Christopher Barzak
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Stepping Down
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According to the Write Hemisphere, Gardner Dozois is stepping down from editing Asimov's Science Fiction. Interesting. Sheila Williams, who has been his executive editor for the past oh, twenty years or more, will take over, so I don't expect there will be that much of a change when it comes to their editorial styles. I'm sure over the past two decades, they've grown together in likes and dislikes, styles of stories encouraged, etc. So I don't really expect any big changes like everyone did after Gordon Van Gelder took over F&SF.

It's an interesting time in the Science Fiction and Fantasy field. Terri Windling turned over her half of The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror to Gavin Grant and Kelly Link last year. David Pringle just turned over Interzone to Andy Cox. Now Gardner steps down. I wonder what big change will happen next?

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