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
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.