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At the World Fantasy Convention chatting with Ellen Datlow, Eileen Gunn, Garth Nix, and Gary K. Wolfe.

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I'm pleased to announce that I've acquired a novel and two sequels by David Levine. 

Visit David's website to learn more about them:
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Thanks for posting that. I needed to see it again!
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Thanks for the tip. I've found it's playing in Cambridge tonight and tomorrow - may try to make it. 
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How nice to see this sensible discussion of AH in the New Yorker of all places.
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Gee, I wonder why a bunch of my friends are listed as "adding me back." Surely that many people can't have uncircled me back accident. Was it just that I wasn't doing much here?
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Aha! Thanks for explaining. I guess Google needs better editors. I would have made this "added you in return."
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Wish I'd been there. Thanks for capturing and sharing this!
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Excellent cosmic perspective! Deserves many more views than it's gotten.
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Not actually a plan for NYC imperialism. I'm pretty sure!
Imagining New York's street grid applied to the entire world
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Here we go again. Using scare tactics about child porn to attack our liberty. This sucks.
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Switzerland seems to be going this way as well.
Oh dear.
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Editor
Employment
  • self-employed
    Consulting Senior Editor, 2004 - present
  • Tor Books
    Associate Editor, 2000 - 2004
  • Doubleday Book Clubs
    Editor-in-Chief, Military Book Club, 1989 - 1995
  • Doubleday Book Clubs
    Assistant Editor SF Book Club, 1984 - 1989
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An aspiring renaissance man and time-traveller in training. He's also been accused of being an alien spy.
Introduction
Moshe Feder began reading SF and Fantasy in the late 1950s and became an active fan in 1970. In 1972, while still in college, he joined the staff of the science fiction and fantasy magazines Amazing and Fantastic as Assistant Editor.

He's been a reviewer for Publishers Weekly and Asimov's, Assistant Editor of the SF Book Club (and Editor of the Military Book Club), and a judge for the World Fantasy and Sidewise awards. His only published fiction appeared in Damon Knight's Orbit 16. 

Moshe is a Consulting Senior Editor for Tor Books where he's been fortunate enough to acquire and edit some New York Times bestsellers. He recently learned he is related to Rabbi Judah Loew, creator of the Golem.
Bragging rights
2011 Hugo Award nominee for Best Editor, long form. Proud and humble 2015 winner of the E. E. Smith Memorial Award ("the Skylark") given by NESFA for lifetime contributions to SF and fandom.
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