Long live Star Trek!18. December 2018
Saturn’s moon Enceladus29. December 2018
Björn Sülter, the author of Es lebe Star Trek! introduces his new three-part science fiction series Beyond Berlin. The first part “Ein kleiner Schritt für ein Mädchen” (A small step for a girl) was released in December 2018. The second part “Ins Ungewisse” (Into the Unknown) will follow right on time for FedCon 28. Björn Sülter reads from his book, introduces the setting and stands at his booth to sign and chat about all projects.
To the content:
The people have reached the stars, but neglected their homeland. From the ruins of West Berlin, Yula sets off for the flourishing east of the city to unite her family, but begins a journey that will influence her own destiny and that of the entire human race …
The three-part series Beyond Berlin is published by Verlag in colour and colour. At the end of 2019 the final third part will follow with the title “Aus der Asche” (From the Ashes).
FedCon 28 | Vortrag | Beyond Berlin part 1 – book cover
Lecturer: Björn SülterDuration: 60 min - The Lecture will be held in: german
was born in 1977 and found his way into the fantastic genre in the 80s with Star Trek
and Star Wars
. For more than twenty years the journalist, author & podcaster has been writing about media in general and Star Trek
His humorous Star-Trek
-Podcast "Planet Trek fm" is very popular and he is one of the faces of the expert portal "I like Star Trek
". In addition it is active as moderator on different meetings and is a gladly heard guest in hearing books, Podcasts and radio transmissions. He writes as an expert for the TV station SYFY and as a freelancer for serial junkies as well as quota meters and in print for the Geek! and the Fedcon INSIDER
. His non-fiction book Es lebe Star Trek - Ein Phänomen, Zwei Leben
was published in 2018, as was the youth book Ein Fall für die Patchwork-Kids: Leiche auf dem Freizeitdeck
and the start of his SF series Beyond Berlin
, of which the second part will follow in summer 2019.
lives with wife, daughter, horses, dogs & cat on a farm somewhere in nowhere in Northern Germany. His motto: If you can dream it, you can do it!