Welcome to Star Trek Minutiae!
It’s all in the details! This site tries to venture where few have gone before. Starting with obscure references and little-known facts, we explore and expand the wondrous multiverse of
Star Trek. From the complete history of the Earth-Romulan War to The Voyager Coronary, the funniest parody in existence, we put the “minute” in minutiae!
minutiae (pronounced mĭ-no͞oˈshē-ə) — the small, precise, or trivial details of something.
Resources and References
It’s fun to delve into the background details of
Star Trek, but sometimes it’s hard to find the information you want. Check out an interactive warp speed calculator, an assortment of fonts from each series, an extensive gallery of logos and symbols, an archive of television scripts, and more.
Articles and Essays
An archive of long-form articles which expand upon the already-rich detail of the
Star Trek universe. Highlighted topics include a conjectural history of the Earth-Romulan War, a series of entertaining role-playing scenarios, a selection of treaties and other political agreements, and other fascinating subjects.
The Humor Archive
A collection of the funniest and best
Star Trek parodies, jokes, and other humorous material of the internet. From long-form parody series like The Voyager Coronary and Star Trek: Series ? to short poems and lists, if it’s funny, we've got it here! (Readers are warned to visit the restroom before proceeding.)
Fan fiction may not have the most glamorous reputation, but it allows fans to develop the unseen aspects of our favorite show. Featuring
Star Trek: Renaissance, a series about the aftermath of the Dominion War and a looming struggle for the soul of the Federation. Explore the less-than-canonical side of Star Trek!
The Subspace Cafe
A semi-regular publication about recent (or not-so-recent) developments in the world of
Star Trek and other science fiction-related topics. Reviews and commentary, musings about (fictional) politics and ethics, rants about inconsistency and idiocy, or any other soapbox material. Yes, it’s another blog.