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Paul is originally from Philadelphia. He now lives with his family in Appalachia. He has been a caver, photographer, Scadian, brewmaster, musician and music critic. His writing has been published in many anthologies and journals.
“The Organic Act of 2916” will amuse Star Trek fans, even though the story is not fan fiction and does not mention the TV series. The “alien” commander is named “Jim,” and the story gives an unusual twist to the conundrum of the “Prime Directive,” namely the rule that Star Fleet must not inferfere in the cultures of any races they discover. As all Trekkies know, the Prime Directive is observed most often in the breach because, as Mr. Spock would say — and one of the characters does say — it is “illogical.”
Paul Lubaczewski’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Paul. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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