(written from a Production point of view)
|Front cover, paperback|
|Author(s):||Eric A. Stillwell|
|Illustrator(s):||Amanda Rohde (front cover, paperback)|
Javier Fernandez (front cover, spiral-bound; back cover, paperback)
|Publisher:||Lincoln Enterprises (spiral-bound)|
Lulu Enterprises (paperback)
|Published:||May 2002 (spiral-bound)|
October 2007 (paperback)
|Pages:|| 165 (spiral-bound)|
|Reference(s):||ISBN 1435702565 (paperback)|
The Making of Yesterday's Enterprise is a reference work by writer Eric A. Stillwell, a personal account covering the creation and production of "Yesterday's Enterprise", the third season Star Trek: The Next Generation episode.
Originally made available for sale through Lincoln Enterprises (and directly from Stillwell) in a spiral-bound format, it was republished by the author in October 2007 via Lulu Enterprises in trade paperback with new chapters.
- From the publisher's website
- "The Making of Yesterday's Enterprise" is from story co-writer and long-time "Star Trek: The Next Generation" script coordinator Eric A. Stillwell, and this book deftly chronicles the behind-the-scenes creation of the acclaimed episode "Yesterday's Enterprise" (ranked as the #1 series episode by Entertainment Weekly) from its inception to the final product and beyond.
- Honest and insightful, this book provides a definitive behind-the-scenes look for anybody who has ever entertained the idea of writing for television; or simply for the curious fan who has ever wondered what it's really like to work on the most popular franchise in television history.
- This book is a step-by-step journey through the process of developing and writing a story for television, from initial concept to final teleplay.
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