Heading into the final week of Furry Book Month, we have a special treat for you: a Tri-Galactic Trek story.
“Danger in the Lumo-Bay” and, in fact, the entire Tri-Galactic Trek universe was inspired by a slush reader for an unnamed furry noir anthology commenting that he hoped someone would submit a Picard-in-the-Holodeck story. Once the image of Captain Picard — re-imagined as a Sphyx cat — was in my head, there was no getting him out. I had to write that story.
Later that year, the unnamed noir anthology was published by FurPlanet as Inhuman Acts with “Danger in the Lumo-Bay” in it. But the crew of the TGN Initiative, captained by Pierre Jacques, wasn’t done there. This summer, FurPlanet published Gods with Fur, containing a second Tri-Galactic Trek tale: “Questor’s Gambit.” And a third story, “The Best and Worst of Worlds,” is slated to come out in Dogs of War, again from FurPlanet, early next year. A fourth story has been accepted by Scratch Post Press.
So lean back, relax, and read about a cat, boldly going where no cat has gone before. Also, a lot of dogs. They like to boldly go places too. Especially places in SPACE.