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  • James Swallow est un écrivain de romans, de scripts et journaliste anglais.
  • James Swallow ist ein Autor von Star-Trek-Romanen. Auf deutsch ist bisher nur Synthese erschienen.
  • James Swallow is an English writer. His Warhammer 40000 novels include the Horus Heresy The Flight of the Eisenstein and Nemesis; the Blood Angels Deus Encarmine and Deus Sanguinius (in an omnibus), Red Fury and Black Tide (in a second omnibus); and the Sisters of Battle Faith & Fire and Hammer & Anvil as well as the audio drama Red & Black. He's also written several novels and short stories for the Star Trek Novel Verse, including: * Terok Nor: Day of the Vipers, * Star Trek: Titan: Synthesis * Cast No Shadow * The Slow Knife in Star Trek: Seven Deadly Sins.
  • James Swallow är en brittisk författare som har skrivit tie-in romaner, noveller och ljudböcker för Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis och Stargate Universe.
  • James Swallow is the only British writer to have worked on a Star Trek television series, having contributed the original story concepts for the Star Trek: Voyager episodes "One" and "Memorial." Swallow received no onscreen credit for his work on the Voyager episodes, but he did have the Swallow Nebula (the setting of "One") named in his honour by Geoffrey Mandel in Star Charts. As a writer, he has also contributed to a number of Star Trek publications including Star Trek Magazine, the Star Trek Fact Files and The Official Star Trek: Voyager Magazine. He lives in London, England.
  • James Swallow is a British author, journalist, and scriptwriter who wrote 24: Deadline. A multiple New York Times-bestseller, Swallow has written numerous licensed novels and original works, including books in the Star Trek, Stargate, and Warhammer 40,000 series, among others. He also scripted installments of the Doctor Who audio drama, and contributed the story, uncredited, for two episodes of Star Trek: Voyager, making him the only British writer to work on the Star Trek franchise.
  • Swallow is the only British writer to have worked on a Star Trek television series, having written the original story premises for "One" and "Memorial" , two episodes of the series Star Trek: Voyager; he also wrote the script for the videogame Star Trek: Invasion. His writing includes "Closure", a story for the Voyager 10th anniversary anthology Distant Shores and "Ordinary Days", a story for the Star Trek: The Next Generation 20th anniversary anthology The Sky's the Limit. Swallow's story, "Seeds of Dissent", features in Infinity's Prism, book one of the Star Trek: Myriad Universes series.
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  • James Swallow est un écrivain de romans, de scripts et journaliste anglais.
  • James Swallow ist ein Autor von Star-Trek-Romanen. Auf deutsch ist bisher nur Synthese erschienen.
  • James Swallow is a British author, journalist, and scriptwriter who wrote 24: Deadline. A multiple New York Times-bestseller, Swallow has written numerous licensed novels and original works, including books in the Star Trek, Stargate, and Warhammer 40,000 series, among others. He also scripted installments of the Doctor Who audio drama, and contributed the story, uncredited, for two episodes of Star Trek: Voyager, making him the only British writer to work on the Star Trek franchise. In video games, Swallow collaborated with Mary DeMarle and Jean-François Dugas to write the acclaimed Deus Ex: Human Revolution (2011), receiving a BAFTA Award nomination and a 2012 Canadian Videogames Award for Best Writing. He also wrote the 2013 follow-up Deus Ex: The Fall and the 2016 sequel Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.
  • James Swallow is an English writer. His Warhammer 40000 novels include the Horus Heresy The Flight of the Eisenstein and Nemesis; the Blood Angels Deus Encarmine and Deus Sanguinius (in an omnibus), Red Fury and Black Tide (in a second omnibus); and the Sisters of Battle Faith & Fire and Hammer & Anvil as well as the audio drama Red & Black. He's also written several novels and short stories for the Star Trek Novel Verse, including: * Terok Nor: Day of the Vipers, * Star Trek: Titan: Synthesis * Cast No Shadow * The Slow Knife in Star Trek: Seven Deadly Sins.
  • James Swallow är en brittisk författare som har skrivit tie-in romaner, noveller och ljudböcker för Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis och Stargate Universe.
  • James Swallow is the only British writer to have worked on a Star Trek television series, having contributed the original story concepts for the Star Trek: Voyager episodes "One" and "Memorial." Swallow received no onscreen credit for his work on the Voyager episodes, but he did have the Swallow Nebula (the setting of "One") named in his honour by Geoffrey Mandel in Star Charts. As a writer, he has also contributed to a number of Star Trek publications including Star Trek Magazine, the Star Trek Fact Files and The Official Star Trek: Voyager Magazine. He lives in London, England.
  • Swallow is the only British writer to have worked on a Star Trek television series, having written the original story premises for "One" and "Memorial" , two episodes of the series Star Trek: Voyager; he also wrote the script for the videogame Star Trek: Invasion. His writing includes "Closure", a story for the Voyager 10th anniversary anthology Distant Shores and "Ordinary Days", a story for the Star Trek: The Next Generation 20th anniversary anthology The Sky's the Limit. Swallow's story, "Seeds of Dissent", features in Infinity's Prism, book one of the Star Trek: Myriad Universes series. Swallow also wrote Day of the Vipers, the first novel of the Star Trek: Terok Nor mini-series, which was released in March 2008 , and for which he was awarded a Scribe Award from the International Association of Tie-In Writers for Best Novel – Original (Speculative Fiction). His 2009 contributions include the short story "The Black Flag" in the Mirror Universe anthology Shards and Shadows, and the sixth Star Trek: Titan novel, Synthesis. Swallow's short story "The Slow Knife", focusing on the Cardassians, appears in the 2010 anthology, Seven Deadly Sins. 2011 saw Swallow contribute his first Original Series novel, Cast No Shadow. In 2013, he wrote the eBook novella The Stuff of Dreams and his novel The Poisoned Chalice, the fourth in The Fall mini-series, became a New York Times bestseller. As a journalist, his work has appeared in several different official Star Trek publications in several languages (including Star Trek Monthly, Star Trek Fact Files, The Official Star Trek: Voyager Magazine, Star Trek: The Collector's Edition, Comlink (magazine) and Star Trek: The Magazine). His first (credited) work in Star Trek Monthly was in Star Trek Monthly issue 22 of that publication. In Star Trek Monthly issue 46, Swallow listed the following as the best episodes from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's first six seasons: * "Emissary" * "Necessary Evil" * "The Adversary" * "The Visitor" * "Trials and Tribble-ations" * "Tears of the Prophets" Along with his work on the Final Frontier, he is the author of several original books and tie-in novels, as well as scripts for videogames and audio dramas. Outside of Star Trek, he has written several Doctor Who stories: the Big Finish audio dramas Singularity, Old Soldiers, Kingdom of Silver and the Cyberman 2 miniseries, the novel Peacemaker and stories in the anthologies Short Trips: Dalek Empire, Short Trips: Destination Prague, Short Trips: Snapshots, Short Trips: The Quality of Leadership and Short Trips: ReCollections. He has also worked on fiction in the worlds of Stargate, Blake's 7, 2000 AD (comics) and Warhammer 40,000.
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