Great news for fans of Star Trek short fiction—there are lots of anthologies available and many are linked to below.
“Meet With Triumph and Disaster” by Michael Shuster & Steve Mollmann
Captain Thomas Halloway has overseen the construction of the Enterprise, from when it was merely a simulation on a screen to the commissioning ceremony many years later. Hundreds are in attendance at the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards, including many notables. Halloway has made an important decision.
This story can be read in the preview of Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Sky’s the Limit. (11% in)
“First, Do No Harm” by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore
Revati Jendra, known as a healer, is called to the scene of an injury by the Grennai. With it concealed in a cloth, she’s able to use her Starfleet medical scanner undetected. She returned to the planet over a year ago and has been in several Grennai settlements. She’s on a personal medical mission not sanctioned by Starfleet. When she returns home, there are some guests.
This story can be read in the preview of Star Trek: The Original Series: Constellations Anthology. (23% in)
“A Little More Action” by TG Theodore
An Iotian private detective is in San Francisco, home of Starfleet headquarters, to deliver some goods. He’s come a long way, searched a long time and now he’s very close. Meanwhile, Admiral James Kirk is in his apartment hosting an evening with Admiral Morrow and some other familiar faces.
This story can be read in the preview of Strange New Worlds IV. (26% in)
“What Dreams May Come” by Michael Jan Friedman
Sejeel, a Vorta, is on Illarh, a pre-warp planet on the edge of Federation territory with a ship of Jem’Hadar. The locals are gentle and didn’t put up any resistance. The planet is perfect for a communications and supply depot.
This story can be read in the preview of Tales of the Dominion War. (19% in)
“Shanghaid” by Alan James Garber
The Enterprise has been recalled to Earth for a classified mission. Doctor Bancroft, a top archeologist, has a Civil-war era vessel along with the remains of something else that’s out of place in time. One of the crew’s ancestors was aboard the Confederate vessel.
This story can be read in the preview of Strange New Worlds: Vol VIII. (20% in)
“Whales Weep Not” by Juanita Nolte
Detective Chizum checks on a possible missing person, Gillian Taylor, who works at the Maritime Cetacean Institute. She hasn’t been in to work for a few days and didn’t leave any messages. Turns out she had a confrontation with another employee, Dr. Briggs. There was also an incident a few days ago involving a weird man who jumped into the tank with one of the whales.
This story can be read in the preview of Strange New Worlds: Vol VI. (16% in)
“One Last Adventure” by Mark Allen & Charity Zeggers
Retired Romulan Fleet Admiral Korvak sees the warbird he’s to command. It’s very old, as the contract indicated it would be, and it’s not restored yet. He hands over the container of gold-pressed latinum which pays for the ship as well as a trip to the past. Korvak wants to face the greatest captain in Starfleet history and dramatically change history.
This story can also be read in the above preview of Strange New Worlds: Vol VI. (52% in)