Hugo Calvin is the author of HugoCalvin.com, and a hobbyist writer.  He holds a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with a specialty on DNA chemistry.  Calvin’s writing interests are in bringing cutting-edge science to a mainstream audience in a way that is both educational and entertaining.  He currently resides in New York City.

HugoCalvin.com is a website that will be completely dedicated to Star Trek over the next while, after which will move to more general areas of science and science-fiction. 


Star Trek:  Reemergence is a fan novel based on a personal interpretation of the franchise.  More specifically, I try to address where I think the post-TNG/DS9/VOY universe should go in the 25th century and beyond.  I invite Star Trek and other science-fiction fans to at least give Reemergence a chance, and if you don’t like it, I will humbly eat my own words.  If you do end up liking it, then pass the word, and enjoy the ride.


About:  “Thirty-years have passed since the end of the Dominion War. As each major power in the Alpha Quadrant bide their time to recover from the devastation that the war has left them in, the Federation soon becomes ready to commission a new experimental ship and crew to take on the challenges of the 25th century. Commanding the new Aegis-class starship, the Dragonfly, is Captain Darren Seth, a young, ambitious human male and graduate of Red Squad. Armed with a unique crew and dizzying new technologies, the captain and his crew are called on their first mission to Draloos IV, a planet in the outskirts of Federation space with a human populous. The populous has reported a sudden halt in its biomatter harvest from its neighboring planet, Draloos V. The crew discovers a troubling new non-humanoid species of high intelligence and cunning on Draloos V, and discovers that the human populous has been robbing the planet of its resources and inadvertently harming the aliens in the process. The crew must make a dreadful choice to try and combat the angered species, or force the starvation on an already desperate human population.”