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Old 04-10-2021, 05:53 PM   #7
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According to Michael Okuda on Facebook, the Vulcanesque author has passed beyond the Rim.

We have learned that acclaimed Star Trek novelist Margaret Wander Bonanno has passed away unexpectedly of natural causes, according to her family. Bonanno was widely recognized in the Star Trek community for such Vulcan-centric books as Strangers of the Sky and Catalyst of Sorrows. A longtime friend noted that Bonnano “loved nothing more than writing Vulcans.” Her non-Star Trek works included her 1980 mainstream novel, Ember Days, and Saturn’s Child, a science fiction story she co-wrote with Nichelle Nichols in 1995. Margaret Wander Bonanno, who was born in New York and was living in Los Angeles at the time of her death, was 71.
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