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James Edwin Gunn (born 12 July 1923; age 91) is a Star Trek author. He wrote one Star Trek novel, based on the screenplay "The Joy Machine" by Meyer Dolinsky, which is itself based on a story outline by Theodore Sturgeon. Besides this work, Gunn is a Nebula-award winning, prolific author of science fiction novels and short stories. Sometimes he writes under the name Edwin James.

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Star Trek novels
Some Non-Star Trek novels
  • Gift from the Stars
  • Station in Space
  • The Dreamers
  • The Immortals
  • The Listeners

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