First, the big news, at the Shore Leave convention Pocket Books announced there plans for next year and beyond, which includes a delightfully diverse selection of works. TrekMovie.com provided coverage for the announcement including lots of new covers, so starting with the end of this year, here's what’s forthcoming:
-Enterprise novel: Kobayashi Maru, by Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin - It has been confirmed this novel will have some sort of lead-in to the Destiny trilogy
-Star Trek 101, by Terry J. Erdmann and Paula M. Block - A casual fans reference books. New cover, by Richard Oriolo:
-CoE omnibus: Wounds, by Ilsa J. Bick, Keith R.A. DeCandido, John J. Ordover, Terri Osborne and Cory Rushton - No new info.
-Destiny, Book 2: Mere Mortals, by David Mack - New cover, by Stephan Martinieres:
-TOS novel: The Academy - Collision Course, by William Shatner with Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens - Paperback reprint of last year's hardcover shatnerverse prequel.
-Destiny, Book 3: Lost Souls, by David Mack - No new info.
-TOS novel: Errand of Fury Book 3: Sacrifices of War, by Kevin Ryan - The long awaited conclusion to the trilogy, new cover, by Alan Dingman:
-Mirror Universe short story anthology: Shards and Shadows, by Christopher L Bennett, Margaret Wander Bonanno, Peter David, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Michael Jan Friedman, Jim Johnson, Rudy Josephs, David Mack, Dave Stern, James Swallow, Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore and Susan Wright - No new info.
-A Singular Destiny, by Keith R.A. DeCandido - Destiny follow-up novel, new cover by Alan Dingman:
-TOS omnibus: Mere Anarchy, by Mike W. Barr, Christopher L. Bennett, Margaret Wander Bonanno, Dave Galanter, Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore and Howard Weinstein - Omnibus of the TOS 40th anniversary ebook series, new cover by Alan Dingman:
-Voyager novel: Full Circle, by Kirsten Beyer - New Voyager post-Endgame novel starting after the Spirit Walk duology and going through to post-Destiny times. New cover by Mojo:
-New Frontier novel: Treason, by Peter David - Latest in the New Frontier series, no other info, other than it will-not tie into Destiny.
-Vanguard novel: Open Secrets, by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore - New Vanguard novel, and new cover, by Doug Drexler:
-TOS omnibus: Crucible, by David R. George III - Hardcover omnibus of the 40th anniversary novel trilogy, will apparently contain new story content.
-TOS novel: Troublesome Minds, by David Galanter - New novel set in the five-year mission.
-TNG novel: Losing the Peace, by William Leisner - TNG Destiny follow-up novel.
-DS9 novel: The Soul Key, by Olivia Woods - New relaunch novel following on from Fearful Symmetry. Title may not be final.
-Seven Deadly Sins, by Dayton Wad & Kevin Dilmore, James Swallow, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Jimmy Diggs, David McIntee, Marc Giller and Britta Dennison - An anthology of stories focusing on foes of the Federation, from across the Trek timeline, including: The Romulans (Pride), the Cardassians (Envy), the Klingons (Anger), the Pakleds (Sloth), the Ferengi (Greed), the Borg (Gluttony) and the Mirror Universe (Lust). (Prose version of Alien Spotlight?)
-DS9 novel: The Never Ending Sacrifice, by Una McCormack - Cardassian centered DS9 relaunch novel.
-Voyager novel: TBA, by Kirsten Beyer -
-Titan novel: TBA, by James Swallow - Next in the Titan series.
-Myriad Universes anthology: TBA, by TBA - A third volume to the what-if? series, containing three more short novels.
-Vanguard novel: TBA, by David Mack -Next instalment in the Vanguard series.
-CoE omnibus: Out of the Cocoon, by Kevin Killiany; Robert T. Jeschonek; William Leisner; Phaedra M. Weldon - Latest CoE reprints.
-The Millennium Bloom, by Mike W. Barr - A Captain April novel, set early in career as captain of the Enterprise.
-Unspoken Truth, by Margaret Wander Bonanno - A Savik novel set after The Voyager Home.
Also on the cards, but not yet scheduled, is Trial Run, the next book by William Shatner, following on from Collision Course.
Newsarmama's coverage of the San Diego Comic Convention Trek-lit events included some addition information: Editor Margaret Clark has stated TOS remains off limits for prose projects for the time being to avoid contradicting the new movie (though the list above has a number of new TOS titles which would seem to contradict that reported statement). Newsarama also offered this startling round up of how big Destiny will be: "a wide-spread fallout that will leave only 11 starships behind" *gasp* I’m scared!
Finally, TrekMovie has been continuing its extensive coverage of the first two Myriad Universes anthologies (out about now), with excerpts reviews and interviews for: Places of Exile, Christopher L. Bennett's alternate take on Voyager; Seeds of Dissent, a DS9 centered alternate universe in which Kahn reigned supreme, by James Swallow; The Chimes at Midnight, Geoff Trowbridge's look at the TOS movie era as it would have been if Yesteryear's alternate timeline with Thelin as first officer had continued; and A Gutted World, Keith R.A. DeCandido's look at the Trekverse had Bajor never been freed from the Cardassians.