Martin Landau and an afterward by cult icon Walter Koenig of Star Trek, two notable actors who appeared as guests on the show more than once. Koenig's turn as a Russian student undoubtedly helped lead to his life-changing role as Ensign Chekov. Many other lesser-known (to those who don't revel in show biz trivia) performers lent their memories to the book as well. It's a lovingly crafted, positively inclusive work that even includes information on a script that was nixed by network censors, transcripts of speeches given by the characters and even a detailed depiction of the board game issued as a tie-in to the show. I couldn't help but notice 6 or 8 typos/misspellings along the way and it would have been great to hear from guest and romantic interest Kathryn Hays among the interview subjects, but these are quibbles in the face of what had to be a monumental undertaking.
Bear Media, a haven for off-beat publications that appeal to the classic TV and movie fan in all of us. (I was heartened to see the aforementioned Grant Williams book listed on site as "Coming Soon!") The book - offered in hard and softback editions - can be found here. It's a fascinating glimpse into the world of this obscure, yet very well-regarded and fondly-remembered, series.