Comic book scripts:
"Frontiers," Open Space #1, Marvel Comics, Mid-December 1989 (full script, 20 pages) Art by Steve Yeowell.
"Bottom Line," Open Space #2, Marvel Comics, April 1990 (full script, 12 pages) Penciled by Tom Grummett, inked by Art Viscardi.
"Deadline," Open Space #5, Marvel Comics, cancelled (full script, 12 pages); however, it did eventually appear in Open Space #0, a bonus enclosed with a special Alex Ross issue of Wizard, the Guide to Comics. Painted by Alex Ross.
"Windwagon Smith and the Martians," Orbit #2, Eclipse Comics, August 1990 (original story only). Script by Fred Burke, pencils by Darick Robertson, inks by Mark Pacella.
"A Breath of Fresh Air," Dark Horse Presents #86, Dark Horse Comics, June 1994 (full script, 12 pages) Art by Andrew Robinson.
Leonard Nimoy's Primortals #1, Tekno*Comix, Nov. 1994 (revised Kate Worley's script for 22 pages, changing the ending to editorial request; credited as "additional story concepts.") Pencils by Scott Eaton, inks by Mike Barreiro.
Leonard Nimoy's Primortals #2, Tekno*Comix, Dec. 1994 (full script, 22 pages) Pencils by Scott Eaton, inks by Mike Barreiro.
"O Brave New World," Gene Roddenberry's Lost Universe #1, Tekno*Comix, Dec. 1994 (full script, 22 pages) Pencils by James Callahan, inks by Aaron McClellan.
Note: I am credited as having scripted Gene Roddenberry's Lost Universe #2. This is inaccurate; while I wrote a script for #2, none of my work remains in the published version.
"False Colors," Star Trek Voyager, Wildstorm, January 2000 (full script, 42 pages, as Nathan Archer) Pencils by Jeffrey and Philip Moy, inks by W.C. Carani. Reprinted in the omnibus Star Trek Voyager: Encounters with the Unknown.
Letter, Open Space #4, Marvel Comics, August 1990 (solicited)
Cameo appearance, Vampirella Book 4, Harris Comics, 1992 (page 34, panel 3): "Morning in America," script by Kurt Busiek, pencils by Louis La Chance, inks by John Nyberg.
Short story, "Tomorrow Never Knows," Bonesaw #1, Tundra Publishing, 1992. Story illustrated by John Borkowski.
Introduction, "Prince of What?," Rhudiprrt, Prince of Fur Collection, Mu Press, January 1996. Script by Dwight Decker, art by Teri S. Wood.
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