 2019 release, Star Trek: Discovery – The Enterprise War was because of my liking for the Mirror Universe sequence of the TV show’s first season — and my admiration for the bold move in bringing Emperor Georgiou into the Prime Universe. What, if anything, I wondered, would stop her from rebuilding her …

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Winter update

A busy winter here — finished my latest Star Trek novel, and we should be able to announce more about that soon. In the meantime, a couple of appearances are slated before the spring thaw: I’ll be appearing at Richmond GalaxyCon Feb. 28-March 1 on behalf of Bard’s Tower. And my return trip again to MidSouthCon (March 20-22) is made more special because literary guest of honor will be my …

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