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Myrna Culbreath

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Myrna Culbreath

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Full Name: Myrna Lou Culbreath
Born: June 1, 1938
Occupation: Writer, Educator
Nationality: American


Myrna Culbreath was an early Star Trek fan. Before becoming involved with Sondra Marshak, she was the owner and founder of The Culbreath School, a private academy in Colorado. She communicated frequently with Marshak, who then lived in Baton Rouge, concerning Star Trek. As Marshak did not feel comfortable with written correspondence, and long-distance telephone charges were astronomical in those days, she persuaded Culbreath to sell her school and move in with her.

Culbreath was one of the authors of Star Trek Lives! and Shatner: Where No Man. She also co-wrote and edited some commercial Star Trek books such as the early collection Star Trek: The New Voyages. With her writing partner, Sondra Marshak, she wrote four professionally published Star Trek novels, The Price of the Phoenix, The Fate of the Phoenix, The Prometheus Design and Triangle. The pair also had a couple of stories in the New Voyages series that many fans felt were the closest fandom ever came to professionally published slash.

Today, Culbreath has returned to education. She is the developer of PhonicsOpoly and other games designed to teach children to read through phonics.

Works in the WWEnd Database

 Bantam Star Trek Original Novels: Phoenix

 1. (1977)
 2. (1979)

 Bantam Star Trek Original Novels: The New Voyages

 1. (1976)
 2. (1978)

 Star Trek: The Original Series

 5. (1982)
 9. (1983)