Another Change at Strange Horizons

An Owomoyela has joined Strange Horizons as a fiction editor. Owomoyela has published her fiction in Clarkesworld, Fantasy Magazine, and Lightspeed. Along with her appointment, publisher Niall Harrison has announced that Senior Fiction Editor Jed Hartman, who was part of the magazine’s original editorial staff, will be stepping down after more than a decade working on the magazines.

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Rios Joins Strange Horizons

Niall Harrison has announced that Julia Rios will be joining Strange Horizons and Senior Fiction Editor Jed Hartman in their fiction department. Rios has worked with Outer Alliance and with Broad Universe to promote the work of queer and women writers of speculative fiction.

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Mandelo Joins Strange Horizons

Niall Harrison has announced that Brit Mandelo will be joining Strange Horizons and Senior Fiction Editor Jed Hartman in their fiction department. Mandelo is an editor and critic whose work has appeared in Tor.com, Ideomancer, and Clarkesworld. Despite this appointment, Strange Horizons is still looking to add additional fiction editors to the team.

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Changes at Strange Horizons

Following the announcement in December that Karen Meisner was leaving the fiction department at Strange Horizons, fiction editor Susan Marie Groppi, who has held that post for more than a decade, has announced that she will be stepping down, although retaining an advisory role. The magazine is currently looking for a new fiction editor, and will be temporarily closed to submissions.

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Groppi Stepping Down

Susan Marie Groppi, who won the World Fantasy Award yesterday for her work on Strange Horizons has announced that she will be stepping down as editor. She will be replaced as editor-in-chief by Niall Harrison, formerly the magazine’s senior review editor. Harrison, in turn, will be replaced as senior review editor by Abigail Nussbaum.

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Strange Horizons Fund Drive

On-line zine Strange Horizons has announced its 2009 Fund Drive. They hope to raise $7,000 during the month of August to help pay for the costs of running the magazine. Everyone who donates will be entered into a raffle to receive on of several prizes. Strange Horizons is a 501(c)3 organization, which means that donations are tax-deductable.

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