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Award–winning editor of ASIMOV’S SCIENCE FICTION, Sheila Williams
started her career at ASIMOV’S in 1982, first in a subsidiary
rights department, then as an assistant and soon after managing
editor. She assumed the mantle of editor in 2004, with the retirement
of Gardner Dozois. Williams co-founded with Rick Wilber, the Dell
Magazines Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and
Williams has edited
or co-edited more than 25 anthologies including 18 with Dozois,
collecting various stories by subject from ASIMOV’S. Some of her other books are TALES FROM ISAAC ASIMOV’S
SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE (with Cynthia Manson), WHY I LEFT HARRY’S
ALL NIGHT HAMBURGERS AND OTHER STORIES FROM ISAAC ASIMOV’S SCIENCE
FICTION MAGAZINE (with Charles Ardai), INTERGALACTIC MERCENARIES
(with Manson), A WOMAN’S LIBERATION: A CHOICE OF FUTURES BY AND ABOUT
WOMEN (with Connie Willis), and ASIMOV’S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE 30TH ANNIVERSARY ANTHOLOGY.
All of us at Tachyon wish the extraordinary Sheila an amazing birthday!
For more info about ASIMOV’S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE 30TH ANNIVERSARY ANTHOLOGY, visit the Tachyon site.
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