ALEX BROWN

ALEXANDRIA BROWN is a queer Black librarian, local historian, writer, and author of two books on the history Napa County, California’s marginalized communities. She has a BA with honors in anthropology and sociology, a Master of Science in Library and Information Science, and a Master’s in US history. She writes about speculative fiction and young-adult literature for Tor.com and Locus magazine, as well as on her blog. Diversity, equity, inclusion, ...Read More

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AMY GOLDSCHLAGER

AMY GOLDSCHLAGER, Contributing Editor, is an editor, proofreader, and book/audiobook reviewer who has worked for several major publishers. She is a former curator of the New York Review of Science Fiction Reading Series. In addition to her Locus column, she has contributed to the Los Angeles Review of Books, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, AudioFile magazine, and ComicMix. She lives in Brooklyn and exists virtually at www.amygoldschlager.com. ...Read More

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PAULA GURAN

PAULA GURAN, Contributing Editor, is senior editor for Prime Books. She edited the Juno fantasy imprint from its small press inception through its incarnation as an imprint of Pocket Books. Guran edits the annual Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror series as well as a growing number of other anthologies. In an earlier life she produced weekly email newsletter DarkEcho (winning two Stokers, an IHG award, and a World ...Read More

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KAREN HABER

KAREN HABER, Contributing Editor, is the author of eight novels including Star Trek Voyager: Bless the Beasts, co-author of Science of the X-Men, and editor of the Hugo-nominated essay collection celebrating J.R.R. Tolkien, Meditations on Middle Earth and Exploring the Matrix. Her short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, F&SF, and many anthologies. She reviews art books for Locus and profiles artists here, and for other publications, ...Read More

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RICH HORTON

RICH HORTON, Contributing Editor, is a software engineer living in Webster Groves, Missouri. He was born in Naperville, Illinois, and received a B.S. in Physics from the University of Illinois in 1981. He has been working for the same large aerospace concern in St. Louis for over 20 years. He has been reading science fiction since the Golden Age (i.e since he was 12). His reviews and essays have ...Read More

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GABINO IGLESIAS

GABINO IGLESIAS is a writer, journalist, professor, and book reviewer living in Austin TX. He is the author of Zero Saints and Coyote Songs and the editor of Both Sides. His work has been nominated to the Bram Stoker and Locus Awards and won the Wonderland Book Award for Best Novel in 2019. His short stories have appeared in a plethora of anthologies and his non-fiction has appeared in ...Read More

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MAYA JAMES

MAYA C. JAMES is a graduate of the Lannan Fellows Program at Georgetown University, and full-time student at Harvard Divinity School. Her work has appeared in Star*Line, Strange Horizons, FIYAH, Soar: For Harriet, and Georgetown University’s Berkley Center Blog, among others. She was recently long listed for the Stockholm Writers Festival First Pages Prize (2019), and featured on a feminist speculative poetry panel at the 2019 CD Wright Women Writer’s ...Read More

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JOHN LANGAN

JOHN LANGAN, Contributing Editor, is the author of two novels, The Fisherman (Word Horde 2016) and House of Windows (Night Shade 2009), and two collections of stories, The Wide, Carnivorous Sky and Other Monstrous Geographies (Hippocampus 2013) and Mr. Gaunt and Other Uneasy Encounters (Prime 2008). With Paul Tremblay, he edited Creatures: Thirty Years of Monsters (Prime 2011). He is one of the founders of the Shirley Jackson Awards, ...Read More

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ADRIENNE MARTINI

ADRIENNE MARTINI, Contributing Editor, discovered science fiction at a tender age when she first picked up Heinlein’s Friday. She’s was the SpecFic Floozy for Bookslut.com before writing about the field for the Baltimore City Paper and the Washington Post‘s Book World. She holds degrees in theatre and journalism, is a reformed newspaper editor and now teaches college students in Upstate New York. Her first book, Hillbilly Gothic: A ...Read More

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IAN MOND

IAN MOND, Contributing Editor, loves to talk about books. For eight years he co-hosted a book podcast, The Writer and the Critic, with Kirstyn McDermott. Recently he has revived his blog, The Hysterical Hamster, and is again posting mostly vulgar reviews on an eclectic range of literary and genre novels. You can also follow Ian on Twitter (@Mondyboy) or contact him at mondyboy74@gmail.com. ...Read More

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COLLEEN MONDOR

COLLEEN MONDOR, Contributing Editor, is a writer, historian, and reviewer who co-owns an aircraft leasing company with her husband. She is the author of “The Map of My Dead Pilots: The Dangerous Game of Flying in Alaska” and reviews regularly for the ALA’s Booklist. Currently at work on a book about the 1932 Mt. McKinley Cosmic Ray Expedition, she and her family reside in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. ...Read More

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TOM WHITMORE

TOM WHITMORE, Contributing Editor, was one of the founders and operators of The Other Change of Hobbit SF bookstore from 1977 to 2008. He regularly works on SF conventions of many sizes, reads far less than he used to, and likes recommending books for friends. He co-chaired the World Science Fiction Convention in 2002 (ConJose). He and his partner Karen G. Anderson occasionally find interesting topics to write about ...Read More

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GARY K. WOLFE

GARY K. WOLFE, Contributing Editor, has received both the Eaton Award and the Science Fiction Research Association’s Pilgrim Award for his science fiction criticism and scholarship. His books include The Known and the Unknown: The Iconography of Science Fiction (1979), Science Fiction Dialogues (editor, 1982), Critical Terms for Science Fiction and Fantasy (1986), Harlan Ellison: The Edge of Forever (with Ellen Weil, 2002), and a collection of his Locus ...Read More

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WILLIAM G. CONTENTO

WILLIAM G. CONTENTO, Computer Projects, designed the original huge databases of books received by Locus since 1984. He has also indexed the contents of magazines, anthologies, and collections, both in the SF and the mystery fields (see his list of bibliographic resources). With Charles N. Brown he won the Eaton Award for Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Horror: 1988, and with Mike Ashley he won a 1995 Stoker Award ...Read More

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