About SF Scope
SFScope.com is your source for news about science fiction, fantasy, and horror. We let you know who’s doing what, when they’re doing it, what to look for (and what to avoid), and what’s going on in the worlds you love. Think of SFScope as the online trade journal of the speculative fiction fields. So bookmark SFScope.com, and remember to read it regularly. The news won’t wait, and neither will we.
If you have news for SFScope, let us know, so that we can tell the world. E-mail us at editor(at)sfscope.com, or paper mail us at SFScope, 1380 East 17 Street, Suite 42, Brooklyn, NY 11230-6011 USA.
The People Behind SFScope
Ian Randal Strock, Editor
Ian has been an sf professional for nearly two decades, and a writer and editor even longer. Drawing on his extensive background and contacts, he’ll be getting the news when it happens, and presenting it on SFScope.com so you can get it just as quickly; no more waiting for the post office to deliver outdated news. You can contact Ian at: editor(at)sfscope.com.
Al Beecy, That Other Guy
Al is a web entrepreneur and software architect with more than 16 years in the field, most of it focused on the web space. Al handles the technical and administrative side of things at SFScope.com. If you encounter a bug on the site (Al prefers “unexpected feature”), or your ad didn’t start running when it should have, it’s probably Al’s fault. You can contact Al at: admin(at)sfscope.com.
Kit is an animation producer and the head of KHawk Productions. She is a member of New York Women in Film and Television, Women in Animation, and the 99s. She was previously the associate editor of Artemis Magazine, and lives and works in New York City.
Michael A. Burstein
Michael is the winner of the 1997 Campbell Award for Best New Writer and has earned ten Hugo nominations and three Nebula nominations for his short fiction, collected in I Remember the Future. Burstein lives with his wife Nomi in the town of Brookline, Massachusetts, where he is an elected Town Meeting Member and Library Trustee. When not writing, he edits middle and high school Science textbooks. He has two degrees in Physics and attended the Clarion Workshop. More information on Burstein and his work can be found on his webpage, http://www.mabfan.com.
Sarah Stegall has been reviewing SF and fantasy television, books and movies since 1994. She researched and helped write the first three Official Guides to The X-Files, and wrote online content for TV Guide for four years. She currently resides in Northern California. Her web site is www.munchkyn.com.
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