Consultant Panel

The ISF Consultant Panel: 

Ellen Datlow

Ellen Datlow has been editing science fiction, fantasy, and horror short fiction for over thirty years. She was fiction editor of OMNI Magazine and SCIFICTION and has edited more than fifty anthologies, including the annual The Best Horror of the Year, Darkness: Two Decades of Modern Horror, Naked City: Tales of Urban Fantasy, Blood and Other Cravings, Supernatural Noir, Teeth: Vampire Tales, and After: Dystopian and Post-apocalyptic Tales  (the latter two young adult anthologies with Terri Windling).

She’s has won nine World Fantasy Awards, and has also won multiple Locus Awards, Hugo Awards, Stoker Awards, International Horror Guild Awards, Shirley Jackson Awards, and the 2012Il Posto Nero Black Spot Award for Excellence as Best Foreign Editor. Datlow was named recipient of the 2007 Karl Edward Wagner Award, given at the British Fantasy Convention for “outstanding contribution to the genre” and was honored with the Life Achievement Award given by the Horror Writers Association, in acknowledgment of superior achievement over an entire career.

She lives in New York. More information can be found at http://www.datlow.com or at her blog: http://ellen-datlow.livejournal.com/. You can also find her on twitter.

Paul Di Filippo

Paul Di Filippo began reading science fiction at the age of five, when he encountered his first Mighty Mouse comic.  He published his first story in 1977, and has since become responsible for thirty books under his byline.  He hopes to keep at this game for some time yet.  His tastes in fantastika are omnivorous.

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