Gennie Summers

Gennie Summers


Gennie Summers (1925 - May 2010) was an artist and occasional writer. Her Klingon name was Admiral K'Zhen (DaHar Master K'Zhen epetai-Zu-Merz), while she was leader of the Klingon Strike Force which she had discovered in 1990. She won several awards for her art, which included mostly drawings of Star Trek characters for sci-fi magazines in the 70's and 80's of the 20th century.(1) She has been a Star Trek Fan since the beginning and kept enjoying it even in her higher ages(2).

"I am really a Klingon, and that unleashed a plethora of Klingon illustrations that have continued to this day."
Gennie Summers

She has created a tile set for the Kyodai version of Mah-jongg using the pIqaD letters which helped her to recognize them by observing their shapes while searching for their "mates", and mentally matching them to the Romanized letters; the Kyodai Mah-Jong game is found at (it's shareware, but fully functional and customizable).

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1 : Klingon Kookbook staff

2 : Message from a klingon, about an email of Gennie Summers of 2009

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Category: People    Latest edit: 04 Dec 2015, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 11 Oct 2014 by KlingonTeacher
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