A Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy
ISSUE 47: November 2020
Lezli Robyn, Editor
Martin Shoemaker, Assistant Editor
Taylor Morris, Copyeditor
Shahid Mahmud, Publisher
Stories by: Andrea Stewart, Nancy Kress, Michael Swanwick, J. Scott Coatsworth, Mike Resnick & Jean-Claude Dunyach, Barb Galler-Smith, Joe Haldeman, Dantzel Cherry, by John Haas, Jack McDevitt, Larry Hodges
Serialization: Midnight at the Well of Souls by Jack L. Chalker
Columns by: Gregory Benford, L. Penelope
Recommended Books: Richard Chwedyk
Galaxy's Edge is a bi-monthly magazine published by Phoenix Pick, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Arc Manor, an award winning independent press based in Maryland. Each issue of the magazine has a mix of new and old stories, a serialization of a novel, columns by L. Penelope and Gregory Benford, and book recommendations by Richard Chwydyk.
About the Author
Andrea Stewart is the daughter of immigrants and was raised in a number of places across the United States. Her parents always emphasized science and education, so she spent her childhood immersed in Star Trek and library books. When her dreams of becoming a dragon slayer didn't pan out, she instead turned to writing books. In addition to writing, she can be found herding cats, looking at birds, and falling down research rabbit holes
Having won the Hugo and Nebula Award's more times than any other author, Joe Haldeman is an ultimate household name in science fiction. A Vietnam Veteran and Purple Heart recipient, since the original publication of The Forever War, Joe has maintained a continuous string of SF best-sellers, and as a speaker and panelist, has been a constant presence on the SF convention circuit. A longtime tenured Professor of Creative Writing at MIT, beyond his own career, from Cory Doctorow to John Scalzi, Haldeman is widely acknowledged as a key mentor figure to many of this generation's crop of rising SF stars.
MICHAEL SWANWICK has received the Nebula, Theodore Sturgeon, World Fantasy and Hugo Awards, and has the pleasant distinction of having been nominated for and lost more of these same awards than any other writer. His novels include Stations of the Tide, Bones of the Earth, two Darger and Surplus novels, and The Iron Dragon's Mother. He has also written over a hundred and fifty short stories - including the Mongolian Wizard series on Tor.com - and countless works of flash fiction. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife, Marianne Porter.