List of science fiction editors

This is a list of science fiction editors, editors working for book and magazine publishing companies who have edited science fiction. Many have also edited works of fantasy and other related genres, all of which have been sometimes grouped under the name speculative fiction.

Editors on this list should fulfill the conditions for Notability for creative professionals in science fiction or related genres. Evidence for notability includes an existing wiki-biography, or evidence that one could be written. Borderline cases should be discussed on the article's talk page.

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Charles N Brown
Charles N. Brown, 1937 - 2009

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  • Juliet Ulman,[60] Formerly senior editor for Bantam Spectra,[49] now editor-in-chief for Pugilist Press, an independent publisher of literary fiction.

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  • Jane Yolen (born 1939), prolific children's writer, editor of "Jane Yolen Books" at Harcourt Brace; fantasy anthology series Xanadu (1992–1994), Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy for Teens
  • Brian Youmans, editor, Best of the Rest[61] small press anthology series

See also

References

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  23. ^ Orbit Books » Tim Holman
  24. ^ Rachel E. Holmen at ISFDB
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  27. ^ Stuart Hughes at ISFDB
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  31. ^ Jak Koke
  32. ^ Denise Little at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
  33. ^ Samuel Mines at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
  34. ^ Jim Minz
  35. ^ The SF Site: An Interview With Betsy Mitchell
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  37. ^ Gabriella Nemeth Archived 7 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine
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  40. ^ K. Nintzel (scroll down)
  41. ^ Sharon November at Firebird Books, accessed 06/10/2014
  42. ^ Thundersmouth.com Archived 21 November 2006 at the Wayback Machine
  43. ^ Bella Pagan Archived 4 August 2008 at the Wayback Machine
  44. ^ Eric Raab
  45. ^ S. Saffel
  46. ^ Liz Scheier Archived 16 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  47. ^ c. Schelling Archived 1 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  48. ^ Chris Schluep
  49. ^ a b c Locus list of 2006 books by editor
  50. ^ Friendly Agents, Publishers, Editors and Publicists
  51. ^ Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, Janna Silverstein
  52. ^ SFeditors Archived 6 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  53. ^ Apex Publications
  54. ^ A. Sowards
  55. ^ Bowing to the Future Archived 27 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine
  56. ^ mediabistro.com: Articles: From the Editors: Paul Stevens of Tor/Forge
  57. ^ Internet Speculative Fiction DataBase
  58. ^ About Locus Magazine
  59. ^ About Golden Gryphon Press Archived 28 March 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  60. ^ Profile: Bantam editor Juliet Ulman, 11 December 2006
  61. ^ The SF Site Featured Review: Best of the Rest 4

External links

Hugo Gernsback

Hugo Gernsback (; born Hugo Gernsbacher, August 16, 1884 – August 19, 1967) was a Luxembourgish-American inventor, writer, editor, and magazine publisher, best known for publications including the first science fiction magazine. His contributions to the genre as publisher–although not as a writer–were so significant that, along with the novelists H. G. Wells and Jules Verne, he is sometimes called "The Father of Science Fiction". In his honour, annual awards presented at the World Science Fiction Convention are named the "Hugos".

Lady Cynthia Asquith

Lady Cynthia Mary Evelyn Asquith (née Charteris; 27 September 1887 – 31 March 1960) was an English writer and socialite, now known for her ghost stories and diaries. She also wrote novels and edited a number of anthologies, as well as writing for children and on the British Royal family.

Outline of science fiction

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to science fiction:

Science fiction – a genre of fiction dealing with the impact of imagined innovations in science or technology, often in a futuristic setting. or depicting space exploration. Exploring the consequences of such innovations is the traditional purpose of science fiction, making it a "literature of ideas".

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