The Year's Best Science Fiction
July 1, 2005
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Editor: Gardner Dozois

Photo Credit: Susan Casper

Gardner Dozois began editing Asimov's Science Fiction in May of 1985, and since then has established himself as one of the foremost editors in the field of science fiction and fantasy, winning and unprecedented 12 Hugo Awards for best editor. For the last 14 years he has also edited the Year's Best Science Fiction collections, and prior to that worked as a slushpile reader for such magazines as Galaxy, Worlds of If, Worlds of Tomorrow and Worlds of Fantasy as well as other freelance editorial work. Somewhere in there he found the time to continue his own writing career, and won Nebula Awards for his short stories "Morning Child" in 1985, and "Peacemaker" in 1984.

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