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Gardner Dozois Joins Clarkesworld Magazine
- Award-Winning SF Editor to Helm Reprint Department -
STIRLING, NJ – (February 22, 2013) – Clarkesworld Magazine, a leading science fiction and fantasy magazine, has named award-winning editor Gardner Dozois (pronounced “doe-zwa”) to helm its new reprint department. In his role as reprint editor, every month Gardner will draw upon forty years of experience to select two exemplary science fiction stories published during the last three decades. The first of these stories are scheduled to appear in the April 2013 issue of the magazine’s online, digital and print editions.
“Since my heart attack last year, when readers responded with encouragement and support, I’ve been trying to find a way to say ‘thank you’,” said Neil Clarke, Clarkesworld Editor-in-Chief. “The reprint department had been on our wish list for some time and when the opportunity to work with someone of Gardner’s caliber arose, I knew I had found the perfect way to express my gratitude.”
About Clarkesworld Magazine
Established in 2006, Clarkesworld Magazine quickly established itself as one of the leading digital science fiction and fantasy magazines, winning the prestigious Hugo Award two times and having its stories receive recognition from almost every major award in the field. Issues of Clarkesworld can be read online or purchased as digital subscriptions from Amazon.com and Weightless Books. Their fiction podcast can be subscribed to through their site or via iTunes. Please visit clarkesworldmagazine.com for more details.
About Gardner Dozois
Gardner Dozois was the editor of Asimov’s Science Fiction for almost twenty years, and also edits the annual anthology series The Year’s Best Science Fiction, which has won the Locus Award for Best Anthology sixteen times, more than any other anthology series in history, and which is now up to its Twenty-Ninth Annual Collection. He’s won the Hugo Award fifteen times as the year’s Best Editor, won the Locus Award thirty-five times, including an unprecedented sixteen times in a row as Best Editor, and has won the Sidewise Award and two Nebula Awards for his own short fiction. In 2011, he was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame. He is the author or editor of more than a hundred books, among the most recent of which are a novel written in collaboration with George R.R. Martin and Daniel Abraham, Hunter’s Run, and the anthologies The New Space Opera II (edited with Jonathan Strahan), The Dragon Book: Magical Tales from the Masters of Modern Fantasy (edited with Jack Dann), and Songs of the Dying Earth, Warriors, Songs of Love and Death, and Down These Strange Streets (all edited with George R.R. Martin). Born in Salem, Massachusetts, he now lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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