In 2000, I was hired by the SCI FI Channel to edit the online magazine Science Fiction Weekly. Today, I'm editing Blastr for the Syfy Channel. How'd we get from...

After editing Sci Fi magazine for Sovereign Media, then moving on, I never dreamed I'd someday return to edit it for the Channel itself. But truth is indeed...

Satellite Orbit was certainly the largest magazine I've ever edited, with each issue running more than 300 pages. Of course, most of those pages were a directory...

In an article on professional wrestling magazines, the Washington Post recognized Rampage as “the best” of its genre. How did a guy like me, who was editing...

I made quite a few enemies when I took over as editor of Sci-Fi Universe, but I had fun doing it. Besides, what happened wasn't my fault—it was Larry...

Because a bimonthly magazine wasn't enough to cover all the sci-fi, fantasy, and horror goodness in movies and on TV, I also edited a series of one-shot...

Sci-Fi Entertainment launched in 1994 as the official magazine of the SCI FI Channel, covering SF, fantasy, and horror movies and TV, as well as books,...

Science Fiction Age, which I edited for its entire eight-year run from 1992 to 2000, won Nebula Awards for two of my writers, earned me four Hugo Award...

If you want to know the true culprit behind the creation of Last Wave, blame Gardner Dozois. My editing jones was apparently in remission, and I was content...

For a hardcore comics fan, getting to edit FOOM, the official Marvel Comics fan magazine, was like being given the keys to the candy store. How young...

It all started when I was 15 and wanted to publish a fanzine. Though come to think of it, it might have begun even earlier than that. I say that because...