Janielle Potvin was a human female that flew under the callsign Library as a fighter pilot. She also served as a teacher onboard the Antechrist.

Biography[edit | edit source]

As a student at the University of Cordas, she studied literature as a springboard to teach at the elementary school level, under the 3-2 plan. (Star Trek: False Vacuum: "No plot? No problem!")

She was a neophyte with a lightsaber but she nevertheless served as a caddy during the Pothole Omnium (tournament), a golf tournament. (Star Trek: False Vacuum: "Pothole Omnium")

She was promoted to lieutenant junior grade as she was part of the newly-formed False Vacuum Squadron. (Star Trek: False Vacuum: "Wagon Train to the Stars")

Due to her background as a Department of Temporal Investigations agent, she was able to keep quiet better than everyone else in the squadron. She seized the Teenage Device from Rakata, due to the device's potential to alter history. (Star Trek: False Vacuum: "Dear Sixteen-Year-Old Me")

Despite her limited medical training, she nevertheless handles first care for False Vacuum Squadron. Plus Mavis Warrington, a pilot in Powerleveling Squadron, went to the same high school on Coridan (planet) as she did, Waverly Prep, managing to beat her only once in an exam, the advanced biology final in her third year of high school. She took over the writing of Pedicord Apartments when Mavis was admitted to Carnegie Mellon University. She inspected the Temporal Slot Machine, discovering that, by December 2418, she took over as the executive officer of FV Sqn, getting the command of the squadron six years later. (Star Trek: False Vacuum: "Scrap Yard Vegas")

Her writing proved to be a stark departure from the style of her co-author in Pedicord Apartments, indulging much less in lengthy or complicated details. Due to the intricacies of Lord of the Graveyard, she enlisted the aid of Bailey Kilcullen, whose name was in the acknowledgements. (Star Trek: False Vacuum: "No plot? No problem!")

Literature[edit | edit source]

Pedicord Apartments proved to be her first book; it was, over the following years, followed by other books. She proved to be a rather versatile writer. Her bibliography, in chronological order:

Thereafter she was best known as the writer of the Novel-length Textual Product series.

  • Explosive Terror
  • Lord of the Graveyard

See also[edit | edit source]

Production notes[edit | edit source]

Due to the use of photomanipulation, she is played by Geneviève Potvin, who is a real-world high school teacher.

Service jacket[edit | edit source]

USS Hercules 2413-2414
USS Antechrist 2415
USS Neman 2415-2418
USS Neman Executive officer 2418-2424
USS Neman Commanding officer 2424-
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