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.
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.