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''Star Trek'' was the name given to a series of [[science fiction]] stories created by [[Benny Russell]], a writer for ''[[Incredible Tales of Scientific Wonder]]'' Magazine in the summer of [[1950]]. These tales were set in a fictional world of the [[23rd century|23rd]] and [[24th centuries]]. (''[[DS9]]'' [[novelization]]: ''[[Far Beyond the Stars]]'')
 
''Star Trek'' was the name given to a series of [[science fiction]] stories created by [[Benny Russell]], a writer for ''[[Incredible Tales of Scientific Wonder]]'' Magazine in the summer of [[1950]]. These tales were set in a fictional world of the [[23rd century|23rd]] and [[24th centuries]]. (''[[DS9]]'' [[novelization]]: ''[[Far Beyond the Stars]]'')
   
In September of [[1953]], Russell wrote his last official ''Star Trek'' story. Titled ''[[Deep Space Nine (novella)|Deep Space Nine]]'', the story was a spin-off centering around a [[space station]] commander of [[Africa]]n descent named [[Benjamin Sisko]]. That issue ceased publication and most were pulled from the shelves by [[Douglas Pabst]], for fear of a backlash of [[racism]] at the magazine. (''[[DS9]]'' [[episode]]: "[[Far Beyond the Stars]]")
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In September of [[1953]], Russell wrote his last official ''Star Trek'' story. Titled "[[Deep Space Nine]]," the story was a spin-off centering around a [[space station]] commander of [[Africa]]n descent. That issue ceased publication and most were pulled from the shelves by [[Douglas Pabst]], for fear of a backlash of [[racism]] at the magazine. (''[[DS9]]'' [[episode]]: "[[Far Beyond the Stars]]")
   
 
After suffering from a nervous breakdown, Russell continued writing ''Star Trek'' stories while incarcerated in a [[mental institution]]. These unpublished stories include:
 
After suffering from a nervous breakdown, Russell continued writing ''Star Trek'' stories while incarcerated in a [[mental institution]]. These unpublished stories include:
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