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Gardner Dozois

Gardner Dozois is best known for his work as the editor of Asimov’s Science Fiction from 1984–2004 and the annual Year’s Best Science Fiction anthologies from 1984 onward. 

He has a reputation as one of the foremost editors of science fiction and fantasy, with a record 15 Hugo Awards for Best Editor, and is also a two-time Nebula Award-winning author.

Throughout his career he collaborated with magazines such as Galaxy Science Fiction, If, Worlds of Fantasy, and Worlds of Tomorrow, has co-edited a series of themed anthologies with Jack Dann, and currently writes short fiction reviews for Locus while also continuing to edit the Year’s Best Science Fiction annual anthologies.

Induction Year: 2011


Strangers (1978)
The Year's Best Science Fiction: First Annual Collection (ed.) (1984 and ongoing)
Geodesic Dreams (1992)
Writing Science Fiction & Fantasy (ed.) (1993)
The Good Old Stuff: Adventure Science Fiction in the Grand Tradition (ed.) (1998)
The New Space Opera (ed.) (2007)
Songs of the Dying Earth (ed.) (2009)